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20 Nov 2017 07:22:03
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Premier League Match Preview Monday 20th November 2017

20 Nov 2017 06:36:54
{Ed's Note - we have posted a new article entitled, Premier League Match Preview Monday 20th November 2017

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19 Nov 2017 23:30:28
Bit of a delayed reaction but I'd like to say well done to Aaron Lennon on his performance Saturday. He had a hard couple of months but showed there is still plenty of fight left in him. Good on ya Aaron lad, keep it up. Let's hope some of your positivity rubs off on the other players now you were given a chance. God knows they need it.

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20 Nov 2017 02:39:35
Lennon is under appreciated, he gives his all every game, offers great cover for the right back and closes every ball down. If people remember a few seasons ago he sparked life back into the team with his effort, which gave everyone else a kick up the arse. Niasse is doing the same now. The rest of the more 'talented senior players' need to show more commitment.

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19 Nov 2017 21:36:21
I see the under 23 team we're thumped by RS!
Even last year when we won it we lost the last game to them .
What is it with Everton teams playing Liverpool . These are extremely important games at any level and I would love to know just what happens to the players in blue before they go out to face Liverpool .
We must have the worst record of any Prem team ever in history when playing their neighbours .
Any ideas?
We have the senior Derby game soon and as things stand at the moment we will get slaughtered .
I just pray something going to change soon.

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19 Nov 2017 19:51:30
I can see us ending up with Silva he wants us we want him and Watford will get a record settlement for a manager but thy will be getting a replacement sorted before anything is accepted they know the past is catching up with them 7 managers in 2 years.

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19 Nov 2017 18:39:16
Only my opinion folks, but watching Silva in the interview after the game with Wet Ham, when asked about Everton and all the hype etc going on, he was coy and would not answer the questions directly put to him by saying yes or no but preferring a roundabout route, his body language looks to me as if he is interested in becoming our new manager, i reckon this won't carry on much longer but will come to a conclusion shortly, we will soon see for me I think he would be perfect.

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19 Nov 2017 19:15:24
I agree it’s only a matter of time. Moshiri wants him he obviously wants to come. It’s just a case of a settlement now. I must admit after watching the game today I am a bit more positive about Silva. I know one game doesn’t mean that much. Watford is not a team I tend to watch that often. But they played good stuff and the players seemed to know their roles. It will be good to get someone in with confidence again though. Think it will be a gamble but all appointments are. I will give my full support and fingers crossed he starts well.

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20 Nov 2017 02:44:51
I watched the game myself today mate to see how Watford played, they gave a few chances away but only half as many as we give away week in week out. They were generally well organised and played good football. We can't do much about our defence til Jan but Silva would make our attack a lot more dangerous. I'll be happy, and fully behind him if he gets the job.

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19 Nov 2017 16:40:47
Ed025 this is for you my friend.

When things are going bad we all (myself included) sometimes struggle to remember why we love our club so much, We all forget why it is embedded in our blood. Perhaps this will remind you why we go through the pain we do time and time again.

We love Everton because, Goodison Park was the world's first purpose made and designed dedicated football ground.
We love Everton because, Goodison Park is the only club ground to have hosted a world cup semi-final.
We love Everton because, Goodison Park was the venue for England v Republic of Ireland 21 September 1949. England lost 2–0 and this was their first home defeat to a non-UK country. Everton's Peter Farrell scored.
We love Everton because, Everton are the first English club to appear in European competitions five seasons running (1962–63 to 1966–67) .
We love Everton because, Everton have played in more top flight seasons than any other club.
We love Everton because, we have scored and conceded more goals in the top division than any other club.
We love Everton because, Everton have both drawn and lost more top flight matches than any other side.
We love Everton because, we hold the unusual distinction of being reigning League champions for the longest time. They won the championship in 1915 and thus remained reigning champions until the 1919–20 season due to the World War I league cancellation. They were also champions in 1939, and again remained reigning champions until the league resumed in 1946-7 after World War II.
We love Everton because, we are the first English club to be presented with the League Championship trophy and medals.
We love Everton because, we are the first club to have the youngest Premiership goalscorer in two consecutive seasons with two different players
We love Everton because, we are the First club to play 4000 top-flight games
We love Everton because, we are the First club to amass 5000 League points
We love Everton because, we are the First club to win the League Championship on two different grounds.
We love Everton because, we are the First club to stage an FA Cup final
We love Everton because, we are the First English club to install dugouts
We love Everton because, we are the First English club to be invited to train at the Italian training HQ at Coverciano.
We love Everton because, we are the First club to win the FA Cup Final after being 2–0 down.
We love Everton because, we are the First club to appear in 4 consecutive Charity Shields at Wembley 1984-7.
We love Everton because, Jack Southworth's six goals v West Bromwich Albion, 30 December 1893, was the first such instance in Football League history.
We love Everton because, we have the Most disciplinary points received in the Premier League (2 points for a red card, one for a yellow) : 1252
We love Everton because, Goodison Park, built in 1892, was the world's first complete purpose-built football ground.
We love Everton because, Everton were the first European club to install undersoil heating in their stadium.
We love Everton because, we are the First club to win a penalty shoot-out in the European Cup – 1970 v Borussia Mönchengladbach
We love Everton because, we are the First club in all of Europe to issue a regular match programme for home fixtures.
We love Everton because, we are the First European club to have a four-sided stadium with two tier stands
We love Everton because, we are the First European club to have a stadium with a three-tier stand
We Support Everton because we love Everton.

