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Fed up with all the doom and gloom lately, so I'm gonna remain positive and reckon we will win tomorrow and beat the shite next MondayEVERTON EVERTON EVERTONEVERTON EVERTON EVERTONEVERTON EVERTON EVERTONEVERTON....EVERTON!
Ross Barkley must be going out of fashion. Of the 4 people who have posted a team ,not one has put Barkley in and only @ally2 has even mentioned him. I'd play Barkley behind the strikers like. i.e. hoping for two up front.
As in a 4-3-1-2?It'd provide us with solidity through the middle against their attempts to play in and around the box. Could work width wise if the full backs have good games (and the two wider dms) cover for them if they went forward. Just not sure whether he's done enough recently to warrant getting picked, although that applies to nearly everyone else too
The inference before Watford was that he wasn't playing particularly well in training (not through lack of effort) either and he didn't set the world on fire on Saturday so I can see how he won't be starting tomorrow.
Spring a surprise Ronald, and throw Tom Davies into the midfield, with Barry and Gana.You've given chancers like Cleverley and McCarthy a go, even though they have proven to be seriously inadequate numerous times before. And much as I love Ross, if he's underwhelming in training, then he needs to be doing more to force his way back in.
If nothing else it'd give the crowd a lift. One piece of skill or lung-busting run from Davies would get a load of bevvied up scousers off their feet. It's little things like that that can lift confidence on the pitch, in the stands and get a bit of momentum going. I think if he understood Evertonians and Goodison a bit more he'd understand those little nuances and use them to better effect.
I would prefer to see Tom Davies against Hull when we will be glad of a point and it is a better level to start him at .
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