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Post  Mr_Ben on Sat 26 Feb 2011, 5:01 pm

The President wrote:Time for a clean sheet

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Post  Doc( Ninetoes )blue on Sat 26 Feb 2011, 5:03 pm

What a nice Birthday prezzy Smile)
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Post  Mr_Ben on Sat 26 Feb 2011, 5:03 pm

good performance still not too sure if we were good or Sunderland were just shit

Becks must be near my 10 league goal prediction?
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Sat 26 Feb 2011, 5:04 pm

Mr_Ben wrote:good performance still not too sure if we were good or Sunderland were just shit

Becks must be near my 10 league goal prediction?
A bit of both mate. Quite possibly more that Sunderland were shit to be honest, but we don't care!
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Post  Mr_Ben on Sat 26 Feb 2011, 5:07 pm

Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
Mr_Ben wrote:good performance still not too sure if we were good or Sunderland were just shit

Becks must be near my 10 league goal prediction?
A bit of both mate. Quite possibly more that Sunderland were shit to be honest, but we don't care!

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Post  Super on Sat 26 Feb 2011, 5:11 pm

Mr_Ben wrote:good performance still not too sure if we were good or Sunderland were just shit

Becks must be near my 10 league goal prediction?

Thinks that 6 in the league now.
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Post  Sheep Flavour on Sat 26 Feb 2011, 5:19 pm

Everton manager David Moyes after seeing the Toffees ease to a 2-0 win over Sunderland: "I'm delighted for Jermaine Beckford, scoring two goals in a Premier League game is great. We always knew he could score goals if we gave him the opportunities because he's a goalscorer, that's what he does. He's got a lot of work to do still, but today was really good."
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Post  Diamond on Sat 26 Feb 2011, 5:45 pm

Super wrote:
Mr_Ben wrote:good performance still not too sure if we were good or Sunderland were just shit

Becks must be near my 10 league goal prediction?

Thinks that 6 in the league now.


yeh that bet at the start of the season is looking on now as long as he dont have the first goal taken away for an own goal/ he should be able to get another 4 league goals before the end of the season.
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Post  anticipate_the_pass on Sat 26 Feb 2011, 7:11 pm

That performance today was a relief, a little bit of breathing space in the table.
Hopefully afro 's injury is not too serious, we need him for the run in...
Agree with the comments earlier about Jack, he gives us that extra spark. Hope we can hold onto him. Cool
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Post  mindyerEnvelopeRef? on Sat 26 Feb 2011, 7:24 pm

anticipate_the_pass wrote:That performance today was a relief, a little bit of breathing space in the table.
Hopefully afro 's injury is not too serious, we need him for the run in...
Agree with the comments earlier about Jack, he gives us that extra spark. Hope we can hold onto him. Cool or drive the price up to somewhere north of Andy Carroll's

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Post  Bryan on Sat 26 Feb 2011, 7:34 pm

Felli a doubt for Tues.

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Post  ToffeeDan on Sat 26 Feb 2011, 7:44 pm

Easy win - all played well - especially Ossie.

Sunderland vacated the space in front of their back 4 allowing Mikel and Ossie (and Rodwell) to plough through them - we could have won 5 or 6-0 or 1 here.. apart from a 10 minute spell near half-time they never showed up.

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Post  Statman on Sat 26 Feb 2011, 11:56 pm

Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
Dixie Land wrote:FUCKING BECKFORD!!! I go to get a beer out of the fridge and the bastard scores. Mad
Please go and get a second one then you stupid cunt. Wink

Been busy today so just reading this now. KoT, you are a funny man for an American.
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Post  Statman on Sun 27 Feb 2011, 12:17 am

Sheep Flavour wrote:Everton manager David Moyes after seeing the Toffees ease to a 2-0 win over Sunderland: "I'm delighted for Jermaine Beckford, scoring two goals in a Premier League game is great. We always knew he could score goals if we gave him the opportunities because he's a goalscorer, that's what he does. He's got a lot of work to do still, but today was really good."

The first looked like a good pass to the man running in at the far post. Fortunately, Bramble made the near post run. The second was a scuff. Still I wouldn't mind him getting 30 scruffy goals every season.
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Post  anticipate_the_pass on Sun 27 Feb 2011, 1:37 am

Statman wrote:
Sheep Flavour wrote:Everton manager David Moyes after seeing the Toffees ease to a 2-0 win over Sunderland: "I'm delighted for Jermaine Beckford, scoring two goals in a Premier League game is great. We always knew he could score goals if we gave him the opportunities because he's a goalscorer, that's what he does. He's got a lot of work to do still, but today was really good."

The first looked like a good pass to the man running in at the far post. Fortunately, Bramble made the near post run. The second was a scuff. Still I wouldn't mind him getting 30 scruffy goals every season.

