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06 Dec 2018 11:52:31
We had a tough game Sunday I know, and it's early days into the Revolution, but some players were well below par last night. If we want to compete with the big boys we need to improve and start showing some consistency. Yes Newcastle were difficult to break down, but we squandered chances to bury them and now the Fat Spanish Waiter is claiming it was a tactical masterstroke on his part. We have to get at Watford on Monday then show City and Spurs we don't fear them.


1.) 07 Dec 2018 11:57:20
Agree with that BigH, i also have been saying the same thing, i think the writing could be on the wall for players like Lookman and Tosun who have had many chances to shine, it would maybe be a good time to loan Lookman out to someone like Southampton to get him up to par by playing regular footy in the premiership Tosun might also be loaned back to Turkey, some of the rags today saying we could be on the lookout for a right back due to a few poor performances by Seamus, not sure I agree with that one though, he has been a faithful servant for us and has got more to offer, personally i think Marco and Marcel will have this sorted come the January window especially as we have seen what they did in the last one, i certainly have only praise for what they have done so far ou team has changed beyond recognition to Sam's efforts.

2.) 08 Dec 2018 11:59:13
I just don't get the downer on Seamus tbh. He's always been one of our most consistent players. Yes he was injured and it takes some time to get back to your previous best, but if you watch the games I think you'll see he's trying. Imo he's being let down too often by those he tries to link up like Theo who has trouble holding the ball up and does little if anything to help defensively.



20 Jun 2018 11:10:59
Morgan Schneiderlin now appears to be surplus to requirements and may be off to Marseille according to reports on BBC football gossip page.


1.) 20 Jun 2018 11:33:09
He is one of the few players we could actually sell for a reasonable amount.



09 Mar 2018 01:22:15
Despite getting a dressing down from Smit666 earlier for being overly optimistic I do believe we will win Saturday, and next week too. I also believe we will get a draw against City and that other lot. And I believe this will be the start of our resurrection. Mind you, I also used to believe in Santa and the Tooth Fairy once upon a time.


1.) 09 Mar 2018 06:54:10
I have warned you Big H. 🤣

Here's hoping were all a bit more optimistic come 5pm on Saturday.

2.) 09 Mar 2018 07:43:14
If you didn't laugh sometimes you'd cry wouldn't you mate 😂😂.

3.) 09 Mar 2018 09:31:06
I agree big h, fancy us to get a win, poor as we have been away, we seem to manage to get a result at Goodison, after last weeks reaction, I cannot see Sam risking Schnids, pretty sure he will bring Jags in, possibly Baines and already our defence looks stronger.

4.) 10 Mar 2018 21:26:21
I rest my case Big H.



13 Jan 2018 12:57:47
I notice some people still haven't warmed to Big Sam yet and still see his appointment as a mistake. Each to their own I guess. But give the man a break, he's only been here five minutes! Okay, we aren't playing attractive attacking football yet, but I'm sure that'll come once we've made a few additions to the squad and are back to full strength. We are out of the slump we were in and out of danger of relegation and to me that's something to be positive about.


1.) 13 Jan 2018 14:11:37
BigH 'out of relegation danger' errmmm, a bit premature. I like Sam Alardyce and would have had him ages ago. However, after the initial burst, we have now gone 6 games without a win and lost the last 3, so not exactly out of a slump.

2.) 13 Jan 2018 14:43:52
He’s done what he got paid for (very handsomely, I might add) . The board thought the prospect of relegation was very real - appointed Allardyce to get us out of it, he has. The ugly side of it is now, we aren’t trying to attack.

Praying, and expecting him to leave come May to make way for either Silva or Fonseca.

3.) 13 Jan 2018 14:47:10
would just like to add to that, we are starting to play a lot better though, wins will come, good post Big H.

4.) 13 Jan 2018 15:35:04
Big fat no to silva for me.

5.) 13 Jan 2018 16:13:35
Personally don’t think Sam will ever play attractive football, just not his nature, he doesn’t know how to.

And before people mention Okocha let me say this, if you put Neymar in Tony Pulis’ Stoke team he would still do tricks regardless of what game plan the manager has.

{Ed025's Note - i think we should give the guy a chance before we judge him swan..

