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#1 Louis

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Posted 18 Mar 2007 - 19:18

Do you reckon that if Moyes hadn't have been booed at Spurs he would have played for a point today and not kept an attacking formation throughout the game like he did today?
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#2 aaron

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Posted 18 Mar 2007 - 19:21

think you have it spot on there, think moyes is just gettin his own back at the boo boys. liked the way everton never sat on that 1 goal lead, they pressed forward for those last 30 seconds of the game hunting the second
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#3 Simon

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Posted 18 Mar 2007 - 19:22

No, because they just had a week off, there would have been no excuses for another lacklustre performance today.
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#4 Romey 1878

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Posted 18 Mar 2007 - 19:24

Yes I think you're right, but IMO in the back of DM's mind he hopes that one time we'll push to the end and concede late on so he ram it down the throats of the people who booed
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#5 Zed

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Posted 18 Mar 2007 - 21:13

Yes I think you're right, but IMO in the back of DM's mind he hopes that one time we'll push to the end and concede late on so he ram it down the throats of the people who booed



I think thats a bit too cynical

But we were only tlaking about this after the match and I thought that the substitutions and the subsequent booing have turned our season

I seriously dont think DM thinks that, how many times have we sat back and lost a lte goal, spurs chelsea and mcity spring to mind, I think the booing just made him realise that the supports arent happy

As I said at the time on here, I have never seen a crowd turn so unanimously
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#6 thebluenose

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Posted 18 Mar 2007 - 21:27

well to be fair. since the spurs game we have been more attack minded than when we were beforehand.

plus we havnt lost since the spurs game either so why complain. lets hope we can keep up the wins and get into europe.
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#7 Bill

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Posted 18 Mar 2007 - 22:13

Shows how much that result has cost us (Spurs). Even a draw would have given us an extra point and spurs would have 2 points less, we would have been ahead them now, Multiply that with the Wigan, Man City, and a pathetic boxing day performance against Middlesboro, and we would be pushing L'pool for 4th spot now.

Great result today tho, weve lost some points through injury time goals against us, so it was good to get some back. :)
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#8 MikeO

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Posted 18 Mar 2007 - 22:33

Shows how much that result has cost us (Spurs). Even a draw would have given us an extra point and spurs would have 2 points less, we would have been ahead them now...


Er...we are ahead of them now Bill.

And if you really think Mark that DM wants to concede a late goal to prove a point a point then I'd call that borderline paranoid delusional rather than cynical. Never heard anything so ridiculous.

Edited by MikeO, 18 Mar 2007 - 22:35.

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#9 Bill

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Posted 19 Mar 2007 - 08:01

Mike said................Er...we are ahead of them now Bill.



Typo Mike, i meant Comfortably ahead. :)
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#10 GoldfishMemory

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Posted 19 Mar 2007 - 15:05

I think the booing was possibly just another lesson in David Moyes managerial growth, I'v said it before and I'll say it now the lad was pissing me off big time first half of the season but he seems for the past 3-4 months to have been proactive in developing his managerial style. Formations & substitutes etc have proven that to me and he's won me back around!
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