Everton (a) pre-match thread

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  1. the blue panther

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    He can't be that good if he can't get a game with that shower of sh1t.
    We should have absolutely pasted them at home - they can't be that lucky twice, can they? After a full week off, I hope he fields the same 11, which will be strong enough to get the points.
     
  2. MarsLlama

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    They managed to draw at ours through a combination of parking the bus and luck. They just can't play the same way at home. We can win.
     
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  3. cibaman

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    I was referring to Jesus
     
  4. mosssideblue

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    Hope he does (doubt it though). Has played for ages and has had no training with Everton. Would be trying to find his feet with his new team mates in a competitive game. Not ideal
     
  5. pavelsrnicek

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    After Darron Gibson's one decent match for Everton, scoring the winner against us in 11/12, I will be a little wary of any ex-rag turning out for Everton. Schneiderlin is a decent player and good replacement for Gueye.

    Whether he plays or not I would expect a tough match on Sunday.
     
  6. Ric

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    It's always a tough game at Goodison. Hopefully the crowd will be a bit subdued after their FA Cup defeat, which effectively ended their season.
     
  7. MarsLlama

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    The last two times we've been there, Navas, Kolarov and Nasri scored.

    The real Theatre of dreams.
     
  8. pavelsrnicek

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    That's true, it's one of those grounds where our record isn't particularly good (I think only 3 league wins post takeover) though we've won on our last 2 league visits.
     
  9. vmsuhail

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    For all the faults Pellegrini had, he did end our bad run of luck in away games at Stamford Bridge, Everton, Sunderland & Stoke.
     
  10. TBooksbluearmy

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    Pep has to play our strongest team available against Everton we do need the 3 points to keep up the pressure on the teams above us.
     
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