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We're coming to this week from Eggerton football club.
I'm just so egg-static to be here for Easter weekend!
Here is what's coming up on today's show.
Two Everton super fans give us an access all areas tour
They put some interesting questions to two of
I talk to an inspirational Manchester United fan
And whenever we go the Kickabout goal alert comes too,
which means you can look forward to lots of egg-citing
And, apologies, lots of terrible Easter
Speaking of which, I was told to meet the Everton Easter
He will give me loads of chocolate but so far there
you give me a massive shout so if you see him can
Meanwhile, it has been another dramatic week in the
His third in the Champions League this season and
Juventus get the third goal of the game.
He's turned to the right of Schmeichel.
Fantastic drama, and let's hope Leicester
Jonjo Shelvey with a spectacular finish.
It's going to be a solo goal, and it is a picture book ending
Brilliant goal from the new England player.
And our hosts today, Everton, are not far off
They will be pushing for qualification certainly
Certainly with the exciting youngsters and they
18-year-old Tom Davis has made a great impact this campaign
and he even scored the joint fastest goal of the season last Sunday,
and their under 23s are also top of their league.
We wanted to get the lowdown from two of their players so
we sent our reporters Dan and Jack to meet them.
By the way, don't tell anyone but Jack is actually a secret
Liverpool fan going deep behind enemy lines.
Is that the sound of hopping I hear?
Hello, MOTD Kickabout I'm Courtney Duffus and this is Sam Byrne.
Hello, I am Dan and I support Everton.
Hello, I'm Jack and I support Liverpool.
I play left wing and because you are both strikers I
feel like you could give me quite a few tips.
I think goals and assists and massive.
What was the inspiration to start playing
Just having friends that love playing it as well.
How highly do you rate the quality of the Everton
Probably one of the best in the country.
Who is the best Everton player, or are you all rubbish?
Just his creativity and he's just an overall
What did you like about Fernando Torres?
Right, MOTD Kickabout, we have interviewed the lads.
Keep watching because later on we have
Sam taking on Courtney in the keepie uppie challenge.
Right now it is time to find out all about
this brilliant old stadium and the team that plays here.
Goodison Park dates back to 1892, making in one of the first
purpose-built football ground in the world. Last season more goals or
scored here than any other Premier League stadium. Let's have a look at
some of them. Romelu Lukaku. He finds him.
Everton have enjoyed a fair bit of success but don't just take my word
for it here are some experts to show you around. Welcome to Goodison
Park, Ormeau Everton football club, the greatest team in the world. --
home of Everton football club. Our nickname is the Toffee and for every
game... Probably the biggest club legend is the man Dixie Dean. In the
1927-28 season he scored 16 goals, more than one every game. -- 60.
This season Romelu Lukaku has been banging them in all season. We also
had a legendary goalkeeper, big Neville Southall. He made 750
appearances for the club, 200 more than any other player.
Goodison Park is the only Premier League ground with each charge so
close it is nearly on the pitch. -- with a church so close. They never
play early on a Sunday to afford -- to avoid clashing with church
services. They have won the league nine times, the FA Cup five times
and the European Cup Winners' Cup once. Next season we were when the
Premier League. Thank you very much for that, you're obviously super
fans, does one goal or against that up to you as your favourite. My
favourite was when Tim Howard scored a against Bolton. -- scored the
goal. What about you? Romelu Lukaku against Chelsea last year in the FA
Cup when he ran through all the defence. It Romelu Lukaku. It is a
brilliant goal. If you go through all the players you have ever seen
or heard about playing, can you pick one of favourite from all the years
Everton has been around? Well, Dixie Dean scored 60 goals in one season,
I don't think I have ever seen messy or Cristiano Ronaldo do that Duncan
Ferguson because he was strong and tall and courageous. He certainly
was, and he scored quite a few goals as well. By the way, you have not
seen an Easter bunny about, happy? No, I don't think I have. Curious.
Anyway, here are your skills. Here is Alec faced with some tricky
garden furniture. Look at that. Cristiano, George is
coming for your crown. Jacob next, grate flick,
and greater volly, great goal. Trick shot off the slide
and into the net. Oh, and what is this,
Young Sam here taking on his friend Courtney
in a What a great effort
from the Everton boys. So please keep your videos
coming in, always. Now we have got
another talented young footballer who had a rather special
surprise lately at his beloved Meets Samuel, a huge football and
Manchester United fan and loves playing the game. He suffers from a
condition called cerebral palsy which affects the movement in his
joints and means he is not as mobile as other children. And now I about
his school to catch up with the man himself. It is a pleasure to meet
you. Put it there. How are you? Good. I have got to be honest I am a
bit starstruck to meet you because I have seen the video you done with
the Manchester United foundation and it is amazing. How did you end up
being in that video? I wrote an inspirational speech and gave it to
my headteacher. Who did you meet that the? Poga, Zlatan, and all
became except for one person who was that? Wayne Rooney. I do believe the
players gave you some gifts to take home to remember the day and I think
you brought some with you, haven't you? These are the blogs that they
personally gave to me and De Gea also gave me his shirt. You are a
goalkeeper as well, and you? I got this to get signed by all the
players and this is Pogba's. What do you see yourself doing in the future
a manager. So you would like to be the first manager with cerebral
palsy and the Premier League. Yeah. I a wheelchair and they never give
up. Just because you have a disability or a condition, that does
not stop you doing from what you love.
It has been a pleasure. What an inspiration!. Thank you so much,
Samuel. And he might have something to cheer about tomorrow when
Manchester United host Chelsea. Those two rivals have a little bit
of history. This is Zola. Still Zola. Stores.
That is a superb goal. The cross is great. What a chance! Incomes in the
corner kick. He is allowed to go through. How
about that? I cannot wait for that one, it will
be a cracker. Whether you are following your team this weekend or
heading out on the pitch yourself make sure you enjoy your football
and enjoy your Easter. Speaking of which, Lukaku I have found. Now we
are is that chocolate!
Match of the Day spin-off aimed at children aged 7 to 13, bringing viewers the latest from the world of footie as well as top players and pundits.
Featuring goals, gossip, stats and skills, and all you need to know about the nation's favourite sport.