Got your love back Ed025?

{Ed025's Note - i never lose the love grumpy, but just like ciggies and ale i know they are bad for me but i just cant help myself mate...thanks anyway mate..

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19 Nov 2017 17:46:02
No problem mate,

There are things there that can never be taken away from us, So many firsts.

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19 Nov 2017 17:52:42
Excellent post Grumpy mate sums up us Evertonions in a nutshell Brilliant mate.

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19 Nov 2017 19:30:48
Fantastic post mate. Reminds me it's not just about the way we feel right now. Here's hoping we'll add a few more firsts to that list while we're all still breathing!

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19 Nov 2017 20:52:50
Thanks GB, WB my sentiments exactly mate.

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19 Nov 2017 16:28:45
Watford have said no deal, so let's move on, in more ways than one, he is another Martinez, tip tap, and very poor defending, particularly at set pieces. Although Allerdic has again said no (miffed at not beeing first choice) in our situation that is the type of manager we need, even if only till the end of the season, just to make sure we are still in the prem come the end of the season.

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19 Nov 2017 16:46:40
Pulis will be available soon. I'd rather him till the end of the season than Allardyce.

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19 Nov 2017 16:51:06
Even if we wanted him, Pulis isn't going to sign a six-month contract any more than Allardyce was going to. Plus we don't want him.

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19 Nov 2017 18:00:23
I would rather nail my teddy bear to the table than have those two.

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19 Nov 2017 18:18:49
Forget silva just go sign richarlison perfect partner for DCL.

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19 Nov 2017 13:47:08
Ed 025, I'm finding it hard to understand all the people, both inside and outside our club, who are pushing for Silva as our new manager. Maybe it's just me but I can't see anything he has done to warrant this. He doesn't have that much EPL experience, he's never won anything and he does seem to chop and change clubs. There seems to be a mentality now that having a foriegn manager guarantees success. I think our last 2 disprove that theory! For me, it should still be Sean Dyche for the job. OK, he hasn't won anything yet, but he's got years of English football experience, seems very loyal and deserves a chance to manage what is, (or should I say SHOULD be) , a very good squad. Let's be realistic, we're not yet in a position to attract one of the very big name managers so I honestly believe Sean Dyche is by far the best man for the job.

{Ed025's Note - i like dyche tezza and if we could get him on a 2-3 year deal then i would be happy, the problem is how far can he take us?, if our aim is to threaten the top 4 then sean is not that guy for me, he is steady and would do more of a moyes job than anything else mate, silva is regarded as one of the best up and coming managers in the game but i agree with you to a certain degree that it would be a bit of a gamble..

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19 Nov 2017 16:49:27
Firstly, Silva has won stuff. Not in this country, but if that's our criterion, we'll probably be managerless. Secondly, the fact that we've had two foreign managers who failed does not at all prove that all foreign managers will fail. That is skewy logic - it's not even a relevant piece of evidence. If you think British managers are better in the EPL than foreign ones, take a look at the top half and the bottom half of the table. That's not proof that foreign managers are better, but it does disprove the theory that British managers are better! I'm not saying Silva is the right man, but he's arguably got a better track record than the other realistic candidates unless you don't count anything outside Britain as proper football. I get the concerns about him, and I take the points about Benitez below. There's an argument for him (if he's interested) even though it doesn't sit right and I'd hate the inevitable taunts from across the park that our manager was sacked by them. He's foreign, too, of course 😉.

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19 Nov 2017 14:29:56
Could whoever does the player profiles possibly do one on Gabriel Jesus?

Thanks.

{Ed001's Note - yes mate, I have added him to the list.}

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19 Nov 2017 16:36:39
Cheers.

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19 Nov 2017 12:04:43
Christ knows why Morgan was played if he was injured, can anyone explain to me when Yala and Coleman are back? We miss Yala so much, I know he's frustrating but he makes things happen, only player we have like that out wide is Mirallas who's legs are shot

I like Kenny but don't think he'll make it with us, lacks pace and strength, decent defender, below average going forward.

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19 Nov 2017 13:39:09
I thought Kenny was tremendous yesterday he had zaha in his back pocket.

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19 Nov 2017 13:47:21
apart from his goal that is.

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19 Nov 2017 14:16:28
Like I said, decent defender, just isn’t the rampaging right back we need.

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19 Nov 2017 14:41:52
just watched there second goal and hardly kennys fault.

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