What did Louis Saha say to make Tim Howard realise he was part of "the Everton fabric"?
How did the dressing room disappointment with a 2-2 draw at Arsenal open Landon Donovan's eyes to the standards required of a Toffees player?
What are Brian McBride's recollections of his first shooting practice with a 17-year-old Wayne Rooney?
And which of this week's guests says playing for Everton was "special to me in a way nothing else has been in my career"?
Listen to our special USA edition of the Official Everton Podcast now to hear Donovan, Howard and McBride regale tales from their time with the Blues, as all three explain how playing at Goodison Park - and in front of Evertonians - left a lasting mark on their lives.
On this week’s podcast, we also learn how Jose Baxter is getting on at Memphis 901 FC, the Club where Howard is a sporting director and minority owner, while Donovan and McBride describe the magnitude to which Howard bolstered Everton’s reputation across the United States during his decade at the Club.
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