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Post  Sheep Flavour on Sat 11 Sep 2010, 6:38 pm

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Post  Doc( Ninetoes )blue on Sat 11 Sep 2010, 8:54 pm

Working all day just got in. i love to come in and read this page from start to finish when i dont know the score Smile i tell you what its sooooooooooo funny how people change there minds Very Happy
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Post  Statman on Sat 11 Sep 2010, 9:06 pm

Doc( Ninetoes )blue wrote:Working all day just got in. i love to come in and read this page from start to finish when i dont know the score Smile i tell you what its sooooooooooo funny how people change there minds Very Happy

It's not so much funny as pathetic!

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Post  mindyerEnvelopeRef? on Sat 11 Sep 2010, 9:08 pm

Statman wrote:
Doc( Ninetoes )blue wrote:Working all day just got in. i love to come in and read this page from start to finish when i dont know the score Smile i tell you what its sooooooooooo funny how people change there minds Very Happy

It's not so much funny as pathetic!


try a Manc site tonight (either of them) we are the model of consistency in comparison
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Post  mindyerEnvelopeRef? on Sun 12 Sep 2010, 1:04 am

A Wayne Rooney-less Manchester United were rocked by two injury time
goals as Everton staged an unlikely comeback to earn a 3-3 draw. But
what did we learn from the game, asks Dan Silver?

1) Clearly Wayne Rooney isn't quite the man everyone thinks. On Thursday
Phil Jagielka saids ‘I’m sure Wayne can deal with [abuse] – he
is a tough lad
. On Friday
Rooney told Fergie he won't
bottle Everton gauntlet of hate
and
Fergie confirmed Wayne will
face Goodison nightmare
. On Saturday morning
Mikel Arteta warned Everton
fans
that “Great players use [abuse] for themselves as motivation and our own
Lawo explained why Rooney
won't want to be spared the Goodison gauntlet
. Saturday lunchtime? Wayne bottled it.


2) As we now know, Wayne Rooney checked into the Manchester United team hotel last night but didn't travel to the game. Just a thought, but did anyone bother checking the smoking area before the bus left?

3) Still, at least Wayne will have an easier time of it in United's next fixture. After all, it's not like those lovely travelling Rangers fans have form in coming to Manchester and making life hell for the locals, is it? Oh, hang on...

4) Naturally, Wayne Rooney was very much the elephant in the room at Goodison Park. As opposed to Everton's big-boned striker Yakuba, who was the elephant on the pitch when he came on in the second half.

5) Fergie blamed his decision to drop Rooney on the 'terrible abuse' he habitually receives at Goodison Park. Following Everton's opening goal, at least eight Man United fan sites immediately sprang into action trying to cajole other Premier League fans to start similar hate campaigns against Patrice Evra. Everton 3 (Pienaar, Cahill, Arteta) Man Utd 3 - Page 8 Lol

6) Famously Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard suffers from a mild form of Tourette's Syndrome. So how ironic that he was one of the few people in the ground who didn't involuntarily exclaim '****ing hell' when he somehow kept out Paul Scholes's first-half shot from the edge of the box.

7) It might seem strange to say it of a £30m striker with 48 international and over 200 club goals, but Dimitar Berbatov finally looks like he could do a job upfront for Man United. Although we're even more excited about the little ginger fella in midfield who set up his goal - what a prospect he could be in time!

8. How fitting that Fergie's 700th game in charge of United was turned, like so many others before it, by late, late goals. Somehow we suspect the Scot will be uttering something a little stronger than 'Football? Bloody hell!' in the dressing after these two, though.

9) People scoffed when David Moyes revealed he planned to face United without any specialist strikers but goals from Pienaar, Cahill and Arteta justified the plan. Given what happened at the other end, maybe he should consider playing the next game with no defenders as well. Everton 3 (Pienaar, Cahill, Arteta) Man Utd 3 - Page 8 Lol Everton 3 (Pienaar, Cahill, Arteta) Man Utd 3 - Page 8 Lol

10) A good point for Everton, then, but they still prop up the Premier League with two points from four games. Surely it's now time club bosses gave Martin O'Neill a call. His Villa sides started the season like gangbusters but fell away in the New Year, whereas David Moyes' have recently made an artform out of transforming slow starts into blazing finishes. If both men managed Everton for half a season each then the Toffees would win the league, no problem.
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Post  BB on Sun 12 Sep 2010, 1:27 am

mindyerho? wrote:A Wayne Rooney-less Manchester United were rocked by two injury time
goals as Everton staged an unlikely comeback to earn a 3-3 draw. But
what did we learn from the game, asks Dan Silver?