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Post  hairy cataract on Sun 27 Feb 2011, 8:35 am

Beckford's movement was excellent I thought. He's got a really good striker's brain. Unfortunately, in front of goal, he's got a donkey's feet. His two goals yesterday were both lucky. Great to see him and Saha playing up front together from the start though - how often has Moyes played two up front at home? Not often enough, and it caused Sunderland loads of problems, plus allowed Ossie space to play.

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Post  Diamond on Sun 27 Feb 2011, 8:43 am

hairy cataract wrote:Beckford's movement was excellent I thought. He's got a really good striker's brain. Unfortunately, in front of goal, he's got a donkey's feet. His two goals yesterday were both lucky. Great to see him and Saha playing up front together from the start though - how often has Moyes played two up front at home? Not often enough, and it caused Sunderland loads of problems, plus allowed Ossie space to play.



They always say good strikers score all sorts of goals even nasty ones and yesterday they probably go into that Category. I dont really agree with your comment he has donkeys feet, he has scored some decent goals, the one at Anfield was nice and the Bolton one was especially really nice, if that had been Arteta or Pienaar scoring it would have been praised a lot more.

I have seen enough of Beckford now to think he will be a good signing for us, I only wish he was 5 or 6 years younger.
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Post  Luka Perfect on Sun 27 Feb 2011, 9:03 am

Diamond wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:Beckford's movement was excellent I thought. He's got a really good striker's brain. Unfortunately, in front of goal, he's got a donkey's feet. His two goals yesterday were both lucky. Great to see him and Saha playing up front together from the start though - how often has Moyes played two up front at home? Not often enough, and it caused Sunderland loads of problems, plus allowed Ossie space to play.



They always say good strikers score all sorts of goals even nasty ones and yesterday they probably go into that Category. I dont really agree with your comment he has donkeys feet, he has scored some decent goals, the one at Anfield was nice and the Bolton one was especially really nice, if that had been Arteta or Pienaar scoring it would have been praised a lot more.

I have seen enough of Beckford now to think he will be a good signing for us, I only wish he was 5 or 6 years younger.

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Post  hairy cataract on Sun 27 Feb 2011, 10:11 am

Diamond wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:Beckford's movement was excellent I thought. He's got a really good striker's brain. Unfortunately, in front of goal, he's got a donkey's feet. His two goals yesterday were both lucky. Great to see him and Saha playing up front together from the start though - how often has Moyes played two up front at home? Not often enough, and it caused Sunderland loads of problems, plus allowed Ossie space to play.



They always say good strikers score all sorts of goals even nasty ones and yesterday they probably go into that Category. I dont really agree with your comment he has donkeys feet, he has scored some decent goals, the one at Anfield was nice and the Bolton one was especially really nice, if that had been Arteta or Pienaar scoring it would have been praised a lot more.

I have seen enough of Beckford now to think he will be a good signing for us, I only wish he was 5 or 6 years younger.

No, to be honest, it was just a good line about the donkey's feet. But he isn't the best finisher in the world, to put it mildly. Coincidentally, I noticed in the Sunday Times today that Moyes said Beckford's movement in the box is as good as any he's seen, but he needs to improve on other aspects of his game. I tend to agree. His feet are actually quite quick at times on the edge of the box, but his finishing is desperately poor overall. Sure, he scores the odd spectacular, and he is almost a fantastic player. If he could improve his everyday, Gary Lineker style finishing by 50%, he would be a world-class player. Always assuming he can work out how the offside rule goes.
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Post  Diamond on Sun 27 Feb 2011, 10:28 am

hairy cataract wrote:
Diamond wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:Beckford's movement was excellent I thought. He's got a really good striker's brain. Unfortunately, in front of goal, he's got a donkey's feet. His two goals yesterday were both lucky. Great to see him and Saha playing up front together from the start though - how often has Moyes played two up front at home? Not often enough, and it caused Sunderland loads of problems, plus allowed Ossie space to play.



They always say good strikers score all sorts of goals even nasty ones and yesterday they probably go into that Category. I dont really agree with your comment he has donkeys feet, he has scored some decent goals, the one at Anfield was nice and the Bolton one was especially really nice, if that had been Arteta or Pienaar scoring it would have been praised a lot more.

I have seen enough of Beckford now to think he will be a good signing for us, I only wish he was 5 or 6 years younger.



No, to be honest, it was just a good line about the donkey's feet. But he isn't the best finisher in the world, to put it mildly. Coincidentally, I noticed in the Sunday Times today that Moyes said Beckford's movement in the box is as good as any he's seen, but he needs to improve on other aspects of his game. I tend to agree. His feet are actually quite quick at times on the edge of the box, but his finishing is desperately poor overall. Sure, he scores the odd spectacular, and he is almost a fantastic player. If he could improve his everyday, Gary Lineker style finishing by 50%, he would be a world-class player. Always assuming he can work out how the offside rule goes.




