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Is everyone forgetting how piss poor Paterson was before he got injured? There is probably never a perfect time for a player to get an injury but that has to be close to it

For as good as his performance was at Brighton his performance against the same opposition at Goodison was shocking

I like the lad and think he will turn out to be a very good signing for us but he definitely needed time out of the side

 

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11 hours ago, Newty82 said:

He didn't say he wasn't impressed with him, he spoke about him and Garner and said...

“He’ll (Garner) grow and learn as time goes on,” Dyche stated.

“Obviously at the minute it’s going to be a fast-track learning but there are a few players out there.

“Patto is a young player still, you forget that, they’re developing players, they’re not rounded Premier League bona fide players, they’ve got to develop and learn about that.

“Again, these are tough times for them to learn through but that’s the challenge.”

Then said after the Leicester game...

I kind of agree though that from our experience of Holgate and Godfrey, it maybe could have been better to put Patty in. But, again, how do we know what's going on other than to assume and let bias lead our thoughts?

I mean, obviously you wouldn't let bias lead your thoughts. No way. Not a chance 😉😂.

😂 biased who me never 👎 poetic license is my thing embellish on what was said to make it more interesting 😂

No matter what words he used he was not picking Patterson because he didn’t think he was ready or better than Holgate or Godfrey as the RB to cover for Coleman. No one’s exempt from critique not even Dyche, and I think he was wrong in both those games, and the performance away at Brighton as a team bore that out, maybe if he made the 2 changes in defence for the Leicester game we might not of conceded the 2 goals we did and won that game as well. And that doesn’t come from any form bias or hindsight 😂

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1 hour ago, duncanmckenzieismagic said:

Is everyone forgetting how piss poor Paterson was before he got injured? There is probably never a perfect time for a player to get an injury but that has to be close to it

For as good as his performance was at Brighton his performance against the same opposition at Goodison was shocking

I like the lad and think he will turn out to be a very good signing for us but he definitely needed time out of the side, and Holgate and Godfrey were better options 🙈🙊

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2 hours ago, duncanmckenzieismagic said:

We can take advantage of potentially tired legs at Brighton because they have no depth of squad to swap out those legs with quality. City, on the other hand, is a different story altogether. Dyche will need a different game plan against them, including setting someone to be an absolute bulldog against Haaland. Either that will work, or we could see a red card (especially if that bulldog is Mina). The game will be won or lost, though, in midfield, which is a tough ask. Gueye, Garner, and Doucoure: the City game is in your hands.

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17 minutes ago, Cornish Steve said:

We can take advantage of potentially tired legs at Brighton because they have no depth of squad to swap out those legs with quality. City, on the other hand, is a different story altogether. Dyche will need a different game plan against them, including setting someone to be an absolute bulldog against Haaland. Either that will work, or we could see a red card (especially if that bulldog is Mina). The game will be won or lost, though, in midfield, which is a tough ask. Gueye, Garner, and Doucoure: the City game is in your hands.

Mina marking Haaland and being a bulldog...

 

Baaahahahahahhahahaahahaaaa :rofl:

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On 09/05/2023 at 08:00, Formby said:

I was wavering a bit about Dyche but yesterday was sensational - the best we have played in years. What he has done with McNeil is unbelievable. Doucoure, too. If he can get the players to play like that more regularly, we'll be having conversations about Europe - and not just where we're going on holiday.   

Good lord, can we just avoid relegation first :) this is far from over. Let’s revisit on May 28. 

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  • 2 weeks later...

Breathtaking finish to the season, relief all round, summer of optimism, imagine what this manager can do with a full season. Where have I seen that before 🤔
 

Tongue in cheek comments aside...we need to keep dyche. We need stability somewhere. Next season could bring change in multiple areas - owner, board, stadium, player turnover.

that said, if he starts Maupay against BOU - "dyche out" 😂😂😂 

 

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48 minutes ago, Goodison Glory said:

Agreed. When that lot took over NCL was Howe already there or was it Bruce? I seem to recall they stuck with Howe when they could've jumped for a sexier name. They stuck with it and have been repaid for avoid that knee jerk reaction.

As far as I can remember they fucked Bruce off instantly and hired Howe.

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52 minutes ago, Goodison Glory said:

Agreed. When that lot took over NCL was Howe already there or was it Bruce? I seem to recall they stuck with Howe when they could've jumped for a sexier name. They stuck with it and have been repaid for avoid that knee jerk reaction.

Bruce was at Newcastle when they where taken over, and he left a few weeks later. New owner appointed Howe, and everything has gone perfect for them since - gone from a team fighting relegation to CL qualification in around 18months. The jammy fuckers - everything we touch turns to shit and everything they seem to touch has turned to gold.