6.) 13 Jan 2018 16:34:14
So swan even tho he is coming out himself admitting he needs to have a team playing entertaining football and getting results so that he keeps his position in the club, he won’t change? He actually played more attacking football in his last year at West Ham, but after getting them promotion the fans and the owners thinking they were more than what the are wanted a more high profile manager. Labelled him and stabbed him in the back. Many times I’ve said, our team was crap a few months back, injured players not included, aged defence, we need a overhaul. All of a sudden people forget this and think we can just turn on the flare and become a creative team with the same players that RK tried and failed with.

7.) 13 Jan 2018 18:30:01
Sam has made us solid at the back again which what was needed when he took over know we need transition from defence into attack and if you look at the way Sam's teams play then you will see that Sam's teams have pace in the final third with two pacey wingers so we can hit teams on the break and change between defence and attack quickly and it's only recently that we have Yannick back from injury so that adds a bit more pace to are attack and are continuing interest in Walcott.

I think we saw are improvement in fa cup match when Yannick was excellent and when lookman came on we looked a lot more threatening. We need to give Sam this transfer window and the summer window before we can truly judge him and his team but let's not forget during Sam's time at bolton he did bring in flair players in as well.

8.) 13 Jan 2018 18:50:53
Well actually in his last season at West Ham he was told by the owners to play attractive football.

9.) 13 Jan 2018 19:00:00
Are you lot watching a different game to me? Awful again. #givemebackmysaturdayhope
Big Sam out!

10.) 13 Jan 2018 19:10:21
I agree Big Sam out! This is embarrassing!

11.) 13 Jan 2018 19:05:47
Ed, give him a chance? We have mate. This match vs Spurs proves how rubbish we are. Allardyce honeymoon period over and look! It’s been a month since our last win and Spurs have had more shots on target in 30 mins than we have in 5 hours.

{Ed025's Note - i know its not great dan but lets see how we fare against the lesser teams and see where we are in another month or so..

12.) 13 Jan 2018 19:39:59
Why swan you got inside information? Ever thought maybe he had changed enough playing staff to change the style of football?

13.) 13 Jan 2018 20:02:01
Understand we are more solid at the back Duke (Spurs 4) and give the guy a go etc but we are ninth because of other teams failings and not because of our own efforts Last wins were mid December Sure give Sam till end of season and mid table finish but then get someone fresh in.

14.) 13 Jan 2018 20:06:44
When has Alladyce ever had the opportunity at a club of this stature, for God’s sake give the man a chance he’s having to make do with 2 years worth of poor purchases!

15.) 13 Jan 2018 20:38:20
people are defending big Sam and that's fine but our match stats make for scary reading in our last 5 premiership games we have won 0 scored 1 conceded 8 and had 4 SHOTS on target I'm sorry but I think Moshiri could already be regretting hiring Sam (remember it was a panic appointment) and I think he will be let go at the end of the season especially if these performances carry on.

16.) 14 Jan 2018 02:51:42
Solid at the back? 4-0. No shots on target? He fked up against bmouth and wba, he needs 4 points at least from next two home games other wise questions have to be asked.

17.) 14 Jan 2018 03:23:00
If those stats are true bluey then there is no excuse for that. Absolutely pathetic. If we don't beat Wba and Leicester then action has to be taken.

18.) 14 Jan 2018 07:10:00
OllBlue1878 it hurts to watch us play we must be the worst side in the premiership at atacking teams and I like the way Sam doesn't sugar coat it he says it how it is but all he is doing at the min is talking a Good game because on the field we are a shambles.

19.) 14 Jan 2018 13:31:00
BeStyrne, so at the huge amount of jobs he’s had in the premier league, us, West Ham, Sunderland, Crystal Palace, Blackburn and Bolton he played the same dire football and we are supposed to believe he always wanted to play boss football at every club but he was a victim of circumstance? Come on. I don’t need inside information to have an opinion mate, neither do you and neither does anyone on this site. It doesn’t take inside information to tell we are playing terrible football and not getting results.

20.) 14 Jan 2018 14:52:48
It is hard to defend big Sam when he doesn't play his best players in their best positions. Rooney deeper against West ham was his best game, siggy should be one of the 1st on the team sheet at no10, if Gana/ mccarthy are playing as a defensive mid then at least ask them to drop into defence when one of the full backs go forward. Correction. When our RB goes forward.

