On Demand: The Everton Show

European Cup Winners’ Cup winner Derek Mountfield is the special guest on Friday’s The Everton Show - available on demand now

A boyhood Blue, Mountfield went on to represent the Club 154 times as a defender and joins presenter Darren Griffiths to look back on a tough week for the Toffees and recall how his Everton side overcame a testing spell in the 1980s before sampling unparallelled success under Howard Kendall. 

The pair also preview Sunday’s crunch Premier League clash with Watford, we go to Lyon to bring you exclusive behind-the-scenes footage and reaction from David Unsworth and goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, and Thursday night’s stand-in skipper Ashley Williams discusses the mood in the camp.

Seamus Coleman talks pets, own goals and shirt swaps in My Firsts, and we bring you the goals from the Under-23s’ Premier League 2 victory at Swansea City.

Watch the show below now or by clicking here.

In part three - exclusively for Official Members - kitman Jimmy Martin tells us what it's like to work with Unsworth and assistant John Ebbrell, and explains the planning that goes in to ensuring the Blues have all they need when travelling on the continent. Visit the Official Members' section 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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