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Report Captain carnage December 13, 2018 11:37 PM GMT
`I hear what you say but I really can’t believe you’re serious but clearly you are.'

What do you mean?

On what basis is Silva a better manager than Alladyce over the course of their managerial careers?

On any rational comparison Alladyce is better.

We have more possession and pass the ball more under Silva. That has nothing to do with whether you are better or more effective.
Report miscreant man December 14, 2018 11:04 PM GMT
No Gana tomorrow and 3 at the back.
Report enpassant December 15, 2018 11:46 AM GMT
Calvert-Lewin in for Walcott is the wrong decision imo. Walcott has his limitations absolutely but as Arsenal supporters know, he has caused City plenty of problems (and scored against them)because of the space they leave for him to run into. A more ponderous CF is playing into their hands. I really fancied Everton to score 2 today with Walcott and Richarleson's pace but this has tempered my enthusiasm.
Report Captain carnage December 15, 2018 1:49 PM GMT
Agree enpassat. Walcott has been dire recently but one game anyone with any clue would play him in is
City away.

But no. We come to city trying to play pretty patterns out of defence (which we are incapable of).
No structure, no pattern, no pace, no trickery. Just a gash keeper/centre defenders making bad decision. A couple of fannies in centre mid who dont fancy it against good players. A tiny fella out wide totally out of his depth. Richarlison goes missing as per against the top sides and DCL further decreases his value for when we sell him to a DIV I team.

As for Silva's motivational and tactical skills of late - Give me strength.
Report Captain carnage December 15, 2018 2:16 PM GMT
Mina caps a fine performance with a blatant dive in the penalty area followed up with a head-but on their keeper. But, just like everything else he has done he failed even with that.
Report enpassant December 15, 2018 2:26 PM GMT
Wenger made the same mistake over and over again- only to bring Walcott on when the opposition were ahead and playing DEEP. You couldn't make it up.
Report TheGoldenVision December 15, 2018 8:31 PM GMT

6 teams x twice a year x 25 prem years

= 300 games

Played 288 up to the start of this season.

Probably won 5% of them. CryCryCry

I can't wait until victories against this lot are as likely as not.

Report Captain carnage December 18, 2018 9:56 AM GMT
Well there's an elite manager free who may fancy a stab at a club just below the top level.

We need a radical cultural overhaul at the club and surely an out and out winner like him could bring it.

Why not give it a spin. All the alternatives have not worked.

Ps. No BS about it not working out recently for him. He won 2 trophies in his first year at United and his CV is probably the best on the planet.
Report Value Seeker December 18, 2018 11:01 AM GMT
Each to their own CC but not for me. I’ve said before that Silva might not work out but I’m happy with him and Brands as things stand.

I see progress even if you clearly don’t. It’s all about opinions.

I’m guessing had you been in charge at LFC you’d have had Klopp out in his first season and Sir Alex our long before his dire third season.

Jose just looks a troubled man to me. He’s totally failed to get a time out of players he’s paid fortunes for. I’m not saying he’s finished but it’ll be interesting to see how he gets on in his next job. As for the suggestion he might come to us, that’s just a non starter as his ego wouldn’t let him come to little old Everton.
Report Captain carnage December 18, 2018 11:32 AM GMT
Fair enough but sometimes you have to aim big and go for the best. Not just keep buying lottery tickets and hoping to get lucky.
Report Value Seeker December 20, 2018 7:00 PM GMT
I don’t think you can fault Moshiri for his spending CC. We can’t afford to go big by City, Man U, Chelsea or even Liverpool standards. We have to try and be cleverer for now.

We’re back to a loss again, wages as a percentage are uncomfortably high again according to the latest accounts.

Brands will be key.
Report TheGoldenVision December 22, 2018 9:27 AM GMT
Tomorrows a massive game for us.

This is where we see exactly how we're progressing.

With all due respect to Spurs, they're a deserving top 6 side but not up there with City or Pool. They have more than enough of dodgy games and so at home, with a settled team, decent bench and good tactical manager we should take this.

Actually, we better take this 'cos excuses are starting to run out.

