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Post  Albert on Sun 13 May 2012, 7:06 pm

Pardew the great manager who didn't pick tevez and mascherano for west ham.

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Re: Everton 3 Newcastle 1 (Pienaar, Jelavic, Heitinga)

Post  Michael Crosby S74 on Sun 13 May 2012, 7:24 pm

Newcastle were most effective today when they were hoofing it up to Ba and Cisse, when they actually tried to play football they were bog average. Pienaar and Baines had a field day on their wing.

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Post  TD's Powder of Sympathy on Sun 13 May 2012, 9:31 pm

Met some Toon fans pre-match. The Pardew story is that he owes Lambrini big time over gambling debts so he's coughing up half his wages to cover that... so I guess he's in the job whatever the results.

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Post  Dixie Land on Sun 13 May 2012, 9:42 pm

Cabaye apologises about winding Cahill up:

http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/11671/7755099/
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Post  Michael Crosby S74 on Sun 13 May 2012, 10:07 pm

I actually made this, bow before my photoshop MS Word skills!


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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Sun 13 May 2012, 10:09 pm

Dixie Land wrote:Cabaye apologises about winding Cahill up:

http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/11671/7755099/
Still doesn't explain what happened really. What did he say that made Cahill go bonkers?
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Post  Dixie Land on Sun 13 May 2012, 10:11 pm

Michael Crosby S74 wrote:I actually made this, bow before my photoshop MS Word skills!


lol! lol! lol!

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Post  mindyerEnvelopeMister? on Sun 13 May 2012, 11:53 pm

http://www.skysports.com/video/inline/0,,16477_7755104,00.html

the Gary was Birtles, whoever that might be....
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Post  Armchair on Mon 14 May 2012, 7:14 am

Michael Crosby S74 wrote:I actually made this, bow before my photoshop MS Word skills!


lol!
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Post  TD's Powder of Sympathy on Mon 14 May 2012, 8:08 am

mindyerho? wrote:http://www.skysports.com/video/inline/0,,16477_7755104,00.html

the Gary was Birtles, whoever that might be....

Ex Forest & Man U (he was shite at Man U tho')

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Post  Yankthattoffee on Mon 14 May 2012, 10:27 am

mindyerho? wrote:http://www.skysports.com/video/inline/0,,16477_7755104,00.html

the Gary was Birtles, whoever that might be....
Brilliant under Cloughy, but dire as soon as he left Forest during the hay day.

(BTW, Jelly's goal is better than I thought when I saw it live. After the rebound he changes feet quicker than a blink. I think we've got a cracker right there, and he's got a bit of attitude (just enough) & what used to be called spunk.)
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Post  TD's Powder of Sympathy on Mon 14 May 2012, 11:18 am

Good season

Heitinga - deservedly named POTY
Jelavic - Excellent buy - please stay around a few years...
Fellaini - what can you say?
Pienaar - Please stay (!!)
Baines - good as ever
Howard - very few wrinkles this season

OK

Hibbert - solid - even threatened to score at the right end
Gibson - another shrewd Moyes buy
Jagielka - suffered some injuries but mostly good
Neville - mostly good
Osman - mostly good - chipped in with some good goals, missed when injured
Distin - solid as ever (forgive THAT mistake)
Anichebe - great impact sub but still has attitude issues
Vellios - excellent early doors, something went wrong perhaps?
(Donovan) - useful mid-season impact

Maybe

Gueye - developing, superb at Sunderland in Cup game
Duffy - showing promise
Coleman - terrible injury troubles, unwise to judge too harshly
Rodwell - another with injury troubles.
Cahill - gradually recovered the old Cahill form. Jury out tho'
Stracquilarsi - developed well. Came good - obviously a Moyes favourite (selected for every game since coming on loan)
Barkley - jury out - possibly brought into side too early - should kick on

Forget it etc.

McFadden - not very much to say in a positive light - had a good 30 minutes at Old Trafford tho.
Drenthe - fizzled & ultimately turned out to be another Dutch knobhead
Mucha - floppity flop
(Saha) -didn't buy into the Moyes ethic - obviously taught Victor how to cry off tho'.
(Billy) - see Saha - at least we got most of the money back
(Yobo) - see Saha, thanks but goodbye
(Yakubu) - see Saha - obviously not finished if 17 goals in the PL for a relegated team is anything to go by.
(Beckford) - see Saha - good deal for us.

