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Steve Watson

Welcome to Steve Watson's profile page where we post regular news updates. In addition to press articles, you can also find pictures of the player and a list of all 'Official Player Site' articles where Steve is mentioned. For more news about other Everton playees click here.

Date of Birth: 01/04/1974
Place of Birth: North Shields
Nationality: English
Height: 6.00 (1.80 m)
Weight: 12.07 (79.4 Kg)
Club: Everton
 OfficialPlayerSites.com: 3 articles
Robbie Elliott: Wallsend Boy's Club - Shearer bigger than Pele? - 09/10/2003
After spending Wednesday evening in the company of the staff and past players of Wallsend Boy's Club, Robbie looks ack at an entertaining night and the proof that Alan Shearer is bigger than World Footballer of the Millenium - Pele! More
Robbie Elliott: Everton - very disappointing - 07/11/2002
It was certainly a good game for the neutrals and the Everton fans, but for the rest of us, it was hard to take. On a personal level, there was a lot riding on that game, and I’m very disappointed that things didn’t go to plan. More
John Beresford: Middlesbrough memoirs - 31/10/2002
Bez is presently providing commentary and ‘pundit’ opinion for ESPN in Singapore. With Newcastle facing Boro on Monday, we’ve dusted off a few of his recollections from past Boro fixtures… More


 Internet Stories: 116 articles

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