Report Value Seeker December 23, 2018 2:20 PM GMT
A bit of luck wouldn't go amiss and take our chances when they occur
Report TheGoldenVision December 23, 2018 7:43 PM GMT
What's the odds on Mr Silva getting the elbow before next August???
Report Captain carnage December 24, 2018 2:21 PM GMT
At least Bernie Madoff made some legit money before he carried out one of the biggest frauds ever.

This little fella should be sent down and the key thrown away a long time ago.
Report sofaking December 24, 2018 7:53 PM GMT

Dec 22, 2018 -- 9:27AM, TheGoldenVision wrote:

Tomorrows a massive game for us.This is where we see exactly how we're progressing.With all due respect to Spurs, they're a deserving top 6 side but not up there with City or Pool. They have more than enough of dodgy games and so at home, with a settled team, decent bench and good tactical manager we should take this.Actually, we better take this 'cos excuses are starting to run out.COYB

Oh dear. Cry  Spurs are a consistent top 3 side rather than a top 6 side.  It seems you've underestimated them. Excited Silva is the first PL manager to concede six plus goals in a home game (one of the other losses was a 1-7 home defeat for Hull against Spurs).

Report sofaking December 24, 2018 7:55 PM GMT
Silva's a fraud methinks. Everton were a point better off at this stage last season despite being on their third manager of the season at that stage. Not having a dig, it's just an impartial observation. Anyway, good luck for the season. Hope you can nick 6th from Arsenal or Man U. Grin
Report TheGoldenVision December 24, 2018 8:58 PM GMT
Sofa... I never underestimated them, I just thought that they weren't on their game. A manager being tapped by the press, a difficult Champions league, problems with the new stadium against a, supposed, up and coming team.

Wrong, wrong, wrong.

Spurs were good bordering on great but that was an horrendous performance/result for Everton.

I can see a slow drift down the table now for the toffees.

At 1-3 half time what would a good/decent/aware/astute/tactician do???

The aim would be to win the second half. Barest minimum would be no worse than 1-3 full time.


I hoped the defence was sorted but that was pub football again.

We go back to the drawing board so often the carpet must be worn away by now.
Report TheGoldenVision December 24, 2018 9:21 PM GMT
The fact that Mr Silva is concentrating on a second disallowed goal is worrying.

It seems he's trying to put the entire display down to a dodgy decision. That's the chant of a loser.

The fact that the ref, correctly, wrote off another goal doesn't explain conceding 6 fwcking goals.

I think we've missed the boat with selling Pickford to Utd but, fingers crossed, should they come calling again we should sell up in a shot.

Don't get me started on the others.
Report mafeking December 24, 2018 9:40 PM GMT
goldenvision, we spurs had won 10 of our previous 12 games inc playing chelsea, inter, arsenal twice and barcelona. in the best form we've been all season

silva clutching at straws if he's blaming the ref. was pretty much all spurs in the first 20 mins before you scored, should have had a penalty and kane could have scored 2 or 3 times in that period alone
Report PorcupineorPineapple December 25, 2018 12:02 PM GMT
At the start of the month GV said Pickford was world class. 3 weeks later he's wishing he'd been sold.

Fickle much?
Report TheGoldenVision December 25, 2018 12:34 PM GMT
PoP... if you check I implied "supposed" world class after his howler at Anfield. Now this latest one a week later!!!

I think he's a total dodge pot who thinks he's as good as the press say.

Happy Christmas. I'm off for my turkey now.

All the best to everyone ExcitedLaughLaugh
Report miscreant man December 25, 2018 7:13 PM GMT
Merry Christmas Everyone.

I feel Silva has some validity in questioning the goal for 2-0. His game plan was to attack and goals do change games - he attacked and at 2-0 he could of changed his system to be less open and counter. It didn't and our keeper had a shocker. Whilst its quite right Spurs had their chances too, they hadn't taken them;  2-0 would have been a task for them and albeit it may seem silly after the event it was pivotal to Everton and Silva picking up on it I have no issue with. I don't with his tactic either - we should want our manager to press and attack teams. My only reservation is with two slow midfielders we can't play with Keane at centre-back. No Gana, it has to James or Benni.

