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Post  Dixie Land on Wed 21 Sep 2011, 11:02 pm

OK, it is this bunch of over paid rent boys turn to get thrashed at Goodison. I can see us getting a very big score here and we will be laughing at Shitteh for a whole month. I am going for a 567-1 win for the Mighty Blues of Everton and Moyes will knock out Mancini on the touchline and shove his scarf up his arse.

That pug ugly fucker Tevez has never scored against the Mighty Everton defense and he isn't going to start this weekend. That Aguero chap makes fucking Andy Carroll look a bargain and that dickhead Balotelli looks like he had got a little fanny growing on his head so he will do fuck all.

I expect Owen Hargreve's wheelchair to get stuck in the Goodison mud where he will sink never to be seen again. That Klingon bastard Lescott will be called back by his mother ship at half time and will have to be replaced by that smackhead Coco-Kolo Toure. Gareth Barry is just plain wank.

WHO THE FUCK ARE MANC SHITTEH ANYWAY??? cheers cheers cheers

(1-1 draw for Super's game)
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Post  RhinoJagz on Wed 21 Sep 2011, 11:06 pm

trademark Cahill header

trademark Baines freekick

Champions League football by 3pm..

I thank you..

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Post  hairy cataract on Wed 21 Sep 2011, 11:07 pm

We can't carry on playing shit and winning, so this time we will play brilliantly and lose 0-4.

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Post  Da Judge on Wed 21 Sep 2011, 11:28 pm

Dixie Land wrote:OK, it is this bunch of over paid rent boys turn to get thrashed at Goodison. I can see us getting a very big score here and we will be laughing at Shitteh for a whole month. I am going for a 567-1 win for the Mighty Blues of Everton and Moyes will knock out Mancini on the touchline and shove his scarf up his arse.

That pug ugly fucker Tevez has never scored against the Mighty Everton defense and he isn't going to start this weekend. That Aguero chap makes fucking Andy Carroll look a bargain and that dickhead Balotelli looks like he had got a little fanny growing on his head so he will do fuck all.

I expect Owen Hargreve's wheelchair to get stuck in the Goodison mud where he will sink never to be seen again. That Klingon bastard Lescott will be called back by his mother ship at half time and will have to be replaced by that smackhead Coco-Kolo Toure. Gareth Barry is just plain wank.

WHO THE FUCK ARE MANC SHITTEH ANYWAY??? cheers cheers cheers

(1-1 draw for Super's game)

Fuck it! I have tickets for a game at the Etihad Stadium this Saturday.... scratch
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Post  Dixie Land on Wed 21 Sep 2011, 11:30 pm

UWIST61 wrote:
Dixie Land wrote:OK, it is this bunch of over paid rent boys turn to get thrashed at Goodison. I can see us getting a very big score here and we will be laughing at Shitteh for a whole month. I am going for a 567-1 win for the Mighty Blues of Everton and Moyes will knock out Mancini on the touchline and shove his scarf up his arse.

That pug ugly fucker Tevez has never scored against the Mighty Everton defense and he isn't going to start this weekend. That Aguero chap makes fucking Andy Carroll look a bargain and that dickhead Balotelli looks like he had got a little fanny growing on his head so he will do fuck all.

I expect Owen Hargreve's wheelchair to get stuck in the Goodison mud where he will sink never to be seen again. That Klingon bastard Lescott will be called back by his mother ship at half time and will have to be replaced by that smackhead Coco-Kolo Toure. Gareth Barry is just plain wank.

WHO THE FUCK ARE MANC SHITTEH ANYWAY??? cheers cheers cheers

(1-1 draw for Super's game)

Fuck it! I have tickets for a game at the Etihad Stadium this Saturday.... scratch

Bugger.
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Post  Armchair on Thu 22 Sep 2011, 8:33 am

As long as our goal difference doesn't take too much of a pasting, I'll be happy.
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Post  Mr_Ben on Thu 22 Sep 2011, 8:36 am

3-0 Paula Onechop to get a hatrick for Citeh.

Jags to get a red card.

