On Demand: The Everton Show


Yannick Bolasie is this week’s star guest on The Everton Show - watch on demand now.

The Blues winger joins Darren Griffiths and Graham Stuart and brings us up to date on his rehabilitation from injury.

Bolasie also speaks about his new football initiative YB3, his admiration for Oumar Niasse and Ademola Lookman, his disappointment at DR Congo missing out on World Cup qualification and, of course, the weekend's Premier League fixture at his old stomping ground, Selhurst Park. 

Also on this week’s programme, we catch up with Francis Jeffers ahead of Saturday night’s mini-derby against Liverpool at Prenton Park, and we speak to Niasse about the dramatic turnaround in fortunes that he’s experienced since the middle of September. 

There’s Everton Ladies highlights, too, and we show you how David Unsworth, the Club’s Under-23s and a group of fans got on when they spent the night at Goodison Park, raising almost £40,000 for Merseyside's homeless in the process.

Watch the show below now.

In part three - exclusively for Official Members - we relive a 3-1 win at Palace from the 2004/05 season and speak to former Blues stopper Nigel Martyn about Jordan Pickford's England debut. 

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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