Mafe is quite right Spurs are in their best form after being - imo - effected by the world cup far more than any other club.
I'm 51 and I've never seen a great Spurs side: good sides, cup winning teams but this one has the basis of a really good side. Because of past events  I'm more inclined to see them slide away rather than build and flourish. Be good for the Spuddies to have a real go at it, though. Toby Alderweireld has to be kept (he was excellent on Sunday) and not sold to strengthen a rival.

We have an experienced striker arriving on loan and a youngster whom Brands rates very highly in the next 10 days or so with the more serious cash to spend in the summer. Dowell's going out on loan - I'm disappointed in the choice of club to be honest and Oumar is off to pastures new.
Report mafeking December 25, 2018 8:22 PM GMT
mm, we battered you twice last season. could easily have been 6-0 both times. this is a great spurs side but it's a tough school at the top of the table at the moment. we could get 85 points and still come 3rd

i've seen us win the fa and league cups but i'd give 10 of those away easily to see us win the league or the CL just once. don't think we're that far away either and remember we're doing it with one arm tied behind our backs. a lot of our supporters have completely turned their backs on going to wembley which is absolutely ridiculous really cos in a week's time we could easily be within 1 result of the lead with a lot of home games in hand
Report miscreant man December 26, 2018 7:30 PM GMT

I honestly believe you have answered my question. 85 isn't a premier total achieved by a great side, we got 86 points in 87, a very good team and that was with a raft on injuries. We achieved 90 points in 85 with 4 or 5 games to run - that was a great side.
As for thrashing us twice last year, of course you did, so did Arsenal, they shipped 10 past us!
Report tobermory December 26, 2018 7:35 PM GMT
42 game seasons in the mid 80s though. Points totals are not a good guide imo. No one really aims for points records and teams ease up when they have it won if there is a cup final to come.
Report miscreant man December 26, 2018 7:41 PM GMT
Yes, Tobe, we hit 90 and didn't win another league with 5 games to run - which was my point!

Spurs may very well hit 85 points this years and be 15 points away from the title winners - I'm not having that's a great side. Its a really good team that has to improve further!
Report mafeking December 26, 2018 7:49 PM GMT
mm, can still be a great spurs side than a great side per se. only the double side has won more league games in calendar year (1960) than this spurs side. of course this side isn't one of the greatest teams in english football history. like i say it's really tough when you're on course for 90 points and that may still be some way behind the winners

remember as well we're doing all this with no proper home ground. wembley is soulless place at the best of times but half empty it can be desperate at times
Report TheGoldenVision December 29, 2018 10:26 PM GMT
With all due respect to Spurs, they're a deserving top 6 side but not up there with City or Pool. They have more than enough of dodgy games and so at home, with a settled team, decent bench and good tactical manager we should take this.

Spurs 1 Wolves 3

And that's what I meant.
Report Value Seeker December 30, 2018 4:38 PM GMT
It's hard work being a Blue isn't it !!

A long journey home yesterday evening, 17 hour trip for no reward.

Mullered by Spurs, muller Burnley then yesterday, could have gone either way but wasn't happy with the side.

Why not just start the side that did so well at Burnley, why bring back Gueye if you're retaining the back five ?

Just thought we've lacked intensity of late, we're not pressing and it all seems to be a bit slow and ponderous.
Squad depth is thin, Theo really isnt at it, Seamus much as we love him is not the player he was, when your options that you actually use include Niasse then you know more is needed.
Report Captain carnage December 30, 2018 6:03 PM GMT
I thought Gueye had one of the best games a centre mid has had in a blue shirt for many, many years.
His energy, closing, anticipaion, tackles, passing, movement and commitment was a joy to watch. He should be the first player on the sheet every game.

Meanwhile Gomez plodded about, reluctantly tracked runners and generally played 8 yard passes to Gueye and Zouma which is exactly what Brighton wanted. His only turn of pace was when he was substituted which seemed to put some winds under his sales. I think there are major question marks over that fellas head and fitness/strength levels.

