Everton v Swansea

Wonderful day at Goodison Park, and a treat to be able to have Barry Horne as my guest in the lounges

Also, comedian Justin Moorhouse popped along for the Crystal Palace game, which was unfortunately postponed. Very funny man and we look forward to getting him back for the rearranged fixture

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2 thoughts on “Everton v Swansea

  1. Jamie

    I too had a corker of a day.

    Linked up with Emmo but could not find you but spent the day with Big Bill – storyline below.

    Proud Evertonian Paul Jones of Marford had a day trip to remember at the weekend when he with his brother Nick and father Phil received a personal invite from Everton Chairman Bill Kenwright to be his guest for the day for the FA Cup tie with Swansea. Paul said “The red carpet was rolled out and Bill was waiting for us in reception and escorted us up to the Director’s Lounge for a bite to eat and a drink.  Come KO time he escorted us to our seat and there we were sitting right at the very front of the Director’s Box. It was not the best of games but the result was right and the way we were looked after was second to none and we were treated like royalty. Talking of royalty, we once again for the second time in as many weeks shared the company and a beer with Blues legend Joe Royle. The day came about as a result of me presenting Mr Kenwright at Christmas with a poem I had printed on canvass called NIL SATIS NISI OPTIMUM which I had written for my dad. He was so touched, he phoned me later that evening to thank me but on Thursday out of the blue came an invite for the three of us to join him at Goodison. We chatted for ages after the match and he signed several canvass prints for me.

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