Retro Day returns to Goodison Park on Saturday as Everton celebrate the 30th anniversary of the 1986/87 title-winning campaign.
That season also proved to be a glorious one for Ronald Koeman who, in the same year, won the Eredivisie with PSV Eindhoven.
Aged 23 at the time, Koeman was a mainstay in defence for the Dutch giants as they romped to league crown, finishing 16 points clear of rivals Ajax at the summit.
A smile crossed the face of Koeman when he discovered that Everton will be rewinding the clock three decades with a series of activities at Goodison Park this Saturday ahead of the Sunderland clash.
“It’s a long time ago!” he smiled. “If you look back, not every year was successful but I had some successful seasons and that was one.
“It will be nice to have the people from Everton back [on Saturday] because they are part of the Club’s history.
“They are Evertonians and it will make the crowd even more special to show their support to the team this Saturday.”
Fans young and old are encouraged to wear their retro shirts at Goodison on Saturday – if you have a shirt from the 1986/87 season, all the better! To discover more about the day’s planned events and entertainment, click here.