I know we didnt have good options on the bench but I was very surprised that Walcott appeared for the second half. Utterly dumbfounded he lasted 90 minutes. Every 2nd touch was a hopeless attempt at a tackle, he gave the ball away constantly, didn't give us intelligent movement and his confidence from the start looked on the floor.

In the 2nd half against Brighton we had no shots on taget and 2 shots that hit the post.
Against Lpool when we apparantly played very well we had zero in the second half.

We are a mess and are not progressing. No shape, direction, striker, poor keepers and slow centre halfs. We have an excellent centre mid holding player, and decent looking left back and Richarlison/Gylfi.

Oh and a big and loyal fanbase who have had to put up with this underchieving management, players and club through 25 years of failure.
Report Value Seeker December 30, 2018 8:32 PM GMT
As ever I dont see it as you cc.

I thought Gueye was his usual self yesterday, lots of effort and hard to fault but "one of the best games a centre mid has had in a blue shirt for many, many years" !!! I can't have that.

Gomez is not quick but again I see differently to you, I see a quality player who makes up for lack of pace with a brain and good feet. He's not our player and given the lack of options hes got to play.

I agree re Walcott, I thought it was like playing with ten men, not a clue why he stopped on. Every time he gets the ball I expect nothing and he rarely proves me wrong.

I cant agree we are a mess, we're most definitely a work in progress. They're is a shape, we're looking to play a more pressing game and better football, We're certainly creating more.
I repeat, Silva may not be the answer but way too early to be changing, I see his current points total is identical to Klippetys at the same stage, two less than Poccetino. He needs time for him and Brands to carry on what they've started.

"Poor keepers" !!! Pickford is just 24. Given away three goals through his errors, the most in the prem but no doubt he's a decent shot stopper and again way too early to be writing him off. I remember a very average Neville Southall competing with Jim Arnold for the right to wear our number one shirt and again I'd suggest that at that time you'd have said the same about those two as neither were impressive.

All the players brought in by Brands has to my mind been good signings, Digne, Zouma, Mina, Gomez, Bernard & Richarlison.
We just need to stay calm and let them get on with it. We certainly need a striker but there's no panic.

And we need to take the cup very seriously.
Report rothko December 31, 2018 11:14 AM GMT
I repeat, Silva may not be the answer but way too early to be changing, I see his current points total is identical to Klippetys at the same stage, two less than Poccetino
or another way of looking at it is that is that Silva has the same record 7-6-7 after 20 games as Everton had last year
Report Value Seeker December 31, 2018 4:53 PM GMT
Indeed rothko. Am I missing something ??
Report TheGoldenVision January 1, 2019 12:44 AM GMT
We've improved out of all recognition in 12 months and yet we lie 10th in the league!!!!

Sorry, but that's not an improvement. We may be prettier on the eye but we get beat just as often and just the same.

You can play fancy dan football all the way to the Championship.... but that's not an improvement.

How the fwck do you win at Burnley 5-1 and then, 4 or 5 days later, change the team at get beat by Brighton?????

That's not improvement that's either arrogance or naivety.

I don't think it's arrogance.
Report PorcupineorPineapple January 1, 2019 8:35 AM GMT
From the outside looking in, I'd say you have improved. It's just not being borne out in results yet. You're slightly hindered in the fact that the likes of Baines and Coleman are older/crocks and have gone from being among the best 5 in their position to being mediocre. Then there's the money wasted under previous managers: Bolasie, Schneiderlein, Klaasen, Pickford, Keane, Tosun, Walcott etc.

New guy may not be perfect but he's only had one window and Richarlison, Digne, Bernard and Gomes look a hell of a lot better than the kind of signings you've been making for at least 5 years before.

Give him another couple of windows and you may have the bones of a good team. You can't just keep changing manager every 5 minutes hoping to stumble on The One.
Report Captain carnage January 1, 2019 1:25 PM GMT
Another half of progress, not much unrest in crowd.

0 shots on target lol.

Allydyce would have needed a police escort to get back to the changing room.
Report Super Hans January 1, 2019 1:32 PM GMT
Knew Theo was sh1te when he came.
But he seems to have taken sh1teness to new levels.
Report Captain carnage January 1, 2019 2:42 PM GMT
I was feeling pretty grumpy the other day about our managerial choices in recent years, then I got chatting to a Sunderland fan and realised there are more unfortunate fans out there.

