IT MAY be closing in on 22 years but Kevin Campbell will never forget the image.
“I remember seeing the Blues in the Kop end celebrating the goal,” said the former Everton striker. “I will take that memory to my grave.”
It was September 27, 1999, and the goal Campbell is talking about was his fourth-minute winner at Liverpool.
Remarkably, he remains the last man in a Toffees shirt to seal a victory across Stanley Park.
“That is the thing about the city – you have families split down the middle,” said Campbell ahead of tomorrow’s derby at Anfield.
“Sometimes mum is a Blue and dad is a Red. So they go to the match together and enjoy the game as a family.
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