JUST IN : Everton Welcomes Back Familiar Voice for Historic Season Following Surprise Departure


Simon Ross will return as Everton’s stadium announcer ahead of the club’s historic final season at Goodison Park.

Armagh-born Ross, 57, hosts the Greatest Hits Breakfast Show, one of the UK’s most listened to radio shows. Western region. The former host of Merseyside’s Radio City Breakfast Show, best known across Merseyside and beyond as ‘Rossie’, has over 30 years of professional broadcasting experience on a number of radio stations across the country, including many years broadcasting from the iconic Radio City Tower.

Having previously been the voice of the Blues at matches between 2005 and 2015, his impressive resume also includes being a registered boxing MC. As well as taking on the role of stadium manager, Ross will host other entertainment events at Goodison Park last season.

Graeme White, who has held the microphone as the arena announcer at Goodison for the past nine seasons and announced his departure from the role on Sunday via social media, will remain part of the team of presenters and presenters available to the club for future events and activations. As well as Ross’ return, Everton are planning a series of additions to their matchday and half-time entertainment to mark their final year at Goodison before they move to their new waterfront home at the 52,888-capacity Bramley-Moore Dock.

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