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Post  Super on Wed 21 Jul 2010, 9:49 am

Is it worth having a single thread for any reserve team news/reviews etc???

Everton Reserves recorded their third consecutive draw on Tuesday evening after their first outing on their pre-season tour of Scotland against Clyde FC finished 2-2.

The Blues' second string came from behind twice to finish the match in a tie, courtesy of goals from Ross Barkley and James Vaughan.

The hosts were the first to open the scoring when Marc McCusker performed a pacy run past the Blues' defence and finished neatly with only two minutes gone.

James Wallace displayed an excellent piece of skill on 37 minutes to create space for a strong left-footed shot, which goalkeeper JC Hutchinson saved well, but he was beaten two minutes later he blocked a powerful drive from Portuguese international Joao Silva that Academy scholar Barkley was able to slot home.

Brian Dingwall restored the advantage for the home side and hit home a loose ball in the box before the interval.

Striker Vaughan, who joined the tour after returning from the first team's tour of Australia, equalised for the Blues with a low drive on 64 minutes.

And Nathan Craig came close to snatching a winner for Everton with a lobbed effort from 30 yards.

Manager David Moyes also travelled to his homeland to watch the thoroughly entertaining encounter in Cumbernauld.

Everton Reserves: Davies, Thompson, Garbutt (Bidwell 46), Wallace, Nsiala, Mustafi, Akpan, Barkley (Craig 69), Vaughan (Hope 73), Silva (Kinsella 54), Baxter.
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Post  The Griffin on Wed 21 Jul 2010, 10:41 am

I think a separate website is the way forward
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Post  Armchair on Wed 21 Jul 2010, 11:09 am

Nah. Too much organisation at the moment. I prefered the old system of hundreds of similar threads - it's the Evertonians of 606 way!
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Post  MagicMike on Wed 21 Jul 2010, 11:28 am

Hmmm....the OS is being very suspicious over Bob Schepers. He's an eighteen year old Dutch winger currently on trial and he started last night. The OS seems to have either no knowledge of him or they've renamed him Hope Akpan. Suspect
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Post  Tonteau on Wed 21 Jul 2010, 12:12 pm

MagicMike wrote:Hmmm....the OS is being very suspicious over Bob Schepers. He's an eighteen year old Dutch winger currently on trial and he started last night. The OS seems to have either no knowledge of him or they've renamed him Hope Akpan. Suspect

Surprising he didn't just get put down as "Trialist" which is what they usually do.
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Post  Mr_Ben on Wed 21 Jul 2010, 12:18 pm

Tonteau wrote:
MagicMike wrote:Hmmm....the OS is being very suspicious over Bob Schepers. He's an eighteen year old Dutch winger currently on trial and he started last night. The OS seems to have either no knowledge of him or they've renamed him Hope Akpan. Suspect

Surprising he didn't just get put down as "Trialist" which is what they usually do.

agreed
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Wed 21 Jul 2010, 1:57 pm

Tonteau wrote:
MagicMike wrote:Hmmm....the OS is being very suspicious over Bob Schepers. He's an eighteen year old Dutch winger currently on trial and he started last night. The OS seems to have either no knowledge of him or they've renamed him Hope Akpan. Suspect

Surprising he didn't just get put down as "Trialist" which is what they usually do.
The OS is more and more a joke I feel. I haven't been on there every day, but have they mentioned anything in regards to Gosling? I sure haven't seen anything.
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Post  Super on Wed 21 Jul 2010, 1:59 pm

Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
Tonteau wrote:
MagicMike wrote:Hmmm....the OS is being very suspicious over Bob Schepers. He's an eighteen year old Dutch winger currently on trial and he started last night. The OS seems to have either no knowledge of him or they've renamed him Hope Akpan. Suspect

Surprising he didn't just get put down as "Trialist" which is what they usually do.
The OS is more and more a joke I feel. I haven't been on there every day, but have they mentioned anything in regards to Gosling? I sure haven't seen anything.

Not seen anything mate.
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Post  MagicMike on Wed 21 Jul 2010, 1:59 pm

I've just read a match report on WSAG and they mistook Schepers for Nathan Craig. It's all got a bit confusing...
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Post  ToffeeDan on Wed 01 Sep 2010, 2:29 am

After a 1-1 at Chelsea (Barkley starring, Mucha keeping them out)

2-0 home win v Wolves - Baxter (who was later sent off) and sub McAleny scoring.

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Post  Super on Wed 29 Sep 2010, 10:24 am

A Jose Baxter thunderbolt could not prevent Everton Reserves from letting a lead slip to lose 2-1 at Bolton Reserves last night. Goals from Adam Blakeman and Tope Obadeyi were enough to cancel out Baxter’s stunning opener and hand Wanderers all three points and their first win of the season. It was a fast start by Everton and they could have been ahead early on had Magaye Gueye’s solo effort not sailed wide.

