New goals for Everton as youngsters back Community charity relaunch.
EVERTON Football Club is promising to continue promoting sport among disabled children in Merseyside as they relaunch their charity.
Children from Alder Hey Hospital will release 1,000 balloons just before the club's 3pm kick-off against Tottenham Hotspur Hotspur: see Percy, Sir Henry.
Sir Henry Percy, so named for his fiery character. [Br. Lit.: I Henry IV]
See : Irascibility on Saturday to mark the launch.
The charity will be known as The Everton Foundation, dropping its previous title, Everton in the Community, with the organisation promising a new set of ambitious goals, doubling the scale of its activities.
Everton manager David Moyes David William Moyes (b. April 25, 1963 in Glasgow, Scotland) is a football manager and former player. He is currently the manager of Everton F.C.. He has twice been named, in 2003 and 2005, as the 'League Managers' Association manager of the year', and is one of the younger said: "The work carried out by our Community staff and coaches is something the club is very proud of and I am sure that, under the new title, all the projects and initiatives will continue to flourish." Everton captain Phil Neville Philip John Neville (born January 21, 1977 in Bury, Greater Manchester) is an English footballer, who plays for Everton. He previously played for Manchester United. He is younger brother of Manchester United captain Gary Neville, and the twin of England netball international joined in a coaching session with disabled youngsters at training ground Finch Farm, Halewood, ahead of the launch.
Neville said: "The work that the coaches put in is terrific and it's great to be able to join in with the youngsters.
"The kids are so enthusiastic and they clearly thoroughly enjoy playing football. "
Everton stars Phil Neville and Leighton Baines join disabled children at Finch Farm