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October 05, 2019, 03:17:05 PM
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I was watching something about how a person's dog can be a reflection of themselves in terms of character or personality etc. I think Silva's team does this in a way. I saw him at the Sheffield game and he looked lost and weak. Why isn't he screaming at his players when they let him down on the pitch? Where's his passion? It's reflected in his team's play. They all think he's a nice guy but we don't need nice guys, we need winners. Just an observation.


October 05, 2019, 05:06:26 PM
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You're seeing what you want to see.
It's utter rubbish to say that he doesn't care or looks lost.
I think what you're wanting to see is klopp running up and down the touchline and generally being a prick. It seems some Everton fans have gone from hating that to pining for that behaviour.
It's the same type of thought that would have Ferguson as manager because he has a fucking tattoo.q

Ha ha. Trust me fella. I ain't seeing what I want to see. I want to see our players stand up and be present. I want to see some desire to beat teams, go past apathy because it's not going our way. That's what I want to see but I'm not. If being a cunt like Klopp got us where they are, I'd have it all day long.

October 05, 2019, 05:07:55 PM
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Naaa. Rubbish this is. Just because he isnt a cunt on the touchline, doesnt mean he has no passion!

Maybe it's just hidden under those cow eyes and "moments"?


October 06, 2019, 07:01:44 PM
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Silva needs to show he sees his errors. Firstly in zonal marking above any other approach. Teams can exploit our lack of efficiency in it. Secondly, playing Schneiderlin and Delf together as holding midfielders... It doesn't fucking work Marco!!
He needs to be more ruthless and drop players who are failing him, week in week out... Bring in the youth who will be keen to show him they want it more. What's he to lose? Someone loses but it's how you lose. We dominate possession and yet lose the game??? Change your plan if he has one. I just don't think he can, or has another way. If we don't win against West ham he's gone and can have no complaints.

October 27, 2019, 08:03:31 PM
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In terms of football in general the last 2 games I’ve watched were Liverpool home and away against Barca (another joyless experience) and befor that possibly nothing even last season.

YOU WHAT??? You watched Liverpool? I know some people are football fans but personally, I'm an Evertonian and other than world cups or Euros I don't watch it. I couldn't watch those cunts once, bit twice lad? Seeing them win it against the odds and all the wank offs after it..... Just don't get it.

October 29, 2019, 05:18:29 AM
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Obviously I don't know for sure but our form seemed to crash when Boa Morte signed on... Surely we should be attracting better than him?


October 30, 2019, 01:39:54 PM
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Think people are overplaying how bad we were tbh.

A better team than Watford and we'd be out. If that's Marco's response to poor football then he's in trouble and so are we. I really want him to succeed but his side reflects him imo... Puppy eyed and lacking fight

October 30, 2019, 02:00:34 PM
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Won 2-0, hit the bar twice, had one cleared off the line and I don’t recall Pickford making any saves.

Really wasn’t that bad. We would’ve all took that before the game.

Can go into spurs now with the cloud lifted somewhat.


Let's hope our clouds have a Silva lining. We'll be back to square one when they wreck us, but that won't be all his fault. Our players need to talk on thd pitch not to the Echo.

October 30, 2019, 10:54:44 PM
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More worried about Delph playing instead of Davies.

I think Davies and Gomes are out best two at the moment. When JP comes back that could be a tasty trio.


November 04, 2019, 03:52:16 PM
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At times tragedy can create strength in people. Our reaction last night was positive. Players like Tosun feeling that bond and empathy is a good sign that the team are together. This might galvanise us?