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Post  mindyerEnvelopeMister? on Thu 05 Jan 2012, 12:12 am

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Demba Ba has been awesome for Newcastle this evening. Wish we had been able to get him.

I dropped Rooney in favour of him from my fantasy side. nice profit too.....


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Post  Yankthattoffee on Thu 05 Jan 2012, 12:28 am

I wonder how the injury situation is?
3 key players.
Then we just lost our way completely.
The wind made it a bit of a joke, but our play was so poor.
They have 3 big goomers at the back and once again we play hoof ball in a gale.
and how did the 5 players running in on Baines' free kick manage to all overrun the rebound?
Where does DM go from here?
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Post  mindyerEnvelopeMister? on Thu 05 Jan 2012, 2:59 am

Yankthattoffee wrote:I wonder how the injury situation is?
3 key players.
Then we just lost our way completely.
The wind made it a bit of a joke, but our play was so poor.
They have 3 big goomers at the back and once again we play hoof ball in a gale.
and how did the 5 players running in on Baines' free kick manage to all overrun the rebound?
Where does DM go from here?

I was in meetings all day (Gerry driving me nuts) so didnt see any of the game. I heard Jags left Goody on crutches but who else got knacked?
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Post  The President on Thu 05 Jan 2012, 6:15 am

Only saw the Lowlights on MoTD

Were we really that Bad affraid

Could be a long 2nd half of the season affraid
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Post  Armchair on Thu 05 Jan 2012, 8:10 am

mindyerho? wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:I wonder how the injury situation is?
3 key players.
Then we just lost our way completely.
The wind made it a bit of a joke, but our play was so poor.
They have 3 big goomers at the back and once again we play hoof ball in a gale.
and how did the 5 players running in on Baines' free kick manage to all overrun the rebound?
Where does DM go from here?

I was in meetings all day (Gerry driving me nuts) so didnt see any of the game. I heard Jags left Goody on crutches but who else got knacked?

Ossie and Rodders limped off. They looked more like knocks than long-term injuries though.

At least our next PL game should be straightforward...away to Spurs pale
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Post  Bryan on Thu 05 Jan 2012, 9:05 am

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mindyerho? wrote:
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Demba Ba has been awesome for Newcastle this evening. Wish we had been able to get him.

I dropped Rooney in favour of him from my fantasy side. nice profit too.....

moyes said it wasn't the money, he just didn't fancy him

It wasn't he didn't fancy him, it was paying his numerous hangers on and signing on fee which annoyed him, allegedly.

Still 15 goals this season, and a zero transfer 'fee' we could have had the Yak & Ba playing.

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Re: Everton 1 v 2 Bolton (Howard)

Post  Yankthattoffee on Thu 05 Jan 2012, 9:58 am

Armchair Evertonian wrote:
mindyerho? wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:I wonder how the injury situation is?
3 key players.
Then we just lost our way completely.
The wind made it a bit of a joke, but our play was so poor.
They have 3 big goomers at the back and once again we play hoof ball in a gale.
and how did the 5 players running in on Baines' free kick manage to all overrun the rebound?
Where does DM go from here?

I was in meetings all day (Gerry driving me nuts) so didnt see any of the game. I heard Jags left Goody on crutches but who else got knacked?

Ossie and Rodders limped off. They looked more like knocks than long-term injuries though.

At least our next PL game should be straightforward...away to Spurs pale
Rodders looked like hamstring. Punching the turf wasn't a good sign.
The heavy conditions was tough of a liitle 'un like ossie against the brute force of Bolton.
God, we looked awful in the second half.
J5 just isn't the player I thought he was. He came with the fire and brimstone reputation, but he's just a wimp, sadly.
A few players have gotten old in a dramatic way. Cahill, Saha, Neville each look like there's nothing left in their tanks, both physically and mentally.
DM needs a big rethink
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Post  hairy cataract on Thu 05 Jan 2012, 10:07 am

Yankthattoffee wrote:
Armchair Evertonian wrote:
mindyerho? wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:I wonder how the injury situation is?
3 key players.
Then we just lost our way completely.
The wind made it a bit of a joke, but our play was so poor.
They have 3 big goomers at the back and once again we play hoof ball in a gale.
and how did the 5 players running in on Baines' free kick manage to all overrun the rebound?
Where does DM go from here?

