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Post  Super on Wed 28 Oct 2009, 10:57 am

Cahill the Absolute F**ki wrote:Ive long thought the constant trips to Australia would become an issue for Cahill. At 29, I think the frequent trips back and forth are beginning to take their toll. He's been really bad this season and this is perhaps the main reason why.

Nice name change!!!!
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Post  Cahill the Great on Wed 28 Oct 2009, 11:32 am

Super wrote:
Cahill the Absolute F**ki wrote:Ive long thought the constant trips to Australia would become an issue for Cahill. At 29, I think the frequent trips back and forth are beginning to take their toll. He's been really bad this season and this is perhaps the main reason why.

Nice name change!!!!


Maybe I should take the 'I' off the end! Just realised the 'Knackered' bit doesnt display!
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Post  Barry Horne's Equaliser on Wed 28 Oct 2009, 11:33 am

Cahill the Absolute F**ki wrote:
Super wrote:
Cahill the Absolute F**ki wrote:Ive long thought the constant trips to Australia would become an issue for Cahill. At 29, I think the frequent trips back and forth are beginning to take their toll. He's been really bad this season and this is perhaps the main reason why.

Nice name change!!!!


Maybe I should take the 'I' off the end! Just realised the 'Knackered' bit doesnt display!


Cahill the Fucked will do I reckon.

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Post  Cahill the Great on Wed 28 Oct 2009, 11:40 am

Barry Horne's Equaliser wrote:
Cahill the Absolute F**ki wrote:
Super wrote:
Cahill the Absolute F**ki wrote:Ive long thought the constant trips to Australia would become an issue for Cahill. At 29, I think the frequent trips back and forth are beginning to take their toll. He's been really bad this season and this is perhaps the main reason why.

Nice name change!!!!


Maybe I should take the 'I' off the end! Just realised the 'Knackered' bit doesnt display!


Cahill the Fucked will do I reckon.



Sensible. I will keep this name untill he regains his form!
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Post  Super on Wed 28 Oct 2009, 11:44 am

Cahill the F**ked wrote:
Barry Horne's Equaliser wrote:
Cahill the Absolute F**ki wrote:
Super wrote:
Cahill the Absolute F**ki wrote:Ive long thought the constant trips to Australia would become an issue for Cahill. At 29, I think the frequent trips back and forth are beginning to take their toll. He's been really bad this season and this is perhaps the main reason why.

Nice name change!!!!


Maybe I should take the 'I' off the end! Just realised the 'Knackered' bit doesnt display!


Cahill the Fucked will do I reckon.



Sensible. I will keep this name untill he regains his form!

Hopefully this will be this season's turning point!! a la Pip's tackle on the winker last season.
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Post  Barry Horne's Equaliser on Wed 28 Oct 2009, 11:45 am

Super wrote:
Cahill the F**ked wrote:
Barry Horne's Equaliser wrote:
Cahill the Absolute F**ki wrote:
Super wrote:
Cahill the Absolute F**ki wrote:Ive long thought the constant trips to Australia would become an issue for Cahill. At 29, I think the frequent trips back and forth are beginning to take their toll. He's been really bad this season and this is perhaps the main reason why.

Nice name change!!!!


Maybe I should take the 'I' off the end! Just realised the 'Knackered' bit doesnt display!


Cahill the Fucked will do I reckon.

I've taken Timmy out of my Fantasy Football team now - taking one for the team and all that (combined with the fact he's scoring me fuck all points).


Sensible. I will keep this name untill he regains his form!

Hopefully this will be this season's turning point!! a la Pip's tackle on the winker last season.

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Post  Bryan on Sun 06 Dec 2009, 7:49 pm

Happy Birthday sunshine, thanks for today.


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Post  fatboblatch on Sun 06 Dec 2009, 8:15 pm

Thought he was going to cry after scoring today!!! I know i was...
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Post  Tonteau on Sun 06 Dec 2009, 8:15 pm

How he saw that ball and reacted in time I'll never know. But that's what he does best and we haven't seen nearly enough of it this season.
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Post  MagicMike on Sun 06 Dec 2009, 8:23 pm

Happy Birthday

Good to see him get on the score sheet. He's had to sacrifice that part of his game of late.
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Post  Tonteau on Sun 06 Dec 2009, 8:28 pm

His touch and hold up play were really good today, imho. Nice early ball through for jo to mess up as well.
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Post  MagicMike on Sun 06 Dec 2009, 9:18 pm

Tonteau wrote:His touch and hold up play were really good today, imho. Nice early ball through for jo to mess up as well.
Yeah, better from Tin today. Clattered into a few tasty challenges too (as did the big hairy one, whose looking much better playing deeper in the midfield).

