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Victory has never been this good since we beat the mancs at the end of last season at Goodison park...

 

the arses coming off a 7-0 victory against middlesborough and i thought i have seen the return of the real thierry henry....

 

but that was never the case today at Goodison!

 

1-0... im still in shock but hey... the arses just like the RS are the easybeats in the premiership...

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This is, undoubtedly, the best day of the season.

 

Dunno if any of you play the IKTS at the Prem site, but my Gooner pal just lost his 4 point banker and -2, for a total of a -6 loss for his backing Arsenal to win.

 

He's been talking sh1t ALL week...now he's eating it.

 

Lovely.

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again we proved that we can take on the best and give them the runaround.

 

bt should have got his 2nd goal tho. it was a sitter and he's missed too many like that.

 

he was too casual about it. maybe he tries too hard not to choke in front of goal and that makes him overly casual. he'll never regain his england place until he stop missing those sitters.

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any fellow blue tell me how the players rated as everyone else seems to talk sh*t about us.specially as i am in the heart of manchester. with surprisingly no man u fans but plenty of kopites and gooners

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This is, undoubtedly, the best day of the season.

 

Dunno if any of you play the IKTS at the Prem site, but my Gooner pal just lost his 4 point banker and -2, for a total of a -6 loss for his backing Arsenal to win.

 

He's been talking sh1t ALL week...now he's eating it.

 

Lovely.

Got myself 3pts with IKTS!!! Woo Hoo!

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In after game interview DM said Beattie went into dressing room, and gave his bottle of champagne to Osman, who BT thought was the BEST PLAYER ON THE PITCH. :)

 

Geat stuff.

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martyn - 2 fantastic saves in the early part of the first half. largely untroubled for the rest of the game. goal kicks a bit wayward from time to time

 

hibbert - superb, why is he not in the england squad? passion, committment, played very well

 

valente - got forward well, communciated well with kilbane, a bit suspect on tackles tho

 

Ferrari - look good again before going off. we really must sign him

 

Weir - as much as i criticise him, lets be fair he did well today, did nothing wrong

 

Stubbs - Good to see him back in a blue shirt. Fitted back in as if he'd never been gone. Did the simple things well

 

Arteta - creative, worked hard, got stuck in. Another solid performance

 

Cahill - here, there and everywhere, must be one of the best bargains in premiership history, back on top form now

 

Neville - sat in the midfield, marshalled the team well. never lets us down. good signing

 

Kilbane - Worked extremely hard, made lots of little tackles and blocks, but when had the ball his passing was on the whole quite poor

 

Osman - Really turned things around. Start of the season he wasn't looking good enough, but the last few weeks have seen a massive improvement. he was brilliant today, clever runs and touches and a great work ethic

 

Beattie - Immense, gave campbell et al a torid time. jumped for every header, battled hard and got his rewards. we are now seeing why we paid £6 million for him

 

 

Of course this is only my opinion, your thoughts are welcome guys !!

 

Come on you Blues!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

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don't forget the last ten mins when I thought Arsenal would press forward, DM plays his ace and brings Big Dunc on to cause massive probs for Arsenal's defence.

Campbels face when Dunc came on was a picture, " sh*t 83mins i've been run ragged now they bring him on". Five seconds later Dunc runs straight into him then stands on his foot a couple of times, then has a tussle on the touchline and for good measure a elbow to the jaw, who said football wasn't physical.

 

PS did Dunc shake his hand at the end, DID HE F*CK!!!

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don't forget the last ten mins when I thought Arsenal would press forward, DM plays his ace and brings Big Dunc on to cause massive probs for Arsenal's defence.

Campbels face when Dunc came on was a picture, " sh*t 83mins i've been run ragged now they bring him on". Five seconds later Dunc runs straight into him then stands on his foot a couple of times, then has a tussle on the touchline and for good measure a elbow to the jaw, who said football wasn't physical.

 

PS did Dunc shake his hand at the end, DID HE F*CK!!!

 

Ha! Ha! Too true.

DM thougt, "Well then, just so's the Arse dont get any funny ideas..."

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I am so glad for James Beattie, he had a horrible time for his first 9 months of his Goodison career - (a lot down to injuries than can happen to any player). But since he has had a decent run in the team, I think he has shown he is a good buy for us.

 

His work rate in all the games has been great - he looks very fit and very strong - All this culminated in the goal he scored today.Should have scored a second, though.

