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19 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

She popped up in the Diogo Jota thread.

 

I don't think it's too controversial to say she's attractive.

Shes got her own thread. 

 

Rightly so and I'll be bumping it regularly. 

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It'll be a tough one for them tonight. The linguistic gymnastics required to go from "the Champions League is nothing more than a glorified league cup now anyway" to "yerrrrrssss! We're in the league cup quarter finals" will take some pulling off. 

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How does Calvert-Lewin score so many goals? He's not strong, he's not especially quick, he's not a great dribbler, he's not great in the air. This is up there with the greatest mysteries unknown to mankind.

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He's a decent lad but he has scored 7 goals with 10 shots this season, so realistically that will tail off sharply.

 

Just in case it doesn't tail off quickly enough I will put him in my Fantasy League team.

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7 minutes ago, sir roger said:

He's a decent lad but he has scored 7 goals with 10 shots this season, so realistically that will tail off sharply.

 

Just in case it doesn't tail off quickly enough I will put him in my Fantasy League team.

You can't do worse than me, I took out Son the game week he scored 4 and added Thiago for this game week

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19 minutes ago, Stront19m Dog™ said:

How does Calvert-Lewin score so many goals? He's not strong, he's not especially quick, he's not a great dribbler, he's not great in the air. This is up there with the greatest mysteries unknown to mankind.

Decent player.

 

Seems like Carlo has told him not to bother tracking back for the reasons you mentioned. Just hang around the box and when the moment comes just stick the round thing in the rectangle thing. Classic number 9 shit. 

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1 minute ago, an tha said:

These need slapping down

Hopefully we'll be the ones to do it. 

Take their 100% league record from them, then knock them out the league Cup afterwards. 

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33 minutes ago, Stront19m Dog™ said:

How does Calvert-Lewin score so many goals? He's not strong, he's not especially quick, he's not a great dribbler, he's not great in the air. This is up there with the greatest mysteries unknown to mankind.

Facing Darren Randolph helps.

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I would say fair play to the scabby fuckin tramps, not even saying they've played no one yet.

However, when they get injuries or suspensions they will fall away. They base a full season on what they are seeing now.

Expect nothing less than a 2-0 win for the Champions at Woodison.

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Just now, DalyanPete said:

I would say fair play to the scabby fuckin tramps, not even saying they've played no one yet.

However, when they get injuries or suspensions they will fall away. They base a full season on what they are seeing now.

Expect nothing less than a 2-0 win for the Champions at Woodison.

I think they will be difficult to play against(again) especially with Ancelotti in charge. We need to change our game plan from how we've been playing there and OT in last couple of seasons. It will be tough.

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Everton trying to goad us with a mural reminds me of Rimmer from Red dwarf proposing a method of taking on a space mutant:

 

"I propose we hit it hard and hit it fast with a major -- and I mean major -- leaflet campaign" 

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18 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

If you asked an Everton fan would they swap their trophy history with Villa they would snap your hand off. Villa are bigger than Everton. Same ball-park but Villa have the edge and that edge has got big fucking ears and the title of greatest club side in Europe next to it. 

 

Fuck me theirs a generation of Everton fans who need it explaining to them what the fuck the Cup Winners Cup even was. 

I don't think an Everton fan would. I don't know one who doesn't think they won it in 1986. To them it's clear as day they did and they'd have probably won more. They'd prefer their hard luck fantasy to the actual trophy every day of the week. 

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38 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

Ancelotti might end up at City at this rate.

Back to Chelsea if he leaves Everton I reckon. 

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11 hours ago, Stront19m Dog™ said:

How does Calvert-Lewin score so many goals? He's not strong, he's not especially quick, he's not a great dribbler, he's not great in the air. This is up there with the greatest mysteries unknown to mankind.

I for one hope his form continues as it will inevitably lead to United spending and obscene amount of money on him just as he reverts to type. 

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12 hours ago, 3 Stacks said:

Calvert-Lewin is clearly athletically gifted. Jumps high, pretty strong and mobile. 

A poundland Katarina Johnson-Thompson 

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I remember what their ‘ fans ‘ say, the bile, the vile, the mad and the sad.

Grown men penning anger and foaming at the mouth at kids in footy kits.

Turning purple ( not red) at the sound of that song and outdoing each other with their faux overreactions. Whatever they do or don’t they are remnants of a beaten orc army ready to feed on the flesh of mediocrity and hate. Give them credit for spending hundreds of millions and not even getting Europe and beating Fleetwood and Spurs? Oh dear I sound a bitter man, better have a lie down and maybe whistle some Johnny Cash. Or put a long sleeved top on and take some chemical relaxation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, VladimirIlyich said:

I think they will be difficult to play against(again) especially with Ancelotti in charge. We need to change our game plan from how we've been playing there and OT in last couple of seasons. It will be tough.

The sort of game we bought Thiago for, I reckon. 

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4 hours ago, VladimirIlyich said:

I think they will be difficult to play against(again) especially with Ancelotti in charge. We need to change our game plan from how we've been playing there and OT in last couple of seasons. It will be tough.

I think they need to change their game plan which opens them up. Always tough until the ref blows and you realise another one unbeaten.

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