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On the ' not to be criticised ' list it seems . Like you say despite several stupid mistakes .
Mori is a wild card at the best of times. You can't ascribe poor performance of one player (Keane) down to the woeful performance of the team and not apply that same debilitating factor to another (Mori).If Mori was a solid, dependable player then you could see an calming influence but he's the opposite.
Eh??A player who has shown in the past to be erratic and not the least bit calm, will come back from an injury into a defence under masssive pressure and scrutiny and suddenly become this calming influence??I like Mori, and he'll bring some attributes we are missing, but arguing for him to be a calming influence, no
We've been shit defensively all season, we were still shit defensively against West Ham, they were just so poor as not to take advantage, our problems haven't suddenly evaporated
When they think MK is better than Stones, or admire a majority shareholder who allegedly doesn't even have his own money and makes grandiose claims then appoints Sam Allardyce and a stadium we dont even control the design or own, and are completely deluded that Goodison cannot be redevelopedOR People like @Bob Sacamano stoop to the low ebb of personal insults or insulting people with Aspergers/Mental illness, you can understand my occasional low opinion of them. In his case, I reported him to the mods because he is a troll and a bully and defames people. @Bally @Gash @Simon Paul The only posts i see him post on here are quoting what i say. He has no opinion at all.I hope Michael Keane succeeds as his confidence seems shot and he looks good and possesses potential. At the moment though I look at John Stones and wonder why Evertonian's think we done better business shipping him out for Williams/Keane.We moan about boring football but our attitude towards boring players like Williams is what produces the appointment of managers like Allardyce.
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