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April 23, 2011, 08:45:10 PM
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If Man U lined up with just a goalkeeper and we had are full 11, Moyes would still stand off them. Its just how we seem to play it at Old Trafford. Tbh i think its quite disrespectful to the fans when we play like that

April 23, 2011, 08:45:16 PM
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I suppose a Man U team of Evans, O'Shea, Gibson & Fabio is one to be feared so I can understand Moyes being cautious.
Compared to an Everton team with Beckford, Hibbert, Osman? No wonder Moyes was cautious
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April 23, 2011, 08:45:42 PM
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That's a bit harsh

Not only harsh, but absolute nonsense. Howard in particular has been excellent for us.
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April 23, 2011, 08:46:09 PM
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??  Was totally Distin's fault dicking about instead of getting rid.  Another fucking brain fart against Man U.

It was.
He got over optimistic and we paid a heavy price for it.
Not only did he give the ball away cheaply, he stood off too much to let the cross get made.

For once we looked like getting a result there...:(
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April 23, 2011, 08:46:17 PM
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I'd settle for a draw, unfortunately I think Moyes will go into this game with the same mindset and I think we'll get beat. Hope i'm wrong though obviously.

How annoyingly predictable.
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April 23, 2011, 08:47:26 PM
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We didn't deserve much from the game but arguably could have had 2 penos, one in each half. Peter Walton was playing for United today for sure. Books Howard for timewasting but not Van der Sar. United got the ball back on a few occasions where he should've given Everton frees but that's all part and parcel of playing at Old Trafford.

Not to take away from a deserved 3 points for United, I just hope they have to work harder than that to claim the league in the next few weeks.
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April 23, 2011, 08:48:25 PM
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A miracle it was only one nil.  Ironic distin who along with jags and  howard had a decent game fucked up.  Rodwell was absolutely atrocious.

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I have to agree. How anyone can rate him 25 mil based on this and other similar performances this season is beyond me. He looked like a defender playing in midfield at best, and a bystander at worst.

That said he wasn't the only one.

April 23, 2011, 08:49:10 PM
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sharpattack


It was.
He got over optimistic and we paid a heavy price for it.
Not only did he give the ball away cheaply, he stood off too much to let the cross get made.

For once we looked like getting a result there...:(
Maybe, but where the hell was our right back?
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April 23, 2011, 08:49:44 PM
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We didn't deserve much from the game but arguably could have had 2 penos, one in each half. Peter Walton was playing for United today for sure. Books Howard for timewasting but not Van der Sar. United got the ball back on a few occasions where he should've given Everton frees but that's all part and parcel of playing at Old Trafford.

Not to take away from a deserved 3 points for United, I just hope they have to work harder than that to claim the league in the next few weeks.

They weren't penalties. The referee didn't beat us today, we managed that pretty much by ourselves.

April 23, 2011, 08:51:37 PM
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I have to agree. How anyone can rate him 25 mil based on this and other similar performances this season is beyond me. He looked like a defender playing in midfield at best, and a bystander at worst.

That said he wasn't the only one.

What annoyed me with him today, was, the total  lack of effort.  Bily was awful today but rodwell was at least as bad, barely put a tackle in and never looked arsed.  He was plenty as a central midfielder

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April 23, 2011, 08:54:31 PM
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Compared to an Everton team with Beckford, Hibbert, Osman? No wonder Moyes was cautious

Lol, I bet you were waiting weeks to post that.
Must have been very frustrating.
We're not allowed to make fun of BK, but we are of our home grown players and freebies. (as if we've got money to buy any replacements for them, and we all know why that is..)
How very hypocritical.
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April 23, 2011, 08:55:45 PM
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Lol, I bet you were waiting weeks to post that.
Must have been very frustrating.
We're not allowed to make fun of BK, but we are of our home grown players and freebies. (as if we've got money to buy any replacements for them, and we all know why that is..)
How very hypocritical.

Spot on.
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April 23, 2011, 08:59:10 PM
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charlatan


Did anyone expect anything different today?  I certainly didn't.

April 23, 2011, 09:00:58 PM
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sharpattack


Lol, I bet you were waiting weeks to post that.
Must have been very frustrating.
We're not allowed to make fun of BK, but we are of our home grown players and freebies. (as if we've got money to buy any replacements for them, and we all know why that is..)
How very hypocritical.
You are deluded if you think those three compare to their opposite numbers today. As for defending BK you could not be more wrong. I could care less about the man. I only highlight the ignorant, ill-informed ranting that passes for comment on the subject
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April 23, 2011, 09:02:18 PM
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Compared to an Everton team with Beckford, Hibbert, Osman? No wonder Moyes was cautious

Im sorry but any other team and manager in the PL would have looked at that starting lineup, realised it was an average team, got themselves psyched up and gone at them.  But oh not Moyes and Everton, Moyes does'nt want to upset his bumchum Sir Alex and the players look like they are in awe.
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