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September 24, 2019, 04:33:48 AM
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Micheal Cox in the athletic arguing Iwobi is being badly utilised by Marco Silva.

Well join the fuckin' queue.

Was gonna paste that article as well. lol


September 24, 2019, 04:58:31 AM
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September 24, 2019, 05:44:39 AM
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The case for 4222

https://toffeetargets.com/should-everton-change-formations-a-breakdown-of-the-4-2-2-2/

Some odd statements in here but broadly I agree, would be in interesting formation for us.

Wouldn't hate Richarlison in the poacher alongside DCL, Kean and Iwobi providing threat and running from deeper AM positions.
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September 24, 2019, 05:45:25 AM
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Too soon to be making that kind of judgement imo.

I think we’ll see him centrally soon.

Haven't read the article tbh but I imagine he is just saying that - let's see him centrally and if so I would strongly agree.
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September 24, 2019, 05:59:33 AM
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Feel like I'm spamming sorry but phwoar, Heat is on no doubt about it.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2019/09/23/marco-silva-unhappy-everton-players-hiding-side-prepares-crucial/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

"The biggest of those appears to be the mental fatigue some players are feeling as a result of his long, tactical training sessions and ­preference for his squad to stay in a hotel before all games.

There is also a sense that he is failing to inspire his team and dwells on bad results for too long, rather than quickly lifting his ­players...

Individuals have become bored during set-piece practice and switched off to the instructions they are being given. Those not ­directly involved have to hang around and can lose concentration.

Silva likes to keep his players at the training ground for long periods, but groups of them are used to more intense sessions under past managers or at former clubs."

I really am not looking forward to us entering transition again but stories like these are precursors to losing the dressing room if we are being honest.
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September 24, 2019, 06:41:02 AM
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What the fuck could a Silva "tactical" training session have in it to take so long..
I still despise Clive Thomas..


September 24, 2019, 06:52:51 AM
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What the fuck could a Silva "tactical" training session have in it to take so long..
No one gets to go home until Semaus gets a proper cross in


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September 24, 2019, 07:05:25 AM
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I proper wasn’t keen on that Iwobi signing at all when we made it. The more I think about it the less it makes sense for me. 2 better players on the left than him. And Silva fancies Gyilfi in he centre. It all feels abit like too many cooks in the kitchen to me, would love to know who’s behind this. The one thing Silva was 100% sure On was needing a centre back.

All feels abit of a mess at the minute and nothing we do seems to turn good
« Last Edit: September 24, 2019, 07:27:07 AM by Heisenberg »

September 24, 2019, 07:33:39 AM
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Feel like I'm spamming sorry but phwoar, Heat is on no doubt about it.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2019/09/23/marco-silva-unhappy-everton-players-hiding-side-prepares-crucial/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

"The biggest of those appears to be the mental fatigue some players are feeling as a result of his long, tactical training sessions and ­preference for his squad to stay in a hotel before all games.

There is also a sense that he is failing to inspire his team and dwells on bad results for too long, rather than quickly lifting his ­players...

Individuals have become bored during set-piece practice and switched off to the instructions they are being given. Those not ­directly involved have to hang around and can lose concentration.

Silva likes to keep his players at the training ground for long periods, but groups of them are used to more intense sessions under past managers or at former clubs."

I really am not looking forward to us entering transition again but stories like these are precursors to losing the dressing room if we are being honest.

All I’m taking from this is that we still have that really mentally weak team we’ve had as long as I can’t remember. I’d accept the unmotivated type arguments if we was at a reasonable level which closely resembled the players ability. But the quality of them players should be finishing 7-8th. Performing like players who from a team 15-17th. They’re not even playing for themselves never mind the team. Nobody ever steps up for Everton it’s pretty sad.

The post defeat Liverpool echo rallies by jags and Coleman are just template copy and pastes. Heads down when things go bad every time taking no responsibility on and off the pitch. It’s the opposite of what they was complaining about when they down tooled for koeman

Edit: may not of been Koeman. Could of been Allardyce or Martinez didn’t practice set pieces I don’t remember which one it was
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September 24, 2019, 02:54:31 PM
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Matt law lads.

Everything written by him in relation to Everton should be questioned.
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September 24, 2019, 03:32:16 PM
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All I'm taking from this is that we still have that really mentally weak team we've had as long as I can't remember. I'd accept the unmotivated type arguments if we was at a reasonable level which closely resembled the players ability. But the quality of them players should be finishing 7-8th. Performing like players who from a team 15-17th. They're not even playing for themselves never mind the team. Nobody ever steps up for Everton it's pretty sad.

The post defeat Liverpool echo rallies by jags and Coleman are just template copy and pastes. Heads down when things go bad every time taking no responsibility on and off the pitch. It's the opposite of what they was complaining about when they down tooled for koeman

Edit: may not of been Koeman. Could of been Allardyce or Martinez didn't practice set pieces I don't remember which one it was
It was Martinez. Supposedly anyway.

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September 24, 2019, 04:08:48 PM
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The case for 4222

https://toffeetargets.com/should-everton-change-formations-a-breakdown-of-the-4-2-2-2/

Some odd statements in here but broadly I agree, would be in interesting formation for us.

Wouldn't hate Richarlison in the poacher alongside DCL, Kean and Iwobi providing threat and running from deeper AM positions.

Spurs have played this formation particularly well over recent seasons
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September 24, 2019, 04:10:23 PM
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Matt law lads.

Everything written by him in relation to Everton should be questioned.

Correct

September 24, 2019, 05:53:54 PM
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Feel like I'm spamming sorry but phwoar, Heat is on no doubt about it.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2019/09/23/marco-silva-unhappy-everton-players-hiding-side-prepares-crucial/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

"The biggest of those appears to be the mental fatigue some players are feeling as a result of his long, tactical training sessions and ­preference for his squad to stay in a hotel before all games.

There is also a sense that he is failing to inspire his team and dwells on bad results for too long, rather than quickly lifting his ­players...

Individuals have become bored during set-piece practice and switched off to the instructions they are being given. Those not ­directly involved have to hang around and can lose concentration.

Silva likes to keep his players at the training ground for long periods, but groups of them are used to more intense sessions under past managers or at former clubs."

I really am not looking forward to us entering transition again but stories like these are precursors to losing the dressing room if we are being honest.

Check out Law's alleged sources ....ex players and people at the club ....no names or nothing ,sounds like a mostly fabricated story tbh.
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September 24, 2019, 07:01:41 PM
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Check out Law's alleged sources ....ex players and people at the club ....no names or nothing ,sounds like a mostly fabricated story tbh.

You tend not to keep sources if you hang them out to dry at the first opportunity!!