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Post  RhinoJagz on Sun 11 May 2014, 5:29 pm

With Arsenal winning their last 5 games we would have to won 12 in a row to get Champs League! Great season, some big highs and a few lows but all fears that Bobby would have made us too brittle proved unfounded.

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Post  Yankthattoffee on Sun 11 May 2014, 5:32 pm

RM starts work on transfers at 6pm tonight.
A big hope that the EFC players have decent WCs, but not so good that it attracts the sharks and wolves.
Keep all what we have seen in the last 4 months, get the rest fit, get 4-5 really decent players in, and let's see what we can do in Europe.

btw, I hadn't realised that a barcodes win would have seen the Shyte go 3rd. Shame  Rolling Eyes 
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Post  hairy cataract on Sun 11 May 2014, 5:55 pm

Bluejagz wrote:With Arsenal winning their last 5 games we would have to won 12 in a row to get Champs League! Great season, some big highs and a few lows but all fears that Bobby would have made us too brittle proved unfounded.

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72 points is an incredible return. People will talk about Citteh's title win and they were, for the majority of the season, purring like a Rolls Royce. People will talk about Pulis at Palace, where he not only exceeded all expectations but actually got them playing some good footie, not like he did at Stoke. People will talk about the Shite and how close they came, and they did play some great attacking football. But Citteh have depth throughout the squad that only billions can buy, and Palace are a mid-table side in a league that outside the top eight or so is mediocre, and the Shite have spent so much money over the past few years that they should always be in or around the top four and have consistently under-achieved.

Everton on the other hand have a minus spend in the transfer market over the past five years. Have consistently overachieved under Moyes. Have no big names in the team, and a wages budget half that of the likes of Liverpool and Spurs. To finish fifth with a points total that would have achieved top four in almost every other season is remarkable. Some people were wary of Roberto when he came in, but he's been fucking outstanding this season.

Team of the year, whatever the Shite-loving media pundits say.
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Post  RhinoJagz on Sun 11 May 2014, 11:23 pm

hairberto cataract wrote:
Bluejagz wrote:With Arsenal winning their last 5 games we would have to won 12 in a row to get Champs League! Great season, some big highs and a few lows but all fears that Bobby would have made us too brittle proved unfounded.

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72 points is an incredible return.  People will talk about Citteh's title win and they were, for the majority of the season, purring like a Rolls Royce.  People will talk about Pulis at Palace, where he not only exceeded all expectations but actually got them playing some good footie, not like he did at Stoke.  People will talk about the Shite and how close they came, and they did play some great attacking football.  But Citteh have depth throughout the squad that only billions can buy, and Palace are a mid-table side in a league that outside the top eight or so is mediocre, and the Shite have spent so much money over the past few years that they should always be in or around the top four and have consistently under-achieved.  

Everton on the other hand have a minus spend in the transfer market over the past five years.  Have consistently overachieved under Moyes.  Have no big names in the team, and a wages budget half that of the likes of Liverpool and Spurs.  To finish fifth with a points total that would have achieved top four in almost every other season is remarkable.  Some people were wary of Roberto when he came in, but he's been fucking outstanding this season.  

Team of the year, whatever the Shite-loving media pundits say.

Looking back on a few league tables over the last ten years, our points total sits very favorably. Would have got us second in one of the season. Don't know if its the all or nothing approach under Bobby but since we drew with West Brom on Jan 20th, we have gone 19 games (3 in the cup) without another draw, winning 12 and losing 7.

Dream scenario next season would be to play (and beat) Liverpool in knockout stages of Europa League. Very Happy 

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Post  Statman on Mon 12 May 2014, 12:38 am

Bluejagz wrote:With Arsenal winning their last 5 games we would have to won 12 in a row to get Champs League! Great season, some big highs and a few lows but all fears that Bobby would have made us too brittle proved unfounded.

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I can't be arsed typing it but I know how it looks. Imagine that we had won those 3 games (Palace, Soton and Citeh) the final table would look a bit tight. We'd had got what we wanted and wouldn't have.
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Post  RhinoJagz on Mon 12 May 2014, 9:29 am

Statman wrote:
Bluejagz wrote:With Arsenal winning their last 5 games we would have to won 12 in a row to get Champs League! Great season, some big highs and a few lows but all fears that Bobby would have made us too brittle proved unfounded.

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I can't be arsed typing it but I know how it looks. Imagine that we had won those 3 games (Palace, Soton and Citeh) the final table would look a bit tight. We'd had got what we wanted and wouldn't have.

My point is we would have to have won every game since March to get 4th which was a lot to ask for any club. But to win 9 and lose just 3 on paper looks impressive. We got Palace in the middle of a superb run, an early go against a buoyant Soton knocked the stuffing out of us and the City game could have gone either way. Arsenals handy run it after we beat them and the return of Ramsey really swung it in their favour. Still it was great to destroy them at GP.