But in all seriousness. Our mid-long term does have promise with a chairman wiling to pump in big funds and the possibility of a new stadium.

But I really don't want this Silva clown infecting his mediocre skills and next to nil motivational qualities on this squad any longer or having any input on any new players.
Report TheGoldenVision January 1, 2019 3:27 PM GMT
"Get out of our club Allardyce"

Well chaps, you got what you wanted. Welcome to the future.

At the end, under Koeman, that team was sh1te but at least they tried. What's this showers excuse?

Sorry to say but Mr Silva seems to have all the motivational skills of an undertaker and once again his tactical know how appears to be woeful. Plan? What fwcking plan!

"...we knew what they came here to do". Too bad you didn't have the same insight about what your own team was intending!
Also, why do we bother with a substitutes bench? I've yet to see any change make a rats @rse of a difference!

If that's a foretaste of what 2019 has in store... CryCryCry
Report rothko January 1, 2019 5:15 PM GMT
was really surprised that Silva seemed to be the only preferred target given his CV
Took Hull down and not sure his record at watford was particularly better than other watford managers - certainly this current manager seems to be doing a good job
Silva did well in Greece but not sure that particularly earned him the everton managers job??
Im sure he will be given more funds for transfers in january given the wealth of one of the shareholders
Report Dav_vin03 January 2, 2019 9:34 AM GMT
Silva will have to have Everton fighting relegation to get the sack, Moshiri is proud and pride comes before a fall.
He will give his 'chosen one' every possible chance to succeed
Silva can look forward to more spending on transfer fees and over inflated wages
Report Captain carnage January 2, 2019 11:42 AM GMT
Anyone any idea why Silva Was the chosen one by Moshiri?

Other than winning the equivalent of DIV I in Greece nothing suggested he could come to goodison and overachieve with the resources there?

Does he fancy him? Got something on him? Got bored and picked random names out of a hat?
Report Value Seeker January 3, 2019 10:46 AM GMT
He needs time. Prior to the 94th minute of the derby we’d seen decent performances West Ham aside, results in a number of instances didn’t reflect that.

Sunday was dire, early kick offs generally are. 4 games in 8 days can’t help.

We’ve seen plenty worse under Moyes only for it to turn, big Sam was not for our club. Silva might not be as I keep saying but he needs much longer to show what he can do wether that be good or bad.

Moshiri showed with Koeman and Allardyce that he’s prepared to act but by the same token I hope he does give this manager or any other future manager all his support, now is not the time to be getting rid.

Rubbish though both Brighton and Leicester were both games could just as easily have ended up 1-0 to us instead of 1-0 defeats. We’d be sitting a comfortable 7th and looking up. It’s a very fine line. A number of our players are not at it these last few weeks but it’s hardly the end of the world you might believe reading the preceding posts. I don’t expect much in January but we do need a forward, just need to keep it all in perspective and get behind the club.

And no messing about on Saturday.

Out of interest does anyone know why there are only five 15.00 kick offs on Saturday on FA Cup 3rd round day ??
Report Captain carnage January 3, 2019 1:31 PM GMT
If he has picked his best 11's of late. What are you expecting he picks for the only competition
we can win?

To be honest this is the only FA Cup game in over 20 years where I couldn't argue he has picked a weakened team no matter who he puts out.
Report Captain carnage January 3, 2019 1:32 PM GMT
Gueye and Digne would be my only certain picks.
Report TheGoldenVision January 5, 2019 3:11 PM GMT
Surely he has to pick his strongest side. Try to win something and give the fans something to be happy about.

Who, in this p0xy team, needs resting FFS???

Getting some cohesion between your best 11 players is more important than chopping and changing.
Report miscreant man January 13, 2019 8:24 PM GMT
For as bad as we were in parts today you can see the football team breaking under the surface. I actually enjoyed the spirit they showed today and enjoyed the match - strange for me as I haven't enjoyed a game (West Ham at home last year aside) for three and a half years!

