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Post  KoelJagz on Sun 24 Apr - 9:11

Ok. No doubt the lads will be pumped to show the fans they haven't lost their competitive edge and not at all thinking about this game as the dead rubber it is with minds on Euros/holidays. Rolling Eyes

By the time this game kicks off we will hopefully have seen the end of the Bobby Bullshit era or it's going to be a pretty toxic atmosphere between two teams with little to play for. And for the first time in 4 years I will take my place in the Lower Gwladys to witness it all in brilliant technicolor. Booo banner currently under construction.

0-0 dull-fest with numerous fan pitch incursions to liven up the fair.

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Post  Sack the Juggler on Sun 24 Apr - 16:18

I think Martinez will handle our assets really well, and the squad has a great valuation. He has developed young players very well and he shares the drive the football club has, which is to get into the Champions League and to bring silverware back to Everton.

I just feel that every season we are developing and showing certain signs that they can please us the fans and bring us the silverware we deserve.

This is why Martinez has "developed" us from finishing just outside the top four to finishing just above the relegation zone in just a few short seasons, so I reckon that Bournemouth who are on a bad run will beat us easily and show us what we are really made of, and Bobby will have to scrape us off his lovely brown shoes, the shitty shoed bastard.
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Post  Armchair on Sun 24 Apr - 16:56

Sack the Juggler wrote:I think Martinez will handle our assets really well, and the squad has a great valuation. He has developed young players very well and he shares the drive the football club has, which is to get into the Champions League and to bring silverware back to Everton.

I just feel that every season we are developing and showing certain signs that they can please us the fans and bring us the silverware we deserve.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Sun 24 Apr - 18:42

I am convinced we'll be phenomenal.
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Post  sefton on Wed 27 Apr - 6:31

Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:I am convinced we'll be phenomenal.

Fantastically put Thor. Very Happy
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Post  Gravy & Chips on Wed 27 Apr - 8:05

I'm struggling to get the oomph to actually go to the game....

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Post  Sack the Juggler on Wed 27 Apr - 9:11

Gravy & Chips wrote:I'm struggling to get the oomph to actually go to the game....

0-0
You should go mate, its not every day you get to see a club turn their season round, you could be there to see Howe take his club above Everton... Neutral
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Post  hairy cataract on Wed 27 Apr - 10:45

This is an important moment in our season, it's what the players have been working towards with intensity and togetherness as a group.  If we can make progress at this stage, the most vital stage of the season in so many ways, it will be a fantastic opportunity for the club to show its desire to get to the next level.

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Post  Goodison_Gringo on Wed 27 Apr - 11:17

I expect us to go 2-0 down because, well because we are shite, but with the incredible desire that this group has I think we can pull 1 back and achieve a phenomenally positive 2-1 defeat. It's not so much the result I'm looking for at this stage of the season, but more signs of an incredible growth to bring moments of silverware for the future.
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Wed 27 Apr - 11:22

2-0 ...

actually we'll lose & it will be the crowd's fault...

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Post  Sack the Juggler on Wed 27 Apr - 11:53

we should do a quiz with Rodgers and Martinez quotes and see if you can identify who said them Very Happy
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Wed 27 Apr - 12:26

Sack the Juggler wrote:we should do a quiz with Rodgers and Martinez quotes and see if you can identify who said them Very Happy
That sounds phenomenal.
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Wed 27 Apr - 12:34

Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
Sack the Juggler wrote:we should do a quiz with Rodgers and Martinez quotes and see if you can identify who said them Very Happy
That sounds phenomenal.
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Post  Mr_Ben on Wed 27 Apr - 17:11

Massive game for the battle of 11th place. I think Kone will score and we will win. All will be forgotten.
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Post  hairy cataract on Thu 28 Apr - 4:20

Just looking at what Bobby BS is saying in the press conference, expect a few young players to be given a go on Saturday. Sounds like Jags is out for the rest of the season. No Coleman, Barry or Funes Mori either, so a weakened defence.
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Post  hairy cataract on Thu 28 Apr - 4:27

Jesus, listening to him talking utter bollocks is painful. Excuse after excuse and then he says 'of course there is no excuse'. And he keeps banging on about the second half of the final. 45 minutes of passion isn't enough mate. Shut up. Shut up and leave.
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Post  hairy cataract on Thu 28 Apr - 4:30

Press conference over. He's clearly not being sacked this week. Maybe if we get a hammering on Saturday?

My strong feeling now is nothing will happen til the summer. And that, unless there is an obvious available replacement, Bobshit will still be our manager next season.

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Post  Statman on Thu 28 Apr - 6:11

sefton wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:I am convinced we'll be phenomenal.

Fantastically put Thor. Very Happy

He was in an incredible moment.
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Post  Super on Thu 28 Apr - 8:55

Team news...

Kieran Dowell could make his Premier League debut against AFC Bournemouth after manager Roberto Martinez said the young attacker is ‘ready for an opportunity with the first-team’.

However, the Toffees will definitely be without Phil Jagielka, Seamus Coleman (both hamstring), Gareth Barry (groin) and Ramiro Funes Mori (suspension).
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Thu 28 Apr - 10:37

Super wrote:Team news...

Kieran Dowell could make his Premier League debut against AFC Bournemouth after manager Roberto Martinez said the young attacker is ‘ready for an opportunity with the first-team’.

However, the Toffees will definitely be without Phil Jagielka, Seamus Coleman (both hamstring), Gareth Barry (groin) and Ramiro Funes Mori (suspension).
So Dowell is ahead in the pecking order of 12 Million pound "splinters" Niasse

...bizarre
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Post  Goodison_Gringo on Thu 28 Apr - 12:07

Made 4 Sackys wrote:
Super wrote:Team news...

