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“It has given us some fantastic moments. I have shared pretty much every single one with Leighton.” Phil Jagielka reflects on 10 years as an Everton player, a proud feat made all the more special that he’s got to do it alongside close friend, Leighton Baines. From the moment they arrived at Goodison Park in the summer of 2007, the defenders have put in loyal service for the Club they dearly love. We sat down with the Blues’ skipper and vice-captain to look back on their Everton careers to date, taking in their favourite games, best goals across the decade – and what it means to them to pull on the shirt every week. Joe Royle and Daniel Amokachi’s time together at the Club may have been a lot shorter – less than two years, in fact – but it proved a thrilling ride as the boss and striker combined to enjoy a successful battle against relegation, FA Cup success and European football. Amo made a welcome return recently and popped into his former manager’s office at USM Finch Farm to give a warm and lively chat with Everton magazine packed with anecdotes. Cuco Martina is in the early stages of his Blues career but explains why a series of setbacks when he first became a professional footballer helped make his summer move all the more sweeter. It’s a candid interview from the defender – and there’s plenty more for you to enjoy in this month’s Everton magazine including Seamus Coleman, James McFadden, Beni Baningime and Peter Reid...

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