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December 20, 2011, 04:17:20 PM
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http://www.dailypost.co.uk/sport-news/everton-fc/2011/12/20/don-t-expect-everton-fc-to-go-goal-crazy-warns-david-moyes-55578-29980897/?

somewhere amongst this is a hint from Davy Moyes that Denis will be staring against Swansea

"" And Moyes added that on-loan Argentine striker Denis Stracqualursi may get the chance to show he can provide that extra goal threat after a bright half-hour’s cameo against Norwich.

“I’ve been thinking about giving Denis a go because I want to make sure we give everybody the chance to score us the goals,” said Moyes.

“Denis has looked better in recent weeks and the chance that fell to him, I’ve seen him score. He was top goalscorer in Argentina last season and I thought ‘this is it’ because I’ve seen him do it all the time and he does score goals.

“I thought this is the one. I always thought he might get me a goal or two over Christmas.

“It will depend on how other people play and how he does as well if we’re going to see any more from him, but if I can I’d like to give him a chance to see what he can do.

“You tend to find that people who score goals score them everywhere and I’ve seen him scoring, but there are bits of his game he needs to work on – his speed, his link up play – but I think if we could get him enough of the ball in the box then we might get a goal; he has quickness of thought in the box,but if he’s going to be ready he’s more ready now than he was, that’s for sure.”"  :thumbsup:
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December 20, 2011, 04:28:24 PM
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Amazes me that so many are having a pop at Cahill and most are saying nothing about Saha. His goal record is more or less as bad as Cahill's but at least Cahill puts a shift in.
Saha played well on Saturday, was extremely unlucky not to in the first half, and forced a good save in the 2nd

December 20, 2011, 05:18:18 PM
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http://www.dailypost.co.uk/sport-news/everton-fc/2011/12/20/don-t-expect-everton-fc-to-go-goal-crazy-warns-david-moyes-55578-29980897/?

somewhere amongst this is a hint from Davy Moyes that Denis will be staring against Swansea

"" And Moyes added that on-loan Argentine striker Denis Stracqualursi may get the chance to show he can provide that extra goal threat after a bright half-hour’s cameo against Norwich.

“I’ve been thinking about giving Denis a go because I want to make sure we give everybody the chance to score us the goals,” said Moyes.

“Denis has looked better in recent weeks and the chance that fell to him, I’ve seen him score. He was top goalscorer in Argentina last season and I thought ‘this is it’ because I’ve seen him do it all the time and he does score goals.

“I thought this is the one. I always thought he might get me a goal or two over Christmas.

“It will depend on how other people play and how he does as well if we’re going to see any more from him, but if I can I’d like to give him a chance to see what he can do.

“You tend to find that people who score goals score them everywhere and I’ve seen him scoring, but there are bits of his game he needs to work on – his speed, his link up play – but I think if we could get him enough of the ball in the box then we might get a goal; he has quickness of thought in the box,but if he’s going to be ready he’s more ready now than he was, that’s for sure.”"  :thumbsup:



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December 20, 2011, 10:58:33 PM
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jongre123


What i'd like to see is completely different to everyone else and what will inevitably happen.

Howard

Hibbert/Coleman   Heitinga    Jagielka    Baines

             Rodwell       Fellaini      Barkley

   Gueye              LS/DS/AV/CM         Drenthe


I want to see exciting attacking football, it may be different to what everyone else is thinking but this is what I want.  The striker situation is tricky at the moment but with two attackers to the side I believe whoever it is will score goals. I'd prefer Donovan to be in the middle of that when he arrives.

December 20, 2011, 11:02:28 PM
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Thornton_19


What i'd like to see is completely different to everyone else and what will inevitably happen.

Howard

Hibbert/Coleman   Heitinga    Jagielka    Baines

             Rodwell       Fellaini      Barkley

   Gueye              LS/DS/AV/CM         Drenthe


I want to see exciting attacking football, it may be different to what everyone else is thinking but this is what I want.  The striker situation is tricky at the moment but with two attackers to the side I believe whoever it is will score goals. I'd prefer Donovan to be in the middle of that when he arrives.

