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Paul Traill, Andy Howard, Adam McCulloch and Lyndon Lloyd express their shared concern over Everton's lack of goals and inability to put games to bed which is keeping them mired in trouble near the bottom and at the mercy of the next Independent Commission

The team then finds out what happens when the host gets kicked out of the recording session and can't get back in, at which point the remaining team members look ahead to Saturday's trip to Old Trafford where the Blues need something out of the ordinary to end this long winless run.


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Mark Murphy
1 Posted 06/03/2024 at 07:17:03
If this was recorded on 5th March why is it looking forward to the West Ham game on the 2nd March??
Michael Kenrick
2 Posted 06/03/2024 at 09:33:16
Hi Mark,

Looks like that's retro text from the article featuring last week's podcast which has not been edited out. Lyndon copies the last one and uses it as a template for the new one.

He's probably done for the day, and I haven't listened yet, but it probably should refer to the upcoming test at Old Trafford, I expect.

Mark Murphy
3 Posted 06/03/2024 at 10:22:20
Ahhh - yes, that makes sense!

I'll listen to it now then.

Thanks, Michael

John Raftery
4 Posted 06/03/2024 at 17:34:26
I agree, the away games may offer the best hope of getting back on track.
Mark Murphy
5 Posted 06/03/2024 at 18:12:29
Having listened to it now, Andy totally mirrored my feelings following the match. I was totally and utterly in despair, far worse than I can remember.

I spoke with Danny O today as he read my morose post on TW and said the same to him. I've lived through six decades of Everton and usually get over defeats within 12 hours (or 4 pints, whichever comes first) but this time is different.

I'm still in a state of resigned dismay that we couldn't even win a match that we were comfortably on top of and against an opposition that looked definitely less potent than us. It's one step forward, ten steps back with us.

I just cannot get my head around how Everton, for the last umpteen years, have become just so unsurprisingly pedestrian and irrelevant to everyone but our own fans. We're cursed.

Lyndon Lloyd
6 Posted 06/03/2024 at 20:30:46
Sorry, Mark, I left a sentence in there from last week's pod in my haste. The fellas obviously discuss the United game after the system kicked me out.
Mark Murphy
7 Posted 06/03/2024 at 21:42:48
No problem, Lyndon.

I always enjoy these – keep up the good work.

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