Barkley to sign for them at HT.
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Post  The President on Thu 22 Sep 2011, 8:50 am

Can't see anything but a 0-2 win for us Shocked
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Post  SouthernSmugToffee on Thu 22 Sep 2011, 1:30 pm

The President wrote:Can't see anything but a 0-2 win for us Shocked

Agreed. We are thier bogey team, they can't seem to beat us. Long may it continue! cheers
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Post  Bryan on Thu 22 Sep 2011, 1:57 pm

Right at least one of the following will happen.

1. Aguero to score
2.A really bad,crunching tackle on one of our players.
3.A Pen
4.A Sending off
5.Moyes argues with an official
6.Commentator to mention ' Dzeko really has settled '
7.Everton's best chances to come from a set piece

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Post  Blue gazza on Thu 22 Sep 2011, 2:42 pm

i would be happy with a draw, this is a totally different city team than we beat last season

a very hard game for us i think.

COYB

backs to the wall boys

dogs of war and all that
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Thu 22 Sep 2011, 2:49 pm

FEED THE STRAQ wrote:i would be happy with a draw, this is a totally different city team than we beat last season
a very hard game for us i think.

COYB

backs to the wall boys

dogs of war and all that
Too true. Having said that, Fulham managed to get back from a 0-2 hole, granted that was at home, but still. Stopping Silva and Aguero will be difficult, but we have to otherwise it might get ugly.
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Post  mindyerEnvelopeMister? on Thu 22 Sep 2011, 3:31 pm

If we use Neville or Heintinga to closely man-mark Silva Mancini will take him off to save him. Worked for Fulham (though they were 0-2 down by then)

so 2-2 Very Happy
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Re: Man City 2 Everton 0

Post  Dixie Land on Thu 22 Sep 2011, 6:36 pm

mindyerho? wrote:If we use Neville or Heintinga to closely man-mark Silva Mancini will take him off to save him. Worked for Fulham (though they were 0-2 down by then)

so 2-2 Very Happy

We need to bring back Lee Carsley for this one game.
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Thu 22 Sep 2011, 6:39 pm

0-1 - Hibbo - riot cheers
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Post  Bluey on Thu 22 Sep 2011, 8:01 pm

I kind of fancy a 2-2 draw. We won't lie down, it could be 3-2 them. Any win is what we want. A draw is better performance against us recently. We are a thorn in their sides, I still fancy a win. Moyes wants this... so he may be more aggressive than normal.
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Post  Sheep Flavour on Thu 22 Sep 2011, 9:01 pm

I am on the beer from 12:00 with my brother (Newcastle fan) and a good mate from Manchester who is a City fan and I have given him so much abuse
esp last season when we won 2-1 at there place (he missed the goals due to taking a phone call but thanks to SKY Plus it kept me going for a few hours after the game showing him) I will never hear the end of it if we lose badly please lads....2-1 Blues....you can stick Tevez and his I will pocket 250k a week while I moan and what to be back with the Argies all you want...give me Hibbo any day!
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Post  RhinoJagz on Thu 22 Sep 2011, 10:19 pm

Hansen's yearly punching above our weight article:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/15022695.stm

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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Thu 22 Sep 2011, 10:20 pm

Dixie Land wrote:
mindyerho? wrote:If we use Neville or Heintinga to closely man-mark Silva Mancini will take him off to save him. Worked for Fulham (though they were 0-2 down by then)

so 2-2 Very Happy

We need to bring back Lee Carsley for this one game.
What is he up to these days?
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Post  RhinoJagz on Thu 22 Sep 2011, 10:27 pm

Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
Dixie Land wrote:
mindyerho? wrote:If we use Neville or Heintinga to closely man-mark Silva Mancini will take him off to save him. Worked for Fulham (though they were 0-2 down by then)

so 2-2 Very Happy

We need to bring back Lee Carsley for this one game.
What is he up to these days?

He was a football analyst on NewsTalk (Ireland) for the Man U v Chelsea game at the weekend. He was terrible Very Happy

Just repeated everything the commentator said in an inaudible girly accident, getting slightly muddled most of the time... flower

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Post  The President on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 12:27 am

Lawro

Everton didn't have the luxury, unlike City, of resting most of their main players in the Carling Cup.

