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Three December fixtures rescheduled

by | 06/10/2014  Comments (11)  jump
Everton's games against Manchester City (A), QPR (H) and Newcastle (A) have all been moved for broadcast on Sky Sports.

Only the QPR fixture has moved days, switching from Sunday 14 December to an 8pm kick off on Monday the 15th.

The game at the Etihad Stadium on 6 December has been put back to a 5.30pm kick-off and the Newcastle game at St James' Park will now kick off at 4.15pm on 28 December.  


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Robert Duncombe
1 Posted 06/10/2014 at 16:53:02
If we carry on being poor, nobody will be watching this anyway!!!!!!!! Little joke. I took my 10-year-old to the pub for a burger and to watch the Man Utd game yesterday. He enjoyed the burger more than the match.
Alan Humphreys
2 Posted 06/10/2014 at 19:16:12
Well pissed off by the QPR game. It was a pre-Christmas treat for my lad. No chance now on a Monday night – school night, travel etc.

I'm guilty of having Sky Sports and BT but appreciate at the same time how much they piss off regular match goers.

I'll have to pick another game now, I wanted one we might win...

Linda Morrison
3 Posted 06/10/2014 at 19:37:36
Folks, they have selected those games as they think we are definitely in a relegation tussle. It's up to the players to stick two fingers up to them!
Guy Hastings
4 Posted 06/10/2014 at 19:38:28
Sky schedulers thinking, "Hmm, a couple of relegation six pointers there... and a goal fest for City."
Pete Edwards
5 Posted 06/10/2014 at 19:50:23
Good to see some positivity on here! Victims of our own success last season, we have the players with more than enough quality to get back to the levels we were at. Keep the faith!
Joe McMahon
6 Posted 06/10/2014 at 20:02:00
Alan Humphreys - I know what you mean, but some would say they expected us to win at home to Crystal Palace!
Aman Kanji
7 Posted 06/10/2014 at 21:47:35
Come on, Blues. A couple of wins, gritty or classy and confidence will be on the up.We'll be fine.

I would say we could have won all seven games (except against Swansea, that was obviously a day out for the players in the wings), just a little loss of concentration by individuals have cost us... We've scored in all and come back fighting which shows guts and belief AND a Plan B and C.

Well be fine, we'll continue to build. Sure I'm gutted, walked around Tesco's yesterday cursing all the way...

Best squad we've had in a while.

Anthony Burke
8 Posted 06/10/2014 at 21:54:06
Things are not going as planned; a poor start... but I believe we will still finish in top 6 and be fighting for top 4. We've had a tough run of fixtures and real bad luck with injuries. I'm confident we will turn this around... We are Everton. COYB!!!!!!
Lewis Barclay
9 Posted 06/10/2014 at 22:13:28
We'll be top 7 by Christmas.
Steve Orchard
10 Posted 06/10/2014 at 22:56:27
Things can't keep going wrong! Eventually we will turn the corner! Or we'll be bottom by Christmas!
Brian Furey
12 Posted 08/10/2014 at 21:29:22
Is this the most positive thread I've read on TW for years. It's a weird league for most clubs this year.

We'll be back to 6th before Christmas. Two wins and you're up there.


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