🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: The Blithe Acceptance of an Abject Performance

13/12/2022 8comments  |  Jump to last

Paul T, Adam and Lyndon are joined by Paul McParlan for his second appearance on the ToffeeWeb Podcast to chat about the World Cup in Qatar, the stakes for Everton and Frank Lampard when the season resumes in a fortnight, the 27 Campaign's plea to Farhad Moshiri, and the coldest matches we can recall attending.


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Geoff Lambert
1 Posted 13/12/2022 at 14:02:25
Coldest ever game I can remember was AZ Alkmar away. Never experienced anything like that befrore or since.
George Stuart
2 Posted 13/12/2022 at 20:53:42
Good to hear others feel Southgate is ordinary. I often feel that his teams achieve quite well by dint of the fact his players are quite good as individuals.
Derek Thomas
3 Posted 13/12/2022 at 21:22:00
Add in the BBC tag line for Belgium's new Manager search. They want a 'Serial Winner' by admission — not Martinez.

That should go Double for Everton, despite whatever Mr Kenwright might feel.

Ste Traverse
4 Posted 14/12/2022 at 15:21:05
That very cold night Barmby scored at Derby we didn't get beat, we actually won 1-0 which put us within touching distance of the top and had Sky proclaiming us 'title dark horses'.

The coldest match I recall attending was when we stuffed Man City 4-0 at Goodison when I was a kid in 1986 and Gary Lineker scored a hat-trick. It was baltic that night.

Dennis Stevens
5 Posted 14/12/2022 at 16:47:50
Coldest I've ever been at a match was in Utrecht, watching Netherlands beat San Marino in a World Cup qualifier - should have worn thermal undies!
Adam McCulloch
6 Posted 14/12/2022 at 17:21:34
Ste (4),

You're absolutely right. I had a look after the episode, because I also had in my mind the defeat at Pride Park where Andy Hinchliffe saw red. In mitigation, I was 7 years old and growing accustomed to a few disappointing away days!

David McMullen
7 Posted 16/12/2022 at 10:26:14
Coldest away at Middlesbro 4-2 defeat. 0-0 home v Man City in the early 1990s awful game too.

I think also 0-0 v Leicester at home a live game around New Year under Walter Smith. Another cold evening made worse by being a poor game.

Jeff Spiers
8 Posted 16/12/2022 at 15:43:04
Duncan Ferguson 1st game after leaving prison.

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