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Mosaic for the Derby

A Fan initiative from fan group “Gwladys Street Boys”.

The Gwladys Street Boys have arranged for a mosaic that will cover the whole of the Lower Gwladys street on the night of the Merseyside Derby.

The Fan group would like the whole of the Gwladys street to get involved and will be spending the day of the game (19/12/2016) getting everything in place for the 8pm kick off.

If you sit in the Gwladys street you will find a foil on your seat with a flyer, the flyer reads .

Dear Gwladys Street.Bally's photo

Please hold the foil that accompanies this flyer above your head as soon as the first drum beats of Z-Cars are played. Then if you could keep it aloft until the players run toward you it will create a mosaic display that will cover the entire lower Gwladys Street.

This display has been organised and designed by members of our group with the aim of showing support for the team and improving the atmosphere on a match day within the ground.

Our group has been responsible for a number of banners seen both home and away, including those commemorating the memories of Howard Kendall and Sid Benson. We also recognised the campaign for justice by the families of the Hillsborough disaster towards the end of last season.

More information about the group and how you can get involved can be be found via our Twitter page @GwladysStBoys

Thank you for your co-operation and participation in this display.

So if you sit in the Gwladys or you are going in there for the game, please get involved and lets make Goodison rock like we did for the Arsenal game.

If you would like to help with the laying out of the foils then please contact @GwladysStBoys for more information

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