🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: ‘Down to the Wire’

24/05/2023 4comments  |  Jump to last

Paul, Andy, Adam and Lyndon review the drama of Everton's draw at Wolves that furnished the Blues with what could prove to be a crucial point in the battle to avoid relegation.

Then they look at the manager's options given all the injuries ahead of the final game looming against Bournemouth on Sunday.

Finally, they reminisce about prominent final days from the past, with those two last-day escapes in the 1990s featuring heavily, of course.


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John Raftery
1 Posted 24/05/2023 at 15:46:53
Mykolenko is expected to return on Sunday according to the club's website. Barring a goal at a set-piece, throwing Michael Keane up front may well be our best hope of scoring a goal.

Apart from the 3-0 v Palace, we have not scored more than one goal in a home game all season. Therefore a clean sheet seems essential.

Don Alexander
2 Posted 25/05/2023 at 00:43:59
But a clean-sheet does not assure survival this season and going one down is usually too much for our exorbitantly expensive dysfunctional squad - even when they're all "fit" by Finch Farm standards.
Simon Jones
3 Posted 25/05/2023 at 11:30:29
Is Barry Horne fit?
Neil Bowman
4 Posted 27/05/2023 at 22:26:48
Great podcast as always. Knowing other people are going through the same roller coaster of emotions and can articulate them so eloquently is one of only a few good thing to take from this season. Another was that I was at the Brighton game; first game I've been to since covid and I realised how much I was missing that togetherness only a match day feel can bring. Everyone going tomorrow need to act as one and most importantly and I know it sounds unusual given the circumstances; enjoy it! If you know your history our history...

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