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16 Jun 2021 20:44:08
Now coming out he hasn't been offered the job. my head hurts!

BlueJohnUns

1.) 17 Jun 2021 11:51:23
You and me BJU, I'm sick of reading articles, that contrast the previous one I read. Seem to be going round and round in circles. Does anyone know what is actually going on?
I mean it looked nailed on we were getting Nuno, now it looks like we are getting Rafa, another article saying we are in talks with a return of Martinez, and another still linking us with potter. I think we have been linked with every manager in the history of the game.
Next one will be a return to the premier League for Alex Ferguson.
Glad we aren't just jumping into an appointment, but it sounds as though we don't know who we want.
At least there are managers interested!

COYB.


2.) 17 Jun 2021 17:35:29
The news outlets just keep stirring it all up and you have the News Now click bate website. I need to learn to just go on holiday and chillout for a bit whilst all this goes on and by the time I'm home it's all sorted.

Instead sat here clicking refresh 20 times a second on NN with an ever decreasing bottle of whisky!


 

 

05 Oct 2020 12:02:01
It's gone mental with reports Zaha is being negotiated.

Not sure how true this is and I don't think it's possible at all. Let's wait and see.

BlueJohnUns

1.) 05 Oct 2020 12:19:49
Palace have been mentioned as having interest in Walcott too. Our forward options would be exceptional if this were true - fear it may just be lazy journalism.

{Ed002's Note - Walcott is not going to CP.}


2.) 05 Oct 2020 12:34:40
Interesting you're not saying "Zaha is not going to Everton" Ed.


3.) 05 Oct 2020 13:01:52
I can take him or leave him. I'm more interested in a GK option than Zaha.

Apart from that Walcott looks like he may go, bolasie is the one being talked about going to CP and besic to rangers with Kean already gone.

That's some good business if it happens. Can't think of anything more we could have done.


4.) 05 Oct 2020 13:12:31
I really don't see Zaha link being true to not this late in the window!


5.) 05 Oct 2020 13:38:06
Zaha will be with Palace for the rest of his career now unless they get relegated.


6.) 05 Oct 2020 13:57:47
I can't either and not fussed about him at all. A few are reporting we are in for romero from untied now. I'd be very happy with that one though.

{Ed025's Note - he would be my choice john..


7.) 05 Oct 2020 14:28:18
Think Bolasie and Besic would both look good in a Palace shirt ;0)


8.) 05 Oct 2020 14:32:23
I don't see how Saha gets in our starting eleven at the moment. He's a good player but I'd rather any money be spent on a quality GK to compete with JP and some loan CF to give DCL a rest every 5/ 6 games and come on as impact. On a similar note, any whispers on Carlo thoughts on Tosun as he's not had a sniff or mention but with MK going out on loan, maybe this will change? Don't think he's injured and he can certainly finish if supplied.


9.) 05 Oct 2020 14:45:40
Shows how far we’ve come if that’s true. Realistically, one of our front three will either have a knock or need resting most weeks - Zaha would get plenty of game time. Also, James R can play the no.10 with 2 holding midfielders so all 4 could play. He would strengthen the squad, no doubt there. If we can get rid of 4/ 5 squad players, it’s not impossible.


10.) 05 Oct 2020 14:56:21
I agree corner. Tosun is another one who may do a decent job now we have better cohesion up front. We need to give these players a chance with the added quality we've already added.


11.) 05 Oct 2020 15:16:55
Tosun got a bad injury last season while on loan at Palace. He’s still injured as far as I know.


12.) 05 Oct 2020 15:39:55
Tosun out until new year I think, torn ACL.


 

 

27 Sep 2020 21:27:32
Spirit of the blues is number 1 in the iTunes chart! I am loving being a blue right now.

Remember when we were rubbish? Seems so long ago!

BlueJohnUns

1.) 28 Sep 2020 17:01:40
Lampard has not improved his squad he bought a striker when they already have giroud abraham and batshaui he has mount and pulisic but then buys havertz and zyech so attack was not a priority its his defence and midflield that need reinforcing .


2.) 28 Sep 2020 17:39:54
Z cars now moving up 😂😂.


