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Now I'm sceptical of Moshiri's genuine football knowledge but if he has some he'd see in that second half a completely different side, with not one new signing finishing the game (apart from Pickford). Result didn't really matter, we're on the right track.
I'm more worried about Davies form at the moment than Rooney's think he needs a break and hopefully having Baningime and Mc Carthy as options will allow him to have a break.
If he's up there, he can't be by himself. Has to be part of a two. He's chasing shadows otherwise.
Impossible, even under instructions not to. He's his own worst enemy.
Because.... this is Everton... they (Willain has been Chelsea'a best player for over two years) are very good there is no doubt about that but it is so easy for everyone to see that there is no need to tell us that ... but this is just my opinion nothing more. But why tell us that we will never get a ball winner like that? How on earth could you know that?
To honest? Lack of discipline more like
When Mourinho had his worst managerial time at Chelsea there was no doubt that Willain was his only player that never kind of "deserted" him. Willain is one of the best players in the world at the moment in my opinion. Read my post you moron
Wasn't a calamity at all tonight?Also a lot more involved higher up the pitch as Mirallas held his position well.
Yeah, made up we haven't won it in the last 22 years.
Do yo think you know me? I'm having a laugh all the time in here...
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