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Royal Blue: The Everton FC Podcast

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Everton FC podcasts from the Liverpool ECHO, including our main Royal Blue show with Phil Kirkbride, Dave Prentice, Adam Jones, Sam Carroll, Chris Beesley, Paul Wheelock and Gavin Buckland, the Alan Myers Everton Podcast, and View from the Gwladys Street with Ian Croll.

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Controversy has dominated the conversation around Everton over the past week. The club's draw with Spurs might be a good few days gone now, but the ramifications of that match are still being felt. Phil Kirkbride is joined by David Prentice, Gavin Buckland and Adam Jones to discuss all of those - including a decision to rescind Heung-Min Son's red card for a foul on Andre Gomes. The narrative to that incident in the wider media is also discussed - as of course is VAR and whether Marco Silva should be more angry about decisions going against his side. And there's the little matter of a match against Southampton to preview, and our panel talk about whether this is a must-win game for the boss or not. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Plenty of questions to be read out and answered in the latest Agenda podcast. Ian Croll and Connor O’Neill sit down and get through as many as possible. Richarlison, Gomes, Silva, Moyes, VAR, Tom Davies and Cenk Tosun are all hot topics. It’s never a dull day as an Evertonian and this week has been no different.Plenty to discuss...  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Everton legend Derek Mountfield makes a guest appearance alongside ECHO Head of Sport David Prentice and host Chris Beesley in a Royal Blue podcast special.Looking forward to getting back together with his team-mates from the most-successful season in Everton's history for the first time in more than three decades at the St George's Hall showing of new film Howard's Way which pays tribute to the glorious 1984/85 campaign, Derek regales us with a mountain of magical memories as towering as one of his trademark headers which were the backbone of the centre-half's 14 goals that term as he and his pals enjoyed the best year of their lives.A lifelong Blue who lived the dream of turning out for his boyhood heroes during their finest hour, Mountfield recalls in vivid detail many of the pivotal moments from his time at Goodison Park and speaks candidly on how Marco Silva's current side have struggled to live up to such ideals.He also explains his own role in the film which involved him clambering up into his loft to unearth a treasure trove of Everton artefacts and speaks about finally lifting the lid on living with epilepsy – a condition that he and his employers kept secret from the public throughout his playing career but which he suspects may have ultimately curtailed his time at the Blues. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
A difficult game for the Blues against Spurs turned into a nightmare as arguably Everton’s best midfielder, Andre Gomes suffered a nightmare injury leaving his season in tatters. If things couldn’t get any worse, VAR was up to its old tricks again. Yes, Sunday will be one to remember, but for all the wrong reasons. This week’s fan podcast sees host Ian Croll joined by guests, Ben Crawford and Tom Clarke as they look back at a torrid afternoon at Goodison Park. The Son tackle, the Andre Gomes injury, the farce that has become VAR. We haven’t even got to the footballing side of things yet. Everton’s performance wasn’t the best, but to take a positive, Marco Silva’s men didn’t lose the game taking a point in the last minute with a Cenk Tosun header. Marco Silva was visible shaken in his post-match press conference and the lads question whether he has the fight to take Everton forward. Where do Everton go from here? The immediate answer is Southampton away, but what does Marco Silva do with his team selection and how does he lift his players? All that and plenty more in this week’s fan show. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Sam Carroll, Adam Jones and Paul Wheelock look back on an incident-packed, and ultimately, very sad afternoon at Goodison Park in the latest Royal Blue podcast. Andre Gomes’ season-ending injury, plus VAR and the performance of referee Martin Atkinson, dominate before talk turns to Everton’s display itself against Tottenham Hotspur, and where the 1-1 draw leaves Marco Silva. Also on the agenda is the resurgence of Tom Davies and what happens next for Cenk Tosun after his last-gasp equaliser.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
A win is a win, and that's exactly what Everton managed on Tuesday night against Watford. It might not have been pretty on occasion, but the Blues got through to the next round and secured a tie against Leicester City in mid-December thanks to goals from Mason Holgate and Richarlison. And the former of those is at the centre of an interesting discussion for our podcast panel. Phil Kirkbride is joined by Dave Prentice, Sam Carroll and Adam Jones to review the win over Watford, the upcoming Carabao Cup tie and what is a crucial game against Spurs this weekend. With discussion on the centre-back conundrum, Moise Kean and the small matter of a mini-Merseyside Derby to boot, this is a jam-packed episode - enjoy! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Everton’s performance this week in the Carabao Cup was certainly not the most eye-catching display but a win is a win and Everton being in the hat for the next round is the most important thing.A quarter-final spot awaits Everton in December and who knows what a victory in the next round could lead to if the Blues can strike up some consistency. In this week’s fan podcast, the lads look back over the Watford win and preview what comes next for Marco Silva’s men. Spurs head to Goodison Park having not won an away game in the Premier League since February. Three points surely nailed on for Everton then?Other topics on the agenda include Moise Kean and how he is being managed by Marco Silva, Yerry Mina and his frustrating injury record – plus Richarlison and where he is most effective. Host, Ian Croll and guests Rob Astell and Stuey Carroll are in for the latest show. Enjoy For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
After a good performance against West Ham, things came crashing down to earth for Everton this weekend.And VAR was unfortunately at the centre of it.Adam Jones is joined by Sam Carroll, Dave Prentice and Gavin Buckland to discuss the controversial decision which changed the Blues' match against Brighton, and everything else that went wrong on the south coast.The lads also preview what is a crucial Carabao Cup game against Watford and what changes Marco Silva needs to make to get a result out of his side; For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
A demoralising defeat away to Brighton has left Everton back at square one.After so much promise and positivity following the West Ham win, Marco Silva’s men let a 2-1 lead slip into a 3-2 defeat. Plenty of mitigating circumstances surround the defeat of course but regardless of that, it’s yet another away defeat for Marco Silva and another occasion when his team has failed to come back from a losing position.There are a number of interesting question submissions in this week’s Agenda show. Give it a listen as Ian Croll and Connor O’Neill react to the Brighton defeat and preview the Watford EFL Cup game. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Can Everton secure their first back-to-back wins of the season?That's the question facing Marco Silva at the minute as he prepares to take the Blues down to Brighton for what will be a crucial game on Saturday.Last weekend's win over West Ham was certainly promising, but it's now time to turn that into a string of positive results.But, with Fabian Delph and Morgan Schneiderlin returning, will the boss be tempted to change? And how will a potential injury to Yerry Mina affect things?Phil Kirkbride, Adam Jones and Gav Buckland sit down to talk about exactly that - while also discussing the battle for right back and how to get the best out of Richarlison. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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