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Adam, Lyndon and Paul jumped on for a rare match reaction pod to bask in the warm glow of Everton’s 3-0 win over Newcastle at a bouncing Goodison Park.

There were early Christmas presents from Kieran Trippier for his former boss, Sean Dyche, Anthony Gordon was booed relentlessly and displayed all the end product of… well Anthony Gordon… Beto scored his first Premier League goal and were it not for that infamous points deduction the Toffees would be in the top half.


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Danny O’Neill
1 Posted 09/12/2023 at 13:10:34
Dwight McNeil is a talent. As well as bursting the net in front of the Gwladys Street, he practically beat Brighton on his own last season. Doucoure gets goals. Beto; a bully who will cause defences problems. Now he's had his first goal, his Andy Gray moment, who knows where he can go?

A relatively young squad. Patterson, Branthwaite, Mykolenko. McNeil, Onana, Garner. Even Calvert-Lewin is not exactly over the hill. Beto the bulldozer is only 25.

Backed up by the experience of Pickford, Seamus, Gueye and dare I say Ashley Young who looked better in a more forward position?

Goodison. There's no place like it under the lights. I was tucked up in the corner of the Upper Gwladys, close to the Upper Bullens. Fantastic electric atmosphere.

Wirral? Excuse my French, but no other explanation. Shithouses. What do they think we are?

Energy, determination, passion and commitment throughout the match. I didn't feel threatened by Newcastle.

1983? Dare we think it?

Backs to the walls. That's when you come out fighting. Fight Everton.

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