LAP OF APPRECIATION + HOLY TRINITY STATUES UNVEILED | TUNNEL ACCESS: EVERTON 2-0 BURNLEY

Everton ended their home campaign in style, picking up all three points before Marco Silva and his squad thanked the fans for their support with the traditional lap of appreciation. Before the game, the Club unveiled new statues in tribute to Alan Ball, Colin Harvey and Howard Kendall - the trio known as 'The Holy Trinity' for their influence in the Blues midfield during the 60s. See what else happened before and after the game with our penultimate backstage matchday pass of the season!

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LAP OF APPRECIATION + HOLY TRINITY STATUES UNVEILED | TUNNEL ACCESS: EVERTON 2-0 BURNLEY

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