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December 28, 2017, 04:34:05 AM
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I'm not interested in what the bookies are saying or putting money on it. Look, forget our away form, forget the bookies, forget Bournemouth's home form, forget everything in fact, Everton Football Club drawing with AFC Bournemouth anywhere is not a "more than decent result" and it's a pathetic mentality to think it is. These are the type of games we should be having a proper go at winning.





Ah, fuck off all of yeah. That reminds me, the way I thought months ago. Gash is sound. Well! I'm still posting. ;D

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December 28, 2017, 04:40:57 AM
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Thornton_19


I feel we really need to be having a go against these. Play for the win and not play not to concede. Don't want there to be loads of pressure on the United game.

December 28, 2017, 05:19:53 AM
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Ell Capitan

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Anything but a win and it’s honeymoon period over for Allardyce.

There’s a tremendous lack of patience with our fanbase these days and will turn on Allardyce in no time if results are poor, especially if we’re playing horrible football.

Arguably by starting so well results wise Allardyce has actually created a rod for his own back as expectations have been raised significantly.

December 28, 2017, 05:47:23 AM
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Dr. Sponge


Hopefully be better in attack against these than we were against West Brom.

They'll leave more space, plus I hope everyone has had a word with themselves (attacking-wise) after the last game.

December 28, 2017, 05:56:02 AM
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sam of the south


It’s Christmas mate, Gibbo will be pissed somewhere up Sunderland way.

Haha, I sort of meant Keane, but would also like us to get Ben Gibson from Boro.
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December 28, 2017, 06:08:08 AM
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Anything but a win and it’s honeymoon period over for Allardyce.

There’s a tremendous lack of patience with our fanbase these days and will turn on Allardyce in no time if results are poor, especially if we’re playing horrible football.

Arguably by starting so well results wise Allardyce has actually created a rod for his own back as expectations have been raised significantly.

I agree. Not arsed about what anyone says about ‘having a go and getting beaten 5-0’ etc. etc. if we have to watch a few more of those painfully drab nil nils the knives will be out, as we all expected and what usually happens with Big Sam’s sides I think.
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December 28, 2017, 06:21:58 AM
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Lxxx


This game is all about the performance and the intent for me. A win would be great but if we go out and play, have a go, create a load of chances but can’t finish because we have very little quality up top then I’ll see that as progress.
It’ll show me the penny is starting to drop and we’ve attempted to move on from ‘steadying the ship’ as we’re in fuckin 9th and a stones throw away from a European place.

More of what we saw served up the other day isn’t good enough.

December 28, 2017, 06:47:41 AM
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Anything but a win and it’s honeymoon period over for Allardyce.

There’s a tremendous lack of patience with our fanbase these days and will turn on Allardyce in no time if results are poor, especially if we’re playing horrible football.

Arguably by starting so well results wise Allardyce has actually created a rod for his own back as expectations have been raised significantly.
Sorry, the politest way I can describe this is "bollocks".  Anything but a win etc etc. Have the personnel changed overnight? No. Is  Rooney likely to play? No. How can expectations have been raised significantly? Slightly might be a fairer description, but significantly? Dear oh Dear. I imagine the Shite's expectations have risen significantly with their £75m deal for van Dyke. What additions are we announcing to make any difference?  I guess if we had lost 1-0 at WBA the knives would have been out already with impatient people like you "turning on Allardyce". If you do it near me at Goodison I will clobber you with my manbag.

December 28, 2017, 07:57:03 AM
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Ross


Suddenly a draw away to Bournemouth is a good result?
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December 28, 2017, 08:46:59 AM
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Suddenly a draw away to Bournemouth is a good result?

Surely no one actually thinks this

I think a win of any sort for us is a good result, even if 1-0.

I know this sounds obvious but it is easier to win at home than it is away. In theory this type of game should be easier for us to win than the West Brom game as these are more likely to leave space in behind rather than be boring as shit like Everton or West Brom

The difference between the manager who I’m sure you wish was still in the job (Roberto Martinez) and the man who is in the job (Sam Allardyce) is that the former would be more likely to get a 3-3 draw, whereas the latter will be more likely to get a 0-0 draw
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December 28, 2017, 11:48:40 AM
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bluenuck


I hate playing these fuckers.

It's gonna be a nail biter right till the end.

December 28, 2017, 01:11:46 PM
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therealdunc


We haven’t won there since they came back to the top division - and that was with better personnel in the Everton team

But all of a sudden our current team which is full of crap attacking players like Lennon, Niasse, Davies, etc combined with other players playing out of position such as Sigurdsson, Martina, etc is expected to go there and win

Have we signed a new midfield and strike force since the West Brom game?

Is the mountain of injured players all fully recovered and match fit?


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December 28, 2017, 02:45:25 PM
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D15TIN


Bin this 3/5 at the back, 4231

-----------Pickford

Kenny Holgate Williams Martina

----Schneiderlin Rooney

Lennon Sigurdsson Bolasie

-------Calvert-Lewin

I actually think this will be tougher than west brom, we havnt had a great time away at Bournemouth in the past.

December 28, 2017, 02:51:28 PM
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ally2


We've got very little attacking threat, especially without our top scorer.

The '0-0 vs '3-3' argument is an interesting one. Scoring 3 would appease most but I'd prefer 0-0, especially for a team in transition. It's more sensible to build on defensive organisation. I know we've ridden our luck but the defensive stats are there and are good.

December 28, 2017, 03:50:16 PM
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We're probably 2/1 because the bookies noticed we didn't have a shot at goal until injury time, against a team in 19th, who haven't won any Prem game since mid August.
WBA was favourites at the Danish bookmakers aswell followed by a draw and best odds on us winning