 

I hope all you who have been down on him for the first 9 months are now glad to be eating your words. Over the past 15 league games he has been one, if not our best and most consistent players overall. And becasue of all the injuries he has had this is basically all we SHOULD be judgong him on.

 

I also thought Osman had a very good game - and beattie giving him the Champers was a nice touch.

 

But the whole team deserve credit today - becasue in the main we limited Arsenal to pot shots on our goal. To be honest all in all we created the better chances in the main.

 

This game should boost the confidence of the squad no end.

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Ive said many times BT should not have been signed last january,he was unfit,uninterested and had an air of couldnt be arsed about him.

 

But for the first time today he looked fit,hungry and it was a well timed goal,and yes he should have had a second.

 

Rob its not a qustion of eating my words,far from it,he's been here a year and if the boards had'nt have gone down you could have this,i've maintianed that he shouldnt have come last january for the above reasons.

 

Now he is starting to look like a premiership player at long last,he should after 12 months FFS,but i hope it continues.

 

It was a great performance,but the arse where dire,they really are a one man show,if Henry dosent play well,the rest of the team dont either,but that aside,we can now look with relative ease to the rest of the season.

 

I am concerned about the bookings we're picking up though,the squad is'nt big enough to have players out,cahill would have been sent off if he'd caught Henry thats for sure,but thankfully he got away with it.

 

Osman was a big difference to the team,perhaps DM needs to grow a pair and start calling him a first team regular now,he's earned it.

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Crazy end to a crazy week...Crackin Resiult & performance...never a dull Moment around this place..COYB...!!!

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I just wish we could play the top sides more often,we do well agaisnt them,its the other sides where things go wrong.

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Ive said many times BT should not have been signed last january,

 

 

the transfer windows make signing a lot harder. bt, (like koldrup), was injured when signed. but what can you do?

 

you can't choose when to sign a player. it makes the risk much greater. i think a little more flexibility is needed.

 

also the january transfer window seems particularly risky. clubs are very reluctant to let their best players go in the middle of a season.

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You dont sign injured players simple as that.

 

AVM and BT are prime examples of that flawed policy

 

Koldrup wasnt injured when he signed..just a bit of a jessie who couldnt cut the mustard over here

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Don't know why a chelsea fans posting on here must be very sad or bored of how his team have bought success. Great game alot of passion and commitment and the amazing thing is i think we could have won by more than just 1-0. Should give us a bit of confidence going into the next few games.

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Zed    1

What a difference a day makes. Over the past couple of days most people on here have been suffering from serious depression (you know, with us being on a five game un beaten run and all), but the recent transfer dealing are the main cause of that.

 

But, yesterday I really enjoyed that game of football and after watching the MOTD highlights it made me realise that there is no substitute to going the game. So many of the incidents were missed, and all added up to make a great 90 mins of football.

 

But for the first time today he looked fit,hungry.

 

Obviously fozzie you havent seen or heard of beatties performances for the last 10 games, because he plays like that every week, for as far as I can remember.

 

Or you have chosen to forget

 

Give some credit where its due for a change or where you expecting a defeat.

 

We'll probably get beat next week and the sky will be falling in again

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We'll probably get beat next week and the sky will be falling in again.

 

weve got chelsea nx week and we usually play well against them. they were lucky to get a draw out of us.

 

a win would be a fantastic result and really restore moral in the side.

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Zed

 

Given that the last 10 games includ 2 4-0 drubbings and a couple more woeful performances you can hardly say he's been turning it on in all that time,because he hasnt.

 

My argument is simple,he should have been signed this time LAST year,its taken him 12 months to get his fitness levels right,and for a professional thats just plain wrong,if you care not to see it well,thats your problem.

 

I think i said in the the V's arsenal thread we'd nick it or be slaughtered,so i was right there..the proof is in the pudding as they say..look here

 

Of course i'm happy things are finally starting turn round,its almost febuary so thank god they are.

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Zed    1

Fozzie, you could put a negative spin on winning the lottery

 

By harping back over old ground just to prove a point is a bit sad, MY point is that beattie has been playing like that for a long time

 

You haven't seen that or choose not to and thats your problem. Im well aware of the past and i'll keep looking for positives. You can stick with your negatives

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I can see fozzies point that it shouldnt have taken 12 months to get our prize asset fully fit and it was poor business to be spending masses of money on him knowing he was unfit & injured.