I think next season will be the time to judge him better, he seems to be getting more confident now and with strikers that is the main thing...just look how shit Rooney was looking for months because he was so low on confidence. His age has always put me off a bit because this really should be his peak age and the fact he has not made it before is slightly offputting but then Ian Wright came into football late and didnt sign for Arsenal untill he was 28 so hopefully it will be something like that for Beckford
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Post  hairy cataract on Sun 27 Feb 2011, 12:51 pm

[quote="Diamond"][quote="hairy cataract"]
Diamond wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:Beckford's movement was excellent I thought. He's got a really good striker's brain. Unfortunately, in front of goal, he's got a donkey's feet. His two goals yesterday were both lucky. Great to see him and Saha playing up front together from the start though - how often has Moyes played two up front at home? Not often enough, and it caused Sunderland loads of problems, plus allowed Ossie space to play.



They always say good strikers score all sorts of goals even nasty ones and yesterday they probably go into that Category. I dont really agree with your comment he has donkeys feet, he has scored some decent goals, the one at Anfield was nice and the Bolton one was especially really nice, if that had been Arteta or Pienaar scoring it would have been praised a lot more.

I have seen enough of Beckford now to think he will be a good signing for us, I only wish he was 5 or 6 years younger.

I hope so, cos he's my kind of striker. And I'm not that worried about his age - he's hungry and he knows he's got limited time to hit his peak; in some ways that's better than being a wonder-kid getting loads of over-the-top press coverage and England call-ups. Beckford for nuppence or Carroll for £35m? No-brainer in the Value For Money stakes.

All we need now is Arteta to hit form so he can open the defences for Beckford and Saha to cause mayhem. In a weird way, we're an Arteta away from a run which could get us into the Europa next season. The defence is looking so much better with Jags getting back to full fitness.
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Post  mindyerEnvelopeRef? on Sun 27 Feb 2011, 1:08 pm

[quote="hairy cataract"][quote="Diamond"]
hairy cataract wrote:
Diamond wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:Beckford's movement was excellent I thought. He's got a really good striker's brain. Unfortunately, in front of goal, he's got a donkey's feet. His two goals yesterday were both lucky. Great to see him and Saha playing up front together from the start though - how often has Moyes played two up front at home? Not often enough, and it caused Sunderland loads of problems, plus allowed Ossie space to play.



They always say good strikers score all sorts of goals even nasty ones and yesterday they probably go into that Category. I dont really agree with your comment he has donkeys feet, he has scored some decent goals, the one at Anfield was nice and the Bolton one was especially really nice, if that had been Arteta or Pienaar scoring it would have been praised a lot more.

I have seen enough of Beckford now to think he will be a good signing for us, I only wish he was 5 or 6 years younger.

I hope so, cos he's my kind of striker. And I'm not that worried about his age - he's hungry and he knows he's got limited time to hit his peak; in some ways that's better than being a wonder-kid getting loads of over-the-top press coverage and England call-ups. Beckford for nuppence or Carroll for £35m? No-brainer in the Value For Money stakes.

All we need now is Arteta to hit form so he can open the defences for Beckford and Saha to cause mayhem. In a weird way, we're an Arteta away from a run which could get us into the Europa next season. The defence is looking so much better with Jags getting back to full fitness.
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Post  Sack the Juggler on Sun 27 Feb 2011, 2:46 pm

[quote="mindyerho?"][quote="hairy cataract"]
Diamond wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:
Diamond wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:Beckford's movement was excellent I thought. He's got a really good striker's brain. Unfortunately, in front of goal, he's got a donkey's feet. His two goals yesterday were both lucky. Great to see him and Saha playing up front together from the start though - how often has Moyes played two up front at home? Not often enough, and it caused Sunderland loads of problems, plus allowed Ossie space to play.



They always say good strikers score all sorts of goals even nasty ones and yesterday they probably go into that Category. I dont really agree with your comment he has donkeys feet, he has scored some decent goals, the one at Anfield was nice and the Bolton one was especially really nice, if that had been Arteta or Pienaar scoring it would have been praised a lot more.

I have seen enough of Beckford now to think he will be a good signing for us, I only wish he was 5 or 6 years younger.

I hope so, cos he's my kind of striker. And I'm not that worried about his age - he's hungry and he knows he's got limited time to hit his peak; in some ways that's better than being a wonder-kid getting loads of over-the-top press coverage and England call-ups. Beckford for nuppence or Carroll for £35m? No-brainer in the Value For Money stakes.

All we need now is Arteta to hit form so he can open the defences for Beckford and Saha to cause mayhem. In a weird way, we're an Arteta away from a run which could get us into the Europa next season. The defence is looking so much better with Jags getting back to full fitness.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Sun 27 Feb 2011, 5:45 pm

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Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
Dixie Land wrote:FUCKING BECKFORD!!! I go to get a beer out of the fridge and the bastard scores. Mad
Please go and get a second one then you stupid cunt. Wink

Been busy today so just reading this now. KoT, you are a funny man for an American.
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