 

 

17 Dec 2019 18:33:04
Is there anyone left on here who stills questions Big Dunc and credentials?

BlueJohnUns

1.) 17 Dec 2019 19:13:04
How could you, the guy bleeds blue COYB.


2.) 17 Dec 2019 20:41:39
Bluejohn, He's dynamite mate, just exudes Everton FC and if you don't follow suit, start ducking pal! lol.


3.) 17 Dec 2019 21:26:44
True Blue mate.


4.) 18 Dec 2019 06:33:01
No one is doubting his passion for the club but I’m not convinced he’s managerial material yet. In both Chelsea and Man Utd games we had around 30% possession and were fortunate not to concede more than one. We are still shaky at the back and not setting the world on fire (or even Goodison on fire) up front.

He’s been at the club since 2014 and it would be strange to not attribute some of the issues of the last few seasons with him. Have the last two results been part of the ‘new manager’ effect? He is a step in the right direction compared to Silva but that’s no real accolade to be fair.

It’d be great to see if he can win a few more games but I’m not sold that he is the man for the top job yet.


5.) 18 Dec 2019 08:05:54
He has been in charge for little over a week and has changed a team with no confidence to a team that don't stop fighting for each other. Picked up 4 points along the way with only 30% possession. He can only work with what he has and at the moment there are a few crucial injury problems as well.


6.) 18 Dec 2019 08:45:06
I'd love nothing more than one day dunc become our manager, would be boss! however not yet, also its called new manager bounce when someone comes in and has an immediate affect 8/ 10 it happens as the players get a kick up the arse.

{Ed025's Note - very much so wb..


7.) 18 Dec 2019 14:24:36
I would rather give up possession and get results when needed. One of the issues with Silva and Martinez is that they wanted possession and control all the time. That's why teams would just get back and defend solidly. Sometimes, you have to accept that the other team will have more of the ball. Results over style is important.

However I'm not saying play the SA way. I'm just saying against the bigger teams, we may need to play that way, especially when we are struggling.


8.) 18 Dec 2019 16:30:27
:the guy bleeds blue: Don't we all that's not credentials?


9.) 18 Dec 2019 19:43:45
Although he’s only been manager for a week, he has been working with these players for years as a coach.


10.) 18 Dec 2019 21:49:29
The whole argument of new manager bounce falls flat when you look at Arsenal.


11.) 19 Dec 2019 09:52:49
Tiffa, Some just cannot accept that DF has more to him than just being an avid Evertonian mate.


12.) 19 Dec 2019 10:46:13
thats why i said 8/ 10 mate.


13.) 20 Dec 2019 15:06:01
"Although he’s only been manager for a week, he has been working with these players for years as a coach" And that's when we went downhill.


14.) 20 Dec 2019 18:41:21
Sadly we went downhill after a long period of stability under moyes who took us as far as he could, Martinez, koeman, big sam and silva took us backwards to throw blame at dunc is daft, the players responded to him and put a shift in for him, he will have gained a lot from his caretaker stint, but is not quite ready yet.


15.) 21 Dec 2019 19:56:02
Agreed. Dunc has steadied the ship, restored pride and may even have helped convince Ancelotti that we're not a hopeless case. He's probably learnt loads over the last few weeks which will help him whether he goes elsewhere to be a manager or stays at Goodison to help out.

We saw the limits of 4-4-2 today as well, we looked flat and started passing sideways and were unable to link with the forwards or get decent crosses in. A poor Arsenal were able to get between the lines.

I'd like to see Niasse come on as sub rather than Tosun as well.


16.) 22 Dec 2019 22:53:44
carlo 4 year deal, i'd be happy with dunc then, he seems level headed and still willing to learn.


 

 

05 Oct 2019 23:39:38
A few weeks again against Sheff utd I saw Silva's reign end. He made rash substitutions and tactical changes. Today just confirmed it.

Those players on the pitch today let the manager down yes but they are letting each other down much more. And ofcourse the fans but I'm looking at this from a professional level first.

Delph and Schnids are either lazy or incompetent. Neither of them moved away from the middle of the park today. They didn't take any chances to get forward and as Silva pointed out, were not brave enough to try and make things happen.

Iwobi was full of running but there were so many times Digne was slow to support him. On the right the chemistry between Seamus and Ricky is none existent.