I know we are being looked at for a take over, but its not looking like it going to be any sort of Man City or Newcastle type takeover. I can only wonder timing wise - could either of those two deals have been Everton FC?. Right time at the right place seems to be how you become a great football club again. 

Not jealous at all - honest.

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I feel bad because I really wanted Lampard to succeed because he is a good guy and overlooked his flaws.

I feel bad because I underestimated Eddie Howe, I looked down on him and didn't take his success at Bournemouth seriously. 

I wish Eddie Howe well and hope he and Newcastle do well, they are a model of how to spend new found cash, we are the opposite.

We should keep Dyche for a couple of seasons, fix the squad with a couple of strikers to cover / compliment DCL, a couple of new center backs and some creative players / wingers, not to mention left back right back cover. We need a rebuild and Dyche is the man to build the foundations. We play some decent football under him, so give him a chance, he has earnt it.

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3 hours ago, Romey 1878 said:

As far as I can remember they fucked Bruce off instantly and hired Howe.

Bruce went to them as soon as they came in and offered to go, give them a fresh start, with a big fat wedge of cash in his pocket. 

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12 hours ago, StevO said:

Bruce went to them as soon as they came in and offered to go, give them a fresh start, with a big fat wedge of cash in his pocket. 

I'm sure he did it out of the goodness of his heart and not because he knew they'd sack him anyway and the fans hated his guts.

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10 hours ago, Romey 1878 said:

I'm sure he did it out of the goodness of his heart and not because he knew they'd sack him anyway and the fans hated his guts.

He made the first move in getting his hands on some Saudi cash! 😂

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Might be his most important team selection so far and it looks like injuries and poor form are going to make it a nightmare.

We all have our own ideas on who should start and what formation we should play. Hopefully whatever line up he chooses, play with the intensity and passion the situation warrants.

It’s been said elsewhere but we need to let Bournemouth know what type of an afternoon they’re in for, right from the first whistle.

 

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No way Dyche won't be given a crack this upcoming season. I know the board are stupid but I don't think they're that thick.

I think it's what we need at this moment. Hopefully he can get a few sturdy players through the door and we can start to build a team with more balance than previous seasons.

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I like his character more than his style at this moment in time, he’s strong willed and disciplined in his approach to the game and his first rule is work hard and his second is work harder. He reminds me very much of Moyes which isn’t a bad thing, and if he can operate in the transfer market like Moyes did on a very small budget then we have a manager who will steady the ship and move us forward and give us the stability to create a squad with stronger foundations so we aren’t fighting relegation battles every season. He’s definitely got the backing of the fans and hopefully a new board of directors and if a new owner comes in all the better, so now it’s down to him with what I hope is pretty much a free reign to stamp his mark on the team. And who knows success on the pitch might make me embrace is style a whole lot more, winning has that effect on people, so I’m right behind him because to be honest I can’t really think of anyone else who I trust and we could get to take this challenge of building for the future on. 

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I wouldnt underestimate how well he did yesterday in playing without a recognised striker, left back or right back in such a massive game. 

It wasnt pretty but it didnt need to be and we should have won that by a couple. Compare that to the two abject performances against them earlier in the season and its chalk and cheese.

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49 minutes ago, Bailey said:

Compare that to the two abject performances against them earlier in the season and its chalk and cheese.

I never compare games against the same team previously with the present, every scenario is completely different no 2 games can be the same in all aspects, so for me seems futile to try and make comparisons every game should be judged on the merits of it’s own merits and not compared to games that have no comparison bar being the same 2 clubs involved. 

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Everton's manager didn't look pleased or relieved as he mulled over the 1-0 defeat of Bournemouth that retained their Premier League status. He was stony-faced, business-like and the message cut right to the heart of everything that has left this club continually listing.

 

Hits the nail on the head, actually for a manager Sean is business-like.

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To give him credit, it’s probably the first time I’ve seen him interview that tells us things we suspect and want to know about. I’ve gotten tired of his defensive prickly contrary approach. 
 

We were so close to going down. So fookin close.   The lack of correct players is criminal, how did we do it. 

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38 minutes ago, duncanmckenzieismagic said:

Without doubt this is a kenwright hit piece - yet again.

He is trying to get the fans against moshiri, moshiri doesn’t have many supporters but kenwright is desperately trying to make moshiri look the bad guy. 

This is getting ridiculous now. Absolutely farcical 

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23 minutes ago, Hafnia said:

Without doubt this is a kenwright hit piece - yet again.

He is trying to get the fans against moshiri, moshiri doesn’t have many supporters but kenwright is desperately trying to make moshiri look the bad guy. 

This is getting ridiculous now. Absolutely farcical 

That's a clickbait uni-student article, nothing more.

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