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Post  hairy cataract on Sun 15 May - 16:08

Assist for Kenny there, bombing down the right.

Norwich are playing like us under Martinez.
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Post  The President on Sun 15 May - 16:12

And we are losing the possession 47% to 53%

This will really kick start our season now
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Sun 15 May - 16:12

Statman wrote:Whilst the score might be favourable the possession stats are damning.
only 47 %. Boooooo 😕
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Post  hairy cataract on Sun 15 May - 16:26

Great work from Dowell. The future looks very bright today.
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Post  hairy cataract on Sun 15 May - 16:28

Barkley on for Dowell.

Be good if he could get back some of his old form here today.

Kenny looking really good at right back.
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Post  mindyerRhinoBwana? on Sun 15 May - 16:33

hairy cataract wrote:Barkley on for Dowell.  

Be good if he could get back some of his old form here today.

Kenny looking really good at right back.

does that count? Very Happy
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Post  hairy cataract on Sun 15 May - 16:47

Weird that we actually had a very good right back available all this time....
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Post  mindyerRhinoBwana? on Sun 15 May - 16:48

hairy cataract wrote:Weird that we actually had a very good right back available all this time....
 wasn't he loaned out for the season? he was behind Browning and Pennington and ahead of o'connor
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Post  Blue gazza on Sun 15 May - 16:54

i enjoyed that, Very Happy Very Happy

now just get jose in, and all will be well cheers
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Post  mindyerRhinoBwana? on Sun 15 May - 16:55

Happy with that. If Kev and Luka and Mac play like that they can stay
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Post  hairy cataract on Sun 15 May - 16:56

mindyerho? wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:Weird that we actually had a very good right back available all this time....
 wasn't he loaned out for the season?  he was behind Browning and Pennington and ahead of o'connor

SHould have recalled him then. We recalled other players.

Martinez out!
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Post  Statman on Sun 15 May - 17:01

Blue gazza wrote:i enjoyed that, Very Happy Very Happy

now just get jose in, and all will be well cheers

But would Jose give the kids a chance?
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Post  Sack the Juggler on Sun 15 May - 17:07

its almost as if someone showed the team how to defend.... if only we had done that sooner
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Post  The President on Sun 15 May - 17:18

I'm pleased this season has now finished

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Re: Everton v Norwich

Post  RhinoJagz on Sun 15 May - 22:39

Didn't see anything bar score updates but good to end a little bit more upbeat. Unsy should been sitting beside Bobby all season although he probably wouldn't have listened to him either

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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Mon 16 May - 7:47

Bluejagz wrote:Didn't see anything bar score updates but good to end a little bit more upbeat. Unsy should been sitting beside Bobby all season although he probably wouldn't have listened to him either
was thinking that too...if Bob hadn't been so arrogant & used a defensive option like Rhino to help out... he'd probably still be here & we'd be in top 6 with a happy fan base.

what twat Bob is
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Post  sefton on Mon 16 May - 8:40

Sack the Juggler wrote:its almost as if someone showed the team how to defend.... if only we had done that sooner

Rhino was a defender ,seems to me like player power? The refusal to play for the Manager(Martinez) Kevin Mirallas seemed to be the one player over looked on many a game by Roberto Martinez, Yesterday's game showed a refreshed Mirallas who was chasing everything and had the urgency to track back, Unsie looked to have had a few words of wisdom for the defence looked a lot more comfortable than they had been for a few months.

Hopefully with a new man coming in ? a few of the youngsters like Dowell-Davis -Jonjo Kenny who for me had an exceptional game when coming on for the injured Matthew Pennington at right back, won't be long before they get blooded .

With all the youngsters pushing for first team like the four above mentioned and Russell Griffiths-Matty Foulds-Mason Holdgate-Tyias Browning-Connolly- David Henen-ledson-Gallaway-Tarashaj-Liam Walsh-Joe Williams-Connor McAleny-Courtney Duffus add to that John stones -Ross barkley if they stay both stay ,the future is bright,

Get rid of ? Barry-Gibson-Pienaar-Osman-McGeady-Niasse-Kone-Cleverley-Oveido-Howard gone, would free up a few spots on the bench.


This is where Everton's Future lies.
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Post  Da Judge on Mon 16 May - 8:53

sefton wrote:
Sack the Juggler wrote:its almost as if someone showed the team how to defend.... if only we had done that sooner

Rhino was a defender ,seems to me like player power? The refusal to play for the Manager(Martinez) Kevin Mirallas seemed to be the one player over looked on many a game by Roberto Martinez, Yesterday's game showed a refreshed Mirallas who was chasing everything and had the urgency to track back, Unsie looked to have had a few words of wisdom for the defence looked a lot more comfortable than they had been for a few months.

