On Demand: The Everton Show

Leon Osman was the special guest on Friday’s The Everton Show as we celebrated 10 years of Finch Farm.

The former midfielder joined presenter Darren Griffiths and Blues ambassador Ian Snodin to look back over the week’s news, ahead to the Club’s first ever trip to the Amex Stadium and regale his tales of switching Bellefield for the state-of-the-art training ground site in Halewood a decade ago.
Viewers also saw behind-the-scenes footage of the new first-team area at Finch Farm, plus exclusive interviews with two other men with no shortage of training ground stories to tell - former skipper Phil Neville and kitman Jimmy Martin.
Also on this week’s show, Gylfi Sigurdsson reflected on his role in Iceland’s qualification for next summer’s World Cup in Russia, Morgan Schneiderlin discussed cars, shirt swaps and destroying his nan’s flowerbeds in My Firsts and we showed you the goals from the Under-23s' 2-1 victory at Portsmouth.

Watch this week's The Everton Show below or by clicking here

In part three, The Everton Show Extra - exclusive to official members - Osman looked back on his own two-decade spell with the Toffees and talked through his favourite career goals. To visit our members section, click here

The Everton Show airs first on Made In Liverpool (Sky channel 117, Freeview 7 and Virgin 159) and Made In North Wales (Freeview channel 8) every Friday from 7pm, before an extended version is made available to fans across the globe via YouTube and evertonfc.com from 7.30pm.

If you live outside of the Made In Liverpool or Made In North Wales broadcast regions but have access to a Sky box, find out how you can add the channel here.

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