Paul, Adam and Lyndon discuss Everton's contrasting fortunes against Burnley and United, dare to muster some optimism for the visit of Leicester in a week's time, chat about the departure from the Academy and the latest stadium news before finishing off by picking their favourite Toffees loan player.
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1 Posted 14/04/2022 at 14:07:31
Really didnt know what to think of this week: it seemed inconceivable that we could end the week in a better position than we ended it after we lost to Burnley.yet arguably we have.
Also, as Frank said (abs Lyndon alludes to), its not fair to question the character of the players after that result v United. Theres clearly been something else at play.
Hence great to hear from fellow Evertonians. Agree that DCL isnt fully fit. Again, some fans question his commitment but hes probably come back earlier than he should so he can help out.
Thanks for the balanced views on Rhino. Actually think hes been given a bum ride by Evertonians but theres another thread for that.
Nice views on Iwobi and Mykolenko (not Zinchencko!!!).
Lovely to be collectively feeling more positive in general and agree with the views that it would have been great to have given Lamps a longer tenure.
NB: Not sure why Adam keeps saying ‘you know…is it still nerves on the 10th pod? Surprising. Must be well over 50 times!
Excellent contributions and its rapidly becoming one of the highlights of my week. Thanks gents.
2 Posted 15/04/2022 at 01:35:41
Errm You Know Show..
3 Posted 15/04/2022 at 16:10:49
Glad to see the site posting a regular pod.
4 Posted 17/04/2022 at 23:29:12
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