I was in meetings all day (Gerry driving me nuts) so didnt see any of the game. I heard Jags left Goody on crutches but who else got knacked?

Ossie and Rodders limped off. They looked more like knocks than long-term injuries though.

At least our next PL game should be straightforward...away to Spurs pale
Rodders looked like hamstring. Punching the turf wasn't a good sign.
The heavy conditions was tough of a liitle 'un like ossie against the brute force of Bolton.
God, we looked awful in the second half.
J5 just isn't the player I thought he was. He came with the fire and brimstone reputation, but he's just a wimp, sadly.
A few players have gotten old in a dramatic way. Cahill, Saha, Neville each look like there's nothing left in their tanks, both physically and mentally.
DM needs a big rethink

Yes, that's all kind of what I was thinking watching the second half. In some ways it was the most depressing match of the season - it didn't make me angry like other games have, it was just the sinking realisation that so many of our players are past their best and nobody is at their peak, except Baines. I have to say, if I was Baines I'd think very carefully about what I was doing at Everton. He's a top player and we are stuck in a terrible rut here that will take several seasons to get out of, and that's his best years gone.

Rodwell's injury problems worry me, a young lad like that shouldn't be lasting twenty minutes. But, for me, the biggest loss would be Ossie if he's injured. When he went, we lost all our spark. I know he gets slagged off loads, especially on Toffeewank, but he's got a great eye for a pass, and very quick feet. Without him we had nothing. Gueye isn't really good enough, Straq is a big fucking lump who might just forge a partnership with Landon but I doubt it, Saha is finished, Neville is finished, Cahill is finished, J5 is really poor, Jags looks like he's out for a while, etc etc

I don't think we'll go down, but Bolton looked a better side than us and that's a bit worrying. Hopefully there are weaker sides in the division who will go down before us, and Moyes is expert at keeping the whole better than the sum of its parts, but fuck me dark days at Goodison,
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Re: Everton 1 v 2 Bolton (Howard)

Post  Bryan on Thu 05 Jan 2012, 11:24 am

hairy cataract wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:
Armchair Evertonian wrote:
mindyerho? wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:I wonder how the injury situation is?
3 key players.
Then we just lost our way completely.
The wind made it a bit of a joke, but our play was so poor.
They have 3 big goomers at the back and once again we play hoof ball in a gale.
and how did the 5 players running in on Baines' free kick manage to all overrun the rebound?
Where does DM go from here?

I was in meetings all day (Gerry driving me nuts) so didnt see any of the game. I heard Jags left Goody on crutches but who else got knacked?

Ossie and Rodders limped off. They looked more like knocks than long-term injuries though.

At least our next PL game should be straightforward...away to Spurs pale
Rodders looked like hamstring. Punching the turf wasn't a good sign.
The heavy conditions was tough of a liitle 'un like ossie against the brute force of Bolton.
God, we looked awful in the second half.
J5 just isn't the player I thought he was. He came with the fire and brimstone reputation, but he's just a wimp, sadly.
A few players have gotten old in a dramatic way. Cahill, Saha, Neville each look like there's nothing left in their tanks, both physically and mentally.
DM needs a big rethink

Yes, that's all kind of what I was thinking watching the second half. In some ways it was the most depressing match of the season - it didn't make me angry like other games have, it was just the sinking realisation that so many of our players are past their best and nobody is at their peak, except Baines. I have to say, if I was Baines I'd think very carefully about what I was doing at Everton. He's a top player and we are stuck in a terrible rut here that will take several seasons to get out of, and that's his best years gone.

