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On the 100th episode of the podcast, Lyndon, Paul and Andy discuss Nottingham Forest's controversially low points deduction and how it compares to Everton's treatment by the original independent commission and then the Appeal Board.

They discuss the state of the Toffees on the pitch following the defeat to Manchester United and, over the course of an hour's chat, talk themselves around to some optimism around Everton's run-in.


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Derek Thomas
1 Posted 19/03/2024 at 01:22:44
Sooner the whole thing disappears round the U bend the better.
Mark Murphy
2 Posted 19/03/2024 at 09:08:36
Listening to this now - good stuff.
I have a feeling that Danjuma is going to play a big part in this finish.
I predict 15 points from the last 10 games.
Jack Convery
3 Posted 19/03/2024 at 13:45:49
Just listened to the TW Podcast.

I love your optimism guys - can I buy some ?

Bournemouth (A)
Newcastle (A)
Burnley (H)
Chelsea (A)
Nottingham Forest (H)
Brentford (H)
Liverpool (H)
Luton Town (A)
Sheffield United (H)
Arsenal (A)

On current form.
Arsenal and the RS = Nil Points.
Brentford, Forest, Burnley and Sheff Utd at home = 5 points
Luton, Chelsea, Bournemouth and Newcastle Away = 4 points.

34 points before deductions - going to be close and will end up being judged after the season ends. Anyway whatever happens we'll have gained great experience, on how to play in the Dock.

Danny O’Neill
4 Posted 19/03/2024 at 20:27:19
Win games. It's as simple as that. Then they can't hurt us.

Good listen gents.

There are points out there and I don't for one minute believe with can't beat them. No fear Everton.

The only one I would write off would be Arsenal on the last day as we always get battered there. But we will be safe by then.

Anyway, Bournemouth first. You can only fight what is in front of you.

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