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Blast From The Past: Howard Kendall & Peter Reid

Blast From The Past: Howard Kendall & Peter Reid

Saint & Greavsie story on Howard Kendall's return to Everton after walking out on Manchester City. Also features Peter Reid on his prospects of getting the vacant City job.

Before we get to the video here's a few stats.

Howard Kendall

6 December 1989 - 5 November 1990

Games in charge 38
Won 13
Drawn 18
Lost 7
Win % 34.21

Peter Reid

11 November 1990 - 26 August 1993

Games in charge 136
Won 59
Drawn 31
Lost 46
Win % 43.38

Unfortunately I was living abroad during the time (little or no contact with the UK) and didn't have the finger on the pulse with what was going on at the club. Can anyone remember what it was like?

And now to the video.





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Writer:Tudor
Date:Saturday October 9 2010
Time: 4:39PM

Comments

0
how olds that picture? kendall was Bald wasnt he when he was with us?, or was that the returning to Everton factor that did that to him? lol
cityman51
09/10/2010 20:58:00
0
THE MOST BORING FOOTBALL I EVER WATCHED BANG IT LONG UP TO QUINN FEED OFF THE FLICK ONS GET IT WIDE TO HOLDEN BANG IT IN FOR QUINN,RIVETTING,NOT
humpty
09/10/2010 21:49:00
0
Had some great days with Reidy in charge and some fantastic wins and away trips.
Johnny Baguette
10/10/2010 16:50:00
0
Yeah.....******** dire mate! Everton fans seem to have forgotten poaching a manager mid-season, what goes around........
RobsonGreensleeves
12/10/2010 22:03:00
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