Jo's really frustrating me at the minute. I think there's a good player in there. His movement off the ball is excellent, drifting into space and giving the midfield options, and when he does get hold of it and turn he can use it well (like the assist in Athens). However, he's too weak to play a 'hold up' role and either gives up far too easily or falls over when challenged with his back to goal and a defender closes him (he needs space to turn and be effective, something defenders aren't going to give him in the Premier League). Whacking balls up to him isn't much use as he won't make it stick up there. He needs to be turned around and played into feet facing goal. We haven't played this way for a while (it would really need Arteta back) and so he's useless to us at the minute. Might be better suited to another league (like the Russian PL!).
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Post  Riggy on Sun 06 Dec 2009, 11:59 pm

Tim really fucked me off today with his booking! what a pointless booking love the guy but he knows better. If he had clattered Dawson or someone fair enough but a poxy fucking trip was awful in the situation we are.
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Post  Bluey on Mon 07 Dec 2009, 12:40 am

Riggy wrote:Tim really fucked me off today with his booking! what a pointless booking love the guy but he knows better. If he had clattered Dawson or someone fair enough but a poxy fucking trip was awful in the situation we are.

he's always done it. He's like Fellaini in that respect. Loads of stupid yellows.
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Post  Bluey on Mon 07 Dec 2009, 12:45 am

MagicMike wrote:
Tonteau wrote:His touch and hold up play were really good today, imho. Nice early ball through for jo to mess up as well.
Yeah, better from Tin today. Clattered into a few tasty challenges too (as did the big hairy one, whose looking much better playing deeper in the midfield).

Jo's really frustrating me at the minute. I think there's a good player in there. His movement off the ball is excellent, drifting into space and giving the midfield options, and when he does get hold of it and turn he can use it well (like the assist in Athens). However, he's too weak to play a 'hold up' role and either gives up far too easily or falls over when challenged with his back to goal and a defender closes him (he needs space to turn and be effective, something defenders aren't going to give him in the Premier League). Whacking balls up to him isn't much use as he won't make it stick up there. He needs to be turned around and played into feet facing goal. We haven't played this way for a while (it would really need Arteta back) and so he's useless to us at the minute. Might be better suited to another league (like the Russian PL!).

I can't make my mind up on him. I want to see him with the better ball players in the squad before making a judgement, but firstly, from a coaching point of view, keeping himself onside would be a start. he's giving too much possession away for that alone. He has good skill and movement but seems to lack pace, guile and strength. The latter two he can aquire. If it were me making a decision today. I would say no as he isn't quick enough for this league.
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Post  Barry Horne's Equaliser on Mon 07 Dec 2009, 8:29 am

Blueyaletdinov wrote:
MagicMike wrote:
Tonteau wrote:His touch and hold up play were really good today, imho. Nice early ball through for jo to mess up as well.
Yeah, better from Tin today. Clattered into a few tasty challenges too (as did the big hairy one, whose looking much better playing deeper in the midfield).

Jo's really frustrating me at the minute. I think there's a good player in there. His movement off the ball is excellent, drifting into space and giving the midfield options, and when he does get hold of it and turn he can use it well (like the assist in Athens). However, he's too weak to play a 'hold up' role and either gives up far too easily or falls over when challenged with his back to goal and a defender closes him (he needs space to turn and be effective, something defenders aren't going to give him in the Premier League). Whacking balls up to him isn't much use as he won't make it stick up there. He needs to be turned around and played into feet facing goal. We haven't played this way for a while (it would really need Arteta back) and so he's useless to us at the minute. Might be better suited to another league (like the Russian PL!).

I can't make my mind up on him. I want to see him with the better ball players in the squad before making a judgement, but firstly, from a coaching point of view, keeping himself onside would be a start. he's giving too much possession away for that alone. He has good skill and movement but seems to lack pace, guile and strength. The latter two he can aquire. If it were me making a decision today. I would say no as he isn't quick enough for this league.


He's a 17m striker, don't you know!

