🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: “Keep the Faith”

Tuesday, 15 March, 2022 4comments  |  Jump to last

Paul, Adam and Lyndon discuss the defeat to Wolves and the mood among supporters, analyse what the manager and players need to focus on in their search to pick up points and progress in the Cup before picking their moment from a myriad that they wish had turned out differently

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Tim Coombe
1 Posted 16/03/2022 at 07:52:00
Really enjoying the pod in these depressing times. Like the closing question at the end, great hearing all your opinions on interesting subjects.
Keep it it, and keep the faith.
John Raftery
2 Posted 16/03/2022 at 13:14:53
I admire the positivity and optimism.

Regarding the formation and selection for Newcastle, I agree it is time to give Dele a start. If not now, when? Assessing him on the basis of his appearances off the bench with the team chasing a lost cause is a little unfair. Let's see what he can do when the team is fresh and trying to capitalise on early momentum.

As for the cup match, I would like to see at least one of the youngsters given a start. Dobbin is the obvious candidate. With no points at stake, it is surely worth a risk and who knows, it may catch Palace by surprise. The same old tired regulars were hammered at Selhurst Park in December, so there seems little to lose.

Jerome Shields
3 Posted 16/03/2022 at 01:04:03
Interestiing discussion. Speculating on players like Dele Alli starting rather than as an impact sub is something to think about. I think it shows how far Everton are from being a recognisable progressive side. Something we all yearn for.

Moyes's Everton sides always had that failure to do it when required and Moyes alway had that inferiority complex when up against League challenging sides.

For me, the turning point was the Johnson era and the emergence of his mate Kemwright. They both were never good enough to run Everton, only interested in enriching themselves.

Good podcast.

Ben King
4 Posted 17/03/2022 at 18:05:54
Excellent podcast as usual

I would be tempted to play direct (long ball?) if Calvert-Lewin is playing and twin him with Richarlison.

We need goalscorers on the pitch and need to get their defenders turning and to get the crowd on side.

If Frank wants to imprint his philosophy, then do it during pre-season. Now is the time for pragmatic and winning football.

Frank needs to prove he's up for this job (against relegation) before anything else.

Fancy football and playing from the back isn't going to cut the mustard in the situation we're in.

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