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Lost in the dramatic unravelling of Everton's season has been the positive adventure that characterised Roberto Martinez's first season in charge. Luke O'Farrell ponders whether, in the face of current adversity, he can bring it back.

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John Raftery
1 Posted 31/12/2014 at 18:10:41
Some valid points in the article. The success of substitutions is obviously dependent on the ability and form of those who are available. Last season we had the likes of Naismith, Deulofeu, Osman and Pienaar on the bench ready and able to make a difference.

This season Naismith has started most games, Deulofeu is in Spain, Osman has usually started when fit and Pienaar has been injured most of the time. This season the bench has been bereft of suitable attacking players who can change a game. Hence Roberto has not been able to repeat the success he enjoyed last season with impact substitutions in the last half hour.

Everton Caetano
2 Posted 31/12/2014 at 20:10:17
Mais que ajustes tàticos no time, precisamos de renovar nosso elenco. Pienar, Hibbert, Distin, Gibson não merecem jogar no Everton.

More than adjustments to the team, we need to refresh our squad. Pienaar, Hibbert, Distin, Gibson do not deserve to play for Everton.


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