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  1. liverpoolsno9

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Listening to the phone in on Talkshite. Blue phones in saying he wants Poch, interviewer says he might be setting his sights a bit high for Poch. "We are Everton Football Club, one of the biggest clubs in the country, founder members of the League, Nil Satis Nisi Optimum", They are absolutely fucking delusional. God love them
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    Everton (H) Premier League - 4/12/19 - 20:15

    Deflated by that team, from looking forward to it to dreading it. They're gonna defend in numbers, we've not got the guile to break them down. This isn't gonna be pretty. Lallana and Shaq off on 60 and Bobby and Mo to win us it
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    Everton (H) Premier League - 4/12/19 - 20:15

    what score is it? Let us know and I’ll put a bet on as it doesn’t kick off here for another hour.
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    Other Football - 2019/20

    They weren't happy on GOT that Peter Drury and Jim Beglin are supposedly on our game tomorrow.
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    Everton (H) Premier League - 4/12/19 - 20:15

    Yeah, you’re prob right. They’d probably have to split it. Each to their own and all that. Just some people getting on their high horse over it........... I can’t believe how thick some people are. We were getting these games in the BT “package” last year but now you’ve got to pay another subscription to view them and some people are happy about it. Fucking hilarious. Bringing up natural monopolies because you think it makes you sound clever when you’re missing the point a 10 year old child could understand.
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    Everton (H) Premier League - 4/12/19 - 20:15

    ‘Yeah, it’s shit and that, but when the news was released I must admit that myself a most of my friends weren’t too bothered as we all have Amazon Prime anyway. Selfish I know. But I quite like the idea of it. Choice of games and I’m not just paying for that, I’m also getting a very good service from the other side of the site that I use regularly and I think I get value for money. I don’t sub to Sky because of the expense and there’s no value for me as there’s other avenues to view. I’ve no doubt that if this is successful and they buy a bigger slice of the pie that the sub will increase. And I’ll get it because I like their service and it suits me. Does that make thick?
  7. liverpoolsno9

    Players that have come good after a bad start?

    Of course, you’re right. And it seems extremely harsh for one of the best players to play in the Premier. However, his 1st months belied what he was to become. His start was more than a couple of months. The months in question, we’re at the start. And it wasn’t very good. So added all together. His start wasn’t very good.
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    Players that have come good after a bad start?

    I’ve not even mentioned Naby! I’ve only remarked on a player who turned out good after a bad start. Henry. He. Still. Got. Off. To. A. Bad. Start. Thierry Henry knew something needed to change. His decision was made – that morning he would go into Arsene Wenger’s office at London Colney and tell his manager that he didn’t want to be a striker anymore. Nobody would have minded anyway; not the fans who’d been disappointed with the 22-year-old’s first months at Arsenal, and least of all Henry himself, his confidence shot to bits after a tough start to life in north London. Patrick Vieira was teasing him about his profligacy, but deep down it hurt. Henry’s early days at Arsenal are synonymous with the simple fact that he didn’t score in his first eight appearances. In mid-September he memorably broke his deadlock at The Dell with a 79th-minute winner against Southampton that came only eight minutes after he’d been introduced off the bench. So too had his marker: Saints’ Hugo Almeida was making his debut for the injured Claus Lundekvam, and was soon being turned by Henry to help the Frenchman open his account with a lovely curled finish beyond Paul Jones. Henry didn’t start Arsenal’s next game four days later, a Champions League group stage tussle against AIK Solna at Wembley, but again came off the bench to set up Suker for a goal and round off the scoring himself in a 3-1 win. Still, though, the comparisons with his predecessor wouldn’t go away. According to The Times, Henry was “still snatching at chances that Anelka would have converted”. One of those was an easy early miss from close range. “If we hadn’t won the game I would have felt as if I’d let everyone down,” he said post-match. “I looked at the clock and knew I had nine minutes to put it right.” He did, of course, but those niggly thoughts ate away at him throughout his first four months at Highbury: Henry had netted only twice in his first 17 games in all competitions, and the situation was bringing him down. Outwardly he preached patience, but the reality that followed was seven more scoreless games after that Solna win. At this point he was still being played out wide. “I think the boss wants me to play in a more central role,” Henry reiterated. “That’s fine, but it means having to learn about timing your runs in a completely different way. That takes time.” The turning point for Henry’s first season at Arsenal wasn’t even a game he scored in, or even made a direct contribution to a goal for that matter. It came on November 25, 1999, in a UEFA Cup first-leg tussle against Nantes; the Gunners had failed to get out of their Champions League group, and thus found themselves in the third round of Europe’s secondary competition. Henry had replaced Freddie Ljungberg with Arsenal 1-0 up and 20 minutes remaining at Highbury, and although he couldn’t add to his miserly Gunners tally, the young Frenchman looked lively and carved out numerous chances off his own back.
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    Players that have come good after a bad start?

    And? He got off to a bad start. That’s what the thread is about, is it not? His scoring in the 1st season is only half the story. He only scored 2 in his 1sT 17 games and had some fans on his back. That’s a bad start for such a World Class player in my book
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    Players that have come good after a bad start?

    Seem to remember Terry Henry not having the best of starts at the Arse. He went on to become ok.
  11. liverpoolsno9

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Even when they get a decision......... N.S.N.O. Player Valuation: £35m 1 minute ago New Add bookmark #1,141 In our favour, or in Liverpools favour?
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Simeone and Everton, a match made in heaven. Yakinblue Player Valuation: £6m Yesterday at 7:25 PM Add bookmark #71 Diego Simeone because of his man-management, passion on the touch line something EFC have been lacking for a very long time...since HK in fact and I think he would totally get EFC it's like a match made in heaven.
  13. I'm quite liking Jose now, he had me questioning myself when he was doing his punditry for Sky and it's actually carrying over into him managing again. What the fuck is happening me, I don't like it.
  14. liverpoolsno9

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    They said on their forum that he's never reffed either of us independently, only when we've played each other. Reckon they should know!!!!!!
  15. liverpoolsno9

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    The Derby Ref thread over on GOT is quite amusing, even though they’re so shit and there’s a few recognising the fact, the conspiracy theories abound. Apparently Mike Deans 2 sons are RS season ticket holders. The FA have picked 2 of our lovebirds Dean and Atkinson to help is over the line and . have you not noticed in the last few years that the big selling brands get every decision so they end up in the runners up league?Just like all roads lead to Rome, all points go to those who attract the tv audiences.Now it's just possible that if Everton did well then they'd attract the same audiences as any ic the top established clubs - but the media wouldn't countenance any possible risk of losing a penny if income during a transition - ergo any progress from a middling club is blocked by mysteriously bad refereeing decisions. https://www.grandoldteam.com/forum/threads/derby-ref.108726/page-3
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