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We’re six mates talking all things Liverpool FC & Everton FC on our football podcast;

“Across The Park”

Three Reds & three Blues, having in-depth debates on all of the current affairs affecting our clubs
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Episode 29 - Season 2019/20

Episode 29 - Season 2019/20

2020-02-1701:23:39

The latest episode of Across The Park podcast begins with Gary and Terry reviewing the hard fought victory away at Norwich, in which Sadio Mane returned from his injury lay off to come off the bench and win the game. Terry and Gary are questioned about the futures of Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita after another underwhelming display from both. Manchester City’s potential European football ban is then discussed, which increases the chances of Everton qualifying for the Champions League, a possibility which seemed unthinkable no less than a month ago! Liverpool’s return to Madrid is then previewed as the Reds meet Atletico Madrid in the first leg of the last 16 of the Champions league on Tuesday. Judgy and Craig then look forward to Everton’s home game against a resurgent Arsenal on Sunday which gives the blues the chance to close the gap further on the top 6. The episode concludes with the lads previewing Liverpool’s home game against David Moyes’ West Ham on Monday night, before tackling some interesting questions from listeners.
Episode 28 - Season 2019/20

Episode 28 - Season 2019/20

2020-02-1001:18:26

Episode 28 starts with Terry briefly reviewing Liverpool’s victory against Shrewsbury in which the young players once again came out of the game with enormous credit. Judgy and Craig look back over Everton’s 3-1 victory over Crystal Palace, with Richarlison once again taking the credit with another match winning performance and Morgan Schneiderlin coming in for some praise after his recent upturn in form. The focus turns to this weekend as Liverpool travel to Norwich at 5.30 on Saturday with Terry expecting another three points despite the positive performance that Norwich produced at Anfield at the start of the season. There are a couple of interesting questions to conclude the episode including whether Everton should give Liverpool a guard of honour at Goodison, should circumstances dictate this.
Episode 27 - Season 2019/20

Episode 27 - Season 2019/20

2020-02-0301:28:26

Episode 27 sees the lads return to the usual format of one show for the week. The blues kick the show off by reviewing Everton’s terrific come back away at Watford, with the blues two nil down at one point and down to 10 men whilst the game was tied at 2-2. The display leaves Judgy and Craig wondering whether the current displays and resurgence represents the potential of this team or whether we’re seeing a “new manager bounce”. Terry and Gary look back at a “game of two halves” against Southampton as they eventually ran out 4-0 convincing winners after an emphatic second half display. The lads tackle questions about Grealish as a potential summer signing for either side and whether Henderson has the potential to be PFA player of the year before the upcoming weeks games. Liverpool’s young players take the pitch against Shrewsbury tomorrow with the first team away on a winter break. Gary and Terry are looking forward to the game and seeing what the “kids” can produce but both are relaxed about the potential outcome. The blues meanwhile look forward to another Premier league game on Saturday at 12.30 against Crystal Palace with both Judgy and Craig confident that Everton’s good run can continue.
The second instalment of episode 26, sees Terry and Craig discussing the weeks action, which starts with Terry reviewing Liverpool's comfortable 2-0 victory over West Ham on Wednesday night. Attention then turns to the weekend's upcoming games, with Craig discussing the likely team we'll see from Everton as they travel away to a resurgent Watford, before Terry discusses Liverpool's home game against Southampton. The episode is rounded out with a quick chat on the latest transfer window news, with the main story being the news of a potential £85m bid from Barcelona for Everton's Richarlison. 
Episode 26 of Across The Park Podcast immediately followed Liverpool's 2-2 draw away to Shrewsbury in FA Cup, with the League 1 side unexpectedly coming from 2 goals behind the force a reply at Anfield. This game, as well as the extraordinary comments from Klopp following the game, are discussed by the lads with Terry defending his stance and Judgy accusing Klopp of arrogance and of "bringing the game into disrepute". Prior to this, the lads review the previous week's midweek games, with Everton throwing away 2 goal lead in the dying minutes of injury time and Liverpool battling to a 2-1 win against Wolves, despite being second best for most of the game. The episode is concluded with Terry and Phil previewing Liverpool's trip to West Ham on Wednesday, with both predicting another comfortable win. There will be another podcast (part 2) released later in the week to preview this weekend's fixtures, stay tuned for that one!
Episode 25 - Season 2019/20