1) Clearly Wayne Rooney isn't quite the man everyone thinks. On Thursday
Phil Jagielka saids ‘I’m sure Wayne can deal with [abuse] – he
is a tough lad
. On Friday
Rooney told Fergie he won't
bottle Everton gauntlet of hate
and
Fergie confirmed Wayne will
face Goodison nightmare
. On Saturday morning
Mikel Arteta warned Everton
fans
that “Great players use [abuse] for themselves as motivation and our own
Lawo explained why Rooney
won't want to be spared the Goodison gauntlet
. Saturday lunchtime? Wayne bottled it.


2) As we now know, Wayne Rooney checked into the Manchester United team hotel last night but didn't travel to the game. Just a thought, but did anyone bother checking the smoking area before the bus left?

3) Still, at least Wayne will have an easier time of it in United's next fixture. After all, it's not like those lovely travelling Rangers fans have form in coming to Manchester and making life hell for the locals, is it? Oh, hang on...

4) Naturally, Wayne Rooney was very much the elephant in the room at Goodison Park. As opposed to Everton's big-boned striker Yakuba, who was the elephant on the pitch when he came on in the second half.

5) Fergie blamed his decision to drop Rooney on the 'terrible abuse' he habitually receives at Goodison Park. Following Everton's opening goal, at least eight Man United fan sites immediately sprang into action trying to cajole other Premier League fans to start similar hate campaigns against Patrice Evra. Everton 3 (Pienaar, Cahill, Arteta) Man Utd 3 - Page 8 Lol

6) Famously Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard suffers from a mild form of Tourette's Syndrome. So how ironic that he was one of the few people in the ground who didn't involuntarily exclaim '****ing hell' when he somehow kept out Paul Scholes's first-half shot from the edge of the box.

7) It might seem strange to say it of a £30m striker with 48 international and over 200 club goals, but Dimitar Berbatov finally looks like he could do a job upfront for Man United. Although we're even more excited about the little ginger fella in midfield who set up his goal - what a prospect he could be in time!

8. How fitting that Fergie's 700th game in charge of United was turned, like so many others before it, by late, late goals. Somehow we suspect the Scot will be uttering something a little stronger than 'Football? Bloody hell!' in the dressing after these two, though.

9) People scoffed when David Moyes revealed he planned to face United without any specialist strikers but goals from Pienaar, Cahill and Arteta justified the plan. Given what happened at the other end, maybe he should consider playing the next game with no defenders as well. Everton 3 (Pienaar, Cahill, Arteta) Man Utd 3 - Page 8 Lol Everton 3 (Pienaar, Cahill, Arteta) Man Utd 3 - Page 8 Lol

10) A good point for Everton, then, but they still prop up the Premier League with two points from four games. Surely it's now time club bosses gave Martin O'Neill a call. His Villa sides started the season like gangbusters but fell away in the New Year, whereas David Moyes' have recently made an artform out of transforming slow starts into blazing finishes. If both men managed Everton for half a season each then the Toffees would win the league, no problem.

Lol. cheers
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Post  The President on Sun 12 Sep 2010, 7:07 am

BB wrote:
mindyerho? wrote:A Wayne Rooney-less Manchester United were rocked by two injury time
goals as Everton staged an unlikely comeback to earn a 3-3 draw. But
what did we learn from the game, asks Dan Silver?

1) Clearly Wayne Rooney isn't quite the man everyone thinks. On Thursday
Phil Jagielka saids ‘I’m sure Wayne can deal with [abuse] – he
is a tough lad
. On Friday
Rooney told Fergie he won't
bottle Everton gauntlet of hate
and
Fergie confirmed Wayne will
face Goodison nightmare
. On Saturday morning
Mikel Arteta warned Everton
fans
that “Great players use [abuse] for themselves as motivation and our own
Lawo explained why Rooney
won't want to be spared the Goodison gauntlet
. Saturday lunchtime? Wayne bottled it.


