Talking the Blues Podcast, Brighton HA (h), Dyche, Dein and destiny

Welcome to this week’s Talking the Blues podcast with George and Andy Costigan. Apologies for the delay in publishing this week.

We look back on the 1-1 home draw with Brighton which post match seemed to split opion among Evertonians. We look at whether Saturday was a blueprint for the rest of the season, an example of Dyche’s pragmatism or something entirely different?

We catch up with the off field news, question David Dein’s appearance and of course, the latest media reports on 777, their latest goings-on and their financials

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  1. I said on my own report that we didn’t have enough control in midfield. That is where you win or lose games.

    On the changes, I too thought it needed changing, but didn’t know what we had to be honest. For years now, we’ve had a decent 12-14, but beyond that we’re down to the bones.

    Going the match? I just enjoy it despite what is sometimes served up. He might not be on the pitch anymore, but the spirit of Sheedy from my childhood still lives on and drives me to believe.

    Over the years, we have had those silky players with god blessed skills, but they also knew how to work hard. Apart from Sheedy. He could walk on water and play in slow motion with his vision!

    He’s not my type of manager and not my choice, but I admire how Dyche has managed the team through a difficult period. I think he has protected them well from the circus around them and kept them focussed.

    On that note, the last thing we should be talking about is change right now. Let that happen at the top, not close to the pitch. For now, put a stop to the managerial revolving door that has been Everton.

    Newcastle is definitely the worst. Up in the gods; it makes the Top Balcony feel close to the pitch. An those steps to get to the away section. About 190 of them. The poor gent I walked up with last time out had to keep stopping to take a breath!

  2. There’s every chance that Moshiri recommended to 777 that they take on Dein to help get the deal approved by the PL. Moshiri wants out asap and this represents his best chance to get deal done.

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