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January 02, 2018, 02:00:36 AM
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Pretty happy if he gets booed out of Goodison by the end of season to be honest.

January 02, 2018, 06:01:03 AM
Reply #1


Iím done with Everton while heís in charge now.

Whatís the point? The past four games weíve had maybe two chances on goal. Is that really why we watch sport? Iím sure some people think of football as a given and you support your team whatever but should it really be the case that you pay your money to watch this rubbish? I dunno.

January 02, 2018, 03:03:03 PM
Reply #2


Just using it as an example as to why we should be expecting a lot more from this team going forward.

People are trying to tell us we shouldn't even have a go at teams because the attacking players are shit.

I'm saying that you can set up compact, whilst still having a threat going forward, and using an example to show that this team can score goals.

I agree. Burnley, for example, have attacking players that most would agree are of an inferior standard to us but they consistently pull out decent performances and results against the better teams.

Itís all about the intent and instructions you get sent out with.

January 02, 2018, 05:59:10 PM
Reply #3


More nonsense. We played some decent football yesterday considering our attacking options. Burnley are hardly free scoring but they have had a stable squad and manager for a few years now whereas Allardyce has probably had time for a handful of training sessions if that. People are moving with this agenda thing but this is a perfect example. I honestly don't know what you expect him to achieve in the time frame he's been here and an utterly bizarre squad.

And to all the boring (apologies in advance) idiots on here who keep posting the same moaning shite day in day out, I never wanted Allardyce either. But we've got him. You lads need some internet bricks. What help does anyone think there is in constantly taking pot shots?  He's probably not going to be here long term anyway.

Fair points but I'll still stand by my initial post. It's primarily about the intent and instructions that the players are trained in and go out onto the field with.