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Post  SEFTON on Mon 12 May 2014, 9:31 am

Well-done Everton-Roberto Martinez great season.
European football at last , do us proud once again in the summer transfer window,lets make Champions League football a reality.
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Post  The President on Mon 12 May 2014, 10:09 am

Good end to a great season
We need to strengthen and move forward from this season
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Post  Hinchcliffe Corner on Mon 12 May 2014, 10:57 am

A lot to be hopeful about. Our highest ever points total in the prem, normally enough points to get CL, a very positive goal difference (the most pleasing of the stats in my opinion), and euro footy next season (possibly straight in to the group stage if Le Arse win the cup).

I hope that now RM has had a season to really get to know the club, his transfer dealings will be top notch. I wouldn't be surprised to see Lukaku head back to Chelsea, but think we'll get someone just as good in to replace him (Personally, I'd love to see Wellbeck come in). I think we'll hang on to Barry and Deulofeu for another season too. If we have a good summer of transfer activity, I think we'll be able to compete in both the League and Europa next year.
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Post  Statman on Mon 12 May 2014, 1:45 pm

Bluejagz wrote:
Statman wrote:
Bluejagz wrote:With Arsenal winning their last 5 games we would have to won 12 in a row to get Champs League! Great season, some big highs and a few lows but all fears that Bobby would have made us too brittle proved unfounded.

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I can't be arsed typing it but I know how it looks. Imagine that we had won those 3 games (Palace, Soton and Citeh) the final table would look a bit tight. We'd had got what we wanted and wouldn't have.

My point is we would have to have won every game since March to get 4th which was a lot to ask for any club. But to win 9 and lose just 3 on paper looks impressive. We got Palace in the middle of a superb run, an early go against a buoyant Soton knocked the stuffing out of us and the City game could have gone either way. Arsenals handy run it after we beat them and the return of Ramsey really swung it in their favour. Still it was great to destroy them at GP.

And Palace got Everton in the middle of an even better run. We finished 5th and Palace finished 11th. We were at home and Palace were away.

My conclusion - we messed up big time.

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Post  Hinchcliffe Corner on Mon 12 May 2014, 1:56 pm

Statman wrote:

My conclusion - we messed up big time.


I think that's a little harsh.  Every team has the odd slip up during the season.  You can probably count the amount of times we threw points away on one hand (I'm not counting the run of draws at the start of the season, as Bobby was still finding his feet at that point.)  All the teams around us also threw away points at times during the season.  I think we deserved 5th, and Le Arse got 4th because of thier early season form.
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Post  Armchair on Mon 12 May 2014, 2:26 pm

Everyone ends up where they deserve to. We were fifth best team this season.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Mon 12 May 2014, 2:51 pm

Hinchcliffe Corner wrote:
Statman wrote:

My conclusion - we messed up big time.


I think that's a little harsh.  Every team has the odd slip up during the season.  You can probably count the amount of times we threw points away on one hand (I'm not counting the run of draws at the start of the season, as Bobby was still finding his feet at that point.)  All the teams around us also threw away points at times during the season.  I think we deserved 5th, and Le Arse got 4th because of thier early season form.
Or Gerrard has one.  cheers lol! 
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Post  Hinchcliffe Corner on Mon 12 May 2014, 3:52 pm

Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
Hinchcliffe Corner wrote:
Statman wrote:

My conclusion - we messed up big time.


I think that's a little harsh.  Every team has the odd slip up during the season.  You can probably count the amount of times we threw points away on one hand (I'm not counting the run of draws at the start of the season, as Bobby was still finding his feet at that point.)  All the teams around us also threw away points at times during the season.  I think we deserved 5th, and Le Arse got 4th because of thier early season form.
Or Gerrard has one.  cheers lol! 

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Post  Statman on Mon 12 May 2014, 11:35 pm

Hinchcliffe Corner wrote:
Statman wrote:

My conclusion - we messed up big time.


I think that's a little harsh.  Every team has the odd slip up during the season.  You can probably count the amount of times we threw points away on one hand (I'm not counting the run of draws at the start of the season, as Bobby was still finding his feet at that point.)  All the teams around us also threw away points at times during the season.  I think we deserved 5th, and Le Arse got 4th because of thier early season form.

I'm only referring to the Palace game. People keep saying that they were on a great run as if it was inevitable. We were on our best ever Premiership run and, being, the home team would have expected to win. Yes these things happen but I just don't get the 'they were on a great run' excuse.
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Post  SEFTON on Tue 13 May 2014, 10:41 am

Statman wrote:
Hinchcliffe Corner wrote:
Statman wrote:

My conclusion - we messed up big time.


I think that's a little harsh.  Every team has the odd slip up during the season.  You can probably count the amount of times we threw points away on one hand (I'm not counting the run of draws at the start of the season, as Bobby was still finding his feet at that point.)  All the teams around us also threw away points at times during the season.  I think we deserved 5th, and Le Arse got 4th because of thier early season form.

I'm only referring to the Palace game. People keep saying that they were on a great run as if it was inevitable. We were on our best ever Premiership run and, being, the home team would have expected to win. Yes these things happen but I just don't get the 'they were on a great run' excuse.

Its more to do with the teams they were getting results from , Beating Chesea-Everton-drawing with the shyte.
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