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Colin Harvey's Everton Secrets Hardcover – 30 Sep 2005
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"Inside Everton" is 40 years of revelations from Goodison legend Colin Harvey, presented in a tremendous new book in partnership with leading Merseyside journalist John Keith. The book captures Harvey's recollections from his unique Everton career which saw him make the journey from boyhood fan to apprentice, star player, coach, assistant manager and manager. He figured as a player in a legendary Championship team and was also Howard Kendall's right hand man through the most successful period in Everton's history. Harvey would then become an esteemed youth coach. In this role, he figured largely in the rise of a young Wayne Rooney, amongst others. Harvey takes you behind the scenes at Goodison, relives the club's greatest triumphs and talks about many of the legends he counted as friends in his lifetime with the Blues. This book will be a must for all Evertonians who understand their history and the passion of the People's Club. It's a story that runs from Catterick to Moyes.
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LOVELY SIZED BOOK. BRILLIANT PICTURES, VERY NICE READABLE PRINTING of THE WORDS.
IT`S A MUST-BUY FOR EVERY TRUE-BLUE EVERTON FAN of MERCHANDISE. XXXX
The book is at its best when it focuses upon Colin Harvey's experiences and opinions of the events and people that influenced his illustrious Everton career. However, at times the book can tend to merely catalogue Everton's campaigns in the tone of an impartial narrative.
Some great memories came flooding back when reading of some the events on the pitch. The focus upon some of the off-pitch backroom events also answered some of the more puzzling decisions that various Everton managers and directors have made. A prime example of this is the excellent coverage of the Duncan Ferguson sale to Newcastle.
Above all this book provides a unique insight into forty years of Everton history from the perspective of one of the teams greatest ever players and servants. A highly recommended read for all Evertonians.