21.) 14 Jan 2018 16:24:52
Swan The problem mate is this is the same team that got stuffed before Sam was here, mate come on all of a sudden we all forget this, to me the recent results have just fuelled the SA haters. The team has got no better just cause the manager has changed, results don’t lie, we are at this time a disjointed team that needs overhauling. I don’t give a crap if Sam stays or goes, but the reality is that the squad of players is not good enough. Martinez and Koeman has a style of play that the players could not achieve, yet everyone wants a manger that plays a similar style of play, what will this manager do to change the players into this flair side that others couldn’t. Except manager has to take blame, but can not blame a manager that inherits a team that has failed under 3 other managers, and has had no chance to change playing personnel. Any manager no matter who they are will inherit this team, we need to give a manager a chance to change it, SA may well be a stepping stone, but just going through managers left right and centre will not address the playing staff situation, until that is done we are what we are.



09 Jan 2018 17:47:39
Who will be the ideal candidate to partner Cenk in attack? Or are we going to expect him to lead the line on his own? I'd go for Sandro and DCL alternately seeing as Oumar seems to be the one reportedly on his way out the door. I think we should be safe enough now to be a bit more attack minded, especially if we strengthen the defence with one or two new faces. Really looking forward to the second half of this season.





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08 Dec 2018 12:13:17
As with every approach to a transfer window there will be all kinds of rumours and speculation. We can all dream about who we'd like etc but my advice is to take it all with a pinch of salt. If players come in they come in. If they go they go. Nothing you or I can do or say will influence that one way or another. It's frustrating reading that your best players are being looked at by so-called Bigger clubs, but I take it as a sign we are moving in the right direction.


1.) 08 Dec 2018 18:57:40
Not just that BigH but don't you think other Clubs think the same way. In truth under Brands and Silva we have no idea who! if any, given Mr Moshri's 'nothing happening in January' statement, are coming in. We have dispensed with some who do not fit Mr Silva's ideas and await what happens to those on the long term injury list. For me Mr Silva has improved the side but the main plus is a proven DoF. Ahead of the point I thought we would be at but tempered by the fact we are a third through. Good result Monday and back up to 6th, a position in my humble opinion we can with endevour and potential maintain and the flip side at this moment in time finish no higher.



04 Dec 2018 18:10:10
Klippitty Klopp only got an £8k fine and a warning for being a naughty boy? Not much of a detterent when £8k is like a late library book fine to someone in his position. I doubt the 'Special One' would have been treated so leniently.


1.) 04 Dec 2018 19:58:26
In all fairness he din t try to wind or fans up let's take it on the chin and move on.

2.) 04 Dec 2018 20:24:23
He's lucky if it was a fan he/ she would have had a ban.

3.) 04 Dec 2018 21:29:06
Had that been you or me it would have been a 3yr ban AND a criminal record.

{Ed025's Note - im with irishsheedy, it was something and nothing mate..



03 Dec 2018 14:14:53
Regarding Klopps celebration and his encroachment onto the pitch - as much as it's against the rules and he should get some form of touchline ban, - a couple of games maybe? - I can in some ways understand him doing what he did. It was imo more an act of relief on his part than anything else. I feel sorry for Jordan but I'm sure he'll learn from his error and not let it effect him too much COYB.


1.) 03 Dec 2018 17:25:09
Do not understand all the fuss, he was so pleased to have won a game against a good and improving Everton. To me it says how well we did that he was so relieved to get three points.
Ok we lost but if we continue to improve I hope next year it is Silva running on the pitch to celebrate although not really his style.
At Goodison later in the season be nice to get a win and Pickford plays a blinder.
On another note it reminded me of Grobelar good keeper but made occasional howlers, the one I remember was against us in the charity shield, then we went on to win the league, let's hope the reds do not do that.

{Ed025's Note - i want them to be a point behind city when we meet at goodison and for us to stuff them and marco to run on the pitch like a lunatic DC, please lord make it happen.. :)

2.) 03 Dec 2018 17:49:46
With you there Ed025 what an arrogant piece of work he really is, wonder if he would like it if Marco had done a streak like Erica Roe around the pitch LOL.

