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September 22, 2012, 09:01:27 PM
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You telling me he's as good as an Aguero, Falcao, Rooney, Villa etc?

His one touch finishing is very good but he's not anything like world class is he, get real.

He never said he was world class.

September 22, 2012, 09:02:15 PM
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Haile GAZrselassie


He's talking about Jelavic yano.

Anyway's, couple of pointers from the match

Heitinga is a fucking shithouse, and so over-rated on here its beyond ridiculous
Fellaini with pace would be frightening
Vic is slowly winning me over, best performance in a blue shirt
Osman is a great player when where on top, when the games gong against us at times he's just a passenger
Coleman adds a new dimension to our play at RB, hope he stays there until Hibbert is back.
Baines is a better defender than he gets credit for
Swansea are dirty cunts, and their fans are knobheads



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September 22, 2012, 09:02:49 PM
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Think lots of people will agree today, even though he has come in for stick he was superb today.  I think he gave the ball away once.





This. And worked his bollocks off. really positive signs that there's a footy player in there trying to get out. Showed a lot of quality. Personally I'm pleasantly surprised. Well done Victor. MOM ;D



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September 22, 2012, 09:03:22 PM
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You telling me he's as good as an Aguero, Falcao, Rooney, Villa etc?

His one touch finishing is very good but he's not anything like world class is he, get real.

His all round play isn't but that doesn't make him not a top class striker.  Some of the best strikers main contribution is to score goals.  He's more a Lineker, Van Nistelroy etc and there is nothing wrong with that. 

September 22, 2012, 09:04:35 PM
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Very impressed today, even more that we controlled the game with Neville and Osman in the middle. Neville really should be kept as a RB some of his decision making was way off. Osman was ok moving forward but central midfield isn't the best place for him.  Made up for Vic he had a great game and deserves his goal, looked a bit tired late on though.
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September 22, 2012, 09:06:12 PM
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excellent performance i only wish we could convert more chances though as it might cost us


September 22, 2012, 09:06:37 PM
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Neville did ok, nothing fantastic but some nonsense being said about his performance. Our weakest link today was Heitinga in the first half, luckily because of the red card he was never under pressure in the second half.

It was an all round good display, even the biggest moaners must surely be content with a 3 nil win away, again.

Neville did far from ok five uneccassary back passes one that was so bad it went out for a corner, the rest put pressure on the back line ,I'm surprised no one fucking punched him, every pass he made but for one was over or under hit, his tracking was awful and Heitinga, who wasn't much better, suffered because of it, personally I cant bear Johnny and think he is so overrated its fucking ridiculous hes a fucking shithouse, but he was not to bad today
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September 22, 2012, 09:08:09 PM
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Neville did far from ok five uneccassary back passes one that was so bad it went out for a corner, the rest put pressure on the back line ,I'm surprised no one fucking punched him, every pass he made but for one was over or under hit, his tracking was awful and Heitinga, who wasn't much better, suffered because of it, personally I cant bear Johnny and think he is so overrated its fucking ridiculous hes a fucking shithouse, but he was not to bad today

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September 22, 2012, 09:09:34 PM
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Surely with Gibson fit then Neville won't get in the team, he is an obvious weak link but even with him taking part we are playing well. I can see us putting a few bogies to bed this season ie getting a couple of wins at places like Old Trafford, Stamford Bridge, Anfield and the Emirates.
Swansea were overwhelmed by us today and as Moyes said we could have  got 6, easily. I hate being so confident this early in the season, I know I'll be bottling it the longer it goes on ... Early days but I havent seen anyone as good as us when we're playing well , which is most of the time! ;)
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September 22, 2012, 09:15:50 PM
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Surely with Gibson fit then Neville won't get in the team, he is an obvious weak link but even with him taking part we are playing well. I can see us putting a few bogies to bed this season ie getting a couple of wins at places like Old Trafford, Stamford Bridge, Anfield and the Emirates.
Swansea were overwhelmed by us today and as Moyes said we could have  got 6, easily. I hate being so confident this early in the season, I know I'll be bottling it the longer it goes on ... Early days but I havent seen anyone as good as us when we're playing well , which is most of the time! ;)

I would like to think so, but even if Coleman continues to play well at right back, Neville will usually find a way into the starting line-up.
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September 22, 2012, 09:16:14 PM
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I don't think anyone was particularly poor today. Neville wasn't great but he did his job breaking up play and making the simple pass (most of the time).

I think up front we looked the best we've looked for as long as I can remember. Better finishing from Fellaini, Anichebe and Mirallas would have had us at 6 or 7.

Can't really fault them though, we created a hatfull today and looked great. A bit shaky defensively at times but I don't think Heitinga was as bad as some are making out, he had a rough time in the first half but he didn't do anything particularly wrong.

Great game to watch and I doubt anyone wants to play us at the moment.

September 22, 2012, 09:17:54 PM
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You telling me he's as good as an Aguero, Falcao, Rooney, Villa etc?

His one touch finishing is very good but he's not anything like world class is he, get real.
Provided he keeps banging the goals in & making a contribution, I couldn't give a shit tbh. Whilst he's wearing an Everton shirt and scoring goals, he'll do for me.

September 22, 2012, 09:18:03 PM
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Neville did far from ok five uneccassary back passes one that was so bad it went out for a corner, the rest put pressure on the back line ,I'm surprised no one fucking punched him, every pass he made but for one was over or under hit, his tracking was awful and Heitinga, who wasn't much better, suffered because of it, personally I cant bear Johnny and think he is so overrated its fucking ridiculous hes a fucking shithouse, but he was not to bad today

I disagree, he was ok nothing special but nothing as bad as your making out. His passing was far more accurate and precise  than your making out, the way your putting it he only made half a dozen passes. It wasn't Neville's fault that 2-3 times in the first half Heitinga let his man walk away from him into danergous areas, or was so far away from his man that they had clear heading opportunities from crosses out wide.

Anyway we won, maybe lucky to keep a clean sheet but we should be happy
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September 22, 2012, 09:24:19 PM
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Well I just missed the whole fucking thing because I forgot it was an early kick off.

Bastards.
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September 22, 2012, 09:27:43 PM
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Probably slightly harsh on Heitinga given that he's only really played one competitve game since the Euros so it'll take a game or two to get back up to speed. I can see him staying in the team for Tuesday night and if he plays well, he might take a bit if moving.

As a critic of Coleman, it was good to see him have a decent game, although we've seen it all before when he gets back in the team he tends to shine initially then tail off. He needs to stay consistent now.