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Well done to the fans for getting behind the team for one calendar month in the last 20 years. 

 

In fairness to Richarlison, he's scored 6 in 10 or something in the last few games. Everyone one of them a shinned effort which has bounced in. He's up there with the Everton greats now like Kevin Campbell. Thusly, he can disrespect Carragher who has only achieved trophies and European glory and came claim to have kept a billionaire owned football club up. 

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33 minutes ago, suzy said:

Yes!! That would be hilarious.

Any points deduction would be next season?

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6 hours ago, johnsusername said:

Fucking hell you'd think they won the league!

 

 

Alan Stubbs possesses facial features that, while unfortunate for him, is a boon for existentialism; is it a parrot thinking it's Alan Stubbs or is it Alan Stubbs thinking he's a parrot?

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47 minutes ago, suzy said:

Yes!! That would be hilarious.

I don’t think I’d be able to stop laughing if that happened. It would be the most Everton thing ever.

 

ah well, shame they are safe but I can’t wait to see them claim this will lead to the inevitable power shift.

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23 minutes ago, Pete said:

Any points deduction would be next season?

Probably but at least they might finally be flushed next year!

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Table of VAR decisions over seasons 19/20 & 20/21 done by data analyst, Kenneth Leung, who’s way cleverer than I am. The percentage on the right is for how much the teams have benefitted from VAR decisions and overturns.

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Ah well was good while it lasted, until next season then.

 

The spitty spiteful cunts can get back to what they know best now, putting all their hate filled bile and energy into watching us and hoping win don’t win trophies. Cunts.

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8 hours ago, Nelly-Matip said:

If you mean Vieira, yes, I wouldn’t be surprised either. 
 

But, that tweet is an Everton banshee smacking a Palace player on the bum. 

I find it a little surprising the media are focusing on the fact that he kicked someone, as opposed to the rat who ran on the pitch and was screaming in his face.

Another media conspiracy 

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8 hours ago, johnsusername said:

Fucking hell you'd think they won the league!

 

 

He was on Merseyside last night waxing lyrical about fat Frank (the only manager to "get them) and comparing the atmosphere to a European night before stopping himself.

A bitter little gobshite utterly obsessed with Liverpool. 

The perfect embodiment of the football club. 

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29 minutes ago, Arniepie said:

He was on Merseyside last night waxing lyrical about fat Frank (the only manager to "get them) and comparing the atmosphere to a European night before stopping himself.

A bitter little gobshite utterly obsessed with Liverpool. 

The perfect embodiment of the football club. 

Never got the move here that is why he is like he is.

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9 hours ago, Captain Howdy said:

The penalties will be hand waved away, they are never enforced by a league that is built and operates on financial corruption, they will carry on cheating unopposed make no mistake about that.

Nah. Everton's breach of FFP is unprecedented (because City at least make a little effort to hide their breaches; Everton publish theirs in the accounts). The only thing saving them from a points deduction this year is an agreement that they're going to sort it out. That means a summer fire-sale of anyone they can get a price for - Richarlison, Mina, Calvert-Lewin, Pickford, to start with - and nobody coming in. And Fatty overseeing the lot, probably for the whole season, because they can't afford to sack him.

 

Next season is them walking the green mile.

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They stayed up as the majority of us thought they would, they enjoyed it, let them have their moment of faux joy while we go for our 3rd and 4th moments of real, unadulterated, trophy laden, conquering all of Europe, joy in the next 9 days. 


 

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3 minutes ago, Beno said:

What Carragher done to upset him now. 

I didn't hear all of it, but I caught the words "overrated, beak-faced, diving shitcunt, rat prick".

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