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#1 Evertonly One

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Posted 04 Sep 2007 - 20:11

Andy Johnson is Great Goalscorer And a hard worker but the last few matches he seems to have played as an in and out Goal scorer he seems to be setting up everyone else but hes not taking many chances not saying thats a bad thing but Whats everyone elses take on this

PS: Im new so dont hurt me :unsure:
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Posted 04 Sep 2007 - 22:06

He's Just low on confidence, one he gets one he'll get us 15-20 this season.
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#3 Evertonly One

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Posted 04 Sep 2007 - 22:25

He's Just low on confidence, one he gets one he'll get us 15-20 this season.



20 Goals Would be nice! :D
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#4 Blue 250

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Posted 04 Sep 2007 - 22:31

AJ will score goals!......When he isn't scoring he's creating or making room for others.
Most forwards are confidence players,he was bought to score goals he will be dissapointed
he hasn't got any yet this season.....but he hasen't played badly,were third and he's just
got called for England,so things aren't too bad.

Sure he needs a goal,he'll probably pop up with the winner against Man Utd.
Gravo's the type of player who will thread the ball through to him also Pienaar,both of
those have only just come into the team.......no more wasted high balls at AJ!!
At last he may get some decent through balls.....then the goals will come.
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#5 Evertonly One

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Posted 04 Sep 2007 - 22:48

AJ will score goals!......When he isn't scoring he's creating or making room for others.
Most forwards are confidence players,he was bought to score goals he will be dissapointed
he hasn't got any yet this season.....but he hasen't played badly,were third and he's just
got called for England,so things aren't too bad.

Sure he needs a goal,he'll probably pop up with the winner against Man Utd.
Gravo's the type of player who will thread the ball through to him also Pienaar,both of
those have only just come into the team.......no more wasted high balls at AJ!!
At last he may get some decent through balls.....then the goals will come.


Especially smile_anim:
With Yak breathing down his neck!

going bed cheers!
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#6 Maghull70

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Posted 05 Sep 2007 - 05:31

20 Goals Would be nice! :D



Nice!! 20 goals for AJ this season would be a bloody miracle (hope I'm wrong though).
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#7 Blue4Ever

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Posted 05 Sep 2007 - 08:29

Next season he will get 20 so will Yakubu. this season I can see Johnson getting about 13 Yak getting 15.
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#8 The Famous EFC

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Posted 05 Sep 2007 - 09:08

Yakubu will be our goalscorer this season I can only see Johnson getting 7 or 8.
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Posted 05 Sep 2007 - 10:21

An assist is just as good as the goal. No goals with no assists! So between them AJ and Yak will make an equal contribution I think Yak with more goals and AJ with more assists.
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#10 thebluenose

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Posted 05 Sep 2007 - 13:51

AJ is low on confidence but hes running his heart out all day and night and making good runs down the channels. assisting is a great contribution to the game and if he can and yak do both assisting and scoring we will do well this season
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#11 BlueBri

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Posted 05 Sep 2007 - 14:15

Patience and time. That's all AJ needs. His confidence maybe low, but he hasn't lost his belief, as everyone has been saying, he has been running his heart out. With the players we now have at the club, it is not a matter of if but when is AJ going hit the net. The quality of the balls being fed through now is getting better by the game. Once Yak has settled in and the partnership is settled, AJ will be poaching from Yaks held up balls and knock downs, while Yak will feed from the swift defense splitting running that AJ provides. Thay both have pace in buckets and there are not too many defenses, if any, that are relishing the prospect of playing them.

IMO AJ should get about 15 for us this year with Yak closing on the 20. But with the rest of the squad also chipping in regularly, I think our goal difference is going to be pretty healthy this year.
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#12 Fozastuta

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Posted 05 Sep 2007 - 14:16

He isn't a great finisher, but he must be great to play alongside. He never stops, and his contribution on Sat was fantastic. Yakubu will benifit from playing with him. 10 goal a season man.
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Posted 05 Sep 2007 - 18:13

AJ scored 12 goals last year and with beattie as his partner so i think your been a little negative on him ,think he will get past 15 this year league only and a few more in all cup compations

but im used to the negative people on here now i wonder sometimes if the people on here ar even everton supporters

Edited by graham1248, 05 Sep 2007 - 18:17.

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#14 c1982

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Posted 05 Sep 2007 - 20:23

An assist is just as good as the goal. No goals with no assists! So between them AJ and Yak will make an equal contribution I think Yak with more goals and AJ with more assists.


You can score without an assist e.g. defender gives away possesion/ many solo efforts... but I see what you mean ;)
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#15 Maghull70

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Posted 06 Sep 2007 - 06:12

AJ scored 12 goals last year and with beattie as his partner so i think your been a little negative on him ,think he will get past 15 this year league only and a few more in all cup compations

but im used to the negative people on here now i wonder sometimes if the people on here ar even everton supporters



Being Negative (or more acurately REALISTIC) is part and parcel of being an Evertonian.

I could turn your statement around and say “you are so positive that I wonder whether you are a true Evertonian”
As a child I was always OPTIMISTIC, as an adult I’ve become more REALISTIC and if my Dad is anything to go by I will become NEGATIVE in my old age.

Perhaps you are young and in an optimistic stage, if so then I’m sorry to tell you are more than likely to become more negative as you get older.
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#16 Simon

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Posted 06 Sep 2007 - 10:30

i reckon assists are AJ's thing, i 'd like to see him out wide when Vaughan comes back, i think he played out wide for brum for a while, Yak will be top scorer i think.
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#17 Jackelz

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Posted 06 Sep 2007 - 13:24

for the money we payed for johnson he has to score at least 10 goals a season. any less just wont hack it. same for yakz.
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#18 EFCfanatic

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Posted 07 Sep 2007 - 12:45

You can score without an assist e.g. defender gives away possesion/ many solo efforts... but I see what you mean ;)


Damn right you do. We don't luck like that anyway! <_<
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