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  • Paul @214Given the injuries already within the squad and the game being scheduled for Tuesday, I wouldn't expect the manager to risk too many recognised first-team players for the match at QPR. I think it will be a hit and hope selection with the manager not losing too much sleep if it goes south. Not what we want as fans but we all know why this manager was brought to the club to keep the club in the top division and anything that might compromise that will be swerved. What a state we find ourselves in. What are you implying with your 'games of chess' analogies Paul, have you heard something that we'd all like to know, please share if you have. ...
    Barry Hesketh in James left at home as Bailey slaughters Everton
  • BBS and poor communications by the club.The EFC Communications manager needs to get real and stop pretending to be doing a PR role for Everton.It’s become a standing joke and the club from FF to GP, don’t seem to give a crap.This impacts the performance and attitude of the squads, at all levels, that plays.Cest La Vie....
    Paul Birmingham in Everton facing three games without injured quartet
  • It was going to happen that opposition teams would cop on how to counter Everton.The result was that Doucoure and Allan where not as affective and Gray was prevented from running at the defence and marked to spoil his play.Iowbi was ineffective on the left wing, prefering to come inside onto his right foot, rather than taking on the right back and crossing with his left.Most of his play was in front of the Villa defence and few final third passes where attempted.Townsend did better.Both Godfrey and Digne provided few crosses and only Godfrey provided the overlap to attempt a cross, but showed poor execution.He needs more game time. Rodon looked good on his first two attacks attacking the near post, but faded badly as the game went on.Villa where rarely challenged in defence and never stretched . Everton's attacking play being two narrow and easily defended as they played mostly infront if the defence.Villa basically walked through Everton's midfield and where able to provide ...
    Jerome Shields in James left at home as Bailey slaughters Everton
  • Peter Dodds (#210) regarding your comments on our Salomon we just have to hope he eclipses the achievements, for us, of the legendary Mark Hughes, signed as he was right at the start of Kenwright's outright alleged ownership, when he boasted of his transfer skills, together with other such legends such as Nyarko and Stephen Hughes. Here's hoping....
    Don Alexander in James left at home as Bailey slaughters Everton
  • Let’s see the metal of this squad at QPR, and let’s see what happens.In less than 10 minutes today, Everton got done, but today’s result and the injuries stretches the character of this squad and the management team.It’s a tough game down there with a great team, so let’s judge on the facts of this game.I’m convinced Everton will bounce back but let’s not hang the squad and management high in advance.We know there’s no strength in depth but this is reality.The anti out, for the DOF is rising so it seems on the streets and in the bars, but it’s three years and the greater money was busted before his tenure. For me there’s a game of chess and other games of chess in the vaults of Goodison.Great days in The Vaults, after away days.Granted since his time, Marcel, and the boiling of the Irish Sea in a day hasn’t happened, nor would it, ever, let’s see if Everton announce a clear plan of whose who and what, as BMD and the rest, for the good ...
    Paul Birmingham in James left at home as Bailey slaughters Everton
  • Derek @212I actually thought it was a mistake choosing Rondon, if he's not fully fit (At least I hope he's not), he shouldn't have been asked to lead the line. I don't agree that the manager was aiming to hold on to a point, I think he was looking to win the game and it remained that way until Villa scored those two quick goals. He could have used Gray as a makeshift striker and had another midfielder on the pitch from the start. It may not have resulted in a better result or display but I'm not happy to have less than 100% fit players in the starting line-up and it seems that Dominic's desire to play at the start of the season despite carrying an injury has come back to bite us on the bum. ...
    Barry Hesketh in James left at home as Bailey slaughters Everton
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