They know they're struggling but at least in the second half they really showed they wanted to get the first goal and doggedly defended the goal. Hopefully, it will do them all the world of good.

What about the referee Sad - at least he unearthed the atmosphere Laugh
Report DixiEnormus January 14, 2019 2:16 PM GMT
when we face a team of high press like Bournemouth  we need to tweak the midfield so can pass through them. i.e.  play with a no 6 in front of the defense and then two no 8,s 
then when the other team tires  can then play with a no 10
Report ffaith January 15, 2019 12:27 PM GMT
Not many characters in football anymore but Big Dunc is one.  Watching him give Silva a bear hug was one of the highlights of my weekend.
Silva's time at Hull and Watford may have dented his self belief so to inherit someone like Big Dunc is a bonus.

May have my doubts about Silva as a manager but he seems to create a tremendous club spirit wherever he goes.
Report miscreant man January 19, 2019 10:00 PM GMT
The players really like him.. I don't think he feels the same way about them!
Report DixiEnormus January 20, 2019 2:59 PM GMT
tactics need tweaking.  good squad of players + where better than recent results
Report miscreant man January 20, 2019 10:12 PM GMT
I have given up on Keane - hes too slow. Siggy got pelters last season for not being played in his correct position. Can anyone tell me what it is?

Our whole shape is destined by him and there are spaces all over the midfield with a slow centre half - it need addressing, never mind tweaking. Our away performances are pitiful and the manager is allowing it.
Report Racingqueen January 20, 2019 10:16 PM GMT
why does anyone care. Everton are 5hit....always have been, always will be.
Report TheGoldenVision January 20, 2019 11:22 PM GMT
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Report TheGoldenVision January 20, 2019 11:23 PM GMT
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Report TheGoldenVision January 20, 2019 11:23 PM GMT
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Report TheGoldenVision January 23, 2019 10:08 AM GMT
Everton would accept around £40m from PSG for Gueye, in order to fund the signing of a new striker. (Mirror)

Selling your best player.... that's the way forward.
Report Dav_vin03 January 25, 2019 10:35 PM GMT
Focus should be on getting rid of the big wage dross

Top of the exit list should be the over rated rubbish like Keane, Walcott, Mirallas (Fiorientinas coach confirmed they wont be signing him so why continue with the loan where we are paying 25% of his wages?), Tosun, Baines, Schniderlin and McCarthy

All either past it and/or completely over rated, all are on big wages.
Report dervish January 26, 2019 11:40 AM GMT
Dav,if silva don't put our strongest team out today (and I don't think he knows what it is) it wont be just the players looking for a new club !
Report TheGoldenVision January 26, 2019 8:55 PM GMT
Allardyce out LaughLaughLaughLaughLaugh
Report Captain carnage January 27, 2019 12:40 AM GMT
How could anyone want him out.

He is playing way better football than under Alladyce, getting results and points.

We have a clear pattern of play, clear pressing points. We are organised at the back, have good in game management, are fit/strong, up for it, creative and tenacious in midfield and look like scoring up front.

We ARE progressing.
Report Captain carnage January 27, 2019 12:42 AM GMT
We just need 16 new players and send Silva and his mates on a quick BTECH course in sports management.

If that is put in place we may finish top 10 next season.
Report LAMBETH WALK January 27, 2019 12:03 PM GMT
useless crab louse... Come on you Lions... Proper Football Club  CoolWink
Report Super Hans February 2, 2019 4:24 PM GMT
Another 60 mins of nothing off TheoCry
Report Emitdeb February 2, 2019 4:58 PM GMT
Come back Sam, All is Forgiven.... Laugh
Report TheGoldenVision February 2, 2019 6:00 PM GMT
"We have the conditions to do better."

Do we? Really?

The conditions (whatever that means) may be OK but this team, this attacking unit, this defensive setup and match to match tactics are woeful.

There are no obvious signs of any improvement.

Please don't excuse this by telling me we're playing better football.

