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14 Apr 2018 21:37:46
Ed 25 that was actually awful today and we dersved to lose. He needs to go now.

{Ed025's Note - i agree bretto..

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15 Apr 2018 09:51:31
I just can't belive at 1 1 he takes bolaise off puts mori on against swansea if was chelsea utd spurs Liverpool City arsenal I understand. Also talk about morshi linking up with raioloa.

{Ed025's Note - im not a fan of mino myself bretto, but i would sooner have him in the boat spitting out than out the boat spitting in, moshiri certainly needs some help mate..

17 Apr 2018 01:16:10
Ed025: you cleaned up that saying nicely :-) As for using the super-agent, I just hope he doesn’t take the “spit” ;-)

{Ed025's Note - love it bobby, im being a bit of a hypocrite there though mate as when i watch everton i swear at the players and manager continuously..

14 Apr 2018 20:01:32
Hey Ed 025 just been watching Sam on SSN saying our season has been a success for him, surely Mr Moshiri will see him for what he really is and won't put up with this rubbish for much longer and turf this guy out, I have been a fan the club since the early 1960s and apart from Mike Walker this is the worst I have ever seen us play, we can't have another season again like this, what are your views on this mate cheers.

{Ed025's Note - the same as yours GB, i went out to watch the racing yesterday and although i checked the score at times i never missed the footie, thats how bad its gotten for me mate..

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14 Apr 2018 16:55:00

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14 Apr 2018 02:05:03
"We did a job on Liverpool by nullifying that outstanding attack even though they changed the team around. "-Sam allardyce
they had ings and solanke playing up front LOL.

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14 Apr 2018 11:43:54
Allerdyce has to go. Some of my Liverpool mates are feeling sorry for me now. As bad an appointment as Hodgson was for Liverpool.

11 Apr 2018 07:10:50
Watched the Liverpool City game last night and good luck to Liverpool. Question why was Sane's goal ruled out, that was the catalyst for me. That was either incompetence or cheating. Referees are professional and yet there appears to be no penalty for their important mistakes costing Clubs literally millions of pounds in revenue.

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11 Apr 2018 11:01:46
Makes you wonder how they came to that conclusion when it was so obvious even Stevie Wonder could see it. It's a disgrace as you say, but realistically City already had a mountain to climb and were outfoxed by that lot across the park.

11 Apr 2018 12:03:51
if city's goal would of stood they would of gone on to win the game and tie but Liverpool have always had that little bit of luck in cup comps I wish they would send a bit over Stanley park to us.

12 Apr 2018 16:01:29
(Referees are professionals) Where there is money there is corruption mate, ? not saying he was, but it goes on?

10 Apr 2018 12:38:20
If Allardyce wishes to stay, surely that means that from now until the end of the season is an opportunity for him to show how he intends the team to play next season. It's an opportunity to try to establish on field combinations and partnerships and to confirm or reassess the standing of players.

I cannot understand why, for example, Klaasen doesn't get a run. If you believe he has a future at the club then play him and give him the chance to build confidence. If you don't believe he belongs here then play him so that others can get a look at him. Same applies to Vlasic.

The season is effectively over. The remainder of the fixtures are against relegation candidates. An opportunity to move the team forward with relatively little at stake. More helpings of "functional" football will not help the club.

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11 Apr 2018 19:51:32
I think Glenn Sam knows him keeping his job depends on league position and performances. Moshiri alluded to this when he appointed Sam. Sam doesn't take too many risks, that we have learnt in the time he has been here. He will point to the stats to try and stay in the job and in his mind the performances have been good. Maybe because his only yardstick to measure them against is from relegation threatened teams he's managed. As the big man says, we don't need to beat the top 6, just the bottom 10 home and away. That will win us the league. Well that'll get us 60pts and barely into Europe.

