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Re: Match thread: Everton v Wolves
Cheshire wolf 01 September, 2019 15:42
Well taken header by Richarlison restores Everton's lead
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Re: Match thread: Everton v Wolves
Cheshire wolf 01 September, 2019 15:44
Excellent save by Rui to deny Richarlison his hat trick

Re: Match thread: Everton v Wolves
Cheshire wolf 01 September, 2019 15:46
Neto replaces Neves which is a surprise!!!

Re: Match thread: Everton v Wolves
Cheshire wolf 01 September, 2019 15:49
Another good save from Rui to stop a Mina header from their corner

Re: Match thread: Everton v Wolves
Cheshire wolf 01 September, 2019 15:53
Five added minutes in which to find the equaliser

Re: Match thread: Everton v Wolves
Cheshire wolf 01 September, 2019 15:59
Boly takes out Richarlison on the touchline & gets a second yellow in 95th minute, and of course a red card.
All finished Everton win and we are 17th in the League, facing our next game without big Willy B. Quite a good match with a lot of frenetic action. We gave away a diabolical first goal which eventually cost us. Two well taken goals for us, but not enough today. International break to look forward to now & back to the drawing board!!
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Re: Match thread: Everton v Wolves
an angry wolf 01 September, 2019 16:04
I think its fair to say , our chances of troubling the top 6 are zero- our aim should be to avoid relegation and get to the latter stages of the cups. I've been saying for some time what a wretched player Vinagre is and what nuno sees in him I've no idea.. poor transfer window and a poor start to the season

Re: Match thread: Everton v Wolves
cedric harper 01 September, 2019 16:18
Vinagre is a definite weakness, the Europa league will ensure the best we can hope for is the top ten this season. Stoke and Burnley still haven't recovered.

Re: Match thread: Everton v Wolves
Ivybridge Wolf 01 September, 2019 16:35
Another poor performance overall ladies and gents!

The solid defence of last year seems to be unhinged at the moment, the crisp passing, the diagonals, the sprinting down the wings getting behind the opposition last four largerly gone - so far this season. I wonder if the oppositions homework on our wing backs is paying off? Also the midfield is lacklustre by comparison and not linking up with the forwards as they have previously.

Yes, very disappointing. The biggest thing that surprised me in that second half is that we scored. Really brave header from Jiminez, from a Bennet long throw .... a methodology that's now led to 2 of our 4 league goals!

Boly, a bit of a numpty going in for that challenge, will now miss Chelsea at home.

I know you can't draw comparisons directly, however after these 4 fixtures we now have 3 points and lie 17th. From the exact corresponding fixtures last season we had acquired 9 points including a very unlucky 2-0 defeat v Leicester.

Something needs to spark our league form ... not sure what it is however. We don't seem to have any momentum.

UTW



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Re: Match thread: Everton v Wolves
an angry wolf 01 September, 2019 16:40
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cedric harper
Vinagre is a definite weakness, the Europa league will ensure the best we can hope for is the top ten this season. Stoke and Burnley still haven't recovered.

so Burnleys last match in Europe was August 2018 and they still haven't recovered lol? The idea that 90 minutes one Thursday over a year ago is responsible for Burnleys fall down the league is ridiculous Cedric . The media is obsessed with finding links between things that don't exist, and anyone thinking one August afternoon in Greece when Burnley played Olympiakos in their last Europa game has physically /mentally exhausted the players over a year later should be certified as insane quite frankly.. you've been watching/listening to too many phone ins

Re: Match thread: Everton v Wolves
oldngold 01 September, 2019 17:47
Next game is Chelsea who we would expect to turn us over if they are on top form. That would put us in the relegation zone going away to Palace who I expect will also turn us over. After that we have a big relegation 6 pointer against Watford at home.

If we don't turn up and beat Watford we'll be in October with no wins, in the relegation zone with our next match away to Man City. If City hammer us 5-0 we'll be in real trouble.

This league is brutal. There are no obviously weak teams. Make no mistake we need to survive and that is not going to be easy.

I think we have had a great run but I am not sure we are actually as good as we think we are. And we may be regretting not paying the wages needed to bring in a top class box to box midfielder.

Re: Match thread: Everton v Wolves
oldngold 01 September, 2019 17:50
Having said that Everton are a very good side who may well break into the top 6. They are a better side than Wolves. It is that simple

Re: Match thread: Everton v Wolves
cedric harper 01 September, 2019 18:37
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an angry wolf
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cedric harper
Vinagre is a definite weakness, the Europa league will ensure the best we can hope for is the top ten this season. Stoke and Burnley still haven't recovered.

so Burnleys last match in Europe was August 2018 and they still haven't recovered lol? The idea that 90 minutes one Thursday over a year ago is responsible for Burnleys fall down the league is ridiculous Cedric . The media is obsessed with finding links between things that don't exist, and
anyone thinking one August afternoon in Greece when Burnley played Olympiakos in their last Europa game has physically /mentally exhausted the players over a year later should be certified as insane quite frankly.. you've been watching/listening to too many phone ins

You are taking my post too literally Angry. However the Europa journey did seem to be a catalyst for a dip in their fortunes, from which Stoke in particular have not yet turned around..

Re: Match thread: Everton v Wolves
an angry wolf 01 September, 2019 23:13
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oldngold
Next game is Chelsea who we would expect to turn us over if they are on top form. That would put us in the relegation zone going away to Palace who I expect will also turn us over. After that we have a big relegation 6 pointer against Watford at home.
If we don't turn up and beat Watford we'll be in October with no wins, in the relegation zone with our next match away to Man City. If City hammer us 5-0 we'll be in real trouble.



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I agree we have had a poor start to the season but after 3 draws and a defeat bl00dy hell , I thought I was a glass half empty soul but yours is bone dry. We are due apparently to be beaten by a woeful Chelsea, turned over by palace and enter October with no wins after our relegation 6 pointer with Watford... I wouldnt want to be in the trenches with you if war broke out (Sm118) (Sm124)

Re: Match thread: Everton v Wolves
maiseytaw 02 September, 2019 21:09
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an angry wolf
I think its fair to say , our chances of troubling the top 6 are zero- our aim should be to avoid relegation and get to the latter stages of the cups. I've been saying for some time what a wretched player Vinagre is and what nuno sees in him I've no idea.. poor transfer window and a poor start to the season

I agree we won't be getting near the top 6 but we should still be looking at 12th and above quite comfortably in my opinion, and a decent run in Europe.

On Vinagre, he's still young and can be incredibly naive tactically and defensively but, speaking as someone who sees him live in action on a regular basis, he's clearly a talented footballer who will go on to become a top player. He's far from "wretched". He had an awful game at Everton but that's Nuno's fault, a quality team away from home is not the kind of game to be playing two gung ho wing backs.

Re: Match thread: Everton v Wolves
an angry wolf 03 September, 2019 03:17
Looking at 12th... what use is 12th? It doesn't really matter whether you see him live or on delayed pictures living on the moon- I form my own views of players.. I've also heard the likes of Leon Clarke and Andy Keogh described as talented by the superfans who go to every games so I'll form my own views on vinagre and he is nowhere near good enough for wolves or any premier league team. Vinagre will never be a " top " player lol and if I'm still on this site in 5 years I'll resurrect the thread when he is plying his trade at a much lower level.

Why is Everton away not the game to play two " gung ho " wingbacks then when clearly our record against better teams favours a counter attacking style. Vinagre didnt play many games for the full 90 minutes last season but two I can definitely recall out of the few he did were Huddersfield at home and Cardiff away so that didnt work either did it as he was cr*ap in those matches as well

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