BLUENOSE Liam Ashton got a behind the scenes peek at Everton’s Finch Farm training ground this week.

The eight-year-old was shown around by David Moyes, and recruited the Blues boss to help promote a special event to raise funds for muscular dystrophy sufferers.

His mum Joanne said: “The club were fantastic with us, it was a great day.

“Liam is a massive Evertonian, the only one in our family, and so it was a dream for him.

“He was shown around the training ground, given a shirt, and of course got to meet the manager. He was over the moon.

“We are looking forward to the quiz night on (Saturday) February 9.

“We will be there trying to win, and we hope it will be a great night. The support will give so much to so many people.”

Joanne and Liam are backing the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign’s quiz night to help highlight the need for funds and would love more teams to enter the event.

It takes place at Everton FC on February 9 from 7.30pm and teams of up to six people can enter.

Tickets cost £15 per person. Call Elaine Cox on 0797 697 7058.

l Muscular Dystrophy is a life-limiting genetic condition, which causes muscles to weaken and waste.