Hundreds of Everton fans gathered at the club’s training ground on Saturday ahead of Sunday’s vital Premier League match at Leicester City.Sunday’s game...
Hundreds of Everton fans gathered at the club’s training ground on Saturday ahead of Sunday’s vital Premier League match at Leicester City.
Sunday’s game gives Everton a chance to climb out of the relegation zone. Frank Lampard’s side are two points behind Leeds and Burnley, with games in hand over both sides.
Lampard fist-bumped dozens of fans out of the coach window, with several flares set off to accompany Everton’s departure.
The event was organised by Everton fan group Han’s Tours, and was only mooted for the first time at 4pm on Friday afternoon.
The group tweeted: “And we’ll fight, fight, fight, with all our might.
“At 2.45pm on Saturday May 7 at Finch Farm, fans will be seeing the team off to Leicester the day before the game.
“Let’s show them our support and give them another lift. Bring your flags/banners and voices.”
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