Howard's Way is on the new Sky Documentaries channel. You can download it on Sky Q as part of your normal package.
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I've just watched this for the first time, genuinely brought tears to my eyes.
I remember those times, I was so fortunate to have been there, those games I went to, all the stories, the lads I grew up with, the Bayern semi etc etc.
I remember my dad telling me all about the 60's team when I was a kid, and now I'm telling my 9yr old about the team of the 80's.
Up the fucking Blues!!!
I'd put off watching it for ages because I thought I would find it a twat of a watch in the current (football) circumstances but it really is brilliant, really well done and inspiring in a way regarding how things can turn around.Just downloaded it, reading this makes it a must watch today!
No offence, but you haven’t got a clue mate! It just makes it fucking worse that it happened in the memories of most fans and at least those who were too young at that time saw us lift the cup a few years later.Watching it again makes me sad to think that we have won just one solitary trophy in 33 years.
I did not realise at the time how fortunate I was to be watching the best team Everton have ever had.
We are getting what we deserve. Failure. Every year.Colin Harvey talking about needing to win everyday, not just on Saturday. That is a huge thing for me and one of the reasons I can't take to modern day Everton players. Weak as piss, shitbag losers. Could you imagine fannies like Sigurddson, Schneiderlin or Keane playing in that era? Yet everyone of them are set for life and won't need to work ever again.