Joao Silva, playing as a lone striker, then saw his goal ruled out for offside as Everton threatened to break the deadlock, before Michael O’Halloran shot wide after good wing play from Tope Obadeyi. Baxter, who was a constant threat in a side, then hit the side netting from a teasing Nathan Craig cross.

Tackles continued to fly in and a total of five yellow cards were given out in the first half alone, including four to the visitors for late challenges. Just over half an hour in, a mistake from James Caton gifted the ball to Gueye, who fed Baxter to fire a ferocious 20 yard drive past Lainton’s right hand and into the net.

The goal spurred Wanderers into action and they opened their account for the season through Adam Blakeman, who curled a left foot effort into the bottom right hand corner of the net after Everton had failed to clear a corner. And Wanderers took the lead in the second minute of added time, when Obadeyi powered a left-footed 20 yard drive past Iain Turner at his near post.

Everton Reserves: Turner, Nsiala, Bidwell, Wallace (Akpan, 72), Duffy, Mustafi, Craig (Garbutt, 72), Barkley, Silva, Gueye, Baxter.
Subs not used: Davis, Kinsella, McAleny.

Silva to be the lone striker against Birmingham?

I thought Turner had been loaned out to Coventry City?



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Post  Mr_Ben on Wed 29 Sep 2010, 10:52 am

Super wrote:
A Jose Baxter thunderbolt could not prevent Everton Reserves from letting a lead slip to lose 2-1 at Bolton Reserves last night. Goals from Adam Blakeman and Tope Obadeyi were enough to cancel out Baxter’s stunning opener and hand Wanderers all three points and their first win of the season. It was a fast start by Everton and they could have been ahead early on had Magaye Gueye’s solo effort not sailed wide.

Joao Silva, playing as a lone striker, then saw his goal ruled out for offside as Everton threatened to break the deadlock, before Michael O’Halloran shot wide after good wing play from Tope Obadeyi. Baxter, who was a constant threat in a side, then hit the side netting from a teasing Nathan Craig cross.

Tackles continued to fly in and a total of five yellow cards were given out in the first half alone, including four to the visitors for late challenges. Just over half an hour in, a mistake from James Caton gifted the ball to Gueye, who fed Baxter to fire a ferocious 20 yard drive past Lainton’s right hand and into the net.

The goal spurred Wanderers into action and they opened their account for the season through Adam Blakeman, who curled a left foot effort into the bottom right hand corner of the net after Everton had failed to clear a corner. And Wanderers took the lead in the second minute of added time, when Obadeyi powered a left-footed 20 yard drive past Iain Turner at his near post.

Everton Reserves: Turner, Nsiala, Bidwell, Wallace (Akpan, 72), Duffy, Mustafi, Craig (Garbutt, 72), Barkley, Silva, Gueye, Baxter.
Subs not used: Davis, Kinsella, McAleny.

Silva to be the lone striker against Birmingham?

I thought Turner had been loaned out to Coventry City?




Ditto re: Turner but was it not an emergency loan or something?

Can't belive even the ressies play 4-5-1
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Post  Super on Wed 29 Sep 2010, 11:07 am

Mr_Ben wrote:
Super wrote:
A Jose Baxter thunderbolt could not prevent Everton Reserves from letting a lead slip to lose 2-1 at Bolton Reserves last night. Goals from Adam Blakeman and Tope Obadeyi were enough to cancel out Baxter’s stunning opener and hand Wanderers all three points and their first win of the season. It was a fast start by Everton and they could have been ahead early on had Magaye Gueye’s solo effort not sailed wide.

Joao Silva, playing as a lone striker, then saw his goal ruled out for offside as Everton threatened to break the deadlock, before Michael O’Halloran shot wide after good wing play from Tope Obadeyi. Baxter, who was a constant threat in a side, then hit the side netting from a teasing Nathan Craig cross.

Tackles continued to fly in and a total of five yellow cards were given out in the first half alone, including four to the visitors for late challenges. Just over half an hour in, a mistake from James Caton gifted the ball to Gueye, who fed Baxter to fire a ferocious 20 yard drive past Lainton’s right hand and into the net.

The goal spurred Wanderers into action and they opened their account for the season through Adam Blakeman, who curled a left foot effort into the bottom right hand corner of the net after Everton had failed to clear a corner. And Wanderers took the lead in the second minute of added time, when Obadeyi powered a left-footed 20 yard drive past Iain Turner at his near post.

Everton Reserves: Turner, Nsiala, Bidwell, Wallace (Akpan, 72), Duffy, Mustafi, Craig (Garbutt, 72), Barkley, Silva, Gueye, Baxter.
Subs not used: Davis, Kinsella, McAleny.

