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December 15, 2017, 12:12:30 AM
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Agree. A difficult game against a side desperate to turn the corner. Keep our discipline and edge a win with another clean sheet. If Rooney does not score who else will? That is the current problem, no doubt to be sorted in January. 

Probably one of the easiest fixtures in the league at the moment. They're completely beleaguered and hardly have any weapons anymore. Must-win game and really should be quite comfortable.
''In the words of the prophet, today you sell your ring, tomorrow your watch, next week your chain and in 77 days, you won't have eyes to cry with''

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December 15, 2017, 12:19:33 AM
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So they're full of strikers who haven't scored in ages? Brilliant.....

Yeah, I get that but really all the 'Everton that' stuff doesn't amount to anything.

Spend any time on most other clubs forums or talking to their fans, and about 80 clubs in the country think they are the ones that strikers break their duck against, or raise their game against.

Swansea are struggling badly and don't have Gylfi or Llorente to blag a result with anymore. Should be winning this like the West Ham/Huddersfield games with minimal fuss.
''In the words of the prophet, today you sell your ring, tomorrow your watch, next week your chain and in 77 days, you won't have eyes to cry with''

Accattone - Pier Paolo Pasolini.

December 15, 2017, 01:59:30 AM
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Like we were a few games ago.

Not really no. We were underperforming massively, and have the 7th/8th best squad and budget in the league. Swansea just aren't very good anymore, and have been in steady decline for some time.
''In the words of the prophet, today you sell your ring, tomorrow your watch, next week your chain and in 77 days, you won't have eyes to cry with''

Accattone - Pier Paolo Pasolini.