I know the Toffees traditionally have a good record at City, but with the vast array of talent at Roberto Mancini's disposal it will be tough for David Moyes and his team.

Prediction: 2-0

Now I'm even more confident we will win 0-2 cheers
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Post  anticipate_the_pass on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 1:15 am

Bluejags wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
Dixie Land wrote:
mindyerho? wrote:If we use Neville or Heintinga to closely man-mark Silva Mancini will take him off to save him. Worked for Fulham (though they were 0-2 down by then)

so 2-2 Very Happy

We need to bring back Lee Carsley for this one game.
What is he up to these days?

He was a football analyst on NewsTalk (Ireland) for the Man U v Chelsea game at the weekend. He was terrible Very Happy

Just repeated everything the commentator said in an inaudible girly accident, getting slightly muddled most of the time... flower



You wouldn't say that if he was standing in front of you ....

I met him a couple of years ago, top man
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Post  toffee_pies on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 8:39 am

BBC MATCH PREVIEW
In days of olde, King John's rich noblemen used to ride through Sherwood Forest petrified that they would be robbed and humbled by a shadowy figure clad in green - the champion of the poor - none other than Robin Hood.
These days, football's moneyed elite tread with equal trepidation as they fear a good old gubbing from those infamous merry men dressed in blue - Everton!
There's nothing proud Evertonians would love more than to rob the rich and leaving them squealing like Maid Marian.
Not only do Everton have a better recent record than any other Premier League club against money-bags Chelsea - they are also well accustomed to stuffing mega-bucks Manchester City, who should be wary going into Saturday's early kick-off.
So, test your football knowledge with these six brain teasers - answers below!
Q1: Who was the last team to score a home win against Manchester City?
Q2: Who was the last team to score an away win against Manchester City?
Q3: Who were the only side to do the double over City last season? Here's a clue - they did it the season before as well.
Q4: Which side has won all of their last four visits to Eastlands?
Q5: Which side has won seven of their last eight games against Manchester City?
Q6: Who is 5-2 ON to win Saturday's game?
Answers: Q1 - Everton. Q2 - Everton. Q3 - Everton. Q4 - Everton. Q5 - Everton. Q6 - Man City.

COYB
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Post  hairy cataract on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 9:25 am

toffee_pies wrote:BBC MATCH PREVIEW
In days of olde, King John's rich noblemen used to ride through Sherwood Forest petrified that they would be robbed and humbled by a shadowy figure clad in green - the champion of the poor - none other than Robin Hood.
These days, football's moneyed elite tread with equal trepidation as they fear a good old gubbing from those infamous merry men dressed in blue - Everton!
There's nothing proud Evertonians would love more than to rob the rich and leaving them squealing like Maid Marian.
Not only do Everton have a better recent record than any other Premier League club against money-bags Chelsea - they are also well accustomed to stuffing mega-bucks Manchester City, who should be wary going into Saturday's early kick-off.
So, test your football knowledge with these six brain teasers - answers below!
Q1: Who was the last team to score a home win against Manchester City?
Q2: Who was the last team to score an away win against Manchester City?
Q3: Who were the only side to do the double over City last season? Here's a clue - they did it the season before as well.
Q4: Which side has won all of their last four visits to Eastlands?
Q5: Which side has won seven of their last eight games against Manchester City?
Q6: Who is 5-2 ON to win Saturday's game?
Answers: Q1 - Everton. Q2 - Everton. Q3 - Everton. Q4 - Everton. Q5 - Everton. Q6 - Man City.

COYB
cheers

Funny thing is that most Evertonians are talking about this game being the first real test of where we are this season, but in fact it's Man Citteh's first big test. We always beat them, so - if they really are to be contenders this season - they need to give us a good pasting. Hopefully the Citteh players and Mancini will be aware of that and bottle it.

0-1 to the Mighty Blues.
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Post  notepad on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 1:50 pm

I'm meeting my mate in the Lloyds No.1 under the St Johns Centre at 08.30 for Brekkie and a Pint before getting the train to Manchester! COYB!!

cheers
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