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I may have missed the reaction on here but Martinez was saying earlier on in the season he wants us to keep doing well as it inspires them to push on.

 

That says it all about them that their main ambition is competing with lfc, they loved it finishing above us even when their position was nothing special, it didn't take Martinez long to pick up on it either.

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I remember having a discussion with a bloo who was a mate of me brother after a fair few digs against us I casually reminded him about the time when Bolton had a goal ruled out when it was clearly over the line I pointed out that if that goal had stood Everton would have been relegated he paused for a while then said you have to good a memory then buggered off in a hurry

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Baines came out with that a while back. Its like the EFC gestapo told him he had to put out all this propoganda about how he's always been a bloo etc.

I think it's fucking hilarious that they keep on doing this and shows how paranoid that the powers that be over there are.

Its like us trying to deny Fowler Rush the rat Cara etc were Blues as kids - its pathetic really.

We're Everton we re-write history it's what we do.

If you re-write your history, 

It's enough to make you heart go....

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I may have missed the reaction on here but Martinez was saying earlier on in the season he wants us to keep doing well as it inspires them to push on.

 

That says it all about them that their main ambition is competing with lfc, they loved it finishing above us even when their position was nothing special, it didn't take Martinez long to pick up on it either.

Whisper it, but a while back on this thread there were people suggesting that Everton's current form would act as an additional spur for Liverpool.

 

Like that's needed.  And like they matter.

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Whisper it, but a while back on this thread there were people suggesting that Everton's current form would act as an additional spur for Liverpool.

 

Like that's needed.  And like they matter.

To be honest, Everton's form this season has really surprised me. At one stage I thought they may finish above us again.

 

The way we kicked-on was amazing though - I can scarcely believe it even now.

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I was out with a bloo mate last night. Can you believe he said "I hope you do it, you're fucking brilliant. It will be great for football if you do"

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Tony Bellew was on Terrace Talk yesterday and said if Liverpool win the League there isn't a place that's far enough away from Liverpool for him to go to.  He's dreading it.  He also went on to say he was at an event the other week and Gerrard was there and his two sons who also 'staunch evertonians' asked him if they could have their photo taken with Gerrard.  He sounded like he was going to cry.  So I laughed.

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Tony Bellew was on Terrace Talk yesterday and said if Liverpool win the League there isn't a place that's far enough away from Liverpool for him to go to.  He's dreading it.  He also went on to say he was at an event the other week and Gerrard was there and his two sons who also 'staunch evertonians' asked him if they could have their photo taken with Gerrard.  He sounded like he was going to cry.  So I laughed.

Thats beautiful!

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I was out with a bloo mate last night. Can you believe he said "I hope you do it, you're fucking brilliant. It will be great for football if you do"

Your mate's been replaced by a pod person.

 

Either that or he was being disingenuous.

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Is there any reason why Z cars is associated with Everton?. It was a shite badly acted cheapo TV series which is probably why they have some affinity with it but is there any Everton connection in the programme itself?

 

Every bad bitter blue has it as their ringtone.

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Is there any reason why Z cars is associated with Everton?. It was a shite badly acted cheapo TV series which is probably why they have some affinity with it but is there any Everton connection in the programme itself?

 

Every bad bitter blue has it as their ringtone.

I think its something to do with it being a kids song from Liverpool years ago. Someone did tell me once, but it can't remember the details properly as its clearly boring and shit.

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I thought it was because it was filmed in liverpool and it was about the boys in blue... The police.

 

Anyway evertonians are telling me they hope we win it purely as some kind of emotional insurance, genuinely they want to set fire to the planet.

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I thought it was because it was filmed in liverpool and it was about the boys in blue... The police.

 

Anyway evertonians are telling me they hope we win it purely as some kind of emotional insurance, genuinely they want to set fire to the planet.

They're trying to draw you out into saying yeah, I think we might do it. Then they can call you arrogant and entitled and cocky and rub it in should it fall apart.

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I think its something to do with it being a kids song from Liverpool years ago. Someone did tell me once, but it can't remember the details properly as its clearly boring and shit.

 

It was Johnny Todd, a local song. 

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I thought it was because it was filmed in liverpool and it was about the boys in blue... The police.

 

Anyway evertonians are telling me they hope we win it purely as some kind of emotional insurance, genuinely they want to set fire to the planet.

Ha, ha! This.

 

Us winning the league is every Bitter's worst nightmare; even the so-called 'decent' ones.(Who are a mythical beast anyway, oft spoke of, but never encountered).

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Is there any reason why Z cars is associated with Everton?. It was a shite badly acted cheapo TV series which is probably why they have some affinity with it but is there any Everton connection in the programme itself?

 

Every bad bitter blue has it as their ringtone.

 

 

Our club's anthem has words that espouse perseverance and faith, in the understanding that the human spirit will prevail in times of even the greatest despair.Words of hope and resolution that we all sing with fervour and pride.

 

Everton's anthem goes 'Der der der - der der der der der - der, der der - der der der der'.

It's something to do with speech difficulties and memory retention.

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Our club's anthem has words that espouse perseverance and faith, in the understanding that the human spirit will prevail in times of even the greatest despair.Words of hope and resolution that we all sing with fervour and pride.

 

Everton's anthem goes 'Der der der - der der der der der - der, der der - der der der der'.

It's something to do with speech difficulties and memory retention.

That's the hardest I've laughed in a while.

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Mancs coming out with Justice for the 39 shite. Must have forgotten that people were brought to account for Heysel. Or am I being cynical in thinking that it's just a pathetic attempt to have a go at us given that they don't give a flying fuck about the 39?

 

Sad pathetic cunts.

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