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  1. Wezza

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Arsenal showing the Ev what a positive impact a change of manager can have.
  2. Wezza

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    One positive for them - I believe they will be first on Match of the Day
  3. Wezza

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Restricted boooo seats
  4. Wezza

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    It’s all contrived. On the same day they will sack Silva, hire Moyes until the end of the season and then in all the excitement make a small press release saying the stadium plan had been shelved.
  5. Surely Joe could have kept him at arms length?
  6. Wezza

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Dermot Gallagher is in on the conspiracy Brighton 3-2 Everton INCIDENT: In the 78th minute, Michael Keane and Aaron Connolly were both focused on a high ball, with Connolly then going down clutching his ankle. Referee Andy Madley waved the play on, but VAR reviewed the decision and showed Keane just caught the Brighton forward on the ankle. Lee Mason at Stockley Park awarded Brighton the penalty, much to the dismay of Everton, which Neal Maupay converted. After the game, manager Marco Silva questioned why the Brighton penalty had been given and not one for Richarlison in the 55th minute after he was pulled down in the area by Martin Montoya DERMOT'S VERDICT: Correct decisions. DERMOT SAYS: "I think this is the result of the David Silva and Jefferson Lerma one in as much that they decided that when he stood on his foot, it should have been a penalty. "Here, VAR has shown that Keane has stood on his foot and therefore he has given a penalty. That's how they've moved forward. He stands on his foot and that's what we've been told so I can't argue with the pictures. "I wouldn't have given the Richarlison one, but many would I think. He is already on his way down, feels a touch and continues to go down so it's not a penalty for me."
  7. Wezza

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    They could fill it in five minutes with all of the Barcelona and Tottenham shirts they wasted money on last year.
  8. Wezza

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Our injuries are on the same level as pace goals, ie. they dont count.
  9. Wezza

    Thomas Cook on the verge of collapse

    You are right, a degree of business sense will prevail or they will end up going the same way as TC and it will make no sense to have two offices in the same place. They must though think there is still a future for high street travel (I’m personally not convinced) but Hays at least don’t have all the added drain that TC had in terms of planes, hotels etc. I hope they prove me wrong and make a success of it.
  10. Wezza

    Thomas Cook on the verge of collapse

    I’ve spent just over two weeks working on the repatriation. Shit circumstances but the job done by everyone at the CAA in getting all the people home was miraculous. Sadly the media were only keen to promote the negative experiences a minority had. Great to see that the shops have been picked up today, I hope as many people as possible are back in employment ASAP.