🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: “It Was Great for 5 Minutes”

11/10/2022 6comments  |  Jump to last

Paul returns to join Adam and Lyndon as they look back on Sunday's frustrating defeat to Manchester United, assess Frank Lampard's midfield options as well as the form of Idrissa Gueye and Anthony Gordon. They look ahead to a difficult assignment at Spurs before picking their favourite other goals from outside the box.


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Ste Traverse
1 Posted 14/10/2022 at 11:56:45
Talking of long range goals, I can't believe no-one mentioned the Rooney screamer against Arsenal in 2002. It was a stoppage-time winner as well against one of the best sides of the last 30 years. Definitely our most famous goal of the Premier League era.

Anyone who was there will never forget just how wild Goodison went at that moment.

Danny O’Neill
2 Posted 14/10/2022 at 14:01:15
Lyndon, your mention of a goal-scoring winger makes me think of Trevor Steven.

If Gray can get consistency, he can be a player. McNeil; give him time…

Lampard has rebuilt the spine. Now, we need the next steps.

Long-range goals? I guess it's generational and opinionated.

Graeme Sharp at Anfield closely followed by Andy King. I'll call out a less obvious one. The winner against Luton at Villa Park in the Semi-Final. It looked like it was almost scuffed originally but I think it was deliberate to put it in the bottom corner. I didn't really care. It went in and I was delirious.

Good call on the Jagielka hit. Tremendous strike and goal. Here's another random one, a rare Kevin Ratcliffe strike in front of the Kop courtesy of a Brucey balls-up.

I'm curious how Richarlison will react when he socres a consolation goal on Saturday.

Kieran Byrne
3 Posted 14/10/2022 at 15:19:27

I am enjoying the podcast, keep up the great work!!

My favourite outside-the-box goals are Sharp's at our former ground & also Jagielka's – what a bullet!!

Honourable mention to Osman vs Larissa, what a magic team goal & also McCall's in the FA Cup Final, great control & then what a volley!! Alas the joy was temporary, dammit!!

Tom Bowers
4 Posted 14/10/2022 at 15:59:38
Kieran, yes, yes, yes!

Sharp's volley at Anfield was tremendous and Jagielka's late equalizer will always remain in my memory.

Did you know that a now 40-year-old Jagielka scored last Saturday for Stoke?

Kieran Byrne
5 Posted 14/10/2022 at 23:51:21
Hi Tom;

Yes, I did hear that he's still playing at a good level too. Jags is/was underrated in my view as he was a rock for us for the better part of a decade and, although he didn't lift a trophy, that era had some great moments and memories!!

Tony Everan
6 Posted 18/10/2022 at 18:19:04
“It Was Great for 5 Minutes” ….I’ve heard that one before.

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