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Paul Tran
1 Posted 29/12/2018 at 17:43:07
Cheer up — 1-0 to the Arse!
Joe McMahon
2 Posted 29/12/2018 at 17:49:48
Paul Tran, forget them they have won the league already, in a different world to shit Everton and are now winning!
Chris Leyland
3 Posted 29/12/2018 at 17:51:08
Paul - you’ve cursed it. Never ever mention when the Red Shite are losing as they will then always go and win as just evidenced.
Jim Bennings
4 Posted 29/12/2018 at 18:06:13
3-1 to them now.

If they get a point at Man City on Thursday, I’d pretty much say the title is already won because you just can’t see more than two defeats for them after that, and that’s with City not having any more cock-ups.

Looks like we are geared up for a golden season as an Evertonian eh?

We can celebrate finishing the magnificent 8th or 9th while them twats cake walk the title.

Paul Tran
5 Posted 29/12/2018 at 18:09:18
Events, Jim, events. That's what we've got to hope for with them.

David Hallwood
6 Posted 29/12/2018 at 18:16:25
Jim, it's the simplicity of the 3rd that gets me. A long diagonal ball chipped through to Mane; bingo.

Okay, great players make it look simple, but why do we huff and puff unable to find a man or space to run into?

Sometimes it's fucking horrible being a Blue...

Brian Wilkinson
7 Posted 29/12/2018 at 18:16:46
Switch over to the Hibs vs Hearts game Jim, take your mind off our neighbours, at least you get to see Steve Naismith in a bruising Edinburgh Derby.
Darren Hind
8 Posted 29/12/2018 at 18:18:43
Why are Evertonians watching the Red Shite and bigging up their players????????????????
Jim Bennings
9 Posted 29/12/2018 at 18:21:57
Because they are a great team, Darren, as much as we hate to admit it.

I’m jealous of what Klopp has done in three years, jealous why their players look so fit in every single match.

Jealous of how they turn ordinary players into super fit machines.

Jealous of the fact that place generates such a passionate atmosphere whilst Goodison is a morgue.

We can watch with envy.

Michael Lynch
10 Posted 29/12/2018 at 18:22:20
Darren: totally agree – it's their manager we should be bigging up! He's the real deal, not like our clueless spoofer.
Steve Brown
11 Posted 29/12/2018 at 18:26:48
Klopp has been in charge for 3 years and still not won a trophy.

Over 180 games in charge - real deal? He might be, but he has been given time and hundreds of millions to develop the team.

Henry Lloyd
12 Posted 29/12/2018 at 18:50:39
Watching the Red Shite absolutely trouncing Arsenal makes it even more depressing!!
Jim Bennings
13 Posted 29/12/2018 at 20:05:23

And our chairman has spent nothing on getting managers, sacking them, and then pissing millions on players for three years?

Klopp had them in the Europa League final six months after getting the job in 2016.

He's going to win a trophy this season – that's pretty clear unless there's a miraculous turn of events.

Mark Murphy
14 Posted 30/12/2018 at 09:47:06
On the train home, I was dismayed to hear a (Home Counties) Blue declare that he hopes Liverpool beat Man City to the title as City have bought their way to the top.

Rounded off a totally shite day!

Darren Hind
15 Posted 30/12/2018 at 12:52:36
Well said, Steve.

The fawning sycophants need to be reminded that the Red Shite's manager has won the grand total of fuck-all for them. Those who want to crown his team Champions before the turn of the year must be new to this footy lark.

Plenty of teams will be looking to derail their season. We should be at the forefront... not leading the fucking coronation.

Eric Paul
16 Posted 30/12/2018 at 13:13:52
Regardless of how fucking “great” they are — do we have to be reminded of it on TW, as if the moaning wasn't bad enough???
Brent Stephens
17 Posted 30/12/2018 at 13:47:32
I can't legitimately pass judgement on any other team, especially relative to us, unless I've seen them play (not just against us). So I watch a lot of all other Premier League teams – especially the teams at the top of the league as I'm also a lover of good football, whoever plays it (that doesn't equate to loving any other team, obviously).

And I will watch other top teams when they play, and in the hope that they beat that other lot. I won't fawn over any good football played by that other lot but neither would I be in denial about it.

The bastards!

Come on Brands, a right-back, right-winger and striker. If not in January, it has to be in the summer. I know I might have to wait until then but, in the meantime, passion please from our existing players, and better team selection.

Brent Stephens
18 Posted 30/12/2018 at 14:52:26
Man City playing some suicidal defending and now they concede. Get a grip, City.
Darren Hind
19 Posted 30/12/2018 at 16:16:28
Big home game coming up for Man City. They win that and it's game on.

I have a feeling we will still have a say on this title race. Let's kick all this talk of premature coronations into touch.

The fat lady hasn't even got fat yet...

Tony Abrahams
20 Posted 30/12/2018 at 16:28:58
That's the spirit, Darren. I heard before Liverpool played in the Europa League final a couple of years ago, that a good Evertonian was doing up his bar across the road from the Liver Building.

I heard the council told him that he had to take down his scaffolding because it was on the bus route for the victory parade.

I heard he told them to fuck-off, because the bastards hadn't won the game yet, and that was the end of that!

Paul Tran
21 Posted 30/12/2018 at 16:35:29
They'll have a dip in form at some point. And there's always the 'events' that happen, the 'random' stuff.

That said, there are a few things 'he' does that I'd like Silva to do, none of which involve running round the touchline like a 5-year-old that never gets told off by teacher.

Matthew Williams
22 Posted 31/12/2018 at 14:33:07
Akinde... remember the name, folks — it seems this big lad up front for Lincoln just can't stop scoring goals for them atm; they also top League Two and will have a big following at Goodison Park on FA Cup 3rd Round day, I hear.

I fear the very worst and, if they knock us out early doors, I am sure this site will go into fucking meltdown. No doubt many Blues will demand Silva must go and will only see a bleaker future for the club.

Roll on 2019... jeez, hold on tight, Blues!

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