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The 'Impossible' Dream

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It was wonderful to see an Everton side pass and move, attack with confidence and enthusiasm, slamming in seven goals!

In the past two weeks we've seen a gritty backs-to-the-wall performance at Chelsea, followed by Saturday's demolition. Never mind the fact that Sunderland were poor, we absolutely buried them in a manner which surprised many people, given the many texts I've had since.

It is perfectly possible to play it tight against stronger sides, while letting your team cut loose against the minnows. Despite many people claiming this is 'impossible', full credit to Moyes for treating us to a brilliant display on Saturday.

We're on a great run at the moment. We can carry it on by mixing our well-known hard work and spirit with the skill and pace we displayed on Saturday. Moyes has organised them well, the players have the ability, outside the top three I maintain this is an ordinary league.

Please carry on letting them play and watch us enjoying our climb up the table (and even the Carling Cup?!)!
Paul Tran, Kendal     Posted 26/11/2007 at 09:42:23

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Andrew Humphrey
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Absolutely. Whilst it was ’only’ Sunderland (and on a bit of a bad day) they have proved stiff opposition for plenty so far this season, and all the sweeter after the Redshite talking of winning the title having beat Derby 6-0!
I was at Highbury a couple of seasons ago when we lost 7-1, and to see the difference in the way we play, to demolish a team as we have never done before under Moyes is (whilst not getting too carried away) a heart warming indication of great things to come.

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