Upfront DCL is desperate for his no10 to help him. He makes himself available but he's knowhere to be seen. Ricky and Iwobi go looking for him but he's never there. He so individual now it's like he's just playing on his own.

In defense, the intensity of earlier on this season has gone and we've regressed which in set pieces means we are an easy target again.

As much as I want this team to be successful we need a new manager. EVERY player let us down today. EVERY single one of them.

The next manager needs to motivate these players and give them a simple plan. I pray to god we don't make the same mistakes of the past in getting someone like Sam. It has to be a long term vision but I don't hold out any hope they'll be given the right support again and we will simply be in this position in about 12 months time.

Unfortunately, I'll be telling my grandkids about how the city used to have two clubs.

BlueJohnUns

1.) 06 Oct 2019 07:56:31
They are letting us fans down most of all mate.


2.) 06 Oct 2019 12:12:34
They are GB but what should come first to the players should be to each other.

If they play for the manager and each other they become a team. They'll work together to improve. Football is a team sport and no individual can do the role of everyone in it.

They must at all times work for each other.


3.) 06 Oct 2019 20:23:01
Very true John mate good post.


 

 

 

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12 Jul 2021 22:31:25
I've start this post about 10 times. All because I don't know how to put into words a description of the racist, violent thugs that infect society.

What the three young men have faced is criminal and all because they had the balls to step up in front of millions in the hope of winning pride for those same people.

What does it matter about the colour of skin. Why do people fixate on it, on all sides. Why can't we just see a man, a woman, a husband, wife, child, builder plumber, whatever, why do some see hatred.

The way we all speak about players. Because someone can't do what you want them to do, there is pure anger. Not understanding that they might just not be able to take on 5 players and score a wonder goal.

Maybe now is time for change. For all of us. Constructive criticism is fine, understanding flaws and pointing them out is fine but when you add hatred, and when you only see the bad even when there is good, it's this we need to stop. Starting with the manager.

Let's all just try to be better. It's got to start somewhere.

BlueJohnUns

1.) 13 Jul 2021 09:06:34
Good post Blue John.
In defence of those that missed their penalties, it should be remembered that the very best players have been known to miss them, the manager himself included.
Yes there is added pressure on the penalty takers at that stage of the game and tiredness comes into it as well.
I don’t know if it was on a voluntary basis who would take penalties or by managers selection. But, the manager should ensure that everyone is in the right frame of mind and he has the players needed for that occasion on the pitch at that time. Personally people like Calvert Lewin and Phil Foden should have been on that pitch for penalties as they are regular goal scorers with bit more experience.

Blame the manager not the players.


2.) 13 Jul 2021 09:34:26
I seen a good post on twitter yesterday it said something like when the player wins you look at him like a footballer when that same player makes a mistake you look at the colour of their skin sums it up perfectly me I hope the police find these individuals name and shame them I hope they lose their jobs and I hope the least they get is lifetime bans from all stadiums as for social media now even though on a different level Peadophiles are banned from owning electrical devices if found guilty I would do the same with Racists you then take away the tools to spread Racism on line.


3.) 13 Jul 2021 19:38:40
I do blame the Manager. Who the heck puts the kids last to take penalties.


4.) 13 Jul 2021 21:09:21
ducksflysouth I'm more disappointed with the so called experienced players who didn't step up including Henderson who as Captain of Liverpool has played in some of the biggest games and yet allowed himself to be subbed so he didn't have to take one all this sky spout of of Henderson is a leader is obviously just propaganda.


5.) 13 Jul 2021 21:17:57
Good post mate. The penalty misses were just a different reason - they would have found something else. Sterling got a load of abuse too and didn’t take one.
They are not only not football fans - they are an underclass in our society and like Kane said should crawl under their rock!

To me it’s easy to fix - Facebook, Twitter etc - to open account have to show your passport / driving licence etc. Then the account is identifiable

Or like this site posts are checked - maybe also it’s time people just came off Twitter in mass until something is done.


 

 

10 Jul 2021 20:43:16
Really sorry to hear of the passing of Jimmy Gabriel. He is an absolute titan and had been involved at every level of the club.

This is a man that deserves to stand amoung others around our new stadium personally. Had blue running through every vein and his heart pure blue.

RIP The Angel.

