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The board have a big decision to make

Paul Traill

The talk on everyone’s lips after the game of course was, should Ronald Koeman be sacked. It’s safe to say, most of the supporters seem to think so. Personally, I’m pretty neutral.

Woeful Everton take undeserved point

Paul Traill

It’s a mess alright, and I can’t wait for this season to end...

One foot in the group stage

Paul Traill

With four clean sheets in four games, it’s hard to complain. I’ll be interested to see where we stand in a month’s time.

Big Sam's eight game job interview

Paul Traill

We still have an opportunity to look up rather than down this season. If, and it’s a ginormous if, we can go unbeaten in these games and win the majority of them, this gives us quite a platform and good momentum going into pre-season. This then makes it difficult to move Sam Allardyce on.

Playing Devil's Advocate

Paul Traill

Why the sudden upturn in performance? Has David Unsworth finally found his best team, albeit too late? Has the penny finally dropped what is required for the players? Or, is this simply the reaction to a new manager coming in?

Giving something back

Paul Traill

What a tremendous trip. I enjoyed every minute. Great company with Gaz and Dan, and it was superb to meet so many other Blues who had travelled from afar, most notably John and Stretch.

For how long does this go on?

Paul Traill

I’m not one for sacking managers quickly. I like to see managers given the opportunity to build a team. It hasn’t been our style and I want to believe it can work under Ronald Koeman. That said, the pressure is on, and failure to beat Arsenal, a Carabao Cup exit at Chelsea, and defeat at Leicester City would pretty much make his position untenable.

Win relief

Paul Traill

Eventually we were able to see the game out and claim a vital, and ultimately deserved three points. Though we were up against it in the final 20 minutes, for the best part of an hour of this game we were the better team.

Almost a Christmas miracle

Paul Traill

A resilient effort from Everton and if you cast your mind back a month to that wretched performance versus Southampton, you would never in your wildest of dreams have us walking away from a draw with the champions a little miffed that we didn’t have more of a go at them.

Looking up, not down

Paul Traill

Report of the 3-1 win over Crystal Palace

Evertonians just get everywhere

Paul Traill

Luckily we didn't book our trip to the Netherlands for Everton's game-that-wasn't against Groningen and so, when the game against Genk was announced, Gaz and I were able to book some flights to Brussels Charleroi.

Sausage Party!

Paul Traill

A splendid day out at the game. Them fun days only ever happen about once or twice a season so I was glad to make the most of it, even if I paid for it a bit in work today.

Second best

Paul Traill

Relegation is not a threat, but surely the plan has to be to attack better than that?

Niasse brace gets Koeman out of jail

Paul Traill

Win we did. It still wasn't especially pretty up until the winning goal just five minutes later, but we persevered

Crisis of confidence

Paul Traill

We just don't have the confidence currently. I believe the players are good enough but it'll take a bit longer yet until we get any sort of swagger back. Players just don't look for the ball enough. Too many hide and there's a real lack of responsibility on the field.

It was just so Everton

Paul Traill

The Europa League campaign doesn’t have to be doom and gloom just yet but we are certainly doing it the hard way.

Welcome home, Wayne

Paul Traill

With the fixtures upcoming, I was simply relieved to be coming away with the three points, our first opening day win for five years

You learn who you can depend on

Paul Traill

The game meant nothing. The team talk on the face of it should have been a piece of piss. “Right you lot, here’s your opportunity. Prove to me why you should be in the team”. Unfortunately the majority out there only really proved why they shouldn’t be in the team.

A Never-Ending Nightmare

Paul Traill

The latest away defeat under Sam Allardyce has increased the despondency around Everton

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