1.) 10 Jan 2017
10 Jan 2017 11:29:33
TBH not all bad, my best mate and his family are all blues. Go to his house every derby; I cook breakfast, go to shops to get ingredients for scouse, watch the match, and they make me scouse to celebrate the reds winning. not much wrong with that

2.) 10 Jan 2017
10 Jan 2017 11:59:10
Half my family are blues. I took my nephew to his first game. Spent a fortune on him in the club shop. New kit, hat scarf the works. It was Ipswich at home and we got beat 1-0. Stewart scored for them. Couldn't have picked a worse game. He was gutted. So I thought. Went to his house the next day and the wee bollocks was wearing the full Everton kit. Now he's as bitter as the rest of them.

3.) 10 Jan 2017
10 Jan 2017 12:48:00
Lived all my life in Liverpool, have been to game with red and blue in both venues, even went to the infamous Wimbledon game to lend moral support ( though not needed in the end as it was rammed - another story in itself how we got in! ) where they escaped relegation. As with all teams there are levels of tolerance, though 'bitter Blues' are very easy to identify especially after a few sherbets!

They in turn don't mind a wind up especially when it comes to Man U and their 'associations' over the years

All part of the banter as long as it's relatively friendly! Have seen some get a bit out of hand though!

4.) 10 Jan 2017
10 Jan 2017 12:48:54
Think "hates" a strong word. I don't hate any fans and I don't know any fans that hate any others.

Never understood this tribal hatred in football, all a bit ridiculous.

5.) 10 Jan 2017
10 Jan 2017 13:20:50
My dad and his whole family are blues, me, my brother, our mum and all her family are reds. Makes derby days interesting!

6.) 10 Jan 2017
10 Jan 2017 10:42:09
What is this " People's club" that Ed025 is constantly talking about 😂. Is it true most of the Scousers suppprt Everton?

{Ed025's Note - its very true harry, many years ago liverpool sold their soul to the devil for success in the 80,s, they lost their identity and it was win at all cost for the red men, they became like that snooty auntie we all have who thinks she is better than the rest, and thats when the hard working salt of the earth scousers decided that enough was enough and 90% of them turned blue, thats why we are now known as "the peoples club", to supplement their loss of the locals they decided to recruit from abroad (mainly norway) and anyone who thought that they were holier than thou joined the throng, history tells us that everton will rise again very shortly and again become the best team in the land, i hope that helps mate.. :)