(Arteta) - thanks for the memories (& the winner at Blackburn)


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Post  Da Judge on Mon 14 May 2012, 11:48 am

Ok today I officially have a sore head. Long day yesterday!
Sat in Winslow for most of match had a couple, then met the boys and went on. Fair to say that we all hit a wall sometime!

Great day no photos I think just solid bevying. thanks to ATP and his Dad, TD and his lad then of course who could forget Lumper Super BJ and Notepad

Sacko passed my regards to your lad for him to pass on to you, see if he remembers. Me, Super and BJ lasted the night till about 11 I think then they went looking for the room they were sharing. All in all a quality day out.

To next year!
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Post  Gazbow on Mon 14 May 2012, 1:43 pm

Armchair Evertonian wrote:
Michael Crosby S74 wrote:I actually made this, bow before my photoshop MS Word skills!


lol!

Stolen! cheers
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Post  Armchair on Mon 14 May 2012, 3:31 pm

Toffee Dan wrote:Good season

Heitinga - deservedly named POTY
Jelavic - Excellent buy - please stay around a few years...
Fellaini - what can you say?
Pienaar - Please stay (!!)
Baines - good as ever
Howard - very few wrinkles this season

OK

Hibbert - solid - even threatened to score at the right end
Gibson - another shrewd Moyes buy
Jagielka - suffered some injuries but mostly good
Neville - mostly good
Osman - mostly good - chipped in with some good goals, missed when injured
Distin - solid as ever (forgive THAT mistake)
Anichebe - great impact sub but still has attitude issues
Vellios - excellent early doors, something went wrong perhaps?
(Donovan) - useful mid-season impact

Maybe

Gueye - developing, superb at Sunderland in Cup game
Duffy - showing promise
Coleman - terrible injury troubles, unwise to judge too harshly
Rodwell - another with injury troubles.
Cahill - gradually recovered the old Cahill form. Jury out tho'
Stracquilarsi - developed well. Came good - obviously a Moyes favourite (selected for every game since coming on loan)
Barkley - jury out - possibly brought into side too early - should kick on

Forget it etc.

McFadden - not very much to say in a positive light - had a good 30 minutes at Old Trafford tho.
Drenthe - fizzled & ultimately turned out to be another Dutch knobhead
Mucha - floppity flop
(Saha) -didn't buy into the Moyes ethic - obviously taught Victor how to cry off tho'.
(Billy) - see Saha - at least we got most of the money back
(Yobo) - see Saha, thanks but goodbye
(Yakubu) - see Saha - obviously not finished if 17 goals in the PL for a relegated team is anything to go by.
(Beckford) - see Saha - good deal for us.

(Arteta) - thanks for the memories (& the winner at Blackburn)


I can't disagree with any of that. Apart from the Straq maybe who appears to be fairly shite but runs around a lot making a nuisance of himself.
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Post  Sack the Juggler on Mon 14 May 2012, 6:15 pm

UWIST61 wrote:Ok today I officially have a sore head. Long day yesterday!
Sat in Winslow for most of match had a couple, then met the boys and went on. Fair to say that we all hit a wall sometime!

Great day no photos I think just solid bevying. thanks to ATP and his Dad, TD and his lad then of course who could forget Lumper Super BJ and Notepad

Sacko passed my regards to your lad for him to pass on to you, see if he remembers. Me, Super and BJ lasted the night till about 11 I think then they went looking for the room they were sharing. All in all a quality day out.

To next year!

he remembered Mr N Very Happy - he must have thought you were a teacher or something - like we used to pretend your Paddy was to the cocky when we were playing on Walkers
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Post  Lumper on Mon 14 May 2012, 7:34 pm

I am not a well man. Sorry I only got to see you lot for a short time. Last night was heavy going. I could have gone to the end of season drinks that Everton were having in the City Center but we decided not to annoy what is a good contact to have, with our drunken behavior.

Maybe next time I won't drink so much beer Very Happy
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Post  RhinoJagz on Mon 14 May 2012, 10:57 pm

UWIST61 wrote:Ok today I officially have a sore head. Long day yesterday!
Sat in Winslow for most of match had a couple, then met the boys and went on. Fair to say that we all hit a wall sometime!