2) As we now know, Wayne Rooney checked into the Manchester United team hotel last night but didn't travel to the game. Just a thought, but did anyone bother checking the smoking area before the bus left?

3) Still, at least Wayne will have an easier time of it in United's next fixture. After all, it's not like those lovely travelling Rangers fans have form in coming to Manchester and making life hell for the locals, is it? Oh, hang on...

4) Naturally, Wayne Rooney was very much the elephant in the room at Goodison Park. As opposed to Everton's big-boned striker Yakuba, who was the elephant on the pitch when he came on in the second half.

5) Fergie blamed his decision to drop Rooney on the 'terrible abuse' he habitually receives at Goodison Park. Following Everton's opening goal, at least eight Man United fan sites immediately sprang into action trying to cajole other Premier League fans to start similar hate campaigns against Patrice Evra. Everton 3 (Pienaar, Cahill, Arteta) Man Utd 3 - Page 8 Lol

6) Famously Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard suffers from a mild form of Tourette's Syndrome. So how ironic that he was one of the few people in the ground who didn't involuntarily exclaim '****ing hell' when he somehow kept out Paul Scholes's first-half shot from the edge of the box.

7) It might seem strange to say it of a £30m striker with 48 international and over 200 club goals, but Dimitar Berbatov finally looks like he could do a job upfront for Man United. Although we're even more excited about the little ginger fella in midfield who set up his goal - what a prospect he could be in time!

8. How fitting that Fergie's 700th game in charge of United was turned, like so many others before it, by late, late goals. Somehow we suspect the Scot will be uttering something a little stronger than 'Football? Bloody hell!' in the dressing after these two, though.

9) People scoffed when David Moyes revealed he planned to face United without any specialist strikers but goals from Pienaar, Cahill and Arteta justified the plan. Given what happened at the other end, maybe he should consider playing the next game with no defenders as well. Everton 3 (Pienaar, Cahill, Arteta) Man Utd 3 - Page 8 Lol Everton 3 (Pienaar, Cahill, Arteta) Man Utd 3 - Page 8 Lol

10) A good point for Everton, then, but they still prop up the Premier League with two points from four games. Surely it's now time club bosses gave Martin O'Neill a call. His Villa sides started the season like gangbusters but fell away in the New Year, whereas David Moyes' have recently made an artform out of transforming slow starts into blazing finishes. If both men managed Everton for half a season each then the Toffees would win the league, no problem.

Lol. cheers

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Post  Armchair on Mon 13 Sep 2010, 6:09 pm

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Post  RhinoJagz on Mon 13 Sep 2010, 7:47 pm

Before the late twist(!) I was talking to guy at the bar about how effortless Utd were in their economy of passing. 3 passes and they were on the attack. Granted we were playing higher up the field but they seemed so natural and organic in their formation. Thats what we should ultimately be aiming for. The intelligence of Scholes, Giggs and Berbatov was perversely enjoyable to watch, contrasting with our pretty but largely ineffective probing. Scholes is a genius of vision, always making the correct pass or putting the right weight on the ball, with the rest of the Utd players reacting instinctively to his orchestration.
The Everton attacks ended like ships crashing against a stormy coast line. Players playing with different speeds of thought, skill and movement. We've got to gain to ability to move the ball quicker up the field to stretch defenses. When Pienaar is on his game and he was Saturday, we are most effective and direct down the left using Baines crossing ability. Down right with weaker players like Hibbert and Osman, while we may still can maintain possession, by the time we enter the final third the opposition has set up their defense to repel the attack.

We need to develop that understanding throughout out the team to pass and move with more urgency. Saturday while it was pretty in parts it wasnt alway of the same intensity and economy of Utd. Hopefully we'll improve with time.