{Ed025's Note - i like him you know GB, i dont want to but i cant help myself mate..

3.) 03 Dec 2018 18:52:25
Doubt Silva will run on the pitch, big Dunc however is a great possibility, tickling a few of their players under their chins along the way.

4.) 03 Dec 2018 19:05:07
Love it mate.



03 Dec 2018 10:12:15
Now that I've calmed down over the manner of our defeat and I've looked at the game again I have nothing but praise for our lads. Even Pickford who played well despite his bit of a flap 10 minutes in and his last minute error. (I still can't understand why he didn't tip it over the bar? but, what's done is done) We stopped their trio of Superstars doing what they do best and not many teams can say that. We deserved at least a point from the game, but a flukey goal in extra extra time shows you don't always get what you deserve. Overall it shows we are moving in the right direction and there are definitely more positives than negatives.


1.) 03 Dec 2018 11:09:37
Totally agree BigH78, we showed passion and tried to win the game, we had our chances, sad way to lose it, but overall we've drawn at Chelsea, been unlucky at Liverpool, it's going in the right direction, I think next season with a couple of additions we will be pushing from the start for a top 4 finish, read something that Big Sam got a draw and the question was are we now going backwards, well if having a couple of attacks threw the whole game and getting a penalty to draw against attacking football, trying to win, and on another day we could of, I'd take Silva all day long.



02 Dec 2018 18:14:31
We did enough to nullify Liverpool but offered little going forward. And to finish like that is complete and utter bollox!


1.) 03 Dec 2018 11:47:59
Played really well today didn't deserve that. However took the game to them and another really good performance following on from Arsenal Utd and Chelsea. Before people say it's only 1 point from 12 it's the performance and how we TRIED to win the game that matters. I remember people criticising Marco after 5 games. Have always said judge us AFTER Christmas.

We will reverse these results against the so called big teams when we play them at home. People are sitting up and taking notice of us and so they should be. We're playing great attacking football with a fantastic young manager. My sadness tonight is outweighed by the excitement I feel knowing my team is back even Kopites are admitting (However grudgingly) Pessimism is an Evertonians default setting, but I'm telling you good times ARE coming.




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08 Dec 2018 11:59:13
I just don't get the downer on Seamus tbh. He's always been one of our most consistent players. Yes he was injured and it takes some time to get back to your previous best, but if you watch the games I think you'll see he's trying. Imo he's being let down too often by those he tries to link up like Theo who has trouble holding the ball up and does little if anything to help defensively.




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09 Oct 2018 08:23:37
You would hope so dixie, especially with talk of Niasse going too.




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08 Oct 2018 23:39:32
I really like the guy GB. Not only for the effort he gave/ gives but for his overall attitude. If he does go I wish him nothing but the best.




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07 Oct 2018 12:41:45
I like him but he does worry me sometimes Lee. He can be a bit over-enthusiastic and reckless at times. He's still a kid so hopefully he'll learn to reign it in a bit.




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06 Oct 2018 22:23:01
Love Siggs and it was another great display by him. Sam didn't utilise his talents and it cost us. Marco on the other hand will give him the freedom to do what he does best. Great all round display by the whole team today.





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08 Dec 2018 12:27:58
I didn't like how he went about leaving us Sobs, but he's a great player and I don't blame him being unhappy the way United are recently and how Moaninho blames everyone else except himself for the way they are playing. With the talent in that squad there's no way they should be performing so badly. I can't see Jose being there much longer if it continues.




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04 Dec 2018 18:22:19
Agree with Ed. we can all dream, but realistically 7 and above would be fine by me.


{Ed025's Note - yeah lets not get ahead of ourselves mate..



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04 Dec 2018 18:16:15
Merson was a decent player but he's a lousy pundit and isn't fit to wipe Jordands boots.




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04 Dec 2018 18:13:54
I feel somewhere in the region of £50 mil would be a fair price. I guess it all depends on how keen he is to join us on a permanent basis. Fingers crossed.




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27 Nov 2018 09:16:30
Have to agree with Ed025 - while there have been decent performances in many areas the one that oozes class and quality for me is Gomez. We simply must persuade him to leave Barcelona and to come join our revolution on a long term deal.