Rodwell's injury problems worry me, a young lad like that shouldn't be lasting twenty minutes. But, for me, the biggest loss would be Ossie if he's injured. When he went, we lost all our spark. I know he gets slagged off loads, especially on Toffeewank, but he's got a great eye for a pass, and very quick feet. Without him we had nothing. Gueye isn't really good enough, Straq is a big fucking lump who might just forge a partnership with Landon but I doubt it, Saha is finished, Neville is finished, Cahill is finished, J5 is really poor, Jags looks like he's out for a while, etc etc

I don't think we'll go down, but Bolton looked a better side than us and that's a bit worrying. Hopefully there are weaker sides in the division who will go down before us, and Moyes is expert at keeping the whole better than the sum of its parts, but fuck me dark days at Goodison,

Osman has been our best player this season.

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Re: Everton 1 v 2 Bolton (Howard)

Post  Albert on Thu 05 Jan 2012, 12:31 pm

Bryan wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:
Armchair Evertonian wrote:
mindyerho? wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:I wonder how the injury situation is?
3 key players.
Then we just lost our way completely.
The wind made it a bit of a joke, but our play was so poor.
They have 3 big goomers at the back and once again we play hoof ball in a gale.
and how did the 5 players running in on Baines' free kick manage to all overrun the rebound?
Where does DM go from here?

I was in meetings all day (Gerry driving me nuts) so didnt see any of the game. I heard Jags left Goody on crutches but who else got knacked?

Ossie and Rodders limped off. They looked more like knocks than long-term injuries though.

At least our next PL game should be straightforward...away to Spurs pale
Rodders looked like hamstring. Punching the turf wasn't a good sign.
The heavy conditions was tough of a liitle 'un like ossie against the brute force of Bolton.
God, we looked awful in the second half.
J5 just isn't the player I thought he was. He came with the fire and brimstone reputation, but he's just a wimp, sadly.
A few players have gotten old in a dramatic way. Cahill, Saha, Neville each look like there's nothing left in their tanks, both physically and mentally.
DM needs a big rethink

Yes, that's all kind of what I was thinking watching the second half. In some ways it was the most depressing match of the season - it didn't make me angry like other games have, it was just the sinking realisation that so many of our players are past their best and nobody is at their peak, except Baines. I have to say, if I was Baines I'd think very carefully about what I was doing at Everton. He's a top player and we are stuck in a terrible rut here that will take several seasons to get out of, and that's his best years gone.

Rodwell's injury problems worry me, a young lad like that shouldn't be lasting twenty minutes. But, for me, the biggest loss would be Ossie if he's injured. When he went, we lost all our spark. I know he gets slagged off loads, especially on Toffeewank, but he's got a great eye for a pass, and very quick feet. Without him we had nothing. Gueye isn't really good enough, Straq is a big fucking lump who might just forge a partnership with Landon but I doubt it, Saha is finished, Neville is finished, Cahill is finished, J5 is really poor, Jags looks like he's out for a while, etc etc

I don't think we'll go down, but Bolton looked a better side than us and that's a bit worrying. Hopefully there are weaker sides in the division who will go down before us, and Moyes is expert at keeping the whole better than the sum of its parts, but fuck me dark days at Goodison,

Osman has been our best player this season.

3 years ago he wasnt good enough for our first team and now he's one of our key players. shows how much we've crumbled in recent times.

Rodwell getting injured could be a good thing as any potential buyers might just judge him on his england performance rather than a series of ineffectual everton ones (he wasnt doing anything when he came on).

We need to sell before we can buy, and the most saleable players we can afford to lose are probably Bily and Rodwell. Fellaini and Baines are too inflential to lose.
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Re: Everton 1 v 2 Bolton (Howard)

Post  SouthernSmugToffee on Thu 05 Jan 2012, 2:46 pm

All Teams have off days and we had one last night IMO!

Conditions were almost unplayable at times, playing into the wind in the first half just seemed to sap our strength.

Its easy to have a knee jerk reaction after such a lack lustre performance and call for wholesale changes, but Moyes will turn it round. We will probably go to White Hart Lane next week and win.

Trust in the Moysiah!
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Post  RhinoJagz on Thu 05 Jan 2012, 2:52 pm

SouthernSmugToffee wrote:All Teams have off days and we had one last night IMO!

Conditions were almost unplayable at times, playing into the wind in the first half just seemed to sap our strength.