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Post  mindyerEnvelopeRef? on Tue 14 Sep 2010, 1:08 am

Bluejags wrote:Before the late twist(!) I was talking to guy at the bar about how effortless Utd were in their economy of passing. 3 passes and they were on the attack. Granted we were playing higher up the field but they seemed so natural and organic in their formation. Thats what we should ultimately be aiming for. The intelligence of Scholes, Giggs and Berbatov was perversely enjoyable to watch, contrasting with our pretty but largely ineffective probing. Scholes is a genius of vision, always making the correct pass or putting the right weight on the ball, with the rest of the Utd players reacting instinctively to his orchestration.
The Everton attacks ended like ships crashing against a stormy coast line. Players playing with different speeds of thought, skill and movement. We've got to gain to ability to move the ball quicker up the field to stretch defenses. When Pienaar is on his game and he was Saturday, we are most effective and direct down the left using Baines crossing ability. Down right with weaker players like Hibbert and Osman, while we may still can maintain possession, by the time we enter the final third the opposition has set up their defense to repel the attack.

We need to develop that understanding throughout out the team to pass and move with more urgency. Saturday while it was pretty in parts it wasnt alway of the same intensity and economy of Utd. Hopefully we'll improve with time.

He's still an obnoxious little twat with the tackling skills of an educationally subnormal 11 year old rugby player (yes I know I called him Alan Ball's evil step-child somewhere else)
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Post  The Griffin on Tue 14 Sep 2010, 1:48 pm

Bluejags wrote:they seemed so natural and organic in their formation.

scratch study

They looked really organic (??) at times - especially when Chuckle was legging it back to try and catch Mikel after his mate, Evra, played some air synchronised swimming and even more so when Vidic's 'programme' became corrupted and he went walkabout and then switched himself off, twice in a minute, during added time Very Happy

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Post  RhinoJagz on Tue 14 Sep 2010, 1:53 pm

The Griffin wrote:
Bluejags wrote:they seemed so natural and organic in their formation.

scratch study

They looked really organic (??) at times - especially when Chuckle was legging it back to try and catch Mikel after his mate, Evra, played some air synchronised swimming and even more so when Vidic's 'programme' became corrupted and he went walkabout and then switched himself off, twice in a minute, during added time Very Happy


Not saying they played like that for 90mins(!) but at times its seemed so easy for them to use the ball so much more efficiently. Maybe due to playing on the counter attack for most of the game.

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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Tue 14 Sep 2010, 2:52 pm

mindyerho? wrote:A Wayne Rooney-less Manchester United were rocked by two injury time
goals as Everton staged an unlikely comeback to earn a 3-3 draw. But
what did we learn from the game, asks Dan Silver?

1) Clearly Wayne Rooney isn't quite the man everyone thinks. On Thursday
Phil Jagielka saids ‘I’m sure Wayne can deal with [abuse] – he
is a tough lad
. On Friday
Rooney told Fergie he won't
bottle Everton gauntlet of hate
and
Fergie confirmed Wayne will
face Goodison nightmare
. On Saturday morning
Mikel Arteta warned Everton
fans
that “Great players use [abuse] for themselves as motivation and our own
Lawo explained why Rooney
won't want to be spared the Goodison gauntlet
. Saturday lunchtime? Wayne bottled it.


2) As we now know, Wayne Rooney checked into the Manchester United team hotel last night but didn't travel to the game. Just a thought, but did anyone bother checking the smoking area before the bus left?

3) Still, at least Wayne will have an easier time of it in United's next fixture. After all, it's not like those lovely travelling Rangers fans have form in coming to Manchester and making life hell for the locals, is it? Oh, hang on...

4) Naturally, Wayne Rooney was very much the elephant in the room at Goodison Park. As opposed to Everton's big-boned striker Yakuba, who was the elephant on the pitch when he came on in the second half.

5) Fergie blamed his decision to drop Rooney on the 'terrible abuse' he habitually receives at Goodison Park. Following Everton's opening goal, at least eight Man United fan sites immediately sprang into action trying to cajole other Premier League fans to start similar hate campaigns against Patrice Evra. Everton 3 (Pienaar, Cahill, Arteta) Man Utd 3 - Page 8 Lol

6) Famously Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard suffers from a mild form of Tourette's Syndrome. So how ironic that he was one of the few people in the ground who didn't involuntarily exclaim '****ing hell' when he somehow kept out Paul Scholes's first-half shot from the edge of the box.

7) It might seem strange to say it of a £30m striker with 48 international and over 200 club goals, but Dimitar Berbatov finally looks like he could do a job upfront for Man United. Although we're even more excited about the little ginger fella in midfield who set up his goal - what a prospect he could be in time!

