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Post  callmebubbles on Thu 22 Oct - 12:34

James Rodrigues and Seamus Coleman expected to miss Sundays game through injury. Richarlison out as suspended!

Bugger, that's not good news!! I assume Godfrey, Siggo and Iwobi or Bernard will come in?
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Thu 22 Oct - 12:38

callmebubbles wrote:James Rodrigues and Seamus Coleman expected to miss Sundays game through injury. Richarlison out as suspended!

Bugger, that's not good news!!  I assume Godfrey, Siggo and Iwobi or Bernard will come in?
just saw that ... shit ..

...debut for Godfrey to replace Seamus & Siggy (or Ewobi / Bernard) in for Hammy ???
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Post  SEFTON on Thu 22 Oct - 13:14

I think Carlo Anchelotti  will use Bernard to replace Richarlison out wide,
Youngster Ben Godfrey will get the nod over JJK to replace Seamus,
Sigurdsson will replace James Rodreguez.

Team.

Pickford-Digne-Keane-Mina-Godfrey-Allen-Gomes-Deucoure-Bernard-Sigurdsson-Calvert-Lewin
Subs-Lossi-Kenny-Gordon-Delph-Rodreguez-Iwobi.


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Post  Da Judge on Thu 22 Oct - 13:17

Made 4 Gwladys wrote:
callmebubbles wrote:James Rodrigues and Seamus Coleman expected to miss Sundays game through injury. Richarlison out as suspended!

Bugger, that's not good news!!  I assume Godfrey, Siggo and Iwobi or Bernard will come in?
just saw that ... shit ..

...debut for Godfrey to replace Seamus & Siggy (or Ewobi / Bernard) in for Hammy ???


I must have missed the huge outpouring of angst on the airwaves as one of our critical players is crocked. He was fine before the Derby... so he must have been injured in a tackle during the match...

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Post  callmebubbles on Thu 22 Oct - 13:43

Da Judge wrote:
Made 4 Gwladys wrote:
callmebubbles wrote:James Rodrigues and Seamus Coleman expected to miss Sundays game through injury. Richarlison out as suspended!

Bugger, that's not good news!!  I assume Godfrey, Siggo and Iwobi or Bernard will come in?
just saw that ... shit ..

...debut for Godfrey to replace Seamus & Siggy (or Ewobi / Bernard) in for Hammy ???


I must have missed the huge outpouring of angst on the airwaves as one of our critical players is crocked. He was fine before the Derby... so he must have been injured in a tackle during the match...

Van Dijk clobbered Hammy a couple of times early on so must have been that. I say he should be banned for the rest of the season!

Be interesting to see how we cope without Ritchie AND Hammy. Lot of creativity lost there and Ritchies pace. Siggo and Bernard decent replacements but we look a lot less dangerous going forward. Also losing Seamus's overlapping on the right. Would anyone go with Gordon in for Ritchie? He looked good in the Caribou Cup.
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Thu 22 Oct - 14:10

callmebubbles wrote:
Da Judge wrote:
Made 4 Gwladys wrote:
callmebubbles wrote:James Rodrigues and Seamus Coleman expected to miss Sundays game through injury. Richarlison out as suspended!

Bugger, that's not good news!!  I assume Godfrey, Siggo and Iwobi or Bernard will come in?
just saw that ... shit ..

...debut for Godfrey to replace Seamus & Siggy (or Ewobi / Bernard) in for Hammy ???


I must have missed the huge outpouring of angst on the airwaves as one of our critical players is crocked. He was fine before the Derby... so he must have been injured in a tackle during the match...

Van Dijk clobbered Hammy a couple of times early on so must have been that. I say he should be banned for the rest of the season!

Be interesting to see how we cope without Ritchie AND Hammy. Lot of creativity lost there and Ritchies pace. Siggo and Bernard decent replacements but we look a lot less dangerous going forward. Also losing Seamus's overlapping on the right. Would anyone go with Gordon in for Ritchie? He looked good in the Caribou Cup.
Well... this is what Physioroom says

Oct 22: "Unfortunately, James had a problem during the game [vs LFC]. He had a mistimed tackle with van Dijk at the beginning. I think he will not be available."


