Former Players make Joseph’s day
Front page image shows Joseph with Wayne Clarke
Young Joseph Johnson aged 9 was visiting Wembley for the first time during the recent F.A. Cup Semi-Final.
During his visit Joseph who is visually impaired and his father Kevin and friends were joined by former Everton players Wayne Clarke, John Bailey, Mark Higgins and Mike Pejic after one of Joseph’s party spotted Wayne.
Photos from the meeting are on the Gallery pages of this website. Despite the result Joseph and his party had a great day at Wembley. The four former Everton players who were at Wembley as part of the Everton Former Players Foundation trip helped to make the day that bit more special.
The trip was arranged in coordination with Everton. The coach left the city in the early hours of Saturday morning 14th April. Legends of the club John Bailey, Alan Whittle, Frank D’Arcy, Derek Temple, Cliff Marshall, George Telfer, Gerry Glover and John Hurst were joined on the journey by other former Everton players and legends, Wayne Clarke, Mark Higgins, Mike Pejic, Peter Eastoe and John Sutherland. Trustees Rev. Harry Ross, Gerry Moore and Tony Kellaher made the trip together with EFPF administrator Pat Labone.
The Everton Former Players Foundation would like to thank Everton for its help arranging the trip.
Featured photos left to right: Mike Pejic, Trustee Gerry Moore, John Bailey, Mark Higgins, Peter Eastoe, John Sutherland, Tony McNamara, George Telfer, Wayne Clarke, Cliff Marshall, Frank D’Arcy, Alan Whittle, John Hurst, Derek Temple, Trustee Rev. Harry Ross and Gerry Glover
Photos from the Everton Former Players’ Foundation trip to Wembley can be found on the Gallery pages of this website