It's a good job we've secured 33 pts already.
Report Racingqueen February 2, 2019 7:12 PM GMT
Everton make me laugh. You are 2 places below from the max position you can achieve and ye want the manager sacked.

a boat load of players brought in over the summer but they will take time to blend and settle.

Tosun sums it sign him for £27m and within a week, Allardyce is running him down in the media and not playing him.
Hes a decent player who with decent coaching could do well but no Everton pi55 away £27m

tinpot club
Report TheGoldenVision February 3, 2019 10:36 AM GMT
I'm not saying Silva should be sacked. I want him to be a success but as you say "with decent coaching"... that's just it, is he a decent coach? Can he get the best out of players? It doesn't look like it, does it?

It wouldn't happen in a million years but I'd have Allardyce back and make him Head defensive coach because, judging Silvas record at Hull and Watford, he seems to have a problem organising his defences. How many goals have his teams shipped?

How many goals from set pieces alone have we let in?

As Jenas said on MOTD ... Everton are now unrecognisable. Who's responsible for that? Moshiri, the players or Silva?

How much time do professional athletes need to settle in and blend?

They seem to settle and blend at every other club irrespective of the numbers involved.

If you consider Everton tinpot then it doesn't say much for the 82 below them.

Anyway COYB.
Report EightiesDJ February 4, 2019 9:29 AM GMT
How do we all feel about the match on wednesday night?
Report EightiesDJ February 4, 2019 9:33 AM GMT
The best we can finish is 7th and with the remaining home fixtures we have it is highly unlikely we will finish 7th. Would we take the loss against city and hope the 3 points go some way to preventing 'the scum' winning the league. It is going to be unconfortable viewing no matter what. I think a good performance but a loss by the odd goal could be acceptable. The thought of beating city and 'the scum' going on to win the league is not sitting well with me. What do other Evertonians think about this?
Report ac February 4, 2019 10:42 AM GMT
I always want us to win every game, but wont be disappointed if we lost.
Report TheGoldenVision February 4, 2019 10:48 AM GMT
Personally, if we can't win the league, I couldn't give a rats @rse who does win it.

If Liverpool win it, fine. Who gives a fwck. But this incessant green eyed jealousy about their achievements is one of the reasons Everton have struggled over the years. We seemed more concerned about them than us.
Report temple February 5, 2019 8:20 PM GMT
Want us to win...and then beat Liverpool

might think differently if everything was riding on it and it was the last game of the season
Report TheGoldenVision February 6, 2019 5:55 PM GMT
Fear this could be a cricket score tonight.

6 home games left including


Burnley at home, Cardiff away, Fulham away, Palace away... our only possible point scorers.

Can we get to that magical 40 points?????
Report Captain carnage February 6, 2019 8:09 PM GMT
`If Liverpool win it, fine. Who gives a fwck.'

Were you born or brought up anywhere near merseyside?
Do you know the histories and politics of the clubs, especially since 1985?

If not then go and do a bit of research and stop embarassing yourself.

It would be a complete disaster for Everton football club and their local fanbase if the Kopites won the league
Report Captain carnage February 6, 2019 8:35 PM GMT
Thank the lord for that.

Had my bolokks on city/city.
Report TheGoldenVision February 6, 2019 9:47 PM GMT
I'm arguing with a ****... but I've seen most Everton home games and a shed load of away games since 1962. Don't give me that holier than thou bullsh1t.

People like you have kept the blues in the wilderness for fwcking years.

I don't give a fwck what Liverpool do... I care about what Everton do. Fwck you!
Report Captain carnage February 6, 2019 9:53 PM GMT
Bizarre. Havin followed us since 1962 you still have
no concept of the culture or history our club.

`I don't give a fwck what Liverpool do..'
Report TheGoldenVision February 6, 2019 9:53 PM GMT
That's it I'm done.

Report Captain carnage February 6, 2019 9:54 PM GMT
Anyway, good night for the huge majority of blues.

And Silva continues to be a goldmine punting wise.
Report Dav_vin03 February 28, 2019 6:13 AM GMT
Silva fallen out with Baines?

