Kevin Mark Sheedy (born 21 October 1959) is a former footballer. He spent the largest portion of his playing career with Everton – with whom he won the FA Cup, European Cup Winners' Cup and two Football League titles – and also played for Hereford United, Liverpool, Newcastle United and Blackpool. He played 46 times for the Republic of Ireland national football team and scored the country's first ever goal in a FIFA World Cup finals.
The fully revised and updated 2012 edition of The Everton Miscellany is essential reading for fans in the blue half of Liverpool. Written by lifelong Everton devotee Mark O'Brien, this goldmine of information reveals all manner of facts, feats and stories from the proud history of one of English football's most prestigious clubs.
A rich source of quirky trivia, the book explains how Everton actually started life at what is now the home of their arch-rivals in Anfield and why they came to be known as the 'Toffees', as well as tracing the origin of the club's famous crest.
In addition, it also tells the story of the referee who scarred a generation of Evertonians, reveals Howard Kendall's not-so-diplomatic exchange with the Bayern Munich bench and explains how the club played its part in the birth of a famous terrace saying which still rings around football grounds across the country today.
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Kevin Sheedy Signed Book 'The Everton Miscellany' (Everton)