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The ToffeeWeb Podcast: Talking Everton

It Could Have Been Amazing

Season 3, Ep. 24

Andy, Lyndon and Paul try and find solace after the Toffees once again fell short of the League semi-finals, losing on to Fulham on penalties despite being one kick from Amadou Onana away from progressing. They also look back at the win over Burnley and ahead to Spurs (A)

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  • 38. Icarus, Don't Fly Too Close to the Sun

    01:00:33
    Another day, another points deduction. Andy, Adam and Lyndon discuss the ongoing farce that are Premier League sanctions for PSR breaches and Everton's ugly win over Burnley which was partially negated by the loss of those two additional points following the verdict from the second Independent Commission.They also look ahead to Chelsea (A) next Monday and some of those crucial home games to come that offer the Toffees a chance to save themselves if they can avoid defeat at Luton
  • 37. Adult Men Dressed as Dinosaurs

    58:22
    The fellas try to make sense of Everton's almost incomprehensibly bad showing at Bournemouth, an equally bad first hour at Newcastle and the contrasting display following that uncharacteristic triple-change by Sean Dyche in the 1-1 draw at St James's Park.They debate whether Sean Dyche should be moved on this summer if the takeover goes through or whether it's a case of "better the devil you know" before looking ahead to the visit of Burnley and who should start in midfield in particular.
  • 36. The ToffeeWeb Christm... err... Easter Quiz

    01:12:27
    Andy Howard reprises his role as quizmaster as Adam McCulloch, Paul Traill and Lyndon Lloyd battle it out to see who has retained more useless information about Everton than the others. Play along at home and see if you can do better!
  • 35. A Sean Dyche Slap to the Bonce

    23:44
    Lyndon, Adam, Paul and Andy preview Everton's trip to Bournemouth at the weekend. Has the three weeks off helped the players and allowed Sean Dyche and his coaching staff the time they needed to retool, reassess and re-energise the team for the crucial final 10 games of the season?
  • 34. Football Is Flushing Itself Down the Toilet

    01:01:42
    Lyndon, Paul and Andy discuss Nottingham Forest's controversially low points deduction and how it compares to Everton's treatment by the original independent commission and then the Appeal Board. They discuss the state of the Toffees on the pitch following the defeat to Manchester United and, over the course of an hour's chat, talk themselves around to some optimism around Everton's run-in.
  • 33. The Unhappy Traill Podcast

    52:50
    Paul Traill, Andy Howard, Adam McCulloch and Lyndon Lloyd express their shared concern over Everton's lack of goals and inability to put games to bed which is keeping them mired in trouble near the bottom and at the mercy of the next Independent Commission
  • 32. Super Silk's Season-Long Loan

    58:14
    Lyndon Lloyd is joined by Paul Traill and Adam McCulloch to discuss the Appeal Board's decision to reinstate four of Everton's 10 docked points and what it might mean for morale at the club and the second Independent Commission which will convene next month. They discuss what went wrong in those final stages at Brighton at the weekend and look ahead to the visit to Goodison Park of David Moyes's West Ham
  • 31. A Glass Full of Despair

    58:18
    Adam McCulloch, Paul McParlan and Lyndon Lloyd, joined later by Paul Traill and then Andy Howard, review Everton's mind-numbing performance against Crystal Palace, the reasons for it and Sean Dyche's questionable selection decisions before looking ahead to Brighton (A) and whether almost the same group of players could come close to the scintillating display at the Amex last season.
  • 30. Heads Above Water

    01:03:44
    Paul McParlan joins Lyndon and Andy on the 2nd Anniversary edition of the ToffeeWeb Podcast to discuss Everton's creditable 2-2 draw with Tottenham at Goodison Park and the reasons for the Blues' limited but ultimately adequate style of play. They mull over the prospects of the likes of Dobbin, Chermiti and Patterson, the merits of Ben Godfrey at right-back and then assess the team's chances of getting anything from the Etihad Stadium against the Champions.