BlueJohnUns

1.) 10 Jul 2021 21:49:02
One of my favorite players, hard as nails and I am very surprised to see him pass at such a young age. He signed in 1960 for 30,000 pounds from Dundee when he was 19 and played 300 games for us. He played 40 times in the Championship winning season of 1962-63 and played in the 1966 Cup final win. He played for Scotland twice. He only lost his place to the great Howard Kendall.
Wish we had a few like him at with his heart and dedication today.
RIP a true blue.


2.) 10 Jul 2021 21:54:25
Fully agree Blue John, could do with a few like him. Playing now, always put the effort in.


3.) 10 Jul 2021 22:46:59
Rip Jimmy Gabriel. A true blue and legend of our club.


 

 

30 Jun 2021 17:35:23
Just listening to Rafa and I've got hope that he will make us better. Comes across as a realist and tackled the question on the perception of the fans.

Really hope we back the team now and give the guy a break. He is genuinely a nice bloke and his family seem the same too. I'll be honest I liked what he said. Simple and straight to the point.

Welcome Rafa.

BlueJohnUns

1.) 30 Jun 2021 22:22:04
Agree BJU time to move on and get behind the team.


 

 

28 Jun 2021 16:31:37
I am absolutely disgusted with what some fans, not a word I would use, have done.

All this has got to stop. This is not the way anyone should be behaving. The hatred and anomie of these people is beyond belief. I hope they find them and prosecute them.

But it's not just this. Its the way some behave at the match as well. Do we all not realise the destructive force this has on the players, manager and our club. It's time for us all to take a look at ourselves and see the support we want to be or else we'll have more of this happening. We just love shooting ourselves in the foot.

I'm just sick and tired of the whole thing.

Now I don't want Rafa but it has nothing to do with him personally. Mine is based on what I think of where his career is and the team he loves. And if he is our manager I will do anything from the terraces to make sure he has the best chance of success because why wouldn't we. We want Everton to win!

I did and do hate Sam. But again I don't wish him any ill health or threat to his life. And at the match I cheered and supported the club no less than when Kendall, Royle or Moyes where manager.

We need to come together and realise that maybe the reason we haven't been successful is not from the players or manager but maybe the pressure put on by the fans is the real reason we continually fail.

I was shocked at what happened to Martinez. I'd never seen that before at a manager. Every game was becoming more toxic. Yes there had been times in the past even in the 80's and 90's but this was different. There was a real threat in the air. Maybe the whip that is created by social media is to blame for amplifying it.

Whatever it is though, it needs to stop. We all need to become supporters again and be what that word means.

I promise every one of you, that I'll make sure, I giving everything to support the team, every game. Here is where I'll vent but for 90 odd minutes, I'll make sure I give everything to supporting our team.

BlueJohnUns

{Ed025's Note - great post john, could not agree more mate..


1.) 28 Jun 2021 16:43:02
Cops are investigating, hope they bring the full weight down. If underage, then 'impress' upon their parents.


2.) 28 Jun 2021 17:22:42
I think what’s happened will hasten the arrival of Benitez. It’s just standard uneducated trolls who hide behind keyboards or in this case a blanket. Unfortunately life introduces into society those who shouldn’t have been given the chance and will just be a mutant in society. The majority of Everton supporters will say what they think but stand up to do so and this behaviour isn’t the true colour blue.


3.) 28 Jun 2021 19:08:46
Hope those responsible for the banner can be traced, taken before the courts and action handed out. The club can then ban them for life as these people are not needed at the club or in any sport generally.

I’m personally thinking Rafa may do a good job and if he betters what the previous 5 managers did we should be grateful.


4.) 28 Jun 2021 19:30:31
It makes one ashamed to be a blue when cretins do this sort of thing. Unbelievable behaviour.


 

 

26 Jun 2021 07:30:24
Some right idiots below. Right first off, stop having a go at players to make a point about managers.

James was probably our best creative player last season and by some margin.

Allan was our best defensive midfielder last season who everyone had down as one of the the most Influential in the team.

Dacoure was a massive cog in the wheel we needed and was close to being player of the season.

Godfrey, young most peoples player of the season

Injuries to three of those probably cost us Europe. So stop talking stupid. God Everton fans do my head in.

