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If you look at the gumph they've written advertising this bollocks, they've put the Man Utd score at 3-2, the fucking idiots.

 

Even when they're trying, they're still fucking failing.

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I'm bored so I thought I'd copy the blurb from that link Discuit posted.

 

 

 

 

Everton v Man Utd/Chelsea - Nothing But the Best

 

Nothing But the Best:

Everton 2-1 Chelsea/Everton 3-2 Man United

 

When the fixture list for the 2009-10 Premier League season was published Evertonians looked at the month of February with some trepidation.

 

Amongst other tough-looking fixtures were Goodison clashes with Chelsea and Manchester United.

 

The Everton record against both sides made for unimpressive reading but this time around The Toffees proved too strong for their high-flying opponents and Goodison was treated to two memorable home wins.

 

First up, Chelsea took the lead at Goodison but Louis Saha took the bull by the horns and scored two fine goals to turn the game Everton’s way.

 

Then ten days later, Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United also scored first when they came to Goodison but a Diniyar Bilyaletdinov blockbuster and late goals from young substitutes Dan Gosling and Jack Rodwell gave Everton another fantastic win.

 

Re-live those two great performances on this fabulous Official Everton DVD and enjoy watching two title-chasing teams being put to the sword at Goodison Park…

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I'm bored so I thought I'd copy the blurb from that link Discuit posted.

 

 

 

 

Everton v Man Utd/Chelsea - Nothing But the Best

 

Nothing But the Best:

Everton 2-1 Chelsea/Everton 3-2 Man United

 

When the fixture list for the 2009-10 Premier League season was published Evertonians looked at the month of February with some trepidation.

 

Amongst other tough-looking fixtures were Goodison clashes with Chelsea and Manchester United.

 

The Everton record against both sides made for unimpressive reading but this time around The Toffees proved too strong for their high-flying opponents and Goodison was treated to two memorable home wins.

 

First up, Chelsea took the lead at Goodison but Louis Saha took the bull by the horns and scored two fine goals to turn the game Everton’s way.

 

Then ten days later, Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United also scored first when they came to Goodison but a Diniyar Bilyaletdinov blockbuster and late goals from young substitutes Dan Gosling and Jack Rodwell gave Everton another fantastic win.

 

Re-live those two great performances on this fabulous Official Everton DVD and enjoy watching two title-chasing teams being put to the sword at Goodison Park…

 

See...... no one can be bothered to read this shite, they can't even get the result right.

 

Now that was a waist of a post!

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Wasn't Riquelme on their offal?

 

I dont understand, unless you are talking about him failing the Goodison medical?

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I dont understand, unless you are talking about him failing the Goodison medical?

 

Yeah of course. That time that he officially came over to Liverpool to have an official medical at Goodison which he officially failed. Whats not to get?

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Yeah of course. That time that he officially came over to Liverpool to have an official medical at Goodison which he officially failed. Whats not to get?

 

Nah I get it.

 

*Walks away wondering what the fuck he's talking about*

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