Silva to be the lone striker against Birmingham?

I thought Turner had been loaned out to Coventry City?




Ditto re: Turner but was it not an emergency loan or something?

Can't belive even the ressies play 4-5-1

Yeah, have looked it up now, Turner was an emergency loan for Cov.
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Post  ToffeeDan on Wed 29 Sep 2010, 11:18 am

Also lost at home (at Finch Farm) to West Ham a couple of weeks ago (0-1 I think).

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Post  Albert on Wed 29 Sep 2010, 11:57 am

Mr_Ben wrote:
Super wrote:
A Jose Baxter thunderbolt could not prevent Everton Reserves from letting a lead slip to lose 2-1 at Bolton Reserves last night. Goals from Adam Blakeman and Tope Obadeyi were enough to cancel out Baxter’s stunning opener and hand Wanderers all three points and their first win of the season. It was a fast start by Everton and they could have been ahead early on had Magaye Gueye’s solo effort not sailed wide.

Joao Silva, playing as a lone striker, then saw his goal ruled out for offside as Everton threatened to break the deadlock, before Michael O’Halloran shot wide after good wing play from Tope Obadeyi. Baxter, who was a constant threat in a side, then hit the side netting from a teasing Nathan Craig cross.

Tackles continued to fly in and a total of five yellow cards were given out in the first half alone, including four to the visitors for late challenges. Just over half an hour in, a mistake from James Caton gifted the ball to Gueye, who fed Baxter to fire a ferocious 20 yard drive past Lainton’s right hand and into the net.

The goal spurred Wanderers into action and they opened their account for the season through Adam Blakeman, who curled a left foot effort into the bottom right hand corner of the net after Everton had failed to clear a corner. And Wanderers took the lead in the second minute of added time, when Obadeyi powered a left-footed 20 yard drive past Iain Turner at his near post.

Everton Reserves: Turner, Nsiala, Bidwell, Wallace (Akpan, 72), Duffy, Mustafi, Craig (Garbutt, 72), Barkley, Silva, Gueye, Baxter.
Subs not used: Davis, Kinsella, McAleny.

Silva to be the lone striker against Birmingham?

I thought Turner had been loaned out to Coventry City?




Ditto re: Turner but was it not an emergency loan or something?

Can't belive even the ressies play 4-5-1

i think its right that they should play the same system. that way they can integrate easier into the first team.
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Post  Tonteau on Wed 29 Sep 2010, 12:22 pm

Has Joao Silva actually scored for the rezzies yet?
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Post  Super on Wed 29 Sep 2010, 12:58 pm

Tonteau wrote:Has Joao Silva actually scored for the rezzies yet?

Nope.
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Post  Sheep Flavour on Wed 29 Sep 2010, 1:54 pm

Joao Silva had already seen a goal ruled out for offside by the time the visitors took the lead on the half hour.

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Post  Super on Wed 06 Oct 2010, 9:15 am

Everton reserves slipped to a third consecutive defeat as a Lateef Elford-Aliyu goal 12 minutes from time gave West Brom reserves a 2-1 victory at the Stobart Stadium, Widnes. Romaine Sawyers had given the visitors the lead early in the second half before Jose Baxter's quick fire equaliser. But sub Elford-Aliyu decided the game with a smart goal on the counter attack.

Many of the reserves regulars were unavailable for the Blues with the likes of Shane Duffy, Magaye Gueye and Ross Barkley on international duty. The most experienced name in the hosts side was Jose Baxter, whilst Dean Kiely and Republic of Ireland international Stephen Reid turned out for Albion.

The first shot of the game came after six minutes from Everton's skipper for the night Jose Baxter. The forward failed to control his right footed volley and the ball sailed harmlessly over the cross-bar. Four minutes later it was Baxter who threatened again for the Blues. He unleashed a right footed drive from outside the penalty area but the ball deflected off Saido Berahino and out for a corner.

Everton looked a threat from set pieces early in the first half, and a quarter of an hour in Nathan Craig's right wing corner proved just too high for Tote Nsiala who couldn't get the right connection on his header. West Brom's first real opportunity came 24 minutes in, when a long ball forward found Saido Berahino, but the striker was crowded out by Nsiala and Jake Bidwell and his shot was deflected wide for a corner. Just a minute later Albion had the perfect opportunity to hit the front from the penalty spot after Iain Turner was adjudged to have brought down James Hurst who had burst into the penalty area from left back. Sam Mantom was given the responsibility from the spot, but Turner guessed the right way and denied the Baggies number seven to keep the game level.