8. How fitting that Fergie's 700th game in charge of United was turned, like so many others before it, by late, late goals. Somehow we suspect the Scot will be uttering something a little stronger than 'Football? Bloody hell!' in the dressing after these two, though.

9) People scoffed when David Moyes revealed he planned to face United without any specialist strikers but goals from Pienaar, Cahill and Arteta justified the plan. Given what happened at the other end, maybe he should consider playing the next game with no defenders as well. Everton 3 (Pienaar, Cahill, Arteta) Man Utd 3 - Page 8 Lol Everton 3 (Pienaar, Cahill, Arteta) Man Utd 3 - Page 8 Lol

10) A good point for Everton, then, but they still prop up the Premier League with two points from four games. Surely it's now time club bosses gave Martin O'Neill a call. His Villa sides started the season like gangbusters but fell away in the New Year, whereas David Moyes' have recently made an artform out of transforming slow starts into blazing finishes. If both men managed Everton for half a season each then the Toffees would win the league, no problem.
I loved reading that! Great stuff!
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Tue 14 Sep 2010, 2:54 pm

The Griffin wrote:
Bluejags wrote:they seemed so natural and organic in their formation.

scratch study

They looked really organic (??) at times - especially when Chuckle was legging it back to try and catch Mikel after his mate, Evra, played some air synchronised swimming and even more so when Vidic's 'programme' became corrupted and he went walkabout and then switched himself off, twice in a minute, during added time Very Happy

I thought he was talking about organic vegetables. No? Everton 3 (Pienaar, Cahill, Arteta) Man Utd 3 - Page 8 Confused

We have talked in lengths on here how we are too slow to attack and the opposition can re-organize their defence with plenty of bodies. The art of attacking with pace is something we defo need to work on, no doubt.
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Post  Da Judge on Tue 14 Sep 2010, 2:54 pm

Bluejags wrote:
The Griffin wrote:
Bluejags wrote:they seemed so natural and organic in their formation.

scratch study

They looked really organic (??) at times - especially when Chuckle was legging it back to try and catch Mikel after his mate, Evra, played some air synchronised swimming and even more so when Vidic's 'programme' became corrupted and he went walkabout and then switched himself off, twice in a minute, during added time Very Happy


Not saying they played like that for 90mins(!) but at times its seemed so easy for them to use the ball so much more efficiently. Maybe due to playing on the counter attack for most of the game.

I actually do think that players like Scholes (from the big Sky persuasion) are granted far too much leeway. His tackling particularly has never been that technically grand. I also think that Terry and Carragher get away with a lot more than say the cloggers in other clubs might do.

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Post  The Griffin on Tue 14 Sep 2010, 3:32 pm

Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
The Griffin wrote:
Bluejags wrote:they seemed so natural and organic in their formation.

scratch study

They looked really organic (??) at times - especially when Chuckle was legging it back to try and catch Mikel after his mate, Evra, played some air synchronised swimming and even more so when Vidic's 'programme' became corrupted and he went walkabout and then switched himself off, twice in a minute, during added time Very Happy

I thought he was talking about organic vegetables. No? Everton 3 (Pienaar, Cahill, Arteta) Man Utd 3 - Page 8 Confused

We have talked in lengths on here how we are too slow to attack and the opposition can re-organize their defence with plenty of bodies. The art of attacking with pace is something we defo need to work on, no doubt.

we were like shit off a shovel going forward for 'the 4th' goal - 8 seconds from end to end - It's hard to look quick when you're trying to get through 9 players as most teams pack their defences against us. When we break we are quick - Arteta 1st goal last week, Jagielka and Osman both there after defending a corner for 'number 4' last week, Pienaar at The Emirates.......... When we get the opportunity to counter, we're OK
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Tue 14 Sep 2010, 3:41 pm

The Griffin wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
The Griffin wrote:
Bluejags wrote:they seemed so natural and organic in their formation.

scratch study

They looked really organic (??) at times - especially when Chuckle was legging it back to try and catch Mikel after his mate, Evra, played some air synchronised swimming and even more so when Vidic's 'programme' became corrupted and he went walkabout and then switched himself off, twice in a minute, during added time Very Happy