Its easy to have a knee jerk reaction after such a lack lustre performance and call for wholesale changes, but Moyes will turn it round. We will probably go to White Hart Lane next week and win.

Trust in the Moysiah!

dem be sum mighty fine straws you clutchn' at boy!




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Post  SouthernSmugToffee on Thu 05 Jan 2012, 2:55 pm

Bluejags wrote:
SouthernSmugToffee wrote:All Teams have off days and we had one last night IMO!

Conditions were almost unplayable at times, playing into the wind in the first half just seemed to sap our strength.

Its easy to have a knee jerk reaction after such a lack lustre performance and call for wholesale changes, but Moyes will turn it round. We will probably go to White Hart Lane next week and win.

Trust in the Moysiah!

dem be sum mighty fine straws you clutchn' at boy!

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I know.
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Post  Bryan on Thu 05 Jan 2012, 3:04 pm

Albert wrote:
Bryan wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:
Armchair Evertonian wrote:
mindyerho? wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:I wonder how the injury situation is?
3 key players.
Then we just lost our way completely.
The wind made it a bit of a joke, but our play was so poor.
They have 3 big goomers at the back and once again we play hoof ball in a gale.
and how did the 5 players running in on Baines' free kick manage to all overrun the rebound?
Where does DM go from here?

I was in meetings all day (Gerry driving me nuts) so didnt see any of the game. I heard Jags left Goody on crutches but who else got knacked?

Ossie and Rodders limped off. They looked more like knocks than long-term injuries though.

At least our next PL game should be straightforward...away to Spurs pale
Rodders looked like hamstring. Punching the turf wasn't a good sign.
The heavy conditions was tough of a liitle 'un like ossie against the brute force of Bolton.
God, we looked awful in the second half.
J5 just isn't the player I thought he was. He came with the fire and brimstone reputation, but he's just a wimp, sadly.
A few players have gotten old in a dramatic way. Cahill, Saha, Neville each look like there's nothing left in their tanks, both physically and mentally.
DM needs a big rethink

Yes, that's all kind of what I was thinking watching the second half. In some ways it was the most depressing match of the season - it didn't make me angry like other games have, it was just the sinking realisation that so many of our players are past their best and nobody is at their peak, except Baines. I have to say, if I was Baines I'd think very carefully about what I was doing at Everton. He's a top player and we are stuck in a terrible rut here that will take several seasons to get out of, and that's his best years gone.

Rodwell's injury problems worry me, a young lad like that shouldn't be lasting twenty minutes. But, for me, the biggest loss would be Ossie if he's injured. When he went, we lost all our spark. I know he gets slagged off loads, especially on Toffeewank, but he's got a great eye for a pass, and very quick feet. Without him we had nothing. Gueye isn't really good enough, Straq is a big fucking lump who might just forge a partnership with Landon but I doubt it, Saha is finished, Neville is finished, Cahill is finished, J5 is really poor, Jags looks like he's out for a while, etc etc

I don't think we'll go down, but Bolton looked a better side than us and that's a bit worrying. Hopefully there are weaker sides in the division who will go down before us, and Moyes is expert at keeping the whole better than the sum of its parts, but fuck me dark days at Goodison,

Osman has been our best player this season.

3 years ago he wasnt good enough for our first team and now he's one of our key players. shows how much we've crumbled in recent times.

Rodwell getting injured could be a good thing as any potential buyers might just judge him on his england performance rather than a series of ineffectual everton ones (he wasnt doing anything when he came on).

We need to sell before we can buy, and the most saleable players we can afford to lose are probably Bily and Rodwell. Fellaini and Baines are too inflential to lose.

we need to raise 14m( ish ) every financial year from what i have been told.

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Post  SouthernSmugToffee on Thu 05 Jan 2012, 3:16 pm

At least we didn't lose 3-0!
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Post  Tonteau on Thu 05 Jan 2012, 3:24 pm

Bryan wrote:
Albert wrote:
Bryan wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:
Armchair Evertonian wrote:
mindyerho? wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:I wonder how the injury situation is?
3 key players.
Then we just lost our way completely.
The wind made it a bit of a joke, but our play was so poor.
They have 3 big goomers at the back and once again we play hoof ball in a gale.
and how did the 5 players running in on Baines' free kick manage to all overrun the rebound?
Where does DM go from here?

