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The ToffeeWeb Podcast: Talking Everton

Like Watching a Pinball Machine

Season 3, Ep. 19

Lyndon, Adam and Ell discuss the gut punch that was Everton's heavy home defeat to Manchester United where the fires of protest against the points deduction by the Premier League were doused by Alejandro Garnacho's stunning overhead kick and two further goals from Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial

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  • 32. Super Silk's Season-Long Loan

    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

    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

    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.
  • 29. ALL Stadium Pubs & Bars Special

    Everton have unveiled the fourth and final phase of the ALL seasonal membership packages for the new Everton Stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock and ToffeeWeb were invited down to a special presentation at the Royal Liver Building last November. Paul Traill describes what he saw and was told about the planned stadium bars and pubs that will be available to fans
  • 28. Guest Jim Keoghan

    Author and lifelong Evertonian Jim Keoghan joins Adam, Lyndon and Paul to chat about his latest book, Everything Everything You Wanted to Know About Everton (But Were Afraid to Ask) which is out now on paperback. They also discuss the goalless draw with Fulham, the upcoming game with Spurs, the club's appeal against the 10-point deduction and whether anyone will come in on Transfer Deadline Day00:00 Intro and Fulham17:40 Rating Sean Dyche's performance a year in27:52 Spurs (H)35:50 Jim's latest book46:35 Deadline day deals?50:40 Everton's appeal*note: times may vary due to pre-roll advertising
  • 27. When Does It Stop?

    Andy, Paul and Lyndon discuss the FA Cup replay victory over Crystal Palace, the draw with Aston Villa and the nature of the performances before dealing with the unavoidable – Everton being referred to an independent commission over alleged PSR breaches for a second time
  • 26. The Game's Gone

    Andy, Paul and Lyndon jumped on to vent about the decision by Chris Kavanagh and Craig Pawson to send off Dominic Calvert-Lewin in the goalless Cup tie at Selhurst Park that, in the absence of a successful appeal, will deprive Everton of the striker for 3 games
  • 25. Running On Empty

    Lyndon is joined by the two Pauls, Traill and McParlan, to discuss where Everton are heading into the New Year, with four successive defeats in all competitions and the players looking leggy after a hectic December programme. Should Dyche de-prioritise the cup and what prospects are there for new arrivals in January?
  • 24. It Could Have Been Amazing

    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)