With the Premier League currently in a state of suspension, clubs are doing their bit to keep fans occupied and Everton supporters are loving the latest ‘Blue Family’ announcement.
The Merseyside outfit have started up a charity aimed specifically to help battle isolation and provide support for those most vulnerable and in need during this worrying series of events.
The latest ‘Blue Family’ series has involved Toffees left-back Lucas Digne who has read the classic children’s book The Tiger Who Came To Tea to help get those little Blues ready for bed.
Digne joined Everton from Barcelona in the summer of 2018 for £18million (via Bleacher Report) and has since established himself as the club’s first choice left-back, making 67 appearances in all competitions (Transfermarkt).
Fans are loving the latest idea for the ‘Blue Family’ charity, with one editing a lovely photo of the Frenchman on the back of the famous fictional tiger. Others are simply appreciating the ongoing gestures from the club, with a supporter branding the latest as ‘amazing’.
Loving this Blues, I'm so glad I was born an Evertonian
— Beaufort Financial (St Asaph) (@BF_StAsaph) March 27, 2020
— Keith (@KeefTommo) March 27, 2020
Excellent!!! Can’t wait for Yerry Mina to do one! 😂😂
— P (@Paul_M__H) March 27, 2020
Yeah baby 😍
Get @aftgomes doing one too, it will be the Evertonian women’s equivalent of when Tom Hardy did CBeebies 💙
— toffeegirl1979 (@toffeegirl1979) March 27, 2020
Get Duncan Ferguson to do one and you will break the internet 👀💙
— Jenny (@Jennyefc1982) March 27, 2020
This is an amazing idea, well done to everyone 👏🏻💙
— The Toffee Blues (@EvertonNewsFeed) March 27, 2020
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