Episode 25 - Season 2019/20

2020-01-2001:35:19

Episode 25 of this season starts with a preview of Everton’s fairly stale 1-1 draw away to West Ham, which was a tale of two set pieces. Liverpool’s massive 2-0 home win against rivals Manchester United is then reviewed, where VAR once again took centre stage and despite his goal, Salah’s form is questioned by Terry. Judgy and Craig look ahead to Everton’s home game against Newcastle, who they play for the second time in a month on Tuesday, whilst the reds travel away to Wolves on Thursday for their own reverse fixture. The Reds also look forward to a trip to Shrewsbury in the FA Cup on Sunday, which will most likely see Liverpool’s youngsters given another opportunity to shine.
Episode 24 - Season 2019/20

Episode 24 - Season 2019/20

2020-01-1301:19:031

Episode 24 of this season is the first “regular” episode of the podcast for 2020 with one game to review and one game to preview for both teams. Judgy is the solo blue on this episode who, with the help of the reds, runs the rule over the laboured 1-0 victory over Brighton at Goodison on Saturday. The reds then look back at their vital and record breaking 1-0 win over Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham, with both Terry and Gary reflecting on the potential negative impact of the rest that their first team players had coming into the game. The episode is closed with Judgy previewing Everton’s trip to David Moyes’ West Ham on Saturday and the reds previewing the huge home game to Manchester United at 4.30pm on Sunday
Episode 23 - Season 2019/20

Episode 23 - Season 2019/20

2020-01-0601:33:31

Episode 23 is naturally dominated by the fall out from the FA Cup Merseyside derby which took place the day before this episode on Sunday. Prior to this game being reviewed, the lads look back at both teams previous games where the blues lost out 2-1 away to Manchester City and Liverpool beat Sheffield United comfortably 2-0. As the lads move onto the derby, Craig and Judgy are still in disbelief at the ease in which Liverpool’s young, second string side beat Everton and berate the misses which gave Liverpool’s young team the initiative. The reds are meanwhile are overjoyed by the way in which their youngsters took to the task in such a pressurised game and are excited by the prospect of their up and coming talents. The episode closes, as always, by previewing this weekends fixtures with both sides playing on Saturday. Everton take on Brighton at home at 3pm and Liverpool travel to Tottenham in the late kick off at 5.30pm.
Episode 22 - Season 2019/20

Episode 22 - Season 2019/20

2019-12-3002:01:53

The last episode of 2019 for the Across The Park podcast is a highly positive one with both sides recording back to back victories over the Christmas period. The Blues are buzzing after Ancelotti’s first two games in charge. A 1-0 win over Burnley at home and a 2-1 victory away at Newcastle has Judgy and Craig heaping praise on several players including Djibril Sidibe, Bernard and Dominic Calvert-Lewin, whilst the managers tactical flexibility and experience are already impressing the Blues. The Reds are equally as enthusiastic after their team dismantled nearest challengers Leicester, 4-0 on Boxing Day and battled through a tough game against Wolves at home, with a 1-0 win. Alexander Arnold’s contribution against Leicester has the Reds comparing his rise and attacking output with the great Cafu! Both sides of the park review the year of 2019, by reflecting on their high and low moments, before the lads select their teams of the decade (2010-2019). There are upcoming fixtures for both sides at the beginning of the new year, with Everton travelling to Man City on New Year’s Day at 5.30pm and Liverpool entertaining stubborn but high flying newcomers Sheffield United on 2nd January at 8pm. Both of these games are previewed before the episode is finished off with a look towards the FA Cup derby game, on Sunday 5th January at 4.00pm at Anfield.
Judgy and Gary were invited down to Everton HQ to chat with massive blues and musicians, Keith Mullen (formerly of the Farm) and Paul Mason. The guys were joined by Careena Duffy from Everton in the Community, who was unstumental in the production of the widely acclaimed “Howard’s way”. Keith and Paul worked on producing the score for the Everton production and have subsequently released a single, “Everton Forever” which is now climbing the iTunes charts. This 30 minute chat is a brilliant insight into the production of Howards way, the score that made the documentary so powerful and most significantly, the impact that Everton in the Community have had as part of the project. PLEASE BUY THE SINGLE and get “Everton Forever” to number 1 this Christmas!!
Episode 20 - Season 2019/20