If anyone else can show me a window recently where we signed that many players that made an impact on the squad I'd love to see it.

BlueJohnUns

1.) 26 Jun 2021 10:03:34
Sorry BJU but have to disagree. James may have been one of our most creative players but he hardly ever played. He didn't like the physicality of the league, and was a weak link when playing on the right. Something teams quickly worked out. Carlo treated him like a spoilt child, so when he didn't want to play he didn't have to. Summed it up when he buggered off at the end of the season, and put his country before the club. Guy always had a "little injury", but it was never explained what this was.
Allan is a very good player, but we have got him four years too late. Might get one more season out of him, so not really a good return on money spent.
As for Dacoure and Godfrey, they were down to Brands and would have come to the club regardless of who the manager was. Personally I would have those two over the other two every day of the week. Because if you are looking to build a team for the future then you don't buy injury prone players and players who may already be on the decline.
This has nothing to do with who the next manager might be, it's just my view, and it would have been the same if Carlo had stayed.
Now if that makes me an idiot then fine. Football is a game of opinions and I will always have mine. Right or wrong.


2.) 26 Jun 2021 10:42:33
Brassington views on James I would tend to agree with. Also to think that a player can pick up his wages by supposedly being injured doesn’t build a good team spirit. Maybe that can explain the lack of effort displayed by some of the other players. As I mentioned at the end of the season, if, I think it was 3 of those home games we lost, had been wins we would have been in the Champions league mix.


3.) 26 Jun 2021 11:15:24
Totally agree brass.


4.) 26 Jun 2021 11:31:36
Or maybe those 3 home games we lost as Carlos clause to go back to Real Madrid was only if we didn’t qualify for Europe?


5.) 26 Jun 2021 13:28:05
You guys are nuts.

James had a niggling calf injury that kept reoccurring and a groin injury earlier in the season. He played 26 times and got 6 goals and 9 assists. I'll admit, yes he was injured too often but he was still our most creative player based on FACTS plus he was a FREE! Brass you're basing your view of his injuries and attitude from conspiracy theories. You'll be telling me next not to get as season ticket because there's a micro chip in it watching my every move!

So Allan is good but, according to you lot, only for maybe two season because of his age. So he's good! you actually admit he's good. However, you still don't want to give any credit for him being at the club because he MAY deteriorate in a couple of years. Plus you don't need to buy players for sell on value. You buy players because you need that type of player.

Oh and you lot are not looking for a team of the future, you're looking for a team for now!

Keep talking you lot and I'll keep laughing my ass off.


6.) 26 Jun 2021 14:58:36
So who told you James had a niggling calf injury? Amazing how it got better just in time for the Copa America 😂 You have a pop at people because they don’t agree with you throwing FACTS at them. Well fact is you have no idea what his injury was if in fact he actually had one.
But hey you champion a layer who put country before club, and who is desperate to leave after one season (well half for him) . Yes that’s just the type of player we can build a team with.
👏👏👏.


7.) 27 Jun 2021 00:28:59
Agree fully with woburn and brassington on the james topic.


8.) 27 Jun 2021 13:13:48
Actually, the facts are out there when the club tell you why the player is injured. Just look it up.

Not one of you have given me any facts on his attitude, whether what you say is true about Country before club. Nothing out there at all on that one.

I also didn't say let's build a team around him. Another fact for you.

Come back when you've done some research other than twitter and your mate on Facebook. Haha.


 

 

 

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01 Jul 2021 14:00:48
I don't argue with that. However, there isn't one player in the world that has gone 6 months without making mistakes. Some are held against them more than others. Which, is understandable as they tend to be more closely scrutinised if they've gone through a period where they haven't performed and especially if you are the England number 1.

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01 Jul 2021 07:11:37
To be fair Ed he has improved in the last 6 months. I always thought his main problem was his composure and mentality rather than actual ability.

However, since having councilling it seems to have done him good and made a difference on the pitch. However, it is only early days and he needs to maintain this level consistently from now on.

It is different playing for England where the chance for the opposition is less frequent compared to playing week in, week out and an improved level of opponent.

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{Ed0666's Note - I’m not denying the fella has talent but to say he’s been faultless since February as someone said is just trying to prove a narrative with bunkum. As I said I’ll judge him after this season coming.


