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*Shakes head* Everton again.

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10 hours ago, No2 said:

The fans have a huge role to play in any relegation battle. The four sides below them have all accepted a long time ago that they are in a battle and have gotten behind their teams. Everton just needed a new manager to turn the focus back to top 4, they're dilussional, they hate half their squad, they hate their owners, they hate themselves and shortly will be screaming for big Dunc to get them out of this mess. It only takes one bad pass and the crowd turns, Leeds could wallop them at the weekend.

They also can’t defend for toffee (pun? Maybe?) and Leeds can literally only attack, so could be all sorts of fun 

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43 minutes ago, suzy said:

Don’t remind me! I was so annoyed about that.

To hide the fact he'd just launched Bobby over the hoarding into the crowd and should have been sent off the little cunt. Just like them all loving Funes Muppet when he smiled at them after getting sent off.

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2 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

To hide the fact he'd just launched Bobby over the hoarding into the crowd and should have been sent off the little cunt. Just like them all loving Funes Muppet when he smiled at them after getting sent off.

Yup I was so relieved Bobby was ok.

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2 hours ago, Vincent Vega said:

Ben Foster has cottoned on to what we’ve all known for years; “Everton fans are horrible”.

 

The replies are actually better than I thought. 

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I've said this for years, you could put as much money as you want into Everton's squad, but you can't change the fans. When you've got a fanbase that engages in non-stop negativity, moaning and finger-pointing then that will destroy anything that can be built.

 

Their fans would rather lose a game to stop us, than qualify for the Champions League. You can't do anything with a club like that. They are like Gollum from LOTR's. At a certain point, he's not salvageable as a human being anymore. Any semblance of what he once was has been corrupted by the ring. In Everton's case the ring is their obsession with us. 

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The atmosphere at the Derby before Christmas was something I've never heard before. 

 

It was more like an agitated bees nest than a football ground.

 

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22 minutes ago, Em City said:

The atmosphere at the Derby before Christmas was something I've never heard before. 

 

It was more like an agitated bees nest than a football ground.

 

The booing after we sung YNWA towards the end of the minutes applause for that poor girl who got stabbed summed them up. As soon as the minute was up they all went nuclear then a couple of dickheads in the park end started their wall pushing stuff. Horrible fanbase 

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10 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

The booing after we sung YNWA towards the end of the minutes applause for that poor girl who got stabbed summed them up. As soon as the minute was up they all went nuclear then a couple of dickheads in the park end started their wall pushing stuff. Horrible fanbase 

They keep repeating this shit about us being what is it, offended by everything, ashamed of nothing? Yet they are always looking for things that offend them.

 

Fucking love it if these twats go down.

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3 minutes ago, dockers_strike said:

They keep repeating this shit about us being what is it, offended by everything, ashamed of nothing? Yet they are always looking for things that offend them.

 

Fucking love it if these twats go down.

Oh they are the biggest hypocrites going, point any of it out and they throw Heysel at you. 

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David Icke and Alex Jones were meant to team up for a documentary about them but they pulled out of the project citing concerns that their fans were too conspiratorial.

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Michael Palin wanted to do a follow up programme to his North Korea trip on the Everton match day experience but his producers said it would be too morbid 

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1 hour ago, El Dangerous said:

David Lynch was asked to draft a 12 part limited series about them but he said the characters were too unusual.

Negged in error.. can't rectify for now as my rep guns are dry

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