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42 minutes ago, duncanmckenzieismagic said:

Why the flying fuck does a seasoned professional on conceding a goal completely out of the blue to put the score at 2-1 to us, knowing full well there is only 30 seconds left to defend the lead, then decide to launch the ball straight into the Newcastle half straight from the kick off thereby gifting them possession?

A 10 year old kid playing Sunday league football would know all he needs to do is keep possession  . Pass it back to the keeper, pass it to the left back or the right back , just pass it to any fucking Everton player but keep the ball for thirty fucking seconds and the points are in the bag 😡😡

The only possible reason I could think would be that he expected the ref to blow up straight away, but then he had enough time to ask the ref how long was left before we restarted the game. 
very naive I think. Poor game management. 

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His problem is attitude, I think. He showed real glimpses today where he picked up the ball and unlocked the play and he put it about a bit, but too much in the end. 

I get the feeling, on his body language and demeanour, that he feels a bit above the situation the club is in. That he didn’t sign up for this mess and holds it against his team mates. Fair enough, but get invested, show a bit of leadership and be a role model to the others. 

That’s a big assumption to make, but that’s what it feels like. There’s a player there, and one we need, but he’s not bought into being at Everton at all.

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Just now, badaids said:

His problem is attitude, I think. He showed real glimpses today where he picked up the ball and unlocked the play and he put it about a bit, but too much in the end. 

I get the feeling, on his body language and demeanour, that he feels a bit above the situation the club is in. That he didn’t sign up for this mess and holds it against his team mates. Fair enough, but get invested, show a bit of leadership and be a role model to the others. 

That’s a big assumption to make, but that’s what it feels like. There’s a player there, and one we need, but he’s not bought into being at Everton at all.

I think you’re reading too much into it. He’s just shit. 

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20 minutes ago, London Blue said:

Can we have a whip round to buy him then fuck him off to Scunthorpe who are about his level?

Put it out on crowd funding and you’d make enough to get rid of a few more. 

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The worst thing about him is that everyone has played with someone like him.....  no matter what level.  The gobby prick with too much to say, never contrite when it's his fault ... usually the bosses son or a spoilt rich kid who thinks he's better than he is. 

Absolute helmet. 

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6 minutes ago, Hafnia said:

The worst thing about him is that everyone has played with someone like him.....  no matter what level.  The gobby prick with too much to say, never contrite when it's his fault ... usually the bosses son or a spoilt rich kid who thinks he's better than he is. 

Absolute helmet. 

I quite like him 😂

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7 minutes ago, c1982 said:

Hard to defend his time at EFC so far but putting that aside... never a red today - very harsh!

His so called experience should’ve meant he didn’t make that challenge though.

He’s one brain fart after another. Topped off by being a shit footballer. I don’t see a single positive thing that he brings to the team. 

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7 minutes ago, Romey 1878 said:

His so called experience should’ve meant he didn’t make that challenge though.

He’s one brain fart after another. Topped off by being a shit footballer. I don’t see a single positive thing that he brings to the team. 

His supposed experience in the left back area should’ve told him not to make stupid tackles like that. Bonus is he’s not playing next game :) 

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9 minutes ago, Aidan said:

It's a shame because he had a couple of nice dribbles and you saw what he is capable of. Then all of a sudden he ruins it for himself and nearly for the team.

Yep, he gifted Watford their second goal. That’s what he’s capable of, week after week. I also remember the end of one of those dribbles being him failing to find a teammate with a simple pass.

While I feel embarrassment at the likes of Niasse playing for us, I feel rage that Delph is an Everton player. The shitehawk. 

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7 minutes ago, Matt said:

His supposed experience in the left back area should’ve told him not to make stupid tackles like that. Bonus is he’s not playing next game :) 

It’s a shame it wasn’t a straight red for violent conduct so he could miss another couple of games. 

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Just now, Romey 1878 said:

I'd have him playing ahead of Sig and Delph every single time. Said it loads of times.

There aren’t many of us left who don’t think he’s useless Mark. 
Plenty who don’t think he cares either, he looked like he cared when Theo scored and at the final whistle yesterday. 

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Just now, StevO said:

There aren’t many of us left who don’t think he’s useless Mark. 
Plenty who don’t think he cares either, he looked like he cared when Theo scored and at the final whistle yesterday. 

People have definitely held on to the anger from his little titty lip episode. He's a very good player still and offers far more than the other two oafs in midfield.

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Just now, Romey 1878 said:

People have definitely held on to the anger from his little titty lip episode. He's a very good player still and offers far more than the other two oafs in midfield.

He has the talent no doubt but only delivers when he wants to, which is about 1 game in 6.

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Just now, London Blue said:

He has the talent no doubt but only delivers when he wants to, which is about 1 game in 6.

Better than 0 games in a season like the others. Until Gomes is back he'd be my first pick for CM every time. Then you've got to pick the best of a bad bunch from the other 3.

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Just now, Romey 1878 said:

Better than 0 games in a season like the others. Until Gomes is back he'd be my first pick for CM every time. Then you've got to pick the best of a bad bunch from the other 3.

Agreed, he was good last game, I would have him and Davies start until we get Gomes back. Hard thing for Carlo is he has to play the cards he has been dealt.

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1 minute ago, London Blue said:

Agreed, he was good last game, I would have him and Davies start until we get Gomes back. Hard thing for Carlo is he has to play the cards he has been dealt.

Thats' why it would have been nice if we'd have managed to get a CM in in January. But hopefully Gomes can hit the ground running when he returns.

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29 minutes ago, Romey 1878 said:

Thats' why it would have been nice if we'd have managed to get a CM in in January. But hopefully Gomes can hit the ground running when he returns.

Tough tho as we have so many central midfielders, and at the time we though Gomes and Gambin were close to return. Getting a decent CM in, even on loan is hard as not many were available. Not to mention the wages and fee we would have to pay.

Better let Carlo see what he has now and, get rid of 3 in the Summer, then get our chosen targets in. As you say hope Gomes is back and back to form quickly.

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20 minutes ago, London Blue said:

Tough tho as we have so many central midfielders, and at the time we though Gomes and Gambin were close to return. Getting a decent CM in, even on loan is hard as not many were available. Not to mention the wages and fee we would have to pay.

Better let Carlo see what he has now and, get rid of 3 in the Summer, then get our chosen targets in. As you say hope Gomes is back and back to form quickly.

I wouldn’t have brought anyone in permanently, that would’ve been silly. But I hope we did all we could to find someone on loan but that we either didn’t deem anyone good enough or we just couldn’t get something done. 

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