Click on that, sit back and enjoy... First win at Fulham since Alan Ball scored on his debut in 66-67. First point(s) away at Fulham since Sky created football in 1992. And Fulham, to their credit, still qualify for Europa League as Tottenham lost at our nearest and dearest.
And Villa won. So Newcastle Brown is Newcastle Down; a team I love to hate as I've had too many of those self-satisfied fuckers winding me up down the years. Mike Ashley is a facsimile of their average fan. Fat, ugly and a gobshite. (I have 2 geordie mates who are very much the exception.)
Back to us for the cup. For once, He whoever from above seems to be smiling at us! Best wishes to all Toffees, wherever you may be.
Matt Traynor, Posted 24/05/2009 at 14:53:36
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Two excellent goals form Little Leon today.
Oh, and can I just say... I luv it, I absolutely luv it, that they went down.
1 Posted 24/05/2009 at 18:46:38
2 Posted 24/05/2009 at 18:53:08
I went to watch us play Forest pre-season and thought we were fucked. I have been a major doubter and now accept I?ve been proved wrong. I even doubted him today when he started with Pienaar and Cahil but I?m over the moon we finished above Villa and Moyes?s selection has been justified.
My dad said to me when Moyes was appointed that Everton were at the start of another golden era. I now believe him. I have also not stopped laughing at "everyone?s 2nd team" getting relegated.
3 Posted 24/05/2009 at 19:08:51
Couldn?t get a feed to our game so I watched Villa stroll to a win over that bunch of over-rated, under-achieving, fat, useless twats and laughed my cock off. Most of the players didn?t look bothered because they will tout their mercenary arses to Shiteh, Fat Sam's wankers or in the case of Owen, the RS, and carry on being paid their huge wages.
Good win for us and maybe, just maybe, it is an omen for the Cup Final. I hope to God we win it. Moyes has worked miracles with the threadbare squad and the players deserve it for their heroic efforts.
4 Posted 24/05/2009 at 18:54:23
Without question though, a thought spared for Shearer. An absolute legend of the game. I remember his last game at Goodison; a respectful ovation from us to him in the Park End, reciprocated by the great man. Him aside, enjoy Scunthorpe away next season, Barcodes !!
Back to Everton and relating to Marsh?s latest offering of entertaining prose: I wonder if Leon Osman read it!!!!!
Well Done Blue Boys. Another season demonstrating our incredible renaissance under Moyes. Let?s do better next season.
5 Posted 24/05/2009 at 19:49:12
On a slightly less positive note, I thought we defended pretty poorly against average strikers. I hope that?s sorted by Saturday, cos if we defend like that against Anelka and Drogba, we?ll be in deep trouble.
Lastly, I don?t agree at all with people enjoying Newcastle?s plight. It?s a shame that such a massive club is in that position, they?re one of the biggest clubs in Europe and clearly in the top 6 British clubs... Only joking, it?s FOOKIN? HILARIOUS!! Big crowds don?t make a big club, second only to the shite in classlessness. Get down!!!!!
6 Posted 24/05/2009 at 19:49:09
Respect and credit to Moyes, Capt Pip and the rest of the team, they have made my summer so much I wouldn?t even care if we didn?t sign anyone else now.
7 Posted 24/05/2009 at 19:59:56
8 Posted 24/05/2009 at 20:15:39
Check the link out!
9 Posted 24/05/2009 at 20:17:09
10 Posted 24/05/2009 at 21:17:09
Alan Shearer: Newcastle United - Leicester City, April 1998
Never afraid to put himself about a bit, Shearer has such a reputation and standing in the game that critics often suggest he is let off too leniently when he does cross the line.
This unseemly incident would make a key piece of compelling evidence for their prosecution. The England captain had his shirt tugged by Neil Lennon as the two competed for a ball, they fell and then Shearer’s boot made a close acquaintance with the prone Lennon’s face as he got to his feet again.
Accident or design? The TV pictures looked pretty conclusive. Shearer, involved in the breaking of Ramos Vega’s nose earlier in the season, had stamped on Lennon’s face. Now he was for it, surely, but the big man wasn’t worried.
’I was brought down by Neil Lennon and we both fell clumsily,’ Shearer explained afterwards.
’As I tried to get to my feet I had to really tug my left foot free and the momentum of doing this looked on television liked a kick.’ Right you are. ’It certainly wasn’t and the fact that Neil is virtually unmarked [Lennon walked off with blood dripping from his face] confirms this. If I did accidentally catch him, I certainly did not mean to. I would never try and deliberately hurt a fellow professional.’
And that, apparently, was more than enough for the FA who found the Newcastle man innocent of all charges just days ahead of a Cup final meeting with Manchester United.
11 Posted 24/05/2009 at 21:24:12
12 Posted 24/05/2009 at 21:29:32
Bring on Chelsae !!
13 Posted 24/05/2009 at 21:30:39
A win next week and it really will be the perfect season.
14 Posted 24/05/2009 at 22:23:54
15 Posted 24/05/2009 at 23:14:23
I sat next to a group of Belgians on the Easyjet flight back to Amsterdam tonight, none of whom had managed to "get a ticket because it was all sold out".
Under 44,000 attendance does not suggest to me, that Anfield was sold out...
16 Posted 24/05/2009 at 23:21:45
If I was the manager, I'd have him on from the start v Chelsea and keep Saha to bring on later. Excellent work, young man.
17 Posted 25/05/2009 at 04:14:40
The you-tube link - had to stop it 2 minutes into it. Horrible song, music, and just stupid frankly.
Shearer - twat. Very, very happy to see a club like Hull stay up instead of NUFC.
Prepare for victory next week - you can just feel it.
18 Posted 25/05/2009 at 04:43:51
Very pleased to see Ossie score two and silence the "knockers" on this site from a few weeks ago, obviously the little rest by Masterstroke Moyes has freshened him up. Also I said that if anyone scores the winner for us next Saturday then I hope it is Leon.
Lifting the Cup is what we deserve after the spirit and tenacity shown by our great team this season. Well done. All the best you blueboys and bluenoses for next Saturday, what a week in prospect we have.
19 Posted 25/05/2009 at 11:44:40
Like it's never mentioned that Man Utd went from 1967 until 1994 without a league title... we had won more titles than them up until 1994... Let's get the facts right, history did not begin with the Premier League being formed.
20 Posted 25/05/2009 at 12:13:33
He appears about 1 minute in.