 

 

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30 Jun 2021 17:25:28
Honcho. The comment "he even had one dodgy punch tonight" is almost laughable. You're basing his whole performance on that. Not the saves he makes or his distribution. That's fickle fans for you.

Opinions are fine as long as justified but to just pick out ONE incident out of 90 minutes in an outstanding performance just beggars belief.

Now if you said he performed poorly for the first part of last season and had been on decline for the 12 months before, I'd have taken that as criticism and a valid opinion. You can certainly back that up. But ONE punch, well come on.

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29 Jun 2021 21:08:52
Gingerdan, Honcho just shows you the fickle fans we have!

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25 Jun 2021 19:13:38
That's a blag account Blue ;)

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30 Jul 2021 19:39:40
Not sure some blokes dodgy experiment in Egypt is the basis to opt out of a world testing regime conducted for the current vaxs that is being used. Ivermectin research is still very much in its infancy and the results of some studies do not support the initial tests that where conducted.

As for believing this government and how they hate Merseyside as the reason not to take the vax is hugely idiotic. It is not just merseyside they are giving it to, it is not just this government but every government around the world that is giving out the vaxs and they are not forcing anyone to take it.

The reason they may want to introduce this now is to protect people not because they want to make it tough for people who want to go to he match. There is no economical reason to do that as what you pay at the turnstile will help go to the nasty tories.

Everyone needs to take a step back and relax. At some point things will go back to normal as it is already doing. And if all of these governments around the world are being cautious, it is probably a world first. I was expecting them to just let people die so they get loads more money from the economy, not seeing their businesses fail and less to pay people in benefits, pensions and the like. Oh and pretty much everyone hate them because they are stopping them from doing what they want leaving no chance of being reelected.

However, what you suggest is that they are some kind of masochists that love to hurt their own interests. Mad init.

As for footy, fingers crossed we can ALL soon enjoy going the game safely. Even those that want to put themselves at risk. Which is your absolute choice and right to do. I think no different of you than someone getting it and it is your risk of serious C.V. and less so for me but I would gladly jump and hug you after a 5 nil win over Liverpool regardless. That's my choice.

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28 Jul 2021 17:31:41
We qualified for the qualifying stage of the CL. However, Moyes was as always too cautious. Moyes done a great job at steadying the ship. And there it stayed for 11 years.

Hes done a decent job at West ham and may have learnt from past mistakes. However, he's not a winner.

As for us, we need to become self sustaining, or UEFA and the EPL need to give their heads a wobble and let chairmen invest their money into clubs that is in line with today's prices for players.

Stop mortgaging the clubs to pay for it and have it as investment with a limited return or allow 0% loans from owners that is in line with their disposable expenditure. Or allow them to have inflated sponsorship with no financial return.

The point being, there is a very small amount of clubs that have gone to the wall because of investment. Let them invest.

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26 Jul 2021 22:46:32
It isn't and I'm not his biggest fan but slating for last night is unfair. He now has a new manager who could get the best out of him.

I feel sorry for him to a degree. He has been around but he was young when he came to us. The last two years should have been the time he kicked on but he's had change in managers at our club at a time he needed focus.

If you take Gray as an example, he is very similar. Another player with promise but has never really took off. He is similar in his return with only 26 goals in 267 games and the same age.

These are players that need some stability, coaching and development.

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26 Jul 2021 18:52:31
Pretty unfair on him last night if that is what you are going by.

He played very well in the second half and was the most creative player. 11 passes only 1 not reaching his man and that was a forward ball to Kenny. 3 chances created and all decent ones. No one really played well in the first half.

Let's try and give these players a chance. Judge them after they've had sometime with the new manager. For me he was the best player of the second half closely followed by Broadhead, who I thought was head and shoulders above Kean.

Its hard I know to see some players in a good light after seeing them be poor for so long. For me it looked like a manager has got hold of him who knows what a winger should play like and to be fair that is what Benitez has done in he past.

Stay positive blues.

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25 Jul 2021 16:05:11
I may have drunk too much of that wine when typing that one ed!

BlueJohnUns

{Ed0666's Note - That’s not wine mate that’s a pipe and some Gil paper at the very least 😂….no worries mate we’ve all drunk texted/posted hence why eds 001 is on a register