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Post  Tonteau on Sun 25 Sep 2011, 12:52 am

Howard Webb is an absolute clown. The more he refs us the more pissed off I get with his terrible decisions. He really was shocking today. Booked Osman for nothing, he should have booked Baines for a block and to overlook the Kompany block on Saha, was just pathetic. He was shameful.


That said, we didn't do a lot of attacking and at best weshould probably have had a point out of the game. Nothing from that performance makes me think we can't beat the shite, though. I just hope we attack them and make them have to defend something. It was too easy for Citeh today, partly that's because they've spent 70,000,000,000,000,000,000 on players (And 50 to bribe the ref) but it's also down to us not really going at them and making them defend. And Vellios looks good, really good. He could be quite a player.
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Post  mindyerEnvelopeMister? on Sun 25 Sep 2011, 2:01 pm

Tonteau wrote:Howard Webb is an absolute clown. The more he refs us the more pissed off I get with his terrible decisions. He really was shocking today. Booked Osman for nothing, he should have booked Baines for a block and to overlook the Kompany block on Saha, was just pathetic. He was shameful.


That said, we didn't do a lot of attacking and at best weshould probably have had a point out of the game. Nothing from that performance makes me think we can't beat the shite, though. I just hope we attack them and make them have to defend something. It was too easy for Citeh today, partly that's because they've spent 70,000,000,000,000,000,000 on players (And 50 to bribe the ref) but it's also down to us not really going at them and making them defend. And Vellios looks good, really good. He could be quite a player.


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Post  Tonteau on Sun 25 Sep 2011, 2:15 pm

Also, thought Rodwell was excellent all game. Silva (stupidly good player) didn't get a sniff until drenthe gave the ball away (Dixie, right wing or left wing, it was a terrible pass. You should never surrender possesion that easily). Really encouraging from a player we all thought would do more than he has thus far. Gave us the hope that maybe he still will.
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Post  Dixie Land on Sun 25 Sep 2011, 4:54 pm

Tonteau wrote:Also, thought Rodwell was excellent all game. Silva (stupidly good player) didn't get a sniff until drenthe gave the ball away (Dixie, right wing or left wing, it was a terrible pass. You should never surrender possesion that easily). Really encouraging from a player we all thought would do more than he has thus far. Gave us the hope that maybe he still will.

I agree Tonts. It was terrible play by Drenthe and there is no excuse for it. I just thought it was a strange decision to play him on he right when we were crying out for somebody to get down the line and supply crosses.
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Post  TD's Powder of Sympathy on Sun 25 Sep 2011, 7:20 pm

My report for RBM

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Seven of Nine! No Jam for Toffees as Synthetic Cream FC earn win

Everton's trip to The United (!) Stadium in Manchester to take on the financial might of Manchester City ended in disappointment as two second half goals from Super Mario Balotelli and James "I love the Villa" Milner put Everton, deservedly, to the sword.

Everton went into the match with a game plan to disrupt the millionaires whilst trying to set a few problems of their own for the arrivistes. Much of the plan went by the board as soon as the silky David Silva found the solution midway through the first half. His elusiveness proved too much for the determined Jack Rodwell and he drew a foul and a yellow card for the otherwise highly effective youngster, thereby dulling the plan and, to a large extent, negating his ability to stick close to the Spaniard. Further problems were to arrive when Silva produced his most telling moment as he completely conned the gullible arbiter Howard Webb into awarding a further yellow card to Phil Neville for being too close to the 'clever' opponent who pirouetted to the ground with theatrical aplomb. Say what you like about his considerable football skills but Silva showed he knows how to win a match by other means than beating his opponent. Quite disturbing too that Webb, showing clear signs of having failed to see the incident and no inclination to consult his assistant, felt compelled to believe the 40,000 odd spectators (a figure always difficult to ascertain given the home sides propensity to include those remarkable, invisible supporters occupying the blue spaces in the stands) rather than his own eyes. Nevertheless the tempo was now firmly set for City to gain the ascendancy and this they duly did. However it took until half way through the second half for the Millionaires to put the doughty Everton to the sword and they were grateful to a large slice of luck in opening the scoring as sub Balotelli's speculative effort from 25 yards took a wicked deflection off the excellent Phil Jagielka (who has made a habit of being an unfortunate deflector in recent years) for the opener.

Mr. Webb had one further opportunity to regally p**s off the visitors as he then denied Saha an obvious free kick for a body check on the edge of the City box - curious given that he felt compelled to book Osman for a similar but less cynical block on the opponent in a less dangerous position during the first half. One gets the distinct impression with Webb that he is lead by the crowd and the temperature of a match - that is to say you might reasonably have cause to argue that Everton, bereft of much in the way of creating chances, could easily have been pulling a fast one in Saha's fall on the edge of the box - except that in this instance they were not. It was left to Royston Drenthe to add the final note to a depressing scenario as a late loose pass was collected in the Everton half by City and another substitute, Milner, was given the simplest of tasks to put the game away. The sight of City's defence making a hash of a late, simple clearance, allowing Fellaini the opportunity to half the deficit in injury time - denied by a goal line clearance - still lends credence to my opinion that, despite having a potent attack, City still have much work to do at the other end of the pitch before they are to be considered fully capable of taking their Manchester rivals all the way in this season's title race.

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Post  Mr_Ben on Mon 26 Sep 2011, 8:37 am

Tonteau wrote:Also, thought Rodwell was excellent all game. Silva (stupidly good player) didn't get a sniff until drenthe gave the ball away (Dixie, right wing or left wing, it was a terrible pass. You should never surrender possesion that easily). Really encouraging from a player we all thought would do more than he has thus far. Gave us the hope that maybe he still will.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/blog/2011/sep/25/everton-jack-rodwell-david-silva
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Post  notepad on Mon 26 Sep 2011, 9:38 am

I just worked out that Everton's entire 1st XI on Saturday cost about the same as Aguero! affraid
Aguero was 35m and Everton around the 40m mark
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Post  RhinoJagz on Mon 26 Sep 2011, 1:40 pm

Both teams defensively were even but you were only to look at the front 3 to see the difference. I couldnt see how putting Fellaini up top would have come to anything, plus he had a generally poor game. Then the more attacking players Moyes put on the more open we got so couldnt see what he could do with the players at his disposal. However putting Pip in the middle meant the ball came back double time. Good shape and discipline from the boys but depressing in a way with the poverty of attacking options. Vellios control and touch was excellent when he came on. Stick him in against the Shite!

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Post  Bryan on Mon 26 Sep 2011, 3:48 pm



Fucking cunts. Evil or Very Mad

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Re: Man City 2 Everton 0

Post  Tonteau on Mon 26 Sep 2011, 3:53 pm

Bryan wrote:

Fucking cunts. Evil or Very Mad

I saw that, but I'm pretty sure it's more a case of Lescott apologising to Kompany for selling him short with the pass than a 'Nice one for doing cahill' handshake.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Mon 26 Sep 2011, 5:48 pm

Tonteau wrote:
Bryan wrote:

Fucking cunts. Evil or Very Mad

I saw that, but I'm pretty sure it's more a case of Lescott apologising to Kompany for selling him short with the pass than a 'Nice one for doing cahill' handshake.
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