I really like that idea as a formation, The only problem is the striker could get isolated if we were on the back foot!

December 20, 2011, 11:05:53 PM
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jongre123


I really like that idea as a formation, The only problem is the striker could get isolated if we were on the back foot!

I don't believe they should, i'd like to see the 3 attackers stay up front as the outlets as the 7 other players and Howard should be able to defend. The attackers shouldn't have that responsibility, for e.g. when we played Arsenal the counter attacks they made although not as effective as they could have been, were very dangerous because they left they're 3 main players up at the half way line.


December 20, 2011, 11:34:07 PM
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Thornton_19


I don't believe they should, i'd like to see the 3 attackers stay up front as the outlets as the 7 other players and Howard should be able to defend. The attackers shouldn't have that responsibility, for e.g. when we played Arsenal the counter attacks they made although not as effective as they could have been, were very dangerous because they left they're 3 main players up at the half way line.

Suppose so! Id have to try it out against a proper crap team though like blackburn. Wouldnt risk it against a good pacey possesion side like Swansea

December 20, 2011, 11:55:59 PM
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What i'd like to see is completely different to everyone else and what will inevitably happen.

Howard

Hibbert/Coleman   Heitinga    Jagielka    Baines

             Rodwell       Fellaini      Barkley

   Gueye              LS/DS/AV/CM         Drenthe


I want to see exciting attacking football, it may be different to what everyone else is thinking but this is what I want.  The striker situation is tricky at the moment but with two attackers to the side I believe whoever it is will score goals. I'd prefer Donovan to be in the middle of that when he arrives.

Unfortunately BBC Radio 5 reports that Rodwell is injured so your wish won't come true.
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December 21, 2011, 03:50:36 AM
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Jimmywhack

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Howard
Hibbert Jagielka Heitinga Baines
Drenthe Fellaini Neville Osman
Saha
Strac

That imo will be the team


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December 21, 2011, 03:18:58 PM
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true1891blue


gutted for the lad

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December 21, 2011, 10:27:38 PM
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I really like that idea as a formation, The only problem is the striker could get isolated if we were on the back foot!

Our strikers are isolated now.
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December 21, 2011, 10:42:54 PM
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Verm

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---------------------------------Howard----------------------------------
Hibbert---------Heitinga-------------Jagielka-----------Baines
Coleman--------Fellaini--------------Osman------------Drenthe
---------------------------Stracq----------------------------------------
----------------------------------Saha--------------------------------------

SUBS;  Mucha, Distin, Neville, Barkley, Bilyaletdinov, Cahill, Gueye/McAleny

"..whenever i see an everton shirt i think there goes an everton fan. whenever i see a liverpool shirt i think there's someone wearing a liverpool shirt.."

December 21, 2011, 10:52:57 PM
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---------------------------------Howard----------------------------------
Hibbert---------Heitinga-------------Jagielka-----------Baines
Coleman--------Fellaini--------------Osman------------Drenthe
---------------------------Stracq----------------------------------------
----------------------------------Saha--------------------------------------

SUBS;  Mucha, Distin, Neville, Barkley, Bilyaletdinov, Cahill, Gueye/McAleny



Coleman's ruled out aint he?

December 21, 2011, 10:55:34 PM
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Verm

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Coleman's ruled out aint he?

Saw something on SSN about him maybe being ok for tonight I thought..
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December 21, 2011, 11:08:59 PM
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I'd like that team Verm.

Can't see Neville not staying in while we're still struggling though.

I can see why he's there as it allows Felli more freedom; hopefully Felli's passing will improve on the last couple of games.

The only thing is that I like Drenthe on the right so he can cut in and shoot.

Seamus can only play on the right, so that restricts Drenthe quite a bit.
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