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The Unofficial Everton Timeline

In The Unofficial Everton Timeline: 2014-2023 The Moshiri Years, Steve Dickinson and Lyndon Lloyd take readers on an explosive journey through one of the most tumultuous and transformative periods in Everton Football Club’s history. From the unveiling of the Everton Timeline at Goodison Park to the present day, they fill in the narrative gaps with a rich tapestry of stories from both on and off the pitch, for a football club and owner rarely out of the news.

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The Unofficial Everton Timeline by Steve Dickinson and Lyndon Lloyd

In August 2010 Everton Football Club unveiled the Everton Timeline. Stretching around Goodison Park, the 123 monochromatic images chart the major events in the club’s illustrious past. Though updated periodically, the final image on Goodison Road celebrates the signing of Romelu Lukaku in 2014.

Did time stand still for Everton Football Club, or has it simply failed to acknowledge the struggles which occurred during one of the most eventful periods in its 145-year history?

The Unofficial Everton Timeline documents unbridled ambition crashing into chaotic reality between 2014-2023. It is a comprehensive and detailed chronicle of important matches, big dreams, colossal financial investments, unproductive transfers, property deals and engineering marvels. But most of all, it is a book about people: moneymen, conflicting egos in the boardroom, highly rewarded players, and the genuine heroes of the story – a community of passionate Everton fans.

Featuring a foreword from illustrious football historian and Life President of the Everton FC Shareholders’ Association, Dr David France, the book unfolds in a comprehensive chronicle of the club’s journey through ambition, adversity and ultimately, existential threats.

Steve Dickinson

In writing this book, we endeavoured to capture the essence of Everton Football Club during one of the most complex, turbulent and defining decades in its history.

Our writers’ journey through the annals of recent years was not just an exercise in chronicling events but an opportunity to delve deep into the emotional and cultural undercurrents that have shaped the club and its community.

This book is a narrative of resilience, a testament to the unyielding spirit of the fans, and a detailed account of the club’s ambitious attempts to navigate the challenging waters of modern Premier League football – with many mishaps along the way. And I firmly believe that it’s a story that resonates beyond the confines of the club and the sport, reflecting the broader themes of how the pursuit of a brighter future can sometimes lead to catastrophe, and how not to run a football club.

-Steve Dickinson

Steve Dickinson is the author of both non-fiction and crime fiction books. His latest book, ‘The Unofficial Everton Timeline: 2014-2023 The Moshiri Years,’ was co-authored with fellow Evertonian, Lyndon Lloyd. Steve’s debut crime thriller was ‘Confession’, the Amazon #1 Best Seller Assassination Thriller | Amazon #1 Best Seller Conspiracy Thriller. In April 2022, Confession received the Gold Medal in the Mystery/Crime Fiction Category, in the Global Book Awards.

Steve was born in Liverpool, England in 1957. Aged three, his grandad ‘introduced him to the Blues.’ The rest, as they say for a lifelong Evertonian, is history. His first memories of watching the Blues on TV was their thrilling 3-2 win against Sheffield Wednesday in the 1966 FA Cup Final. His first live match at Goodison Park was a 2-0 win against West Ham, during the league-winning season of 1969/70. Life for the Toffees was sweet back then.

Between then and now, he graduated with an engineering degree from the University of Liverpool and spent a forty-year career in the world of construction and manufacturing: running projects and businesses, restructuring companies in the UK and overseas, and travelling the globe.

Lyndon Lloyd

Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, Lyndon moved to England aged 12. He graduated from the University of Wales, Swansea with a Masters in History and pursued a career in graphic and web design that took him to California during the Dotcom boom at the turn of the Century.

In parallel, he built Evertonia, an independent website devoted to Everton Football Club, that was merged with ToffeeWeb in 2001. The result was the biggest and longest-running website devoted to Everton, and one of the oldest football sites still in existence, where Lyndon is the designer, developer and chief writer and producer of the ToffeeWeb Podcast.

In 2024, he co-authored his first book, “The Unofficial Everton Timeline – The Moshiri Years” with Steve Dickinson.

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