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Lyndon, Adam and Ell discuss the gut punch that was Everton's heavy home defeat to Manchester United where the fires of protest against the points deduction by the Premier League were doused by Alejandro Garnacho's stunning overhead kick and two further goals from Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial.

They look ahead to the trip to the City Ground on Saturday which provides the Toffees with a quick opportunity to leverage their impressive away form and get three points on the board


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Dean Williams
1 Posted 30/11/2023 at 07:46:13
Please drop Ashley Old. He's not up to scratch at full-back.

What's the point in keeping Patterson on the bench? He might as well be the one making the mistakes and learning from them.

Dyche is very stubborn in what he thinks is right, ultimately to our detriment.

Danny Baily
2 Posted 30/11/2023 at 08:59:08
Young's positive contributions tend to be made further up the field. Perhaps interchanging McNeil and Young out wide might bring the best out of the former.
John Raftery
3 Posted 08/12/2023 at 16:35:50
Dean (1) I presume your comments are designed to wind people up. There is a reason Ashley Young is in a successful Everton team. Composure.

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