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That Way Redemption Lies

18/02/2015  Comments (9)  jump
2014-15 has largely been a season of frustration but Everton's form in the Europa League has shone like a beacon in the gloom.

Can their return to Continental competition reignite a fire that could power them all the way to Warsaw?

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Matt Bridges
1 Posted 18/02/2015 at 07:08:03
Assuming that our cup form continues throughout the competition, hopefully all the way to the final, and that the dreadful league form doesnÂ’t sneak its way in, I feel like we have a real shot of winning this competition.

I am right in thinking this? Right...?

Tony Hill
2 Posted 18/02/2015 at 07:46:57
It could be done with a lot of good fortune perhaps but on any objective analysis we're just not strong enough, or anything like it.

I'll obviously be delighted if we do well but not at the cost of our PL security which is the only thing that truly matters.

James Hughes
3 Posted 18/02/2015 at 07:57:34
Young Boys have won 6 out the their last 7 games scoring 15 goals and conceding 7.

The Mighty Blues have won ........ Anyway thatÂ’s an away win for me, with a good performance and no injuries.

Alan Williams
4 Posted 18/02/2015 at 08:20:41
No chance, but it would be nice if we actually put up a fight.

EFC returned nearly 3,000 tickets for this week's game – has the bubble burst or like me do we go the European away games for the drinks before? After all, that's why I chose Germany as my first away trip this term. I, like my mates, will go the next round only if we can have a good hassle-free session on the away leg.

Kieran Fitzgerald
5 Posted 18/02/2015 at 09:30:12
James, I would presume that those stats are in an inferior league. While you can say that Young Boys are scoring two goals a game our defence has tightened up considerably recently.
Matt Bridges
7 Posted 18/02/2015 at 17:23:32
With all due respect to BSC but they are in the Swiss league... Not to say that we should consider the game is an easy win because I doubt it will be anything but. However, the calibre of the Premier League surely shadows the form of BSC?
Bill Gall
8 Posted 18/02/2015 at 17:31:02
If trying to win the Europa League damages our league form, then winning to me is secondary.
John Keating
9 Posted 18/02/2015 at 17:45:18
Never want to see us lose.

So 0-0 away, 1-1 at home.

Unless it's CL stick it!!

Harold Matthews
10 Posted 18/02/2015 at 23:05:01
I'm finding it very difficult to get interested. Not surprised 3,000 tickets have been returned. For the sake of the club and travelling fans, I'll be praying for a win but it won't be easy.

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