I thought he was talking about organic vegetables. No? Everton 3 (Pienaar, Cahill, Arteta) Man Utd 3 - Page 8 Confused

We have talked in lengths on here how we are too slow to attack and the opposition can re-organize their defence with plenty of bodies. The art of attacking with pace is something we defo need to work on, no doubt.

we were like shit off a shovel going forward for 'the 4th' goal - 8 seconds from end to end - It's hard to look quick when you're trying to get through 9 players as most teams pack their defences against us. When we break we are quick - Arteta 1st goal last week, Jagielka and Osman both there after defending a corner for 'number 4' last week, Pienaar at The Emirates.......... When we get the opportunity to counter, we're OK
There are always exceptions to the rule, but on average we are very average when it comes to a "normal" attack when it comes to speed. IMHO.
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Post  Armchair on Tue 14 Sep 2010, 5:00 pm

We're ok on the break but we don't have real pace like Ashley Young or Aaron Lennon.
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Post  Da Judge on Tue 14 Sep 2010, 5:25 pm

Armchair Evertonian wrote:We're ok on the break but we don't have real pace like Ashley Young or Aaron Lennon.
They don't have real skill, intelligence or bottle to stand up to a tackle... our guys do... (well Pienaar likes to drop as well I suppose)

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Post  Tonteau on Tue 14 Sep 2010, 5:51 pm

UWIST61 wrote:
Armchair Evertonian wrote:We're ok on the break but we don't have real pace like Ashley Young or Aaron Lennon.
They don't have real skill, intelligence or bottle to stand up to a tackle... our guys do... (well Pienaar likes to drop as well I suppose)

Yeah, but as armchair is saying, that's not their job. They just need to be direct, pacey and launch counter attacks, which they do. We need a couple of players like that, we all saw how much better our performances improved with Landon Donovan in the team.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Tue 14 Sep 2010, 5:58 pm

Tonteau wrote:
UWIST61 wrote:
Armchair Evertonian wrote:We're ok on the break but we don't have real pace like Ashley Young or Aaron Lennon.
They don't have real skill, intelligence or bottle to stand up to a tackle... our guys do... (well Pienaar likes to drop as well I suppose)

Yeah, but as armchair is saying, that's not their job. They just need to be direct, pacey and launch counter attacks, which they do. We need a couple of players like that, we all saw how much better our performances improved with Landon Donovan in the team.
Earnshaw can do I job I hear....
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Post  RhinoJagz on Tue 14 Sep 2010, 6:58 pm

Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
Tonteau wrote:
UWIST61 wrote:
Armchair Evertonian wrote:We're ok on the break but we don't have real pace like Ashley Young or Aaron Lennon.
They don't have real skill, intelligence or bottle to stand up to a tackle... our guys do... (well Pienaar likes to drop as well I suppose)

Yeah, but as armchair is saying, that's not their job. They just need to be direct, pacey and launch counter attacks, which they do. We need a couple of players like that, we all saw how much better our performances improved with Landon Donovan in the team.
Earnshaw can do I job I hear....

I look forward to returning to Top 4 form when Landon Donovan returns on loan in January as we slowly exit the relegation zone.

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Post  Armchair on Tue 14 Sep 2010, 7:38 pm

UWIST61 wrote:
Armchair Evertonian wrote:We're ok on the break but we don't have real pace like Ashley Young or Aaron Lennon.
They don't have real skill, intelligence or bottle to stand up to a tackle... our guys do... (well Pienaar likes to drop as well I suppose)

Agreed, they are not great footballers but they are great athletes. They would easily fetch £10-15m in the transfer market because pace scares the shit out of defenders. I think we could really use that sort of player in the team.
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Post  mindyerEnvelopeRef? on Wed 15 Sep 2010, 12:43 am

Usain Bolt wants to play footie..... Everton 3 (Pienaar, Cahill, Arteta) Man Utd 3 - Page 8 Icon_biggrin he'd probably take only average pay too if we left him his image rights
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Post  mindyerEnvelopeRef? on Wed 15 Sep 2010, 1:48 am

watching yet another set of highlights (from the OS) In the first 20 Jags is doing the Gerrard Hollywood crossfield passes, to the man.

Pretty impressive first 20, Arsenal, eat your french hearts out.
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