 

Having said that i totaly agree with Zed Beattie has turned it on for us in the last 10 games even when we lost. He has run his heart out every week and all thats missing is regular goals he needs to be more clinical. Beattie has played a massive part in our revival leading from the front and defending deep in their half. Long may it continue and on current form he is on for maybe 12-15 goals this season so if he picks up his concentration and finishes more of the chances he gets we could be looking at a real strikers return next season!

 

COYB

 

We still need to sort our shit with transfares & general management of the club but the team are definatly moving in the right direction :D

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2 players tranfered last january

 

Ashton..18 goals 46 games..cost 3 mill..sold for 7..=4 mill profit.

 

Bt has hpw many now?

 

Cant be arsed to look it up,and its hardly going back on old ground when against bolton we had our first shot on target in the 87th minute is it??

 

Its not that long ago FFS.

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i would foz, im always happier than you :lol:

All am i going to say is - after the Bolton game, Bolton had scored as many goals at Goodison as BT had.

 

Thats not a good statistic.

 

Our form of late has picked up remarkably and we are playing much better football with the inclusion of Osman again (should never have been left out for DAvies!)

 

However, my laughing stock post still stands - £5m for a player to not use him and then sell him for £3.5m - its a joke.

 

Alan Stubbs - 34 yrs old - goes against all of Moyes' transfer policies.

 

The scouting system at the club must be very poor - the only left back they could find was Pistone and the CB they could find was Kroldrup - someone somewhere needs an arse kicking.

 

The Arsenal game

 

Man of the Match - a fair split between Hibbert and Osman.

 

Hibbert did not allow Henry to play his usual casual game - instead henry looked rattled and confused and when he tried to drift away from hibbert, hibbert followed - Henry didn't look sharp because Hibbert didn't let him.

 

Osman - Tremendous - even before I knew about him having a bout of the wildies!

His dribbling and passing was spot on - he never gave up and it was a joy to watch.

 

Beattie - where has the energy come from - its disappointing that we haven't seen this from him already - but better late than never! his goal was superb and any striker would be proud of the way he battled through the middle and beat lehmann.

His second clear cut chance should have been a goal - but he was far to casual - even over-confident!

 

martyn - great couple of saves made - one of them in a one on one with Ljundberg - who has to be odds on favourite to score every time.

 

Ferrari - did anything get past him?

Stubbs & Weir - we sat a bit deep when Stubbs came on (probably due to pace issues!) but the job was comfortable and no mistakes where made - nice and simple, the way defending should be.

 

Valente - ran all game, passing down the line was as good as anybodies all day! Kilbane couldn't believe how much ball he was getting from his LB! Tackling was good - a little dodgy at times, but overall good.

 

KIlbane - sadly for him probably the worst EFc player on the day due to his lack of confidence and touch in the first half.

Picked himself up well in the 2nd though and made some nice runs and passes - notably the run where he was ploughed down by Pires? (or was it fabregas?).

 

Tim Cahill - I think someone already mentioned it - - here, there, everywhere - top quality performance from Tim - just like last season. Had a good header but it was always that bit too high! Solid - tackling, passing and foresight - first class. It could be hard keeping hold of him next season.

 

Arteta - this guy is turning into an icon at Goodison - his trickery, little spurts of pace and darts past defenders are a joy to watch as they have been a rarity at Goodison for such a long time. His skill is superb - his passing is just as good - his reading of the game is excellent.

 

Neville - again here, there, everywhere - top performance in a blue shirt from him. Nothing really got passed him and the Arsenal midfield where shocked by his ferocious slide tackles and blocks - a rock in the midfield - the arsenal game showed why we signed him. the voice in the game!

 

Big Dunc - what more can I say - brought on to slow the Arsenal back four - came straight on and tussled with Sol Campbell - Sol didn't like it at all. Happy days - Dunc isn't going anywhere !!!

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... the arses just like the RS are the easybeats in the premiership...

 

 

Liverpool the easy beaters of the Premiership eh Reg? :huh:

Just have a nice,long hard look at the Premiership table Reg and you will see how many Everton have lost all season so far as compared to Liverpool (we had a 10 match winning run not too long ago if you remember)

You show yourself up Reg as one of the most bitter Evertonians there could possibly be...and your logic seems to be on here - twist the argument round to make Everton look the successful club and Liverpool the unsuccessful club.

If it werent so laughable Reg,i would almost feel sorry for you - but your enthusiasm towards your cause is comendable at least :D

Perhaps when Everton has won 18 league championships and 5 European cups Reg...then you might be taken seriously with your anti Liverpool comments, until that time...dream on pal :lol:

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Our reg is a great angler, every time he casts his line he always hooks onto a catch, squirming and sqealing on the end. Hook Line and Sinker.

