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A few red cards for Everton would be nice. I still think they lose both games that they will still stay up. The lower teams really need to press the financial issue they've had to compete against a club that's ignored the rules.

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2 minutes ago, Bobby Hundreds said:

A few red cards for Everton would be nice. I still think they lose both games that they will still stay up. The lower teams really need to press the financial issue they've had to compete against a club that's ignored the rules.

they would be mad not to kick up a fuss really. I’d imagine anyone with sense can see that Everton are breaking the rules especially with Covid losses. A legal team and forensic accountant would make mince meat of their books. 

 

if they don’t go down this season a nice long legal case and points deduction for next season for breaching ffp leading to a season of misery would be a consolation. But ultimately I still want them down this season though the cheating meffs.

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All Evertonians smell vaguely of shit. It gets so you don't mind it. That's the worst thing that I can confess. You know how long it took me to get there? A long time.

 

Bad people go to hell? I don't think so. If you think that, act that way. A hell exists on earth? Yes, it's called being Evertonian. I won't live in it. That's me.

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9 hours ago, VladimirIlyich said:

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.

I think he's one of the best when he's not talking about England. When it's England he just turns into an extremely irritating cheerleader.

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2 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

All Evertonians smell vaguely of shit. It gets so you don't mind it. That's the worst thing that I can confess. You know how long it took me to get there? A long time.

 

Bad people go to hell? I don't think so. If you think that, act that way. A hell exists on earth? Yes, it's called being Evertonian. I won't live in it. That's me.

That's right Williamson 

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They really are a club where no matter what they do nothing works.

 

Appoint up and coming managers - No Impact

Appoint one of the best managers in the world - No impact

Taken over by a billionaire and spend 500 million on players - Club get's worse

Try 'koppite behaviour' - Almost relegated

 

 

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You could say they've had bad ref luck this season. Some things have not gone their way that could have. It's just that when you have two of the most blatant cheaters in the league in your forward line and people know it, you might not get the calls. Simple karma, really. 

 

Staying up is still in their hands, though. Arsenal have been a disaster lately and Burnley and Leeds are worse than them. They really need to rethink their karma plays next season, though. The drop is perilously close. 

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Only good thing about that match was I invented a new drinking game for teetotallers. Get a bottle of Polish Pure Spirit, and take a shot every time you see a black or Asian person in the Everton crowd.

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6 minutes ago, Strontium said:

Only good thing about that match was I invented a new drinking game for teetotallers. Get a bottle of Polish Pure Spirit, and take a shot every time you see a black or Asian person in the Everton crowd.

So you're basically tea total.

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