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Paul and Lyndon chat about a second Everton away win in the space of four days after the cup win at Villa Park that throws up a number of selection options for Sean Dyche ahead of the weekend visit of Luton.

They laud the manager and the players for that result and discuss the options for Wednesday's League Cup tie at Villa


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Ben King
1 Posted 30/09/2023 at 13:12:14
Thanks for the pod gents

They’re always so much better after a win eh?!! 😜

So good to finally beat Villa….and on their own patch. It’s been a while….

C’mon you blues!!

Ben King
2 Posted 30/09/2023 at 23:48:22
They'll have to work very hard to bring me back in, in terms of belief. The flippin regular capitulation is beyond embarrassing, it's absolutely disgraceful.

Dyche came here with his Burnley teams and literally footballed us off the pitch. But Dyche can't win at Goodison with us.

Young plays for a Villa team that regularly turns us over but has been culpable for at least 3 goals this season. Yes, I believe he could have done much better on the first goal today.

Tarkowski solidified a Burnley back line but can't keep a clean sheet for Everton this season.

I can't be bothered to list every player aside from to say that Beto has to score his header if he's a Premier League striker. He doesn't even hit the target!!!! Have we been sold a muscular dud??? Hard to believe otherwise right now…


Danny O’Neill
3 Posted 01/10/2023 at 09:55:53
A bit late to this one and licking my wounds after yesterday's results.

Always a good listen and they do keep bringing us back. They'll never keep me away. Only the trains strikes do.

The performance against a strong Villa side (despite what some say) was great to watch.

The 4,500 travelling support great to be amongst.

Keep up this level of performance and we'll be fine.

Thank you for the listen. Keep them coming. I volunteer to be a guest speaker!!!

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