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It would really help us all if as many as possible could complete the survey whether or not you normally, or even ever travel by train to matches, home and/or away. The FSA has partnered with key rail industry stakeholders the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) to help them understand the issues that match goers face […]
99.9% of match ticket applications now come in by e-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org – which actually makes applications easier to keep track of and is my preferred method. The ESCLA phone line has been discontinued but members may call me on my regular phone – members will find the number on their membership cards – given […]
Sad news from Norway that another well known past ESCLA member, Siggy Oie, died February 9th. Siggy travelled with ESCLA in the 1980’s and 1990’s and was still getting to Goodison regularly with the Norwegian Everton Supporters Club right up to the pandemic. He was a well known sports journalist in Norway and great ambassador […]
Sad news reaches us that one of our original ESCLA members, Paddy McGrath has died.Paddy had many friends in the Everton community nationwide but ESCLA’s regular travellers from the 1970’s and 80’s will have many fond and interesting memories of him. On behalf of ESCLA I would like to send deepest sympathy and condolences to […]
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