I don't think they have forgiven me' - Sweet revenge for Liverpool fan
Youth Kopite When he was younger, David Johnson rejected Liverpool in favor of Everton,
but he eventually realized his dream of donning the iconic red shirt, earning himself a special place in Merseyside football history.
The desire to defeat the local rival and win the derby is as natural as breathing to every Merseyside football fan.
As soon as they're old enough to understand the significance of the storied Stanley Park rivalry, whether it's red or blue,
the thought of being the one to send one-half of the city into joy while sending the other one-half into sorrow becomes second nature.
Curtis Jones is the most recent local kid to enter folklore following his incredible There is only one man who graduated from the city's schoolyards and playing
fields to have accomplished the feat for both Merseyside clubs, a record made even sweeter by the length of time he had to wait to pull on the red shirt he had
dreamed of wearing as a child. He won the FA Cup for Liverpool against Everton a little over two and a half years ago,
joining a small but proud list of Scousers who have made themselves the toast of their half of the city.