Posted 27 Feb 2008 - 01:44
I would like to thank the players, Bill Kenwright and especially David Moyes.
I have been an Evertionian since I could walk, my dad took me to see us lift the trophy in 87 and I have been addicted ever since.
I'm a proud Everton fan and always have been, but this season I feel a different kind of pride...
going into the Man City game, they were on form, taking Man U apart, one of the best home records in the league, but I knew, I KNEW we were going to win, our players would go out and do the business...
this is the best Everton team I have ever seen, the way they play, the individual talent, the team work and I would like to stand up an appluad Davie Moyes for what he has done to our club.
bringing in skill, attacking prowess and rock solid defence. I am truly proud of the boys this season. more goals scored then the shite. better football then the shite. when i see us taking teams apart and look over the park and see Beneathus playing 10 men behind the ball and hoofing it to gerrad/torres then you see us, real style, goals from all over the pitch, it truly does bring a smile to my face. (as soon as we realize that we can hold our own with the 'big 3' then we can move to an even bigger stage).
k you lot can take the piss if you want but I wanted it said.
thank you, thank you so much, the term 'School of Science' has never been more apt.
Posted 27 Feb 2008 - 08:35
Fine post, personally think we've got a little way to go before we quite reach the heights you describe, but we're well on the way and there's definitely a special feel about the club this year that we haven't had since the eighties.
Posted 27 Feb 2008 - 09:39
Nil Satis Nisi Optimum :-)
Posted 27 Feb 2008 - 10:35
Posted 27 Feb 2008 - 11:12
After Pienaar went off we had nobody who could play football, so it was clear the lines to Yak and AJ.
Posted 27 Feb 2008 - 11:16
Posted 27 Feb 2008 - 11:33
I think it's only to be expected when you're away from home, leading in a very important match that players get a little edgy and hoof the ball in the last 20 mins or so, I'd rather they do that than do a Fernandez and get caught in dangerous positions and nearly cost us goals. I think Pienaar is a great player but I didn't think he was overly spectacular the other night, Yakubu, Osman, even Cahill and Carsley all had fine games on the ball. I think the performance was faultless on Monday personally, apart from Fernandez' 10 minute cameo.
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