🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: ‘Knee-Deep & Fully Invested’

10/08/2023 5comments  |  Jump to last

Rodger Armstrong joins Andy, Paul and Lyndon as the podcast crew look ahead to the kick-off of Everton's Premier League season when they take on Fulham at Goodison Park.

The fellas predict who will be the top goalscorer in the side as well as the Blues' final points tally and where that means they'll will finish come next May.


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Ben King
1 Posted 10/08/2023 at 12:58:50
Thanks, gents.

Could you be the only section of the fan base that believes Maupay could score (1 or 2!!!!) on Saturday???

Love the optimism.

I can't believe we go into that game without a recognised proven striker. Sad times. The squad is already very stretched.

Jay Harris
2 Posted 10/08/2023 at 17:50:25
Interesting listen, just like the conversations we are all having now, hoping for the best, tinged with realism that if we don't keep Calvert-Lewin fit and get reinforcements in we may struggle again.

My guess tinged with bias is that we will finish 9th to 14th and Calvert-Lewin will be our top scorer.

3 to go down Luton, Wolves and Sheff Utd with Bournemouth, Forest and Palace all in the mix.

Add West Ham to that if they lose Moyes and don't make additions.

John Raftery
3 Posted 10/08/2023 at 18:52:38
1-0 to the Everton will be our refrain. Clean sheets are obviously essential unless or until Dyche is able to create a strike force laden with goals and assists.

In the latter regard, he may yet be able to strengthen the attack with additional pace and quality. If not, he has already demonstrated an ability to deliver enough positive results home and away to keep us out of trouble.

Unlike the podcast crew, I was quite impressed with Branthwaite last Saturday. He came on after half-time and brought greater composure than Godfrey offered in the first half.

The question is whether or not Dyche has seen enough to trust him in the opening match. I suspect not. That probably means Michael Keane will start.

Don Alexander
4 Posted 12/08/2023 at 2023/08/12 : 07:27:19
Tonight, we all sit here hoping for the best results in the season to come. Such hope is endemic to all supporters in every club.

And yet the question must surely be asked as to when slavish hope is used by those now in charge of our club, the club we fans all adore, to continue to sustain their incompetence and malfeasance through our 100%-take-for-granted slavish support that we have for decades provided to our club?

Our fans' hope now at best seems to amount to having the new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock operational in a year's time, but its purchase price remains an obscure mystery, likely impacting hugely on our club for years to come in terms of purchasing players.

In the meantime, we're all slavishly expected to pay appreciably more at the new stadium to watch what's very likely to be the mundane football Moshiri has spent half-a-billion plus to acquire, that acquisition being easily enough to call into question the ongoing existence of our club to remain viable in the Premier League.

You couldn't make it up!

In the meantime, let's slavishly support Danjuma, Young, Chermiti and the rest of them, eh?

It's what Moshiri and Kenwright depend on as they enter the eighth season of their “three-year-project-to-achieve-permanent-glory”.

What's not to like?

Tony Abrahams
5 Posted 12/08/2023 at 09:05:15
You know what’s not to like Don.

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