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Talking to Evertonian mates, and even some well-wishers at this end of the East Lancs Road, we all wish we'd saved four goals for the next few fixtures. But what the hell, take it when you can get it.

I trust the opinions of the footballers more than the fans - and much more than the media - and what a joy to read AJ and Capt Phil having fun at each others expense, and San Mikel saying what we all know as fans, but from someone who really knows what he's talking about.

If you haven't followed the links from the home page, do it now.
Keith Glazzard, Manchester     Posted 27/11/2007 at 19:31:55

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Michael Kenrick
Hate to be a naysayer (and I was the one, BTW, who put up those links) but generally I disagree with you. Usually the footballers themselves spout a load of shite but on this occasion, with something genuine to talk about, they actually talk some sense. But note from the past you will never get them to provide anything approaching a critical analysis of their limitations. They just don't go there, and I can understand why. But for me, that lack of critical self-analysis devalues their contributions significantly.
Keith Glazzard
1   Posted 27/11/2007 at 22:21:23

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I routinely don’t believe anything I read in the papers or hear through the media. That may be common sense, but as it said in my Christmas cracker all those yars ago, common sense is not so common.

I take notice of people who know what they’re talking about. Alan Shearer is a shite pundit - but he was a very effective footballer. He does the best he can to say in English that Moyes has got something going on here.

The Neville / AJ / San Mikel stuff is real - it tells us that the players are happy, not just because we scored a load of goals, but they know they’re all in a good squad. All good players, but any of them would struggle in a poor team / squad.

In the history of any club ever, the next three results are the most important, but at least the most important people in that situation, the players, are up for it.

A bit 1985 ?

Mark Glazzard
2   Posted 01/04/2008 at 02:38:22

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I hope that Kieth Glazzard is a regular contributer and reader of this forum,if so perhaps he would like to contact me?
We share a rare odd name lads and pound to a penny we share a relative who defied gravity in the box ,and launched himself to a career for england half a century ago.. .check out Jimmy Glazzard images on Google ? how the hell did he get that high for the header?

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