Just after the half hour the two sides traded opportunities when first a neat bit of skill by Mantom allowed him some space but he shot over, before Baxter's fiercly struck right footed volley whistled over the bar. The game then went quiet until three minutes before the break when Turner had to be alert to prevent Berahino from giving West Brom the lead. A curling through ball from Mantom appeared to have played in Berahino but Turner raced off his line to snuff out the danger to ensure a goalless first half. But parity didn't last much longer after the break as Albion took the lead. An initial effort was well blocked by Bidwell but the rebound dropped into the path of Romaine Sawyers who hit a low shot past Turner for 1-0.

Everton's response was almost instant, as they drew level on 49 minutes. A sweeping counter attack led to Nathan Craig's low cross being comfortably converted by the impressive Baxter. Just after the hour Craig was replaced as Alan Stubbs introduced Conor McAleny to the action. On 64 minutes, Turner again did well to deny Mantom. The winger cut in from the right wing but his low shot was well saved, and Everton scrambled the ball clear.

West Brom introduced Lateef Elford-Aliyu to the game on 68 minutes and just a minute later he tested Iain Turner. Fortunately for the home side Elford-Aliyu's shot was straight at Turner who saved comfortably. Elford-Aliyu then went closer to restoring Albion's lead, his well struck right footed shot was too good for Turner but flew just inches over the cross bar.

Everton's second substitution of the night saw striker Kieran Agard return from a long lay-off due to a knee injury as he came on in place of Adam Forshaw on 73. Eventually 12 minutes from the end, Elford-Aliyu did find the net for Albion as the vistors broke with real vigour down the left hand side. Kiely's quick kick released Berahino who provided an excellent cross which Elford-Aliyu knodded home.

Iain Turner, Tyias Browning, Luke Garbutt, James Wallace, Aristote Nsiala, Jake Bidwell, Adam Forshaw, Hope Akpan, Hallam Hope, Jose Baxter, Nathan Craig
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Post  Mr_Ben on Wed 06 Oct 2010, 9:27 am

Beckford should have played in this game. At least give him a run out etc
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Post  Super on Wed 20 Oct 2010, 2:34 pm

Everton Reserves fell to a 1-0 defeat against Sunderland. The North East outfit triumphed thanks to a solitary first half goal from Jordan Cook in a match with offered very little in the way of goal-mouth incident. Everton started well with Magaye Gueye looking particularly lively, sending in a tricky cross and then a sliced effort on goal 12 minutes in. It took the visitors a while to get going but when they did their first chance was swiftly followed by the opening goal. Robbie Weir stung the fingers of Iain Turner with a decent long range effort and then a minute later the Black Cats were ahead when Cook nodded in David Healy's left wing centre. Everton's best chance of parity before the break came on 40 minutes when Jose Baxter fed James Wallace only for Scottish international keeper Craig Gordon to smother his low effort.
Coach Alan Stubbs tried to change things at the break and threw on Kieran Agard to add pace to the frontline. The striker was continuing his return from a serious knee injury and sent a curling effort a yard or so over the bar 10 minutes into the second period. Hope Akpan headed straight at Gordon with 20 minutes left but Baxter's wild effort was Everton's only other effort on goal before the end. Instead Adam Reed again tested Turner late on, with the Blues number three keeper standing firm to ensure it stayed just 1-0.

Turner, Browning, Bidwell, Wallace (Kinsella), Duffy, Mustafi, Craig (McAleny), Akpan, Baxter, Forshaw (Agard), Gueye
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Post  Super on Wed 03 Nov 2010, 3:36 pm

The reserves have apparently beaten Blackpool Reserves 5-0. Will take that and Party if the score is the same on Saturday.
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Post  Valentino Blue on Wed 03 Nov 2010, 3:49 pm

Super wrote:The reserves have apparently beaten Blackpool Reserves 5-0. Will take that and Party if the score is the same on Saturday.

goals for Beckford, Gueye, Baxter x2 and Akpan.

Anichebe set one up when he came on.
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Post  Armchair on Wed 03 Nov 2010, 5:55 pm

Valentino Blue wrote:
Super wrote:The reserves have apparently beaten Blackpool Reserves 5-0. Will take that and Party if the score is the same on Saturday.

goals for Beckford, Gueye, Baxter x2 and Akpan.

Anichebe set one up when he came on.

He's found his level at last Very Happy
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Post  Valentino Blue on Thu 04 Nov 2010, 9:41 am

Armchair Evertonian wrote:
Valentino Blue wrote:
Super wrote:The reserves have apparently beaten Blackpool Reserves 5-0. Will take that and Party if the score is the same on Saturday.

goals for Beckford, Gueye, Baxter x2 and Akpan.

Anichebe set one up when he came on.

He's found his level at last Very Happy

still a step up from leeds then
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