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Peter Reid on Everton trying to get back to the glory days and sticking it to Boris Johnson

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Everton legend Peter Reid has spoken passionately about his desire for his beloved Blues to return to the glory days of the 1980s that he enjoyed, declaring: “I wouldn’t live if I didn’t think it was possible.” The Huyton-born former midfielder grew up as a Liverpool fan but having arrived at Goodison Park from Bolton Wanderers for a bargain £60,000 in 1982 and becoming a player who manager Howard Kendall described as being the club's most-important signing since the Second World War, Reid has in the past described his feelings for Everton as being like “the zeal of a religious convert.” Although the new film Everton – Howard's Way has brought back treasured memories from the golden era he was part of, Reid acknowledges that he finds it difficult to endure their current plight – yesterday's 2-1 win at Southampton was their first away from home in the Premier League since March.

We got beat 3-1.

I was at the Man City game recently and some people were clapping.

“Even now when we meet up it is something I look forward to and it was a long, long time ago.

I would settle for a League Cup or FA Cup at this moment in time.

“It’s not good enough for a great football club.

Good players have to have that.
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