Having watched Osman's goal can't help but wonder why a bigger fuss wasn't created over it. He ran from the half way line, beat a few players and tucked it away brilliantly. Surely a goal of the month contender? If Lampard / Gerrard / Rooney / Ronaldo did it would the reaction have been the same?
Declan Brown, Posted 27/11/2007 at 14:13:45
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1 Posted 27/11/2007 at 14:54:30
2 Posted 27/11/2007 at 14:54:37
3 Posted 27/11/2007 at 15:57:07
4 Posted 27/11/2007 at 16:35:04
Relocating to London would help, but that might upset a few people.
Leon is now looking like the player we know he can be. His goal against Larissa is as good as anyone is going to score this season, and now he shoots on sight. The rest of his play is up a few notches, and it just goes to show that good players play well in good teams. The same players can struggle in struggling sides.
And one last point - the media might say crap like Sunderland bad : Everton who? But football pros know what’s going on, and that means that in future, players we want to come to EFC are much more likely to come.
5 Posted 27/11/2007 at 19:42:09
6 Posted 27/11/2007 at 20:03:54
We have to face it that Everton?s face just doesn?t fit in the Premier League era.
7 Posted 27/11/2007 at 20:11:07
Great goal from Ossie though!
8 Posted 27/11/2007 at 20:44:47
9 Posted 27/11/2007 at 21:42:17
He did pick up the ball. He did run from the halfway line. He did outpace (ok demoralised) midfielders and defenders, swerve to the left, check to the right, smack it in from some distance.
And knew exactly what he was doing every step of the way, having run his cotton socks off for most of the game.
Evertonians should always remember this goal - who cares about media crap anyway?
ps - a mate of mine didn?t know that you can see all of last weekend?s goals from the VirginMedia home page. Just in case.
10 Posted 28/11/2007 at 12:05:21
One other thing. Any evertonians living in the CT9 region of England has the unique opportunity to meet none other than Neville Southall and Tony Cottee at the newly developed five a side centre outside of the Hartsdown Park Football Ground on Sunday December 9th.
Also in attendance will be.... A certain big nosed liverpool legend who spoiled two fa cup finals for us and razor ruddock.
Warren Barton and Mark Bright will also be on hand.
Alternatively call 01843 221769 for more Information.