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This stance that they've taken that the league is corrupt and there's an agenda to get them relegated because they aren't part of the Sky 6 is genuinely hilarious. 

 

When you ask them for evidence or specific incidents as to why the league want them gone they can't come up with a single example. They just use the same logic that they use when they say they would have definitely won the European Cup in 1986. 

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6 minutes ago, Harry Squatter said:

This stance that they've taken that the league is corrupt and there's an agenda to get them relegated because they aren't part of the Sky 6 is genuinely hilarious. 

 

When you ask them for evidence or specific incidents as to why the league want them gone they can't come up with a single example. They just use the same logic that they use when they say they would have definitely won the European Cup in 1986. 

They probably just repeat "Everton, aren't we", and then wink at each other.

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51 minutes ago, Harry Squatter said:

This stance that they've taken that the league is corrupt and there's an agenda to get them relegated because they aren't part of the Sky 6 is genuinely hilarious. 

 

When you ask them for evidence or specific incidents as to why the league want them gone they can't come up with a single example. They just use the same logic that they use when they say they would have definitely won the European Cup in 1986. 

Also the conspiracy that the POWERS THAT BE want us to win the league. They're doing a pretty shit job since we've only won it once in 30 years. 

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He must remember back to the first time his plastic former club rolled out the plastic flags in their first European cup semi final in 2005.

 

The dawning of a new age of European dominance.

 

The deafening atmosphere of swishing pvc.

 

Being pushed onto a famous 0-0 draw that glorious day.

 

You can’t buy that.

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1 hour ago, DalyanPete said:

Can't be real?

I think they've done it before. It seems to me they've just embraced anything that is perceived as supporting your team. They've spent years cunting us off for welcoming the coach, yet they've managed to summersault on that now and they've invented the greatest thing ever. No doubt it'll be another first. 

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3 minutes ago, VladimirIlyich said:

I like Ian Wright as a person,not as an analyst though.

Why? He always seems to speak honestly and clearly loves football. One of the few able to talk about it passionately, clearly and without pretension, for me.

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4 minutes ago, Pidge said:

Why? He always seems to speak honestly and clearly loves football. One of the few able to talk about it passionately, clearly and without pretension, for me.

I hate analysts in general but his England love in and his 'style' are a bit grating. I do like listening to him when not in a live game studio situation though.When he speaks about his upbringing and how he got into the game and his career he's excellent. I just dont think he suits the panelist gig myself.

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Its seems that they have invented a completely new and revolutionary concept that you should sing about your club and encourage and cheer them on. Everton are showing us all that constant booing and going mental about the opposition stealing 3 yards on a throw in isn't the way to go. Thanks Everton

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9 minutes ago, TD_LFC said:

He could have at least learnt the words so it didn't look like he was performing under duress.

It's a hostage video, filmed in Pepper Mills's basement.

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1 hour ago, Pidge said:

Why? He always seems to speak honestly and clearly loves football. One of the few able to talk about it passionately, clearly and without pretension, for me.

Yeah he's boss, have always liked him. Liverpool/Arsenal at Highbury, Fowler vs Wright was as good as it got. 

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