Dick van Dyke should be given a retrospective RED I reckon !
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Thu 22 Oct - 14:13

Jonjoe Kenny will be available
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Post  Yankthattoffee on Thu 22 Oct - 14:17

Carlo - “He had a mistimed tackle with Virgil van Dijk at the beginning of the game and I think he will not be available for the game against Southampton."

I can't recall the VVD thump on Jimmy. I think I was making a cup of tea to get me through the first half.
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Thu 22 Oct - 14:42

Yankthattoffee wrote:Carlo - “He had a mistimed tackle with Virgil van Dijk at the beginning of the game and I think he will not be available for the game against Southampton."

I can't recall the VVD thump on Jimmy. I think I was making a cup of tea to get me through the first half.
VVD whacked James bloody hard TWICE in the first 5 mins... clearly deliberate & pre-planned...

Karma is cool eh tongue
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Post  Yankthattoffee on Thu 22 Oct - 14:50

Made 4 Gwladys wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:Carlo - “He had a mistimed tackle with Virgil van Dijk at the beginning of the game and I think he will not be available for the game against Southampton."

I can't recall the VVD thump on Jimmy. I think I was making a cup of tea to get me through the first half.
VVD whacked James bloody hard TWICE in the first 5 mins... clearly deliberate & pre-planned...

Karma is cool eh tongue
Aaah, Carra Style huh?
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Post  Rotterdam 1985 on Thu 22 Oct - 21:42

Yankthattoffee wrote:Carlo - “He had a mistimed tackle with Virgil van Dijk at the beginning of the game and I think he will not be available for the game against Southampton."

I can't recall the VVD thump on Jimmy. I think I was making a cup of tea to get me through the first half.

The one that must have hurt was in the very first minute. A deliberate old-style reducer, which, by the way, I have no real problem with. That's the football I grew up with. If you can get away with it, good for you. I rather admire the dark arts of football, the Atletico Madrid stuff. Watching David Weir, as a former centre back myself, was weirdly enjoyable. No player that slow can survive in the Prem for so long without having plenty of reducers in his locker. And with most of the best players in the world now concentrated in so few clubs, I'm sorry but the rest of us aren't going to stand by and admire them running rings around us.

So it just fucks me off a bit, therefore, when that lot constantly complain to 606, Radio Merseyside, Parliament, the UN, the Nicky Campbell Show, the Financial Services Ombudsman, the poor fucking barman down their local, Liverpool City Council and any total stranger stupid enough to make eye contact with them when one of theirs gets hurt while playing what is, the last time I checked, a contact sport. Anyone remember the Ramos/Salah thing? They have plenty of previous, the whiny over-entitled clagnuts.
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Post  Rotterdam 1985 on Thu 22 Oct - 22:08

callmebubbles wrote:
Da Judge wrote:
Made 4 Gwladys wrote:
callmebubbles wrote:James Rodrigues and Seamus Coleman expected to miss Sundays game through injury. Richarlison out as suspended!

Bugger, that's not good news!!  I assume Godfrey, Siggo and Iwobi or Bernard will come in?
just saw that ... shit ..

...debut for Godfrey to replace Seamus & Siggy (or Ewobi / Bernard) in for Hammy ???
Would anyone go with Gordon in for Ritchie? He looked good in the Caribou Cup.

Yeah I would. I like watching Bernard but watching Bernard is a bit like watching a porno with your mates - enjoyable with some highlight-reel action from time to time but no, err, end product. Also he's a confidence player, and I don't think his confidence will be high simply because he's not in the first 11. I worry about his decision-making in and around the box, shades of Walcott, he should be scoring more goals than he does. 4 goals in  61 appearances. Even allowing for a good few of them being as sub, that's not enough.

Iwobi, I like a little bit more than most on this board, it would appear, but only a little bit, still got reservations about him.

