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Daily Telegraph Says Everton In "meltdown"

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Click: Telegraph story

 

Perhaps they haven't noticed the results Everton have had recently when palyers have been missing.

 

The loss of Arteta is huge, but Saha, Jacobsen and Yobo are available, Jo has arrived and Osman, Anichebe and Pienaar are not long term injuries.

 

I don't know what the point of the article is.

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I was listening to that tosser Tony Gale on SSN thi smorning, he to was describing how our season has ended and we will be lucky to hold on to 6th. DM needs to show these reports to the lads in the dressing room, it could really help inspire them to even greater efforts............... ;)

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the reports are a crock of sh*t. Even without our teta, we will be fine. Our fixtures ARE very winnable. Our other players are recovering from injuries, Pienaar, Osman, Saha, Fellaini. I fully expect us to hang on to 6th if not push a little higher

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We always seem stronger when overcoming hard times. Moyes knows how to get the most out of players when they are down on their luck. We played our worst football this season with a full squad available to us. Strange that. Obviously the loss of Arteta is huge, but to say we are a one man squad is a disgrace. We have alot of people coming back. We'll be alright.

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We played our worst football this season with a full squad available to us.

 

A good point, our team at Wigan, which must have been the lowest point, was...

 

Tim Howard

Phil Neville

Joseph Yobo

Joleon Lescott

Phil Jagielka

Tim Cahill

Marouane Fellaini

Mikel Arteta

Leon Osman

Louis Saha

Ayegbeni Yakubu

Not much wrong with that team on paper...only Pienaar missing through injury I guess.

 

And the only two contenders for MOTM were (I think) Howard and Baardhi :( .

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