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The ToffeeWeb Podcast: Talking Everton

Chasing a Double Gloucester Down the Hill with Gusto

Season 3, Ep. 46

The guys talk squad departures after Everton released this summer's list of released and retained players. They discuss potential transfers in and out and finish by picking the player they think would win the annual cheese-rolling race at Cooper's Hill in Gloucester

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  • Maupay Being a Bit Maupay

    Adam and Paul join Lyndon to look back briefly at Jordan Pickford's ultimately disappointing Euros before discussing Everton's first pre-season outing against Sligo Rovers. They assess the benefits of Amadou Onana's sale to Aston Villa and what is still needed before the transfer deadline and finish by marking the 20th anniversary of Tim Cahill signing for the Toffees
  • One-on-One: Rob Sawyer

    Lyndon is joined by the author of numerous books on Everton history, member of the EFC Heritage Society and, of course, treasured ToffeeWeb contributor, Rob Sawyer. They chatted about his latest book, Broken Dreams: Everton, the War and Goodison’s Lost Generation about the 1938/39 championship winning side which was denied the chance to defend its title and perhaps build a period of lasting success by the outbreak of the Second World WarRob described his long-standing family ties with Everton Football Club, how he got into writing about the Toffees with his first book on Harry Catterick in 2015 and what drew him to focus the late 1930s team. And, of course, they talked about the modern day Blues, where the team goes from here after the last few tumultuous years and the looming departure from Goodison Park at the end of the coming season.
  • 1. One-on-One: Matt Jones

    In the first episode of a new series of discussions with various figures from the world of Evertonia, Lyndon chats with Matt from The Blue Room Podcast and the Liverpool Echo about Euro 2024, the current state of Everton, the transfer dilemmas surrounding the likes of Branthwaite and Calvert-Lewin, and that dreaded and looming day when the Blues play their last ever game at Goodison Park.
  • 49. The Poster Boys for Bending the Rules

    Adam, Paul and Lyndon chat about a number of deals that have either been done by Everton or that could be finalised before what's come to be known as the PSR deadline, including Tim Iroegbunam and Lewis Dobbin trading places, Jack Harrison and Ashley Young remaining for one more season at least and speculation around Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Ben Godfrey
  • 48. Special – FAB Candidate Paul McMonnies

    Pablo joins the podcast again to discuss his work with the Everton Fan Advisory Board over the past 12 months and his candidacy for another year on the representative body.
  • 47. Oooo, You Look Quite Nice!

    The guys chat about the possibility of an imminent takeover by the Friedrick Group, the pros and cons of resisting all advances from Manchester United for Jarrad Branthwaite, our preferred opponents for the last ever top-flight match at Goodison Park and Euro 2024 so far. 
  • 45. The VAR Soapbox

    Andy and Adam join Lyndon to vent a bit more about Video Assistant Refereeing and the poverty of quality of the officiating in general as they review Everton's final game of 2023-24, the 2-1 defeat to Arsenal.They also pick their player of the season, goal of the season and performance of the season.
  • 44. Pandora's Box

    Paul McParlan joins the fellas on a bumper episode to chat about Everton's latest last home win without conceding, the last at Goodison this season, to and preview the trip to Arsenal where the Toffees will close out 2023-24 in stress-free fashion. Finally, starting around the 55:30 mark they discuss Wolves's motion to scrap VAR about which Andy has plenty to say!