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The ToffeeWeb Podcast: Talking Everton

The ToffeeWeb Christm... err... Easter Quiz

Season 3, Ep. 36

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!

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  • 45. The VAR Soapbox

    01:01:26
    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

    01:17:50
    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!
  • 43. The Sean Dyche Redemption

    01:04:15
    The guys discuss the latest twist in the frustratingly long 777 Partners takeover saga which might see some resolution as soon as this week after Farhad Moshiri sought talks with Josh Wander in London. They then review the draw with Luton, preview the home game against Sheffield United and touch on some potential transfer ins and outs for this coming summer
  • 42. Churchill Always Said Ashley Young is Not a Winger

    01:08:39
    Adam, Andy and Lyndon discussing Everton's home win over Brentford, their third straight victory in six days, secured by Idrissa Gana Gueye's third goal of the season. They then look ahead to a trip to Luton that has a very different feel about it than it might have done without the heroics of the past week but uncertainty and worry off the pitch continues to cast a deep shadow.
  • 41. Everything I Want Everton to Be

    01:06:19
    The guys are still on Cloud Nine following Everton's tremendous win in the Goodison derby that takes them to the brink of Premier League safety. They give credit to the players who, to a man, gave 100% to get over the line a victory, orchestrated by Sean Dyche and his staff that will live long in the memory.
  • 40. Big Moments Change Games

    01:22:43
    Andy, Paul, Adam and Lyndon enjoy the rare air of a solid home win for Everton and review the positive response from both the players and the manager to the hammering at Chelsea that led to a 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest at Goodison Park. They also look ahead to the Merseyside derby where Sean Dyche may have change things again and possibly deploy the little-used Youssef Chermiti up front
  • 39. A Bit of a Soap Opera

    01:07:57
    The guys try and compartmentalise the misery of Monday evening's 6-0 hammering at the hands of Chelsea and try and place it among the pantheon of pathetic Everton performances down the years. They discuss what changes should be made for the massive home game against Nottingham Forest at the weekend and briefly touch on the ongoing takeover saga following the news that 777 Partners have been granted an extension to the deadline by which they needed to repay MSP Sports Capital.
  • 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.