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Here We Go: Everton in the 1980s Hardcover – 18 Aug 2016
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"A great read and great present for the Blue in your life." --When Skies are Grey
"It's to Hart's credit that he weaves a poignant narrative through these interviews without succumbing to undue sentimentality." --When Saturday Comes
"Simon Hart has succeeded in producing a book which will not only be a classic addition to any Everton fan's library, but will also appeal to followers of other leading clubs who crossed their path in the 1980s." --Sports Journalists' Association
"A book that every Evertonian should own." --Football Pink
About the Author
Simon Hart was born and brought up in Liverpool, where he spent much of the mid-'80s in a Le Coq Sportif Everton tracksuit. Educated at the Liverpool Blue Coat School and Oxford University, he is now a sports journalist writing for the Independent and UEFA's website and publications. This is his first book.
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A fantastic player a great coach and a true everton legend.
Excellent, enjoyed this book, plus being Everton daft helps. From the 1st chapter of Mike Lyons to the last Colin Harvey, you couldn't of bookended it with 2 bigger blues.
I couldn't put it down, it took me 2 days, would of took less but I had to sleep and eat. Great to look back on better days for the club and the success of the mid 80s, but tinged with a bit of sadness when you read of the decline later in the decade and players not fitting in with the old guard.
It's great you're not just reading the one view from one player, it's a good mixture of the success and failure, plus gives you an insight of not everything was rosey!
Every chapter (13)is enjoyable , with stories from former blues Lyons, Ratcliffe, Richardson, Heath, Higgins, Mountfield, Van Den Hauwe, Wilkinson, Lineker, Power, Nevin, Southall & Harvey.
Took me back to days I remember very well and hope we might have them glory days again!