We have been let down big time so far, IMO we are not going to come back into contention for anything of note and we will probably see a fair few shite performances from now until May.
IMO Moyes, you re on borrowed time. I do however think we have players at the club to make a big impact in this league. This is what I want to see:
4-3-1-2. Playing to our strengths.
Go for it, not for one game, or until your favourite players are fit again, go for it because it's clear that the players you trusted have let you down and are not trying hard enough, and most importantly fold like a pack of cards when the big games come around.
It's time for a new cycle at Everton and if you want to be part of it you need to understand that were sick of this shite you have served up almost consistently for almost 10 years. This is my message to you.
Stephen Kenny, Posted 29/11/2010 at 21:19:29
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1 Posted 30/11/2010 at 06:28:27
Step back from the keyboard.
2 Posted 30/11/2010 at 09:09:09
With maybe the added bonus of Kenwright on the crossbar.
Michael ? 'in cyberspace, no-one can hear you scream'... But that's all we can do... especially those of us in foriegn parts.
Until the people on the ground and in the ground start screaming nothing will get done... hence all the cyberspace screaming.
ps: All Marshy's chickens are now coming home to roost... Semper Fi Marshy.
3 Posted 30/11/2010 at 09:13:35
Don't hold your breath.
4 Posted 30/11/2010 at 09:13:50
Heitinga who wants out.
Jags whos our best defender by a mile out.
5 Posted 30/11/2010 at 09:59:13
6 Posted 30/11/2010 at 10:00:10
7 Posted 30/11/2010 at 10:11:25
Why does Moyes say Gueye is his "secret weapon" if he's either on the bench or not in the squad? Some secret weapon, what's he waiting for, a relegation battle on the final day and bring him on with 5 minutes to go and 3-0 down?
8 Posted 30/11/2010 at 11:13:55
I think everyone who uses internet forum's knows that what they post makes absolutely no difference what so ever. When I wrote the post I thought what would I say to him if I bumped in to him in Asda.
You are right it did make me feel better. I am still spending a lot of time stalking the haggis aisle of Huyton Asda but that's a matter for me and the Police.
Charlie, Heitinga has talked about a few clubs and has also been taken out of context once or twice. He has also been hung out to dry by Moyes playing him centre midfield. Anyone who has played at any level knows unless you are highly mobile you will struggle, especially when your midfield partner is bang out of forn and not doing a tap.
Last season we looked a much better team when we had Lucas Neill and Heitinga playing the ball out of defence and starting attacks, with Jagielka we are surrendering possession time and time again. IMO we cant continue like this and expect to win games.
9 Posted 30/11/2010 at 12:29:59
When I saw the name Heitinga, I nearly lost as much interest as the player has in the blue shirt. He gets booked easily, and his body language shouts "I want to be somewhere else"... If he is still here in when the transfer window is open, I will be very surprised.
And before the usual shout that Moyes is playing him out of position, he should at least look interested.
10 Posted 30/11/2010 at 13:24:53
11 Posted 30/11/2010 at 15:05:23
But are they our only optionsat the back? Why not give Duffy a few games? And Stephen, did you see Mucha in the World Cup? I agree it seems odd to buy someone and not give them a game but then a lot of Moyes's selections seem odd.
12 Posted 30/11/2010 at 16:10:04
IMO Howard has cost us over 7 points this season, Mucha didn't look great at the World Cup but I'd at least like to see him in action before I start saying we need a new keeper.
13 Posted 30/11/2010 at 23:20:58
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