🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: ‘Nobody Wants that Last-Day Drama’

30/03/2023 6comments  |  Jump to last

Paul McParlan joins Adam, Lyndon and Paul T. to discuss the home game against unsettled Spurs and the 10-game run-in to the end of the season in general where, hopefully, Everton are well clear of danger before crunch time comes.

They predict whether the Blues will stay up and who gets relegated before pondering the hypothetical scenario where the independent commission hands the club a transfer embargo.


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Danny O’Neill
1 Posted 01/04/2023 at 10:11:54
The difference in this group of players is that they show resilience. Even if we go behind, they don't give in.

It's important that the supporters do the same as they did at Stamford Bridge.

We don't need to fear Tottenham. We don't need to fear anyone at Goodison Park, or anywhere else for that matter.

We can get 4 points from the next two games. I don't know which way around, but 4 points.

I don't care for Richarlison and whether he scores or not. I liked him and wish him well in his career, but he doesn't play for Everton any more. If he breaks his duck, we score 2.

The discussion on Lukaku is interesting. I know it isn't a reflection of the majority of opinions, but hearing the constant criticism by many of Romelu because he apparently didn't track back, had a poor touch and was lazy.

He's a striker. He scores goals. Lineker couldn't tackle, go past a man or pass the ball, but he scored goals.

Simon Jones
2 Posted 05/04/2023 at 18:13:14
Just a word on signings, given a number of our games under Lampard were lost to the odd goal and we had chances that were not converted in those games, just imagine if Maupay had scored 6 or even 8 goals this season. We'd likely have at least 6 more points and more importantly, wouldn't have given those points to other teams in and around our current league position.

Had we scored first against Villa the other week, I don't believe we are losing that game 2-0. The margins at the bottom of the league are very tight this season. We don't need a miracle signing, just a striker who might sneak double figures over a season.

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