Hopefully with a new man coming in ? a few of the youngsters like Dowell-Davis -Jonjo Kenny who for me had an exceptional game when coming on for the injured Matthew Pennington at right back, won't be long before they get blooded .

With all the youngsters pushing for first team like the four above mentioned and Russell Griffiths-Matty Foulds-Mason Holdgate-Tyias Browning-Connolly- David Henen-ledson-Gallaway-Tarashaj-Liam Walsh-Joe Williams-Connor McAleny-Courtney Duffus add to that John stones -Ross barkley if they stay both stay ,the future is bright,

Get rid of ? Barry-Gibson-Pienaar-Osman-McGeady-Niasse-Kone-Cleverley-Oveido-Howard gone, would free up a few spots on the bench.


This is where Everton's Future lies.

Unsworth was cute yesterday. By selecting the team he was able to show how the club has been diligent in developing behind the scenes and whilst that could come across as "this is what I have done" he himself would testify to the support RM had given and encouraged. And Barry particularly excelled on the day. The were a couple of times when Davies got under his feet - he quietly smiled and encouraged him. He is an immensely key figure next year
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Post  Barry Horne's Equaliser on Mon 16 May - 9:44

Da Judge wrote:
sefton wrote:
Sack the Juggler wrote:its almost as if someone showed the team how to defend.... if only we had done that sooner

Rhino was a defender ,seems to me like player power? The refusal to play for the Manager(Martinez) Kevin Mirallas seemed to be the one player over looked on many a game by Roberto Martinez, Yesterday's game showed a refreshed Mirallas who was chasing everything and had the urgency to track back, Unsie looked to have had a few words of wisdom for the defence looked a lot more comfortable than they had been for a few months.

Hopefully with a new man coming in ? a few of the youngsters like Dowell-Davis -Jonjo Kenny who for me had an exceptional game when coming on for the injured Matthew Pennington at right back, won't be long before they get blooded .

With all the youngsters pushing for first team like the four above mentioned and Russell Griffiths-Matty Foulds-Mason Holdgate-Tyias Browning-Connolly- David Henen-ledson-Gallaway-Tarashaj-Liam Walsh-Joe Williams-Connor McAleny-Courtney Duffus add to that John stones -Ross barkley if they stay both stay ,the future is bright,

Get rid of ? Barry-Gibson-Pienaar-Osman-McGeady-Niasse-Kone-Cleverley-Oveido-Howard gone, would free up a few spots on the bench.


This is where Everton's Future lies.

Unsworth was cute yesterday. By selecting the team he was able to show how the club has been diligent in developing behind the scenes and whilst that could come across as "this is what I have done" he himself would testify to the support RM had given and encouraged. And Barry particularly excelled on the day. The were a couple of times when Davies got under his feet - he quietly smiled and encouraged him. He is an immensely key figure next year

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Post  Yankthattoffee on Mon 16 May - 20:35

Da Judge wrote:
sefton wrote:
Sack the Juggler wrote:its almost as if someone showed the team how to defend.... if only we had done that sooner

Rhino was a defender ,seems to me like player power? The refusal to play for the Manager(Martinez) Kevin Mirallas seemed to be the one player over looked on many a game by Roberto Martinez, Yesterday's game showed a refreshed Mirallas who was chasing everything and had the urgency to track back, Unsie looked to have had a few words of wisdom for the defence looked a lot more comfortable than they had been for a few months.

Hopefully with a new man coming in ? a few of the youngsters like Dowell-Davis -Jonjo Kenny who for me had an exceptional game when coming on for the injured Matthew Pennington at right back, won't be long before they get blooded .

With all the youngsters pushing for first team like the four above mentioned and Russell Griffiths-Matty Foulds-Mason Holdgate-Tyias Browning-Connolly- David Henen-ledson-Gallaway-Tarashaj-Liam Walsh-Joe Williams-Connor McAleny-Courtney Duffus add to that John stones -Ross barkley if they stay both stay ,the future is bright,

Get rid of ? Barry-Gibson-Pienaar-Osman-McGeady-Niasse-Kone-Cleverley-Oveido-Howard gone, would free up a few spots on the bench.


This is where Everton's Future lies.

Unsworth was cute yesterday. By selecting the team he was able to show how the club has been diligent in developing behind the scenes and whilst that could come across as "this is what I have done" he himself would testify to the support RM had given and encouraged. And Barry particularly excelled on the day. The were a couple of times when Davies got under his feet - he quietly smiled and encouraged him. He is an immensely key figure next year
It looked like Rhino told the kids to go out and show what you can do, before Big Mosh goes and lobs a load of wad on players not as good as them?
Also won the crowd immediately.
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