09 Apr 2018 07:29:58
Simontoffeeman69, I have a message for you. About 2 years ago, there was some debate about John Stones and the mistakes he was making. Some were saying he was rubbish. Others said he was good. I brought up the fact that Pep G was building a footballing side and we had a problem with English football. I suggested that we teach our kids to put the ball in row z when under pressure in defence. In other countries such as Spain, France, Brazil etc. they allow their kids to lose the ball and improve thir skills with nurtured coaching. I suggested that Stones was a player that would make mistakes but Pep G was indeed building a footballing side in the mould of the nations I listd above. I was basically slagged off by loads of people who said Pep G was not a good coach and he was successful at Barcelona and Bayern because he inherited great squads and had loads of dosh. Even one of the Eds on here ridiculed my posts for suggesting that his football philosophy was right. I accept that Stones is not in the team. I accept that the result this week does not support my past and present views. but I was also involved in youth coaching for ages. I TOTALLY believe in Pep's view on total football (and Spain/ France/ Brazil) give me a Jon Stones over a Williams hoofer any day. Give me a team that plays the footy of Man City any day. Give me kids that are willing to make mistakes and learn rather than hoofing it out of play . they will learn nothing with a ball in row z. Sometimes it is hard to watch the mistakes. but when it all comes together and progress is made. football can be beautiful. dare I say like Brazil/ Spain/ France/ Manchester City.

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10 Apr 2018 10:27:34
Its hard to really disagree with what you say degsy because City are running away with the league, but, I do believe that Pep wouldn't have the same success say managing a team that didn't already have World Class players. He has always inherited a squad of players that would walk into any of the other teams in their league and that's including their fringe players. City set up to look good attacking but are vulnerable in defence as the last 2 games have shown. I do enjoy watching attacking flair football but a solid defence is a must if you are to build a dynasty. Sometimes a centre half needs to put it into row z in order to give his team a chance to regroup. I believe next season will be a lot closer in terms of the league as teams will know how to counter city's style, this is why Pep never stays long at clubs because once he's found out tactically he hasn't got the reputation to get the top jobs any longer.

11 Apr 2018 11:03:58
I agree mostly, but I bet Ottamendi wishes he found Row-Z instead of trying to be clever last night.

11 Apr 2018 12:49:29
I agree with you Degsy. I bet Pep would make the present Everton squad much better.

11 Apr 2018 19:58:31
I remember Pep last season in an interview a broken man lol. The minus test for him is winning it next season. To be so far ahead this season, he should be winning it next season aswell. Pellegrini and mancini both won it once with city, let's see if pep can carry it on.

12 Apr 2018 11:21:16
Bluemike I put this to you then. Pep likes his centre half's to play it out from the back, do you think Keane, Jags and god forbid Williams would be able to do this? Then the 3 at the back scenario, its never worked before and each time we have used this we have conceded an embarrassing amount of goals. Smit hit the nail on the head, let's see how he does next season when no doubt United will strengthen, and also our neighbours have faired well against them add to that Spurs and Chelsea. I'm not convinced by him as he has always landed on his feet with the squads and financially.

08 Apr 2018 16:13:52
Hic. Allardyce is greattth. hic.

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07 Apr 2018 16:11:06
Can't describe how gutted I am today. Sitting behind the goal as DCL and Tosun missed chances, feels more like a loss than anything else. They were they're for the taking today, the back four had great games and they posed little threat. However, I don't think waiting til the last minutes to attack in a Merseyside Derby is acceptable and I just can't wait the season to be over now. Another year goes by.

{Ed025's Note - me too joe, we really looked as though we wanted it in the last 15 minutes...what happened to the first 75?..

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07 Apr 2018 16:30:37
No idea mate. No one near Tosun and the wingers were playing as fullbacks.

08 Apr 2018 07:43:58
I think we looked a different side when Gueye and Lewin came on I'm not sure what Bolasie does to warrant a starting place he was terrible today at one point tosun was running with the ball looking for Bolasie in the LW spot and where was Bolasie at LB strolling around I can't wait for this season to be over.

10 Apr 2018 21:40:43
Obviously playing to orders!

06 Apr 2018 19:49:34
My team

Coleman Jags Holgate Baines
Benni, Davies, Rooney
Walcott Tosun Niasse

Gana in for Benni if he fit.
Have Niasse causing them hassle and creating space for Tosun and Theo.
Something along them lines anyway.

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07 Apr 2018 09:51:04
Maybe Davies left wing. 442. With niasse running off tosun.

07 Apr 2018 09:51:26
Btw holgate out injured. Can see Williams back in and dreading it.


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