Nothing Will Be The Same Again At EVERTON


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Mark Chapman tells the indoortale of one of Britain’s oldest football clubs as it goes through its most contentious
season and a nerve-racking fight against demotion. And nothing will be the same
again at Everton.

11.Bonus Episode: The Points Subtraction

The anecdote of Everton Football Club got a dramatic turn on 17th November 2023 when news plummeted that they were to get a ten-point inference from the Premier
League for breaking Profit & Sustainability Rules in 2022. This is the biggest
punishment given out in Premier League record. This bonus episode holds
reaction to Everton's point reduction from the Premier League for Profit &
Sustainability Rules in 2022 from Conor Coady and Leon Osman and is presented
by Darren Fletcher. This was an episode of 5 Live's Football Daily broadcast on
17th Nov 2023. 

10.Colin Chong -Fresh Early Period

Giulia Bould talks to Everton’s Interim CEO Colin Chong, who mirrors on the condemnation the club has
been through this season.

9.The Inside Vision: Dyche and Coleman

Giulia Bould mirrors onthe season with manager Sean Dyche and club captain Seamus Coleman. She then gets
Mark Chapman at the rear of the scenes of the production. These dialogues were documented
in July 2023.

8.The Inside Vision: Kevin Thelwell


Mark Chapman mirrorson the season with Director of Football Kevin Thelwell, who unlocks up about
how private this job is for him. This interview was documented on June 8th 2023.

7.On The Edge

Through just fourweeks of the season to go, everybody within Finch Farm, from the grounds-people
to the kit manager, draw as one. Can it be sufficient to keep Everton from
relegation? After a vital penalty save against Leicester, goalkeeper Jordan
Pickford gets us through how analytics play a part in his prep. While everyone waits
for the last result, it’s moment for some goodbyes. This was documentedbefore the end of 2022-23 season.

6.Don't Confer Up The Battle

The gaffer’s honeymoontime appears to be ended, as Everton fight back to win points and go up the
table. Absent from the pitch, there’s awful news when it’s assumed that the
club has breached Financial Fair Play regulations. Fans go on with call for transformation
at the top. Injury has added to the club’s troubles this season, amid star
striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin playing in only 7 of Dyche’s 18 games. Players
Andros Townsend and Tom Davies mirror on their managing plans for resistance
with physical and mental health.

5.Derby Dates

Sean Dyche gets readyhis team for one of the largest games in the club’s calendar: the world-famous
Merseyside Derby, an occasion that alerts bottomless bonds and contention. The
women’s team has a Derby also and this year it will be held at Goodison Park.
Midfielder Megan Finnigan mirrors on the game and the press concentration she’s
got since the profile of women’s football has gone up.

4.The Blues Brothers

Amid new manager SeanDyche in control, Everton begin winning some important points. We go in into
the gaffer’s method with players Tom Davies and Seamus Coleman. Dyche unwraps
up as he dialogues with his best friend on and off the pitch: assistant manager
and lifelong Evertonian Ian Woan. In the kitchen, Head chef Tom Kenton strategizes
the week’s food, whereas performance nutritionist Lloyd Parker looks forward to
Ramadan with midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure and goalkeeper Asmir Begovic.

3.The Big Verdict


It is January and Everton are in the last three of the Premier League. After more unsatisfactory
results, Frank Lampard’s time is over. Everton Captain Seamus Coleman unlocks
up about what it’s like to lose so far another manager. We meet new manager
Sean Dyche on his first day at Finch Farm. He’s the club’s eighth manager in
seven years. Is he going to be the one to turn things about? On Liverpool’s
waterfront, work grows on Everton’s new stadium. The club wants a home that’s
fit for a peak flight football club. But the determined and luxurious project
comes with financial dangers also.

2.January unhappiness

As the run of pitiableresults continues, demands on manager Frank Lampard develops and inquiries are made
about his potential. Conor Coady discovers himself shielding for the club both
on and off the field as he meets the media. Temporarily, the club puts out a contentious
declaration and dealings with fans go from awful to poorer. By the end of last
season, loyal fans turned out to shore up the team as they turn up at Goodison
Park, playing a significant part in maintaining the team in the Premier League.
Are they ready to do the same again? Everton are mid-table in the Women’s Super
League. We’re in the changing room as manager Brian Sorenson and the teams get
ready to face Reading.

1.Sensing the Heat

It is November 2022. WithinFinch Farm, Everton’s training land, manager Frank Lampard and director of
football Kevin Thelwell get ready for the season to resume after the World Cup split.
The next match is vital. Whilst the season began with a good start, after two unsatisfactory
results against Bournemouth, Everton’s position in the Premier League is in danger
once more.