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Man of the Match

Howard
0 (0%)
Coleman
0 (0%)
Stones
10 (20%)
Jagielka
1 (2%)
Baines
0 (0%)
Barry
4 (8%)
McCarthy
28 (56%)
Lennon
1 (2%)
Barkley
2 (4%)
Osman
0 (0%)
Lukaku
3 (6%)
Mirallas (Sub)
0 (0%)
Naismith (Sub)
0 (0%)
Kone (Sub)
1 (2%)

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April 22, 2015, 07:51:11 PM
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can see him getting booed.

i loved him when he was here to be honest, at times watching him he was head and shoulders above most on the pitch.

We'll be too busy booing Martinez to boo Fellaini  mate.
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April 22, 2015, 10:09:19 PM
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Love Fellaini. Good player vastly underrated. Some of his performances for us were out of this world. Would love him in our current team.
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April 23, 2015, 02:27:09 AM
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Silas

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A but worried about Stones if he goes up against Fellaini, has to be Jags and Lukaku on corners.

Think this will be a real test for us defensively

April 23, 2015, 07:22:42 AM
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Fellaini was a good player for us and gave a lot to the team at times. That game were he just stopped trying was a blip though. It would be quite cynical of the fans to think of any reason to boo him really. Not unless he does something shit on the pitch against us on Sunday. Maybe a dirty tackle? But up to now as an everton player and now an ex everton player, he's done nothing wrong and doesn't deserve being booed.
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April 23, 2015, 02:47:44 PM
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He was great for us at times, sure. I am wondering if this is coming about because he is playing well at the moment? When he was struggling, people were laughing at the money we got for him, couldn't fit into our new system and blah blah. There were also games where he was up against players he could not bully, like West Brom away or others where  centre halves would try and put him off his game, then do so easily and we lose him. But there were also majestic games like Man City at home where he danced around Bellamy from a deep lying position or United at Goodison where he battered Carrick and was unplayable.

April 23, 2015, 06:33:40 PM
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Love Fellaini. Good player vastly underrated. Some of his performances for us were out of this world. Would love him in our current team.

The day he owned Manchester City will forever live long in the memory. As will the pirouette against the short welsh cunt.
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April 24, 2015, 01:15:44 AM
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The day he owned Manchester City will forever live long in the memory. As will the pirouette against the short welsh cunt.

Was it the 1st game of the next season against United on a Monday night where he absolutely murdered them and scored the winner
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April 24, 2015, 08:20:32 AM
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Was it the 1st game of the next season against United on a Monday night where he absolutely murdered them and scored the winner

That was a great performance. Complete dominance.

He had a few games that season where he was unplayable.

Fulham away he scored a brace and would have had a hip-height volley go in as well if not for a fantastic save by the keeper and hitting the post as well. We still only managed to draw that game I believe.

April 24, 2015, 09:27:59 AM
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Knowing roberto I'm not so sure we will set up to sit back and absorb pressure and focus on threats

I do think that Barry's bang on to get a yellow in the first half in this one

Hope Ossie's fit
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April 24, 2015, 06:30:28 PM
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Knowing roberto I'm not so sure we will set up to sit back and absorb pressure and focus on threats

I do think that Barry's bang on to get a yellow in the first half in this one

Hope Ossie's fit

I'll be looking at the price for that Barry booking. Anything around evens and I'll be lumping on it.
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April 24, 2015, 07:17:15 PM
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April 24, 2015, 07:32:21 PM
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From the archives.....

www.youtube.com/watch?v=08ojFNTG1oE


And again....

http://www.theguardian.com/football/blog/2015/apr/24/the-joy-of-six-everton-v-manchester-united


Go get em Bobby lad.



Good to see something acknowledging that this was always a huge game with a lot of heated rivalry associated with it.

I remember watching an interview with George Best where he said playing vs us and L'pool were his favourite fixtures due to the stick he'd get etc.

To be fair SAF always used to point out that it was always a tougher fixture, atmosphere wise, for them than was usually attributed to it. Even at one point saying they'd get terrible abuse even if they had Dixie playing for them.

As that Guardian article says everything seems focussed on their rivalry with Liverpool now.

I suppose that's what 20 years of being comfortably worse than them does.

April 24, 2015, 07:36:12 PM
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Good to see something acknowledging that this was always a huge game with a lot of heated rivalry associated with it.

I remember watching an interview with George Best where he said playing vs us and L'pool were his favourite fixtures due to the stick he'd get etc.

To be fair SAF always used to point out that it was always a tougher fixture, atmosphere wise, for them than was usually attributed to it. Even at one point saying they'd get terrible abuse even if they had Dixie playing for them.

As that Guardian article says everything seems focussed on their rivalry with Liverpool now.

I suppose that's what 20 years of being comfortably worse than them does.

unfortunately that's the reality of it. i get as wound up as anyone when i don't feel everton are afforded the respect they deserve by the media, but for the last 20 years we've been totally shite and we don't deserve recognition until we win something.
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April 24, 2015, 09:27:04 PM
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Good to see something acknowledging that this was always a huge game with a lot of heated rivalry associated with it.

I remember watching an interview with George Best where he said playing vs us and L'pool were his favourite fixtures due to the stick he'd get etc.

To be fair SAF always used to point out that it was always a tougher fixture, atmosphere wise, for them than was usually attributed to it. Even at one point saying they'd get terrible abuse even if they had Dixie playing for them.

As that Guardian article says everything seems focussed on their rivalry with Liverpool now.

I suppose that's what 20 years of being comfortably worse than them does.

Yeah, the limelight! Nice read on what has always been an intense rivalry on and off the field. Was talking to a couple of United fans in the alehouse recently and they had no idea they'd been relegated or battered on a regular basis by little old Everton or that the fixture had been a big deal before Liverpool FC had been invented by Sky/Prem. They moved on when I started in on Everton being a founder member of the league and probably thought about calling the authorities when the lunatic tried to tell them how successful his team had been and will be again.

Laugh innit.


Note: Can see Lukaku leaving Fellaini in the shade on Sunday.




April 24, 2015, 10:16:37 PM
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Best way to beat these is to go at them, and stop Carrick. I'd almost put someone like Naisy in there to hassle the fuck out of him.
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