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So thus far we have smashed both Wigan and Tottenham and we have stormed up to the top of the table thanks to some Arteta magic.

 

With the clubs haviing foreign takeovers, we seem to be doing much better than these pretenders, the mancs, chelsea and livershite.

 

We are now top of the table and its going to be like that for the remainder of the season!

 

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So thus far we have smashed both Wigan and Tottenham and we have stormed up to the top of the table thanks to some Arteta magic.

 

With the clubs haviing foreign takeovers, we seem to be doing much better than these pretenders, the mancs, chelsea and livershite.

 

We are now top of the table and its going to be like that for the remainder of the season!

 

Discuss

 

Don't be silly...we have played 2 games, everyone else has played 1. Look at Portsmouth last season, off the a flying start then not even in Europe by the end.

Hopefully we end up top 6 but it is going to be a long hard season...

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Don't be silly...we have played 2 games, everyone else has played 1. Look at Portsmouth last season, off the a flying start then not even in Europe by the end.

Hopefully we end up top 6 but it is going to be a long hard season...

 

Everyone else except Spurs :) but i agree, dont bet your house on staying there but its an excellent start.

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Zed    1

Lets enjoy the moment, but dont start getting carried away

 

Last season we went the first 6 games unbeaten and were top of the league

 

Its a long hard season, so lets build on what weve done, confidence breads con confidence and all that bollox

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Saturday, 18 August 2007

Barclays Premier League

Reading v Everton, 15:00

 

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Saturday, 25 August 2007

Barclays Premier League

Everton v Blackburn, 17:15

 

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Saturday, 01 September 2007

Barclays Premier League

Bolton v Everton, 15:00

 

three tough games coming up, if we get 7 points from those it would 13 from a possible 15. that would be a great start. delighted so far, but lets not get carried away. long way to go. bring on Reading!! :)

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Zed    1
Saturday, 18 August 2007

Barclays Premier League

Reading v Everton, 15:00

 

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Saturday, 25 August 2007

Barclays Premier League

Everton v Blackburn, 17:15

 

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Saturday, 01 September 2007

Barclays Premier League

Bolton v Everton, 15:00

 

three tough games coming up, if we get 7 points from those it would 13 from a possible 15. that would be a great start. delighted so far, but lets not get carried away. long way to go. bring on Reading!! :)

 

 

If that read Man u, Liverpool and Blackburn I would have said 3 tough games. But know where your coming from, dont think there are too many easy games

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there is no such thing as an easy game. we have treat every game like a cup final. thats one of the reasons why forest manu and liverpool were so successful

 

it aint over till its over

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I have on say on current form Reading and Bolton should be a push over I would worry against blackburn as I think on their day they are very good. Let's be honest if we want top 6 we need to beat teams like reading and bolton.

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Did you notice Lescotts reaction to the Spurs goal last night?Head in hands!he knew

he'd made a mistake,and boy did it hurt.That was the second goal this season to come

from a bad piece of marking.Lescotts reaction I hope shows his determination to not

make those silly mistakes....add that to the way Howard is playing and the fact that

Baines should also help improve things at the back,and theres every hope that teams

will find it very hard to break us down.

 

Being top for even a short period is nice,enjoy....Spurs fans would swap with us!

Spurs will still be top six.....and I think it's fair to say we wont finish top!

 

BUT.....Those next three games are winable if we play like last night,when lets be honest

we could have won that 5-1 if not for Robinson....Then the confidence factor could/should

kick in and we may well not slip out of the top 6 ourselves.

 

beating 2 crap teams is hardly an achievement

 

Wouldn't call Spurs at home a crap team.......A LUCKY win away at a poor Villa,now

that's what I'd call hardly an achievement!!

