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January 20, 2019, 12:18:18 AM
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Silva: We have to fight

Everton boss Marco Silva says his side lacked fight against Southampton and that as the season goes on they will have to show more aggression and determination to win points.

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January 20, 2019, 12:20:47 AM
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Read this at first glance and thought it said 'Silva: We have no fight', which would've been more accurate

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January 20, 2019, 12:28:35 AM
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Need players than can fight, none of ours are capable


January 20, 2019, 01:04:21 AM
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I still despise Clive Thomas..

January 20, 2019, 01:15:30 AM
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Think he's bang on the money tbh. ...we were second best all over the park today...they all need to be a bit more aggressive.


The one thing I will say for Davies is he's a snide who works hard ....we could have done with that today .
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January 20, 2019, 01:18:42 AM
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the players can fight, from the looks of them they don't understand the plan or idea that Silva is trying to put across.



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To Be Continued.....


January 20, 2019, 01:48:30 AM
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No determination - yep, gotta fight like dogs, Marco

A Den of Lions next week - a good place to start
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January 20, 2019, 02:16:58 AM
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Fought last week and won against a good side, so why not today? I don't know. I wish Marco knew.

January 20, 2019, 02:22:34 AM
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I’ve noticed a number of times this season during games or at half time that he’s clearly had a go at the team for being too passive.

From aggression in pressing up front, tackles in midfield (eg for all Gueyes tackles he is small so sometimes is too easily knocked out the way, as happened today), or the CBs allowing the opposition attack too easy a time when controlling passes into them.

We lose lots of 50:50s too, happened quite a lot last week where a their player was in a poor position but we don’t come out with the ball.

January 20, 2019, 02:22:49 AM
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Think he's bang on the money tbh. ...we were second best all over the park today...they all need to be a bit more aggressive.


The one thing I will say for Davies is he's a snide who works hard ....we could have done with that today .

Been like that most of the season, soon as the opposition throw a few tackles in we vanish.
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January 20, 2019, 02:25:51 AM
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I’ve noticed a number of times this season during games or at half time that he’s clearly had a go at the team for being too passive.

From aggression in pressing up front, tackles in midfield (eg for all Gueyes tackles he is small so sometimes is too easily knocked out the way, as happened today), or the CBs allowing the opposition attack too easy a time when controlling passes into them.

We lose lots of 50:50s too, happened quite a lot last week where a their player was in a poor position but we don’t come out with the ball.

Yes, I’ve noticed how we’re second to lose balls more often than not
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January 20, 2019, 02:34:51 AM
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Yes, I’ve noticed how we’re second to lose balls more often than not

It’s not like the players don’t work hard.

But Sigurdsson is “nice”, Gueye isn’t that big as said but is also “nice” for a DM. Keane, apart from walloping that guy when he lost the ball last week, seems “nice”.

The PL is still physical.

Look at City when Ferndinho isn’t there, or Kompany.

Even Aguero is really, really strong for his size.

L’pool, Spurs are obviously aggressive in a good way mostly.

Arsenal have struggled with this since they were the opposite of what they became.

Seems like Sarri is saying the same things re Chelsea.

As I said, just examples, but Sig and Gueye do huge amounts of running. Can’t fault their effort at all.

But we’d be better if we had a unit in the attacking third and a massive grock, who teams had to run 10 yards further to get round, in midfield.

It’s this type of balance that can suddenly change the performance of the other players.

January 20, 2019, 02:41:37 AM
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It’s not like the players don’t work hard.

But Sigurdsson is “nice”, Gueye isn’t that big as said but is also “nice” for a DM. Keane, apart from walloping that guy when he lost the ball last week, seems “nice”.

The PL is still physical.

Look at City when Ferndinho isn’t there, or Kompany.

Even Aguero is really, really strong for his size.

L’pool, Spurs are obviously aggressive in a good way mostly.

Arsenal have struggled with this since they were the opposite of what they became.

Seems like Sarri is saying the same things re Chelsea.

As I said, just examples, but Sig and Gueye do huge amounts of running. Can’t fault their effort at all.

But we’d be better if we had a unit in the attacking third and a massive grock, who teams had to run 10 yards further to get round, in midfield.

It’s this type of balance that can suddenly change the performance of the other players.

Dost, Carvalho, and Nzonzi it is then ;)
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January 20, 2019, 02:49:17 AM
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Dost, Carvalho, and Nzonzi it is then ;)

Ha yes.

You’ve got to be able to move generally too though ;)

January 20, 2019, 02:54:27 AM
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Ha yes.

You’ve got to be able to move generally too though ;)

Ay, there’s the rub
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