April 24, 2018, 11:27:08 AM

Author Topic: Everton v Newcastle (MNF)  (Read 4490 times)

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6 hours ago
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howard1334


Ahaha!!

https://twitter.com/CallumRobson10/status/988521224019030017

I don't get what is going on here.


6 hours ago
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KoemansNumberTens


I never said there’s was but they do have a common methodology.

None of the talent and none of the hard work is a recipe for disaster. His ideas were lunacy. We’ll not bother defensively cos we’ll just keep the ball. You’d think that were a daft plan from a Barca manager. With our limited squad it was crazy

Read an interview he did with carragher and honestly it was just scary. Was as if he’d lost the plot and was in complete denial

6 hours ago
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TheRam

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Martinez absolutely had to go.

Can't believe the same fella is still trotting out the same stuff from two years ago.



6 hours ago
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plowman2


I don't get what is going on here.
Bitter Bar Code. Pickford's from Sunderland. Hates the bar codes and they hate him
He's been devastingly underwhelming at goodison and seems to have developed a belief he can run straight through solid objects.
(Sunderland fan's fume at possible signing of McGeady on loan)

6 hours ago
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Ross


None of the talent and none of the hard work is a recipe for disaster. His ideas were lunacy. We’ll not bother defensively cos we’ll just keep the ball. You’d think that were a daft plan from a Barca manager. With our limited squad it was crazy

Read an interview he did with carragher and honestly it was just scary. Was as if he’d lost the plot and was in complete denial

Considering your position on Allardyce I’m not in anyway surprised you didn’t like Martinez.

But football has moved on since the 70’s and it’s time we did.
There are only two things I can't stand in this world. People who are intolerant of other people's cultures... and the Dutch.

6 hours ago
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kramer0


I almost resent the existence of our old shitty managers because there’s always a chance we’ll end up debating how they stack up against our new shitty managers.

When really, they’re all shit and who cares.


6 hours ago
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Macca77


Lets be honest, we all fell for Martinez as soon as he mentioned the school of science and invited Kendall back to FF, that season we played some of the best football ive ever seen us play, destroying Arsenal at home was right up there, but the bubble soon burst when he got found out, he refused to change his ways so had to go

5 hours ago
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Duncs_a_legend

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I still love Martinez. Sorry :(
"I would never die for my beliefs...because I might be wrong"

5 hours ago
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Everton Mint


Martinez inheritted a good squad with excellent organisation and appetite for hard work built by Moyes.

Moyes is the manager none of the subsequent bosses have yet been better than for Everton.

Once Top 4, Top 7 eight times, Euro football, Cup final. All with no real money.

We are miles further away from the top teams now.


5 hours ago
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Sir Stealth

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I hope the manager next season isn't Sam Allardyce, Roberto Martinez or David Moyes 
You think Lou Bega knocked it out of the park with Mambo number 1?!No but he kept at it!

5 hours ago
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sam of the south


I hope the manager next season isn't Sam Allardyce, Roberto Martinez or David Moyes 

Or Koeman or Unsworth.

I hope it’s Fonseca.
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5 hours ago
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pjk


As someone said earlier. 'That's Walcott dropped till next season'.




https://twitter.com/dave_seed/status/988544691573534721 :)
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5 hours ago
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"What was wrong with our style?" he said to Sky Sports.

"You can't knock our football. You can knock some of our passing that went astray, but you can't knock me for that. I don't pass the ball.

"Apart from the last 10 minutes we dominated the game and there was only going to be one winner."
"I wouldn't be up here if I hadn't failed a million times." Nick Foles

4 hours ago
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everton1952


Well nobody will say they enjoyed going to the game, but at least the predictions of rioting, demos, chanting, placards etc never happened. We won through hard work against a physically strong Newcastle team, despite stinkers by Rooney, Bolassie and after he came on, Davies. Schneiderlin played well deserved his ovation and we missed him. Three harder games to come and then restore our hopes with a new manager appointment.