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Think it's really important to get a good start and have a decent haul of points before the UEFA kicks in. If we're knocking along in mid-table then the extra commitments in Europe would start to take it out of people and maybe we'd get a bit of subconscious cruise control in the league....seen it happen to many teams in the past. While we're pushing along in the top five or six (or one :D ) the incentive to stay there will push the team on. Really is a dream start, three points at Reading (which will I think be harder than at Spurs) and we're looking very good. Seven point from nine would be an excellent start, nine would be great.

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Zed    1
beating 2 crap teams is hardly an achievement!

Lets see what happens against Reading

 

:lol: I thought it was Everton who are supposed to be bitter, did you really log on here because we've won 2 games

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beating 2 crap teams is hardly an achievement!

Lets see what happens against Reading

 

and i suppose giving oral sex to your uncle isnt considered gay is it you inbred hillbilly son of a whore?

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Lol i dont understand why a Liverpool fan would come on here. I wouldnt dream of disturbing the nest of s*its that is a liverpool fan forum. I guess they just want to know what it feels like to be top of the league :D

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Pos Team....... Pld.....W.......D......L........F........A......Diff.....Pts

 

1 . Everton ....... 2 ......2 ......0 .....0 .......5 .......2 ......3 .......6

2 . Man. City ......2 .....2 ......0 .....0 .......3 .......0 ......3 .......6

3 . Chelsea ........2 .....2 ......0 .....0 .......5 .......3 ......2 .......6

4 . Sunderland ...2 .....1 ......1......0 .......3 ..... .2 .......1 ......4

5 . Newcastle .....1 .....1 ......0 .....0 .......3 .......1 .......2.......3

 

 

 

Man city 2 wins 2 clean sheets.

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Did you notice Lescotts reaction to the Spurs goal last night?Head in hands!he knew

he'd made a mistake,and boy did it hurt.That was the second goal this season to come

from a bad piece of marking.Lescotts reaction I hope shows his determination to not

make those silly mistakes....add that to the way Howard is playing and the fact that

Baines should also help improve things at the back,and theres every hope that teams

will find it very hard to break us down.

 

I wouldn't say it was a real error, he done Lescott with great movement for he header simple as, maybe he could have blocked him off if he was in the right space but he wasn't. It won't happen again anyway.

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Everton have made one of their best starts in many seasons - winning their first two matches convincingly and now looking towards the Reading game for their next three points. They are also sitting proudly on top of the Premier League table and there is even talk about them breaking into the top four. So is this brash arrogance, or are David Moyes's boys really destined for the big time?

 

As the saying goes, the ball is round and anything can happen. But there are a three important factors that can either deflate that ball or make it zip around much faster.

 

How many more players will Everton bring in? Even though Leighton Baines, Phil Jagielka and Steven Pienaar are quality performers, the squad is still rather threadbare. To last the distance, Moyes really needs to draft in classy players such as Manuel Fernandes and Yakubu, as well as blood a few more youngsters from the academy to provide that necessary cover.

 

What will the injury list be like? The influential Tim Cahill and James Vaughan are currently in the treatment room, but more importantly, how long will Goodison talisman Mikel Arteta stay free from injury? Arteta draws physical attention in every game that he plays, so Moyes may have to use him more sparingly to try to keep him injury-free.

 

Who will continue to score the goals? Of the five Everton have netted so far, only one came from a striker - Victor Anichebe. The rest were scored by defenders Joleon Lescott and Alan Stubbs, plus two from midfield dynamo Leon Osman.

 

My view is that if the Toffees bring in good solid players, keep the injuries to a minimum, and continue to contribute goals from defence and midfield, there will be no stopping them breaking into the top four

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Zed    1

Lets all not get too carried away

 

We did pretty well at the stat of last year and were top after about six games

 

Remember that early game at Goodison when they showed the league table at the end of the game

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Lets all not get too carried away

 

We did pretty well at the stat of last year and were top after about six games

 

Remember that early game at Goodison when they showed the league table at the end of the game

 

Ride the wave Zed it'll crash into the rocks soon so let's just enjoy :D

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