LEON Osman made his first-team debut for Everton 10 years ago this Saturday when he emerged as an 89th-minute substitute in the 4-3 defeat at Tottenham Hotspur on January 12 2003.
But what happened to the XI who started for Everton?
Espen Baardsen: This was the goalkeeper’s sole game on loan from Watford. He retired aged 25 later that year and now works in London as a financial analyst for a hedge fund.
David Unsworth: The defender retired in 2009 and is now Head of Academy Coaching at former club Sheffield United.
Gary Naysmith: The Scot left Everton in 2007 and is currently back in his homeland at Aberdeen.
Alessandro Pistone: Pistone departed Goodison in 2007 and retired the following year before becoming a regular on the Italian Poker Circuit.
Alan Stubbs: Stubbs had a second spell at Everton and is now back at Goodison again as reserve team coach.
Joseph Yobo: The Nigerian spent two years on loan at Fenerbahce before finally making the move permanent last summer.
Scot Gemmill: Gemmill left in 2004 and later ended his career in New Zealand. Now works with the Scotland under-19 team.
Li Tie: Li Tie made his loan move permanent at the end of the season but injuries ruined his Goodison career. He is now assistant coach to Marcello Lippi at Chinese side Guangzhou Evergrande.
Steve Watson: Watson left Everton in 2005 and retired in 2009 and is now a coach at Birmingham City.
Tomasz Radzinski: The Canadian international had left Goodison inside 18 months and was last seen still playing for Belgian Second Division side Waasland-Beveren.
Brian McBride: The American was on loan but moved to Fulham. Now retired, he has set up his own football academies in the States.