Everton Deeply Saddened To Learn Of David 'Doc' Johnson
For many years Johnson held a unique place in Mersey football folklore. The only man to score a winning goal in a Merseyside derby for Everton and Liverpool, until Peter Beardsley equalled the achievement more than two ...
Liverpool icon David Johnson who won three European Cups with Reds dies aged 71
Liverpool icon David Johnson, who also had two spells with rivals Everton as well as earning eight caps for England, has sadly passed away at the age of 71. Johnson moved to Anfield from Ipswich in 1976, after starting his career at Everton.
Former Town and England Striker Johnson Dies - Ipswich Town News
Former Town and England striker David Johnson has died, aged 71. Johnson joined the Blues from Everton in October 1972 from hometown club Everton in a deal which saw Rod Belfitt join the Toffeemen, who also paid the Blues £40,000.
A boyhood Red, David Johnson's career began with Everton before a move to Ipswich and then finally the opportunity to represent the Reds in 1976 - right as they were set to dominate European football.