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I'm worried about some of the training we've got going on if people's levels are dropping like this, I get that it's a busy period but there is a team not that far away that played in the club world Cup final, then came back and smashed Leicester away with pretty much the same team in a similar time frame. You don't see their players that tired that they can hardly pass the ball like Tom yesterdaySent from my CLT-L09 using NSNO Everton Forums mobile app
Maybe its not us doing something abnormal?
Playing at a high level every game is difficult, but when you're on a run with trophies to win that level of consistency can be achieved just purely through desire to achieve specific goals.We've had to drag ourselves up from the doldrums to achieve a higher level of performance which is mentally and physically draining, much more than being on a roll where all.you have to do is maintain a standard you're already achieving.It's been a herculean effort to get the results we have recently, which is very different to what Liverpool have been doing (as impressive as it is)
He looked absolutely knackered imo. He makes some poor passes but a couple of those that he made yesterday looked suspiciously like they were made by a player dead on his feet.
Makes a massive difference when you can get games won early on and then just manage the game out, then rotate a bit for the next one. We've had the same players playing every 3 days for weeks. And we've had to play at 100% intensity to get results.It will get better, but probably not until the Brighton game.Sent from my iPhone using NSNO Everton Forums
I think Delph’s is a good option to come off the bench to close a game out but he’s been an underwhelming signing - hampered by injuries of course but that wasn’t an unusual occurrence at City was it?
Has more bad games than good, felt sorry for him yesterday though, was meant to be on the bench, was thrown in because of Bernards injury, played out of position, but looked fucked after 20 mins.
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