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Tributes pour in.

Legend isn't a big enough word to descibe this man, he was and always will be Mr Everton. RIP. Macca from Bootle Thank you for your efforts, you will always live in our hearts. Rest in peace.

Svein Lysvoll from Trondheim., Norway R.I.P Brian - a true gentleman a true Blue.

Tim from Wirral A true legend, you will be deeply missed. R.I.P Labby. Pezzer, Liverpool My heart goes out to his family, he will be missed so much by fans old and young alike' he was a hero.

Jenny Todd, from Wakefield It says something about his quality as a player when a man who played as many games as Brian and only got booked twice in his career.

Kopite from. Liverpool Up there with Dixie and the angels. God bless you Bri. Paul Ashers from. The Dingle The Last Of The Corinthians. RIP Big Man.

Kev from Liverpool Gone but I will never forget Captain Brain Now on God's books RIP.

Peter Hall from Middlesbrough A giant of a man. Will be sadly missed, my thoughts go out to his family.

Paul from Cheshire God bless you Brian. A true Goodison legend. Mike J. from Liverpool The greatest Blue of them all for me and the finest number 5 of his generation.

Never to be forgotten by anyone who remembers the class of '70. Ashley F. from Netherlands

More tributes in tomorrow's ECHO
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Apr 25, 2006
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