I'm not someone who goes all misty-eyed about home-grown players but I do like Gordon, he's looked like a Prem player since the first time I saw him play. He's got plenty of energy and a bit of creativity, and isn't weighed down by baggage like Iwobi (and Bernie to a lesser extent.) I just want to keep this run going, now is not the time to indulge players who might need a few games to get some confidence going. Southampton's weakness is their carthorses at centre back so pick Gordon and let him cut in from the left and cause them problems.

He'll pick Iwobi though. And Siggy in for James.
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Post  Blue gazza on Thu 22 Oct - 22:34

stop ings and we can do this,

would be awesome if we stayed top again
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Post  callmebubbles on Thu 22 Oct - 22:40

Saints are nothing special so a win is not out of the question. Ings is guaranteed to score but Allan and Doucoure make us a lot stronger in midfield and will release Siggo to be more creative. Think there will be goals both ends and can see us nicking it, but 2-2 looks a good bet. Should be entertaining and hopefully we will stay top for a little while longer.
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Post  Rotterdam 1985 on Thu 22 Oct - 23:25

Blue gazza wrote:stop ings and we can do this,

would be awesome if we stayed top again

Ings is shit-hot though isn't he? Proper old school finisher, does fuck all except score. Like Charlie Austin but with a full set of knee ligaments.

So, "staying top" scenarios...even if we lose, only two teams can go above us this weekend:

1. Villa play Friday night, Leeds at home, and will go top on goal difference with a draw. So we'll know what we need to do to stay top by the time we play on Sunday. We just need to match Villa's result, unless....

2. ...the Shite beat Sheffield United on Saturday and there's a 7-goal GD swing. Since they came up, Sheffield United haven't conceded more than three in a game, so although they've had a ropey start, and while the Shite have it in them to take a team to the cleaners, it's far from guaranteed.

So the Shite will still be staring up at our arses whatever happens, if we avoid defeat.
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Post  Goodison_Gringo on Fri 23 Oct - 4:32

Bollocks to worrying about staying top. We should be taking three points here, and the rest takes care of itself. The last few seasons we'd be going into this thinking a draw would be ok, but no more.

With Hamez and Richarlison out, I see this as the perfect test to gauge how much we really have improved. I don't see James playing every game for a full season, so an away game against a decent, but not top team, will be a good indicator as to how strong the squad is.

It'll be Siggi for James, and Iwobi for Richie. I've seen signs of a potential from Iwobi in the last few games, you'd fucking hope so for £35m, but maybe in a more confident squad, he'll be a decent option for us.

Anyway, Saints 3 (Danny Wallace 3) - Blues 6 (DCL 3, Wayne Clark, Stuart Barlow and Ray Atteveld)
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Fri 23 Oct - 11:20

Goodison_Gringo wrote:Bollocks to worrying about staying top. We should be taking three points here, and the rest takes care of itself. The last few seasons we'd be going into this thinking a draw would be ok, but no more.

With Hamez and Richarlison out, I see this as the perfect test to gauge how much we really have improved. I don't see James playing every game for a full season, so an away game against a decent, but not top team, will be a good indicator as to how strong the squad is.

It'll be Siggi for James, and Iwobi for Richie. I've seen signs of a potential from Iwobi in the last few games, you'd fucking hope so for £35m, but maybe in a more confident squad, he'll be a decent option for us.

Anyway, Saints 3 (Danny Wallace 3) - Blues 6 (DCL 3, Wayne Clark, Stuart Barlow and Ray Atteveld)
I agree with all that .. apart from Ray, can't see him scoring so I'll go for a Robbie Wackenshaw 6th
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Post  SEFTON on Fri 23 Oct - 14:22

On Monday the specialist informed Carlo Anchelotti James Rodrieguez would be out one week,
Today In his press conference Anchelotti says James trained this week and could be considered to start Southampton game.


And so it begins. Lazarus rises from the depths of Injury. cheers
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Fri 23 Oct - 15:17

SEFTON wrote:On Monday the specialist informed Carlo Anchelotti James Rodrieguez would be out one week,
Today In his press conference Anchelotti says James trained this week and could be considered to start Southampton game.