I was in meetings all day (Gerry driving me nuts) so didnt see any of the game. I heard Jags left Goody on crutches but who else got knacked?

Ossie and Rodders limped off. They looked more like knocks than long-term injuries though.

At least our next PL game should be straightforward...away to Spurs pale
Rodders looked like hamstring. Punching the turf wasn't a good sign.
The heavy conditions was tough of a liitle 'un like ossie against the brute force of Bolton.
God, we looked awful in the second half.
J5 just isn't the player I thought he was. He came with the fire and brimstone reputation, but he's just a wimp, sadly.
A few players have gotten old in a dramatic way. Cahill, Saha, Neville each look like there's nothing left in their tanks, both physically and mentally.
DM needs a big rethink

Yes, that's all kind of what I was thinking watching the second half. In some ways it was the most depressing match of the season - it didn't make me angry like other games have, it was just the sinking realisation that so many of our players are past their best and nobody is at their peak, except Baines. I have to say, if I was Baines I'd think very carefully about what I was doing at Everton. He's a top player and we are stuck in a terrible rut here that will take several seasons to get out of, and that's his best years gone.

Rodwell's injury problems worry me, a young lad like that shouldn't be lasting twenty minutes. But, for me, the biggest loss would be Ossie if he's injured. When he went, we lost all our spark. I know he gets slagged off loads, especially on Toffeewank, but he's got a great eye for a pass, and very quick feet. Without him we had nothing. Gueye isn't really good enough, Straq is a big fucking lump who might just forge a partnership with Landon but I doubt it, Saha is finished, Neville is finished, Cahill is finished, J5 is really poor, Jags looks like he's out for a while, etc etc

I don't think we'll go down, but Bolton looked a better side than us and that's a bit worrying. Hopefully there are weaker sides in the division who will go down before us, and Moyes is expert at keeping the whole better than the sum of its parts, but fuck me dark days at Goodison,

Osman has been our best player this season.

3 years ago he wasnt good enough for our first team and now he's one of our key players. shows how much we've crumbled in recent times.

Rodwell getting injured could be a good thing as any potential buyers might just judge him on his england performance rather than a series of ineffectual everton ones (he wasnt doing anything when he came on).

We need to sell before we can buy, and the most saleable players we can afford to lose are probably Bily and Rodwell. Fellaini and Baines are too inflential to lose.

we need to raise 14m( ish ) every financial year from what i have been told.

Blimey. And that's before we think about buying players. No No
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Post  RhinoJagz on Thu 05 Jan 2012, 7:42 pm

Still depressed... Crying or Very sad

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Post  RhinoJagz on Fri 06 Jan 2012, 10:22 am

Bluejags wrote:Still depressed... Crying or Very sad

Still depressed... Sad

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Post  Bryan on Fri 06 Jan 2012, 10:35 am

Bluejags wrote:
Bluejags wrote:Still depressed... Crying or Very sad

Still depressed... Sad

get used to it, 'daddy'.


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Post  Super on Fri 06 Jan 2012, 4:31 pm

Only just round to watching the lowlights. How did no-one manage to get on the rebound from Baines freekick at the end of the game? There must have been about 5 Everton players on the edge of the 6 yard box when the ball came back off the crossbar.
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Post  Statman on Fri 06 Jan 2012, 4:55 pm

Super wrote:Only just round to watching the lowlights. How did no-one manage to get on the rebound from Baines freekick at the end of the game? There must have been about 5 Everton players on the edge of the 6 yard box when the ball came back off the crossbar.

Just one of those things. When things are going your way rebounds hit you in the face and go in the goal.

That said, we got what we deserved from that game.
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Fri 06 Jan 2012, 5:04 pm

Bluejags wrote:
Bluejags wrote:Still depressed... Crying or Very sad

Still depressed... Sad
you'll be suicidal after tomorrow's result Neutral
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