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Me and my Uncle almost make a point now of EITHER letting the rest of our (KOPITE) family watch it in his front room whilst we dont even bother and drink some Bud in his Conservatory (we occasionally pop in sarcastically with a 'have liverpool scored yet?' ) When the kopites of the family ask 'What you doing staying in that back room' we always say 'dont worry we'll be here for another 18 years as well!' ORWe end up going the only boozer not showing the match whilst the game is on, and when the barman asks why we are not watching it we laugh and say 'Its at Anfield mate, can we have another pint? Its probably 0-3 Liverpool' Thats our way of been dealing with it the last few years. Like @brap2 said its horrible, so if you cant beat em, join em.Like @Jimmywhack said its such a certainty and shit day me and my uncle almost make a macabre joke out of it. Probably watch it this year though as last time we won in 99 at Anfield it was in my Uncle's house i watched it.
20% possession is a whole new level of scaredy pants. Their midfield have 10 yards of space to move into every time they have the ball. When we have it they give us 20cm.
There is but thats not the big problem. We are an incomplete team. Got some decent players but are missing some many elements and have very little that compliments other parts
Tactically, it was the most negative I have ever seen Everton set up for a very long time.BUT, we won a point from a moment of quality from Rooney, and a good bit of forward play from DCL.Delighted with the result, happy with the defensive performance, but we were absolutely woeful in attack. Even with big Sam's tactics (which i thought were spot on), Niasse and DCL needed to hold the ball up much better than they did, and we needed to press a little more in the first half.
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