Episode 20 - Season 2019/20

2019-12-1601:15:29

The latest episode of Across The Park kicks off with the review of Liverpool’s 2-0 home win against Watford, which with two goals, saw the return to form of Mo Salah and Everton’s well earned 1-1 draw away to United which maintained Duncan Ferguson’s unbeaten run as caretaker manager. The lads preview a host of upcoming games this week, with the reds struggling to discuss in any real depth their two games, a Carabao cup tie against Aston Villa, involving the youth team and the first game of their Club World Cup campaign against Mexican opponents, Monterrey, in the semi-final! Judgy previews Everton’s massive league cup game against Leicester on Wednesday and with Liverpool not in Premier League action, the final preview is a brief look ahead to Everton's home game against Arsenal. To close off this weeks episode, the lads discuss the fantastic work that is being done by EITC and encourage all blues to buy the single “Forever Everton”, to help get the single to Christmas number one and also raise vital funds for the charity and their fantastic work.
ATP panellist Gary with his brother Marc on the back of the first Merseyside Derby of the season.
The latest episode of Across The Park podcast is also a preview for the Derby game on Wednesday at Anfield! Liverpool go into the game after beating Brighton at home 2-1 with Allison being sent off and the reds conceding in bizarre fashion. The reds review that game, before the blues reflect on the agonising last minute goal which Everton conceded in their 2-1 defeat to Leicester, after VAR overruled the linesman's offside decision. Both sides engage in the usual pre Derby banter with the blues in hopeful mood and the reds very confident going into the 234th Merseyside derby at Anfield. The show closes with the blues looking briefly ahead to their Saturday, 12.30 KO against Chelsea at Goodison, whilst the reds look ahead to their trip to Bournemouth at 3pm on Saturday.
Episode 17 - Season 2019/20

Episode 17 - Season 2019/20

2019-11-2501:15:48

Episode 17 sees the blues in very different mood to the reds, once again! The reds; Terry and Gary reflect on another victory away to Crystal Palace, in what was a difficult afternoon, requiring another late winner. Meanwhile the blues, Millsy, Judgy and Craig are pondering which manager to turn to following a poor 0-2 home defeat to newly promoted Norwich at Goodison, which seems to leave Marco Silva's position as untenable. Both sides briefly preview the upcoming games this week with Liverpool entertaining Napoli in the Champions League, before hosting Brighton on Saturday at 3pm. The blues meanwhile, look ahead to a daunting task travelling to Leicester, live on Sky Sports at 4.30pm on Sunday.
Episode 16 - Season 2019/20

Episode 16 - Season 2019/20

2019-11-1801:20:05

With no games to review due to the international break, episode 16 kicks off with the blues reviewing "Howard's way", a film spanning the successful Everton era of the 1980's. The lads then briefly discuss the women's derby game which was played in front of 20,000 fans at Anfield and resulted in a 1-0 win to Everton ladies. The reds preview the up and coming trip to Selhurst Park on Saturday, with doubts over both Andy Robertson and Mohammed Salah causing some concern for Terry and Gary and also raising the suggestion of Trent Alexander Arnold playing higher up the pitch. The show is concluded with the blues looking ahead to another "must win" game, at home to struggling Norwich, with both Judgy and Craig lavishing praise on homegrown Tom Davies, for his recent performances and his newly found importance to this Everton side.
Episode 15 - Season 2019/20

Episode 15 - Season 2019/20

2019-11-1101:19:25

Episode 15 starts with the reds looking back and analysing an important week for Liverpool, with victories at home to Genk in the Champions League possibly making qualification for the last 16 easier, going into a crowded December, as well as a massive win at home to Manchester City in the Premier League, to open up an 8 point lead at the top of the table. Everton's first away victory since March is then reviewed, as Millsy talks about a game of two halves in which Everton's first half dominance but lack of ability to put the game to bed, almost cost all 3 points, with a resurgent 2nd half Southampton performance. The lads close out the episode tackling some social media feedback, first on Marcel Brands and the job he's doing as Director of football, before the reds give their view on a listener pointing out how Philippe Coutinho's exit, has ultimately turned into a positive for this Liverpool team
Episode 14 - Season 2019/20