Kieran Dowell could make his Premier League debut against AFC Bournemouth after manager Roberto Martinez said the young attacker is ‘ready for an opportunity with the first-team’.

However, the Toffees will definitely be without Phil Jagielka, Seamus Coleman (both hamstring), Gareth Barry (groin) and Ramiro Funes Mori (suspension).
So Dowell is ahead in the pecking order of 12 Million pound "splinters" Niasse

...bizarre

Dowell has been banging in wonder goal after wonder goal for the u21's. I was hoping he'd be left alone till the summer once Bobby has gone. Surely even the clown can't ruin him in 3 games?
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Post  KoelJagz on Thu 28 Apr - 15:37

Il be in Wetherspoon pub/Crown outside Limestreet in town around 12pm and maybe Spellow nearer the ground ard 2pm if anyone going to game and wants to discuss booooooooo tactics. PM if you want to swap numbers.

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Post  Super on Fri 29 Apr - 12:32

Howard starting in goal tomorrow apparently.......
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Post  Super on Fri 29 Apr - 12:34


Tim Howard is set to start the final two home games of Everton’s season as the Club celebrates his outstanding contribution over the past 10 years.

The 37-year-old USA international goalkeeper has made 412 appearances to date for the Blues, keeping 132 clean sheets - a figure only bettered in the Club’s history by legendary custodians Neville Southall and Gordon West. He even registered on the scoresheet with a memorable goal from inside his own penalty area against Bolton Wanderers in January 2012.

Howard, who confirmed last month that he will leave Goodison at the end of the season to join MLS outfit Colorado Rapids, will play in the Premier League games against Bournemouth and Norwich City, with Joel Robles playing in the away games at Leicester City and Sunderland.

In the Bournemouth matchday programme, Roberto Martinez said: “In our last two home games of the season we will be able to honour and acknowledge the outstanding contribution and unforgettable role that Tim Howard has made to our football club in the last 10 seasons.

“Tim will be joining Colorado Rapids at the end of the season but his legacy will live on for many years in the work that he’s done not just on the pitch but in helping young players to understand just what it means and what it takes to be an Everton player. We wish him well and he’ll be a true blue ambassador wherever he is.”

Following first-team debuts for Callum Connolly and Tom Davies in Everton’s last home outing, boss Martinez has also confirmed Kieran Dowell will be in the squad for the visit of the Cherries.

The Ormskirk-born midfielder has been a consistent performer for David Unsworth’s Under-21s side this campaign, scoring nine goals and chipping in with one assist, and Martinez explained yesterday that the 18-year-old is ready for an opportunity with the first team.

Defender Matthew Pennington will also be included in the squad and, after appearing in the Capital One Cup and FA Cup already this term, will make his Premier League bow should he feature. The 21-year-old from Warrington has been on an intensive development path towards the first team, including three separate loan spells at Walsall, Tranmere and Coventry where he was named Young Player of the Season 2014-15.

In addition, Davies is also in contention for the matchday 18 after impressing during his seven-minute cameo against Southampton.

Brendan Galloway, meanwhile, has recovered from a long-term patella tendon injury and it is anticipated that he could also feature before the end of the season.

The England youth international made his senior Everton debut in the 2-1 away victory over West Ham United last season and has made 19 appearances in all competitions so far in 2015/16.
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Post  Barry Horne's Equaliser on Fri 29 Apr - 16:41

Super wrote:
Tim Howard is set to start the final two home games of Everton’s season as the Club celebrates his outstanding contribution over the past 10 years.

The 37-year-old USA international goalkeeper has made 412 appearances to date for the Blues, keeping 132 clean sheets - a figure only bettered in the Club’s history by legendary custodians Neville Southall and Gordon West. He even registered on the scoresheet with a memorable goal from inside his own penalty area against Bolton Wanderers in January 2012.

Howard, who confirmed last month that he will leave Goodison at the end of the season to join MLS outfit Colorado Rapids, will play in the Premier League games against Bournemouth and Norwich City, with Joel Robles playing in the away games at Leicester City and Sunderland.

In the Bournemouth matchday programme, Roberto Martinez said: “In our last two home games of the season we will be able to honour and acknowledge the outstanding contribution and unforgettable role that Tim Howard has made to our football club in the last 10 seasons.

“Tim will be joining Colorado Rapids at the end of the season but his legacy will live on for many years in the work that he’s done not just on the pitch but in helping young players to understand just what it means and what it takes to be an Everton player. We wish him well and he’ll be a true blue ambassador wherever he is.”

Following first-team debuts for Callum Connolly and Tom Davies in Everton’s last home outing, boss Martinez has also confirmed Kieran Dowell will be in the squad for the visit of the Cherries.

The Ormskirk-born midfielder has been a consistent performer for David Unsworth’s Under-21s side this campaign, scoring nine goals and chipping in with one assist, and Martinez explained yesterday that the 18-year-old is ready for an opportunity with the first team.

Defender Matthew Pennington will also be included in the squad and, after appearing in the Capital One Cup and FA Cup already this term, will make his Premier League bow should he feature. The 21-year-old from Warrington has been on an intensive development path towards the first team, including three separate loan spells at Walsall, Tranmere and Coventry where he was named Young Player of the Season 2014-15.

In addition, Davies is also in contention for the matchday 18 after impressing during his seven-minute cameo against Southampton.

Brendan Galloway, meanwhile, has recovered from a long-term patella tendon injury and it is anticipated that he could also feature before the end of the season.

The England youth international made his senior Everton debut in the 2-1 away victory over West Ham United last season and has made 19 appearances in all competitions so far in 2015/16.

I would say "that's nice", but it's made a lot easier to be able to make that kind of gesture to a long serving player when you're season has petered out into nothing with a month to go.

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