Everton and England legend, Bob Latchford, will be attending The Everton Collection exhibition on Saturday 6th March, between 1pm and 4pm, to sign copies of his book which can be purchased from 12:45pm onwards.

There will also be an opportunity to have your photograph taken with Bob Latchford by a professional photographer.

Bob Latchford was transferred from Birmingham City to Everton in 1974 for £350,000, a British transfer record at the time.

At Everton, Latchford was the top scorer for six successive seasons. In the 1977/78 season, Latchford won an Adidas and Daily Express £10,000 competition for scoring 30 League goals. To achieve this, he had to score 2 goals in the last match against Chelsea, which he did through a penalty in the dying minutes. Everton won 6-0, with Latchford scoring the required 2 goals to win the £10,000 prize!

During the mid-1970s, Latchford was widely considered as one of the top English forwards of his generation, earning his first international cap against Italy in 1977. In total, he won 12 caps and scored 5 goals for England.

Latchford made 268 appearances for Everton, scoring 138 goals. He left Goodison in 1981 for Swansea but has always remained an Everton legend with the fans.

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