Episode 14 - Season 2019/20

2019-11-0402:04:45

Tonight sees a full schedule as the lads sit down to discuss an eventful week for both sides.... the episode kicks off with Terry and regular guest panelist, Marc, discussing Liverpool's last ditch win over Aston Villa on Saturday at 3pm. Liverpool's Champions League game against Genk is then previewed, before the episode moves onto the blues with Judgy & Craig covering Everton's 1-1 draw with Spurs which was littered with controversy. VAR is given a good going over, as the complaints about the system continue to make the headlines. One of the listeners weighs in with a valid suggestion to improve the confusion of VAR, before the episode rounds out with a preview of Everton's away trip to Southampton and Liverpool's huge  game with Man City on Sunday at 4.30pm
Episode 13 - Season 2019/20

Episode 13 - Season 2019/20

2019-10-2801:38:12

Episode 13 sees the blues, Judgy and Millsy attempt to pick apart Everton's collapse at Brighton on Saturday. Both are in agreement that the recent run is unacceptable yet there is debate as to where the blame lies! The reds on the other hand are once again in buoyant mood after coming back from one goal down to beat Spurs at Anfield with Jordan Henderson, much criticised in the past on the Podcast, coming up with a vital goal. The reds discuss the midfield again, as well as stewing over the defence, which again looked suspect against Spurs. Both sides have tricky Carabao Cup ties in the week with Everton entertaining Watford on Tuesday and Liverpool hosting Arsenal on Wednesday. These respective ties are previewed before a look ahead to next weekends league fixtures, with Liverpool travelling to Aston Villa on Saturday and Everton hosting Spurs on the Sunday at 4.30pm.
On this episode of ATP extra we were delighted to be invited down Everton's training ground; USM Finch Farm, to sit down with Everton legend and current club ambassador; Ian Snodin. As always on the extra shows, we took "Snods" through the timeline of his Everton career, discussing everything from turning down Kenny Dalglish's Liverpool in 1987, to his role in fighting to keep the club in the top flight in that famous match against Wimbledon in 1994. Snods took us behind the scenes as he told us in detail, about the negotiations between Leeds and Everton (and Liverpool) which seen him holding a championship winners medal, just 5 months later. We learned of the celebrations which followed the infamous victory at Norwich in 1987, which ended in Snods being half naked, being assisted home by his Mrs! The episode includes Snods' thoughts on the break up of the 80s side and their replacements, Colin Harvey, Howard Kendall and Mike Walker. Judgy and Millsy were on the edge of their seats as Snods passionately rolled back the years and recalled memories and stories that will have Evertonians in stitches, whilst brimming with pride.  Snods raps up by telling us of his pain in leaving Everton but why it was the right decision for all parties. Blues.....  Enjoy and get ready to be in stitches!
Episode 12 - Season 2019/20

Episode 12 - Season 2019/20

2019-10-2101:33:44

Episode 12 sees the blues, Millsy and Craig, start off the show by discussing their long overdue victory at home to West Ham and how Marco Silva's changes benefitted the performance. The reds, Terry and Gary, then give their views on Liverpool’s first dropped points of the season, away at Old Trafford, with the team and approach under question. There are a couple of good social media questions for the lads to tackle, before they move on to previewing the upcoming games; Genk away on Wednesday in the Champions League for Liverpool, followed by Spurs at home on Sunday and a trip to Brighton for Everton on Saturday, as they look to build on their 2-0 home win last weekend
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Comments (5)

Ste Astley

seeing as we've won it 6 times u should get a mate of mine ste mono a week known kopites who's been to all 9 finals as well as as over 100 European games he'll have some great stories

Jun 4th
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Ste Astley

I'd defo bring cotiniho back were not in a position to knock back quality players and it would give us more options as soon as be scored a few goals all would be forgiven

Mar 5th
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Ste Astley

well done boys this got me right in The mood for sunday keep up the good work

Mar 1st
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Ste Astley

well done boys first ones to address the hboro songs issue .totally agree with all your comments 👍👍

Dec 5th
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Ste Astley

be interesting if any of the lads condemn the disgusting victim songs from the Everton fans ..doubt it

Dec 3rd
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