Great day no photos I think just solid bevying. thanks to ATP and his Dad, TD and his lad then of course who could forget Lumper Super BJ and Notepad

Sacko passed my regards to your lad for him to pass on to you, see if he remembers. Me, Super and BJ lasted the night till about 11 I think then they went looking for the room they were sharing. All in all a quality day out.

To next year!

Phew! What a great day. Great to meet the Uwist family. I hope your dad wasn't humouring a pissed up Irishman Uwie! I think we had a decent conversation. So many good moments yesterday. Great to meet Dave (anticipate- the-pass) and his Dad again, TD & Ian, Jacko, my roomie Super and briefly Lumper. (sorry Lumps, by the time we were going to ring you when we got into town, Super had out drank himself four times over and needed to be put to bed (with Burger King but not before spilling his large coke all over taxi floor) drunken Won a tipster bonus competition between 8 of us as well, 10 out of 10 results!
All and all, another great day.

PS: the football wasn't bad either Very Happy

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Post  Da Judge on Mon 14 May 2012, 11:49 pm

Bluejags wrote:
UWIST61 wrote:Ok today I officially have a sore head. Long day yesterday!
Sat in Winslow for most of match had a couple, then met the boys and went on. Fair to say that we all hit a wall sometime!

Great day no photos I think just solid bevying. thanks to ATP and his Dad, TD and his lad then of course who could forget Lumper Super BJ and Notepad

Sacko passed my regards to your lad for him to pass on to you, see if he remembers. Me, Super and BJ lasted the night till about 11 I think then they went looking for the room they were sharing. All in all a quality day out.

To next year!

Phew! What a great day. Great to meet the Uwist family. I hope your dad wasn't humouring a pissed up Irishman Uwie! I think we had a decent conversation. So many good moments yesterday. Great to meet Dave (anticipate- the-pass) and his Dad again, TD & Ian, Jacko, my roomie Super and briefly Lumper. (sorry Lumps, by the time we were going to ring you when we got into town, Super had out drank himself four times over and needed to be put to bed (with Burger King but not before spilling his large coke all over taxi floor) drunken Won a tipster bonus competition between 8 of us as well, 10 out of 10 results!
All and all, another great day.

PS: the football wasn't bad either Very Happy

Rog, he did... after you left we stayed on a bit and watched MOTD in the pub and had a few more scoops. I cannot actually remember what time we left.... but my abiding memory was this.....

Flight cock up from Hamburg 218.00
!st Class Heathrow Express 20.00
1st Class train to Liverpool 138.50
Taxis 10.00
Beer bill for the day 75.00

The look on my RS Cousins faces this morning when I popped round for a coffee...... well shall we just say that was... PRICELESS!!!! cheers
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Post  TD's Powder of Sympathy on Tue 15 May 2012, 2:00 am

UWIST61 wrote:
Bluejags wrote:
UWIST61 wrote:Ok today I officially have a sore head. Long day yesterday!
Sat in Winslow for most of match had a couple, then met the boys and went on. Fair to say that we all hit a wall sometime!

Great day no photos I think just solid bevying. thanks to ATP and his Dad, TD and his lad then of course who could forget Lumper Super BJ and Notepad

Sacko passed my regards to your lad for him to pass on to you, see if he remembers. Me, Super and BJ lasted the night till about 11 I think then they went looking for the room they were sharing. All in all a quality day out.

To next year!

Phew! What a great day. Great to meet the Uwist family. I hope your dad wasn't humouring a pissed up Irishman Uwie! I think we had a decent conversation. So many good moments yesterday. Great to meet Dave (anticipate- the-pass) and his Dad again, TD & Ian, Jacko, my roomie Super and briefly Lumper. (sorry Lumps, by the time we were going to ring you when we got into town, Super had out drank himself four times over and needed to be put to bed (with Burger King but not before spilling his large coke all over taxi floor) drunken Won a tipster bonus competition between 8 of us as well, 10 out of 10 results!
All and all, another great day.

PS: the football wasn't bad either Very Happy

Rog, he did... after you left we stayed on a bit and watched MOTD in the pub and had a few more scoops. I cannot actually remember what time we left.... but my abiding memory was this.....

Flight cock up from Hamburg 218.00
!st Class Heathrow Express 20.00
1st Class train to Liverpool 138.50
Taxis 10.00
Beer bill for the day 75.00

The look on my RS Cousins faces this morning when I popped round for a coffee...... well shall we just say that was... PRICELESS!!!! cheers

Charters from Oslo much cheaper then?

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