And so it begins. Lazarus rises from the depths of Injury. cheers  
and Physioroom has moved him to 75% late fitness test
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Post  Rotterdam 1985 on Fri 23 Oct - 16:12

Made 4 Gwladys wrote:
Goodison_Gringo wrote:Bollocks to worrying about staying top. We should be taking three points here, and the rest takes care of itself. The last few seasons we'd be going into this thinking a draw would be ok, but no more.

With Hamez and Richarlison out, I see this as the perfect test to gauge how much we really have improved. I don't see James playing every game for a full season, so an away game against a decent, but not top team, will be a good indicator as to how strong the squad is.

It'll be Siggi for James, and Iwobi for Richie. I've seen signs of a potential from Iwobi in the last few games, you'd fucking hope so for £35m, but maybe in a more confident squad, he'll be a decent option for us.

Anyway, Saints 3 (Danny Wallace 3) - Blues 6 (DCL 3, Wayne Clark, Stuart Barlow and Ray Atteveld)
I agree with all that .. apart from Ray, can't see him scoring so I'll go for a Robbie Wackenshaw 6th

I was at the game when Wakenshaw scored his only Everton goal. United at home, 1984.
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Fri 23 Oct - 16:47

Rotterdam 1985 wrote:
Made 4 Gwladys wrote:
Goodison_Gringo wrote:Bollocks to worrying about staying top. We should be taking three points here, and the rest takes care of itself. The last few seasons we'd be going into this thinking a draw would be ok, but no more.

With Hamez and Richarlison out, I see this as the perfect test to gauge how much we really have improved. I don't see James playing every game for a full season, so an away game against a decent, but not top team, will be a good indicator as to how strong the squad is.

It'll be Siggi for James, and Iwobi for Richie. I've seen signs of a potential from Iwobi in the last few games, you'd fucking hope so for £35m, but maybe in a more confident squad, he'll be a decent option for us.

Anyway, Saints 3 (Danny Wallace 3) - Blues 6 (DCL 3, Wayne Clark, Stuart Barlow and Ray Atteveld)
I agree with all that .. apart from Ray, can't see him scoring so I'll go for a Robbie Wackenshaw 6th

I was at the game when Wakenshaw scored his only Everton goal. United at home, 1984.
I remember him too ... I always thought he was going to make it... but alas
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Post  Yankthattoffee on Fri 23 Oct - 16:50

Rotterdam 1985 wrote:
Made 4 Gwladys wrote:
Goodison_Gringo wrote:Bollocks to worrying about staying top. We should be taking three points here, and the rest takes care of itself. The last few seasons we'd be going into this thinking a draw would be ok, but no more.

With Hamez and Richarlison out, I see this as the perfect test to gauge how much we really have improved. I don't see James playing every game for a full season, so an away game against a decent, but not top team, will be a good indicator as to how strong the squad is.

It'll be Siggi for James, and Iwobi for Richie. I've seen signs of a potential from Iwobi in the last few games, you'd fucking hope so for £35m, but maybe in a more confident squad, he'll be a decent option for us.

Anyway, Saints 3 (Danny Wallace 3) - Blues 6 (DCL 3, Wayne Clark, Stuart Barlow and Ray Atteveld)
I agree with all that .. apart from Ray, can't see him scoring so I'll go for a Robbie Wackenshaw 6th

I was at the game when Wakenshaw scored his only Everton goal. United at home, 1984.
Working abroad at that time. I have no recollection of this lad, so I just youtubed him. Confident interview at the end of that game.
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Sun 25 Oct - 13:05

James is fit  cheers
Sig in for Gomes & iwobi for Richie


1Pickford
22Godfrey
13Mina
5Keane
12Digne
16Doucouré
6Allan
10G Sigurdsson
19Rodríguez
9Calvert-Lewin
17Iwobi

Substitutes
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18Nkounkou
20Bernard
21André Gomes
24Gordon
26Davies
33Olsen
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Post  Blue gazza on Sun 25 Oct - 13:19

Saints v The Mighty Toffees Ells0x10

how we need the 3 points today, COYB
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Sun 25 Oct - 13:52

good twitter feed again
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