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Post  BB on Sun 14 Nov 2010, 5:43 pm

mindyerho? wrote:
BB wrote:
Goodison_Gringo wrote:Wanktits.

Jagielka - poor
Saha - poor
Arteta - piss poor
Distin - good
Pienaar - good
Baines - excellent
Coleman - excellent
Cahill - excellent

I think it may be time to give Gueye a few minutes and bring Pienaar inside a little.

Conclusion - that referee was shithouse. can't ever see him getting one of the really big games.

Huh? He's just reffed the World Cup final. They don't come bigger than that.


I think he's a decent ref. He's a bit fussy sometimes, but there are worse out there for sure.



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I like Webb normally but how many final warnings did he give Song?
I hate Arse, a nasty snidey little team.
Also I hope Fellaini watched that and thought
"What a twat I am, we'd have won that with me out there"
or alternatively
"I wish I'd waited until this week and gotten sent off for kicking Fabregas in the balls"

BITTER Laughing
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Post  ToffeeDan on Sun 14 Nov 2010, 5:50 pm

Sorry (although I don't agree with Cesc's POV) - the better team won and Webb didn't do a whole lot wrong. Maybe he was generous with the non-red card but generally he got an awful lot right. Pienaar and Cahill apart most of the front 6 we're poor to average.

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Post  hairy cataract on Sun 14 Nov 2010, 5:56 pm

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hairy cataract wrote:Fabregas said:

We knew their game was long ball but we did well against it.



scratch Was I watching a different game? Were we playing long ball?

Longer than we have been. We seem to be running out of ideas.

Moyes playing 4 strikers if you count Cahill was strange. If you want a goal, isn't it better to dominate the midfield? 2 strikers at most, and maybe one of the central defenders push up?

But we were only playing 4 strikers in the latter stages. I thought we mostly played it along the ground. It was hardly a Big Dunc era hoofball-fest was it? I mean, Fabregas seems to be suggesting they set-up to play against a route one team, which we ain't.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Sun 14 Nov 2010, 6:08 pm

hairy cataract wrote:
BB wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:Fabregas said:

We knew their game was long ball but we did well against it.



scratch Was I watching a different game? Were we playing long ball?

Longer than we have been. We seem to be running out of ideas.

Moyes playing 4 strikers if you count Cahill was strange. If you want a goal, isn't it better to dominate the midfield? 2 strikers at most, and maybe one of the central defenders push up?

But we were only playing 4 strikers in the latter stages. I thought we mostly played it along the ground. It was hardly a Big Dunc era hoofball-fest was it? I mean, Fabregas seems to be suggesting they set-up to play against a route one team, which we ain't.
Nope, and I for one am glad to see we have moved away from that kind of play. Hell, even Bolton play it on the floor these days.

We were hoofing it a bit towards the end since we had to get the ball in the box trying to score to tie the game up.

interesting point about Beckford - his turn and shot looked promising indeed. It was equally interesting to see the shout match between Pienaar and Beckford when Pienaar tried to pass it to him and the the two were not on the same page as to where the ball should have been.
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Post  mindyerEnvelopeRef? on Sun 14 Nov 2010, 6:18 pm

BB wrote:
mindyerho? wrote:
BB wrote:
Goodison_Gringo wrote:Wanktits.

Jagielka - poor
Saha - poor
Arteta - piss poor
Distin - good
Pienaar - good
Baines - excellent
Coleman - excellent
Cahill - excellent

I think it may be time to give Gueye a few minutes and bring Pienaar inside a little.

Conclusion - that referee was shithouse. can't ever see him getting one of the really big games.

Huh? He's just reffed the World Cup final. They don't come bigger than that.


I think he's a decent ref. He's a bit fussy sometimes, but there are worse out there for sure.



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I like Webb normally but how many final warnings did he give Song?
I hate Arse, a nasty snidey little team.
Also I hope Fellaini watched that and thought
"What a twat I am, we'd have won that with me out there"
or alternatively
"I wish I'd waited until this week and gotten sent off for kicking Fabregas in the balls"

BITTER Laughing

Embarassed fuck yes. I was watching amongst a crowd of Arse fans, one of whom had his three daughters (all under 10) with him so we couldn't even swear. lol!
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Post  Statman on Sun 14 Nov 2010, 10:51 pm

Made 4 Gwladys wrote:Song punches a ball away in the pen area from Saha... obviously no pen...and Webb is still a twat

Do you reckon that MOTD2 will commenton that?

Alan Smith (on Sky) reckoned that it hit his chest?

He also reckoned that Saha didn't have a goal scoring chance when brought down?
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Post  Statman on Sun 14 Nov 2010, 10:53 pm

Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:Nasri's chance came after Arteta lost the ball - just like the second goal.

Arteta did get caught a few times but to be fair he was given some hospital balls to deal with, i.e. the ball was pinged to him when he had two men around him.
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Post  Statman on Sun 14 Nov 2010, 10:58 pm

Made 4 Gwladys wrote:Howard Webb is a prick & Heitinga is going to walk....


btw... Tim Howard really shouldn't be beaten at his near post like that... even though it was hit very well... or is that too harsh ?

The defending was crap. Distin was too slow to get to Sagna.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Sun 14 Nov 2010, 11:00 pm

Statman wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:Nasri's chance came after Arteta lost the ball - just like the second goal.

Arteta did get caught a few times but to be fair he was given some hospital balls to deal with, i.e. the ball was pinged to him when he had two men around him.
See my post on pg 11 mate:

Agreed. He's much more valuable to us than Arteta. I thought that Jags did well, some very good last second tackles to save a goal. Arteta losing the ball in the middle of the pitch over and over hurt us on the second goal (he was under some pressure on that one), but then he loses the ball again and Denilson has a free shot on goal from the edge of the box which he drags wide. No, Arteta needs to be benched. Didn't Moyes say that there was no room for Bily in the middle, well now might be the perfect time to give him a game or two there. He can't do any worse than Arteta, that's for sure.
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Post  Statman on Sun 14 Nov 2010, 11:12 pm

So the ball hit Song's shoulder according to the commentator and the panel didn't think the potential sending off or the Song incident worthy of mention. Rolling Eyes
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Post  SouthernSmugToffee on Mon 15 Nov 2010, 7:44 am

I can't beleive the BBC news this morning described the Fabregas goal as 'Well worked'.

The back heel from Chamakh unintentionally and luckily went between Peinaar's legs, and then the shot from Fabregas took a deflection off Jagielka's boot, which Howard probably would have blocked.

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