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#1 adz09

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Posted 26 Jan 2006 - 15:28

Just want to sing this lifelong evertonians form of late. after a shaky start i think he is proving to be the best right back in the country,english anyway. surely he has got to go the worldcup. he's far better than young. what you guys think?
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#2 Adam

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Posted 26 Jan 2006 - 15:40

Although I rate him and would love to see him in an England shirt the problem you have with him is going forward and crossing the ball.

However said that he has been getting better at linking up the midfield and getting crosses in but think that the world cup will be to early.

Also 2 other things stop him from going

1) Neville will be picked to play right back if injured it will be Young.
2) and most important. He plays for Everton
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#3 GoldfishMemory

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Posted 26 Jan 2006 - 15:53

Just want to sing this lifelong evertonians form of late. after a shaky start i think he is proving to be the best right back in the country,english anyway. surely he has got to go the worldcup. he's far better than young. what you guys think?

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Tony's doing well at the mo' but i think we Evertonians are being a bit blinded by our love for the tough tackle. As far as i can see Tony falls apart when he passes the half way line and 70% of his tackles are made after he has either lost the ball or been skinned by someone.

Having said that he played Henry out of the game on Saturday so if England want a fu*king pit bull to patrole the right hand side of defence Tony could be the man. My thoughts are that they want a fancy, dancy right back who can cross the ball as well as Beckham that puts Mr Hibbert on a beach with his bird during the world cup unfortunatly.
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Posted 27 Jan 2006 - 02:19

Please,hibbos a good right back,but no way in hell is he england class
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#5 StevO

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Posted 27 Jan 2006 - 11:25

he needs to spend more time on his crossing in training, he strangely improves his crossing when arteta plays RM, but when its anybody else he forgets again! weird
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Posted 28 Jan 2006 - 07:42

Please,hibbos a good right back,but no way in hell is he england class

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his crossings excellent. much better than it used to be, he's obviously been working on it.

he's rock solid and very little gets past him.
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#7 Bill

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Posted 28 Jan 2006 - 08:17

if he gets injured we will miss him, got no cover at all for fullback. :(
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#8 GoldfishMemory

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Posted 28 Jan 2006 - 08:38

his crossings excellent.

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Is there a Tony Hibbert playing for Runcorn FC or sumat cos our TH can not cross a football!
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Posted 28 Jan 2006 - 15:36

his crossings excellent. much better than it used to be, he's obviously been working on it.

he's rock solid and very little gets past him.

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:lol: :lol: :lol:

Now that made me laugh
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