Or has baines fallen out with silva considering he also fell out with Martinez and Koeman?
Report Solano1 March 9, 2019 9:09 AM GMT
What has happened to this thread?
Where have all the Evertonians gone?
Used to get the team news on here.
Report PorcupineorPineapple March 9, 2019 9:40 AM GMT
They're still watching re-runs of last week's magnificent derby victory
Report leazes67 March 9, 2019 5:00 PM GMT
You need a new keeper..LaughLaughLaugh
Report sevey April 7, 2019 4:00 PM BST
Thanks From All The Lads at Golders GreenCool
Report tobermory April 7, 2019 4:03 PM BST
Must be the only club thread that falls off the board when the team is playing well Crazy
Report Value Seeker April 7, 2019 7:22 PM BST
Ha Ha !

Played very well these last few weeks. It was the part of the season between the two derby matches that wasn’t so clever.

Take out the final 20 mins v Newcastle and we’ve been good / very good in the last 6 games and have kept 5 clean sheets in those 6 games and scored 10 goals and could have scored more.

Much more encouraging and just need to see how the remainder of the season pans out.
Report miscreant man April 20, 2019 7:58 PM BST
What's happened to the thread???

Morgan to replace Gomes is my best guess.

Would you lads buy Gomes? Zouma?
Report ac April 21, 2019 11:29 AM BST
I would of gone with Davies, i think the whole forum is dying,Zouma has had a good season, depends how much the pensioners want for him .
Report Tinytim April 21, 2019 4:29 PM BST
Zouma yes. Gomes if he can hold his good form through a season would be a great buy but I would imagine expensive.
Improving Gana’s Contract and keeping hold of him is a must for me.
Report miscreant man April 21, 2019 7:31 PM BST
I was told a few weeks ago both deals are agreed in regard to wages - if they can stay. Gomes is complicated due to Barcelona's position. Zouma doesn't know but he has informed his agent to express his desire to move.
Gana has a gentleman's agreement with us to go to PSG for an agreed fee (if they still want him in the summer) - that fee isn't available to other teams. Gana is happy that scenario with the possibility of him signing an improved deal with us not out of the question but he really wants the move.

Morgan, Oumar, Tosun and Kenny expected to leave.

Fergie is still putting cones out.
Report Solano1 April 21, 2019 8:11 PM BST
Food ok?
Report Tinytim April 21, 2019 9:24 PM BST
It would be worrying if we started next season without Gomes, Zouma and Gana. Three players who are of a top six standard.
Report Value Seeker May 19, 2019 8:33 PM BST
Time for one of these....

Pickford, Stekelenburg, Virginia.
Digne, Martina, Coleman, Mina, Holgate, Baines, Keane, Kenny, Zouma, Jagielka, Williams, Garbutt
Davies, Dowell, Gomes, Sigurðsson, McCarthy, Gueye, Schneiderlin, Bešić,
Walcott, Tosun, Niasse, Bernard, Calvert-Lewin, Richarlison, Lookman, Sandro, Mirallas, Bolassie, Vlasic, Onyekuru ?

Joe Williams, Baningime, Pennington, Hewelt, Connolly

The Echo reporting PSG no longer interested in Gueye, hope he accepts it and stays if it's correct, also reporting Gomes fancies Spurs over coming back. C'est la Vie.

Look at all that dead wood ? 33 Senior Pro's, a good 10 too many ?
Report gotitwrong- May 19, 2019 8:36 PM BST
15 according to todays mail on sunday
Report Solano1 May 19, 2019 8:51 PM BST
You need Sunlun back in the Premier League, VS.
They'll take them.
Report Value Seeker May 19, 2019 8:55 PM BST
Laugh Solano ! Indeed, they'd hover them up !
Report Value Seeker May 19, 2019 9:13 PM BST
Be sad to see Lookman go unless Brands has someone in mind who he rates more highly ?

Kenny, tough one, he looks ok but is he good enough ? Playing Zouma v Spurs at RB suggests Silva is not convinced.

The rest listed are prime suspects.
Report Tinytim June 16, 2019 2:12 PM BST

Looking forward to the season. Hopefully some class incoming players. At least it seems the click bait sites are linking us with decent young players instead of free transfers and over the hill players of yesteryear.
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