Plenty of Everton fans have taken part in a debate, selecting the best performance they have seen live from a player for the club.
With the game at a standstill due to the pandemic, football fans across England have been engaging in various social media debates, and a latest one has seen Toffees fans looking back on the career of former keeper Neville Southall.
After starting his career with Bury, Southall was quickly signed by Everton in 1981, agreeing a deal to join up with manager Howard Kendall.
In total, the former Wales international stopper spent 17 years at Goodison Park, and was largely number one for the majority of that time, making 578 appearances in total.
Mentioning Southall in the debate, fans looked at a performance from 1995 which saw the keeper play an important part in the FA Cup success over Manchester United, where he would make an incredible double save to deny Paul Scholes.
Such was Southall’s impression on fans of the club, his performances from 1985 and 1988 were also included in the debate.
Reacting to the debate via Twitter fan account @thetoffees_com, fans gave a varied response with the majority mentioning Southall….
The single greatest performance you’ve seen by an Everton player live is_____ #EFC
— The-Toffees (@thetoffees_com) April 23, 2020
Neville southall 95 FA cup final
— Joseph Boden (@boden_joseph) April 23, 2020
Southall in the 95 cup final
— Rob SCC Coppell (@CoppellRob) April 23, 2020
Big nev away to Coventry bout 1988 Cottee scored and we won 1-0
— paul brannan (@paulbr1959) April 23, 2020
Southall – Highfield Rd in about 88/89..
— Formbyblue (@Formbyblue) April 23, 2020
Lukaku scoring 4 / naysmith hatrick Coleman in is first live game it was aslwell funny enough against spurs outside I cud go now more tbh 😁👏👍
— SiPatto82 (@SPatto82) April 23, 2020
Nev Spurs 85…
— The Stoat (@TheStoat2) April 23, 2020
Bracewell the beginning of the 85/86 season
— Pd (@Pdpadwork) April 23, 2020
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