YATS recently caught up with the ex Everton winger to have a quick chat about charities, Everton’s season as of far and a tricky Italian by the name of Guiseppe Bergome.
Sheedy finished his Everton career with a total of 274 appearances for the blues and scoring a total of 67 goals. He was also quite prolific for his country as well scoring 9 in 46 for the Republic Of Ireland.
Hi Kevin Thanks for this opportunity I guess I’ll jump straight into it
Being an ex footballer how do you keep yourself active during the day and how has your daily routine changed?
“I have had a double knee replacement 4 months ago and I go to the gym everyday to help in my recovery.”
Your quiet the charitable man can we expect to see you at any events in the coming future?
“I am an ambassador for beating bowel cancer and do all I can to help raise awareness for early diagnosis.”
To find out what the early signs are or to even donate towards the charity go to https://www.beatingbowelcancer.org/
Of course who can forget the great years you had at Everton, but how do you think their season has gone so far?
“The season has gone very well so far and the performance recently against Sunderland was excellent.”
Everton currently lie 9th in the Barclays Premier League most notably above fierce Merseyside rivals Liverpool after winning 4 games and drawing 5 in their opening 12 games.
And last but not least who has been the best player you have ever played against and played with?
“Most difficult opponent Guiseppe Bergome for Italy in the quarter final of the World Cup in Rome. Best players played with Neville Southall, Kevin Ratcliffe, Peter Reid, Adrian Heath and Paul McGrath”