 

YOU KEEP REELING THEM IN REG, THEY'RE DAFT ENOUGH TO TAKE THE BAIT. :P:P:P .

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Our reg is a great angler, every time he casts his line he always hooks onto  a catch, squirming and sqealing on the end.  Hook Line and Sinker.

 

YOU KEEP REELING THEM IN REG,  THEY'RE DAFT ENOUGH TO TAKE THE BAIT. :P   :P   :P .

:lol:

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Our reg is a great angler

 

 

And as Licker says...They all take the Worm..Even when reg has the net out Just gently trawling.........!!!

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Reference my BT post recently where I accused him of spending 90 mins a week playing with his tits, I owe him an apology.

 

For me, in a striker would I prefer a super workrate or making the most of the chances that come his way, hhhhmmmm.

 

Time will tell with BT, but for me the jury is still out. Please James prove me wrong and do a hat-trick against Chelski this week-end. (50-1 at William Hill) :D

 

ATB

 

Mac

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... the arses just like the RS are the easybeats in the premiership...

Liverpool the easy beaters of the Premiership eh Reg? :huh:

Just have a nice,long hard look at the Premiership table Reg and you will see how many Everton have lost all season so far as compared to Liverpool (we had a 10 match winning run not too long ago if you remember)

You show yourself up Reg as one of the most bitter Evertonians there could possibly be...and your logic seems to be on here - twist the argument round to make Everton look the successful club and Liverpool the unsuccessful club.

If it werent so laughable Reg,i would almost feel sorry for you - but your enthusiasm towards your cause is comendable at least :D

Perhaps when Everton has won 18 league championships and 5 European cups Reg...then you might be taken seriously with your anti Liverpool comments, until that time...dream on pal :lol:

 

your team are the easybeats... your shitty team couldnt manage to get points and goals out of chelsea and manure... and heck your shitty team cannot even beat the arses :lol: ...

 

and you think your team is successful because your team won 5 trophies? i dont know wherebouts you RS get 18 premiership titles from because i havent seen them any premiership titles other than blackburn, aston villa, manure, arses and chelski:lol:

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your team are the easybeats... your shitty team couldnt manage to get points and goals out of chelsea and manure... and heck your shitty team cannot even beat the arses :lol: ...

 

and you think your team is successful because your team won 5 trophies? i dont know wherebouts you RS get 18 premiership titles from because i havent seen them any premiership titles other than blackburn, aston villa, manure, arses and chelski:lol:

 

Well said Reg, there aint much he can come back with after that..........

 

Apart from bitter blues, 5 times & 18 LEAGUE tiltles but he would have said all that whaterver we replyed, predictable to say the least!

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Well said Reg, there aint much he can come back with after that..........

 

Apart from bitter blues, 5 times & 18 LEAGUE tiltles but he would have said all that whaterver we replyed, predictable to say the least!

 

 

Yeah - its all in the past - and apart from the CL last year (yes - LAST year), I doubt that any of the RS fans where even sperm in their dads sack the last time the RS won the league.

 

so its irrelevant really.

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Reference my BT post recently where I accused him of spending 90 mins a week playing with his tits, I owe him an apology.

 

For me, in a striker would I prefer a super workrate or making the most of the chances that come his way, hhhhmmmm. 

 

Time will tell with BT, but for me the jury is still out. Please James prove me wrong and do a hat-trick against Chelski this week-end. (50-1 at William Hill) :D

 

ATB

 

Mac

The jurys always been out on BT with me for many reasons

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In response to the comments above...you can add the 3 UEFA cups, 3 European Super cups, 7 league cups and 6 FA cups that Liverpool have also won other than the 18 League titles and 5 European cups.

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In response to the comments above...you can add the 3 UEFA cups, 3 European Super cups, 7 league cups and 6 FA cups that Liverpool have also won other than the 18 League titles and 5 European cups.

 

 

Yeah - but so what? Half of the trophies have been nicked by your most loyal fans.

 

Also - I wish that the internet was not virtual, becuase right now I would be presenting rinkydink with a big medal for his clubs achievements whilst he was nothing more than sperm in his unknown dad's dick!

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You can say "murdering scum" and so on... for as long as you like :rolleyes:  

We can see the situation for what it really is.

....and that is that Everton are a very unsuccessful club and its fans are very bitter at the most successful English football club of all time called LFC  :D

 

See no answer just blah blah blah avoid the point again why dont you!

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