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Post  Tonteau on Mon 07 Dec 2009, 10:09 am

Riggy wrote:Tim really fucked me off today with his booking! what a pointless booking love the guy but he knows better. If he had clattered Dawson or someone fair enough but a poxy fucking trip was awful in the situation we are.

I'll be honest, I thought that was a worthwhile foul (I know, I know, I'm scum). You knew lennon (or was it defoe?) Either way one of their tricky little buggers was running clean through at the defence and would get brought down later on in that move. He took one for the team, we won't be getting anything out of chelsea next week, cahill or not, and he needs a rest.
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Post  Tonteau on Mon 07 Dec 2009, 10:12 am

MagicMike wrote:
Tonteau wrote:His touch and hold up play were really good today, imho. Nice early ball through for jo to mess up as well.
Yeah, better from Tin today. Clattered into a few tasty challenges too (as did the big hairy one, whose looking much better playing deeper in the midfield).

Jo's really frustrating me at the minute. I think there's a good player in there. His movement off the ball is excellent, drifting into space and giving the midfield options, and when he does get hold of it and turn he can use it well (like the assist in Athens). However, he's too weak to play a 'hold up' role and either gives up far too easily or falls over when challenged with his back to goal and a defender closes him (he needs space to turn and be effective, something defenders aren't going to give him in the Premier League). Whacking balls up to him isn't much use as he won't make it stick up there. He needs to be turned around and played into feet facing goal. We haven't played this way for a while (it would really need Arteta back) and so he's useless to us at the minute. Might be better suited to another league (like the Russian PL!).

Think Jo will just work better with a striker playing with him. He's never a lone striker, despite being a loan striker.

He needs to harden up and get a bit of match sharpness. A goal would do him good as he's clearly a confidence player but essentially he's just not what we need right now.
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Post  Top Balcony Blue on Mon 28 Dec 2009, 9:34 pm

Assuming his injury isn't a bad one, might be a blessing in disguise that he sits out a few games. He's been fuckin rubbish this season, and yet again today he spent more time whinging to the ref for free kicks than actually contributing to our play. It seems he's immune to stick with a lot of blues, but the likes of Fellaini, Baines, Bily, Hibbo and Ossie are all fair game. I like Cahill don't get me wrong, but his attitude even as captain has been really poor recently.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Mon 28 Dec 2009, 9:37 pm

With Pip back in the side, maybe we'll field a "proper" 4-4-2 with Cahill out?
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Post  mindyerEnvelopeMister? on Mon 28 Dec 2009, 9:41 pm

Moyes (per BBC) said injury wasn't serious and both Tim and Saha should be available for the next game.... so sorry
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Mon 28 Dec 2009, 9:44 pm

duffyyercarmister? wrote:Moyes (per BBC) said injury wasn't serious and both Tim and Saha should be available for the next game.... so sorry
Maybe time to shake things up a bit none the less.

And what abput Jo? Is he injured or was he on the bench today? Can't see him getting a contract with us.
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Post  Top Balcony Blue on Mon 28 Dec 2009, 9:46 pm

Drop him instead then!
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Post  Bluey on Mon 28 Dec 2009, 9:52 pm

Top Balcony Blue wrote:Assuming his injury isn't a bad one, might be a blessing in disguise that he sits out a few games. He's been fuckin rubbish this season, and yet again today he spent more time whinging to the ref for free kicks than actually contributing to our play. It seems he's immune to stick with a lot of blues, but the likes of Fellaini, Baines, Bily, Hibbo and Ossie are all fair game. I like Cahill don't get me wrong, but his attitude even as captain has been really poor recently.

It's a lack of choice. With the players we have out, Moyes has one fit striker. Saha. Only now is there any option other than kids. The yak is and should only be bit part for the rest of the season. We are down to bare bones again. Cahill, I am utterly convinced is playing injured, not a form issue for me at all, he isn't moving freely. Bit like ossie last year playing mostly like year injured but cannot train.
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Post  sefton on Tue 29 Dec 2009, 7:26 am

i think people forget what a long season cahill had last season,for a couple of months cahill played as striker
when the yak got injured ,along with the fa cup final and travels to austrailia i think cahill needs a break ,their's nothing physically wrong with him just needs a couple weeks off.

anyone hear phil(concord)thompson's comments on gillette soccer yesterday afternoon,
thompson made a comment regards to fellaini surgesting most evertonian's don't like him or his style.
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