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  • To me our so-called four centre-back defence has been nigh on impeccable. Clean-sheets seem to prove it, for now, "now" being where our match is scheduled. Maybe Seamus and Luca need to address their own attacking credentials, good as they admittedly are, in order to win a shirt again. After all, they both have little success in the clean-sheet department this year so an improvement in "positivity" may be the key to their re-selection. I suggest it'd also make our matches much more exciting too. ...
    Don Alexander in James Rodriguez inspires a fine Everton win
  • At the other end of the stature spectrum, I see the BBC website mentions a link with Dzeko. One of several strikers over 30 who seem to be looking for a new home. Not sure how he's done at Roma recently, but guessing it's media nonsense anyway. ...
    Stuart Sharp in Interest in Bernard from Middle East
  • Spot on Danny (136). Not getting carried away but the signs are encouraging.On a side note, our under-16 coach Timmy Cahill has been appointed an Officer in the General Division of the Order of Australia. What a well deserved accolade!Link...
    Vijay Nair in James Rodriguez inspires a fine Everton win
  • Bernard to me resembles Pat Nevin. Classy player on those very rare occasions the opposition backed off, but as much use as a concrete parachute when the muck-and-bullets of the Premier League always engulfs him, like it did Pat.We have long had a habit of signing wimpy players, either in stature or character, on mega contracts and, surprise, surprise, have had zero success in moving them out on terms remotely useful to us, for decades.I wonder who the self-appointed "transfer genius" in the boardroom has been over said decades? Anybody know?...
    Don Alexander in Interest in Bernard from Middle East
  • Not seen the incident but this is what loans are about. Learning every day on and off the field. Wouldn't bother me what anyone said. Simply apologise for a strong challenge that may have accidentally caused an injury, learn from it and move on. Take the high road, be the better man or at least appear to be. There's a lot more still to learn, no point in getting wound up or involved in anything else.Pickford got it right with VD. Concentrate on the game without letting it distract you. Next day say sorry, learn and move on....
    Justin Doone in Warnock unloads in frustration at Branthwaite
  • Does anyone else know if the date is right for our 5th round tie v Spurs, has it down for Weds 10th Feb, 2 days after the utd game on Monday night 8th Feb, cannot move it to Thursday, unless they switch our Fulham game to the Sunday....
    Brian Wilkinson in James Rodriguez inspires a fine Everton win
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