Yes, we realise the season started yesterday……
During his speech at my recent wedding my older brother reeled off a list of incidents that occurred whilst we were growing up (inevitably involving himself in laughter and myself in tears), after which he’d refuse to apologise for it since it was all part of my development… By contrast, he then pointed out that it’s because of him that i’m an Everton fan and said “Ant, I’m so sorry”.
It’s tough being an Evertonian, and the David Moyes era (now starting his 5th Premiership campaign) has taken us to highs and lows that we’ve not seen for a long time. Some might call him the yo-yo manager, with alternating seasons of unexpected success and unacceptable failure. But it’s not just that – each year we confound expectations, doing better or worse than predicted. We’re now “due” a good year, and people are touting us as potential UEFA cup qualifiers. So one of the two patterns of Moyes will no longer exist – we can’t have the good season we’re due, and confound expectations. What’s going to give?
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