He [Bill Kenwright] was an incredible professional, in terms of what he did with Everton and also what he achieved in the theatre industry.
Spending time with him and learning about his family, you couldn’t help but be taken by his passion.
Beyond his deep love of his family, one of those big passions, of course, was football – the game as a whole, as well as his obvious lasting love of Everton Football Club.
His story – a boyhood supporter who went on to become Chairman – is something so rare in the modern game, especially at the top level.
He always believed in Everton and stood by the Club, even in the toughest times. He was steadfast until the very end,” says Sean Dyche.
West Ham could have some tired legs against the Blues on Sunday after the Hammers fell to Olympiacos in Europa League action.
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My mum sacrificed her life for our dreams she raised three kids on her own without any help.
She is the one who taught us all the values we have, being kind, showing respect and being nice.
She is such a warrior because she used to have different jobs as well to take care of her kids.
I can never thank her enough, which is why I am trying to succeed in terms of what I am doing (playing football).
She is a warrior to me. She is one of the strongest people I know.
I’m very proud of my mum,” says Amadou Onana.