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Other Matches - 9-10th November, 2019

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all kick-offs 15.00 unless stated

Saturday 9th November, 2019
Burnley vs West Ham
Newcastle vs Bournemouth
Southampton vs Everton
Tottenham vs Sheffield United

Sunday 10th November, 2019
Man Utd vs Brighton, 14.00

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A club's wet dream to be facing us at home when they need to respond to three consecutive defeats and a 9-0 drubbing in their last home game.

Southampton 2-0 Everton. Nailed on.

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5 hours ago, RandoEFC said:

A club's wet dream to be facing us at home when they need to respond to three consecutive defeats and a 9-0 drubbing in their last home game.

Southampton 2-0 Everton. Nailed on.

I wouldn't be surprised if you thrash them though. They're pretty bad.

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3 hours ago, The Palace Fan said:

Hopefully by the time the Sheffield United game comes around Son will stop trying to blame the victim.

I'm glad this has been noticed outside the rage of the Everton twittersphere. 

"What a lovely gesture from Son. He made an apology into the camera after being traumatised by his own decision to commit a cynical foul where he made no attempt to get the ball which led to a season-ending injury for an opposition player. So BRAVE. So STRONG." Christ almighty. Yes he didn't do it on purpose but it's actually been embarrassing this week.

Son has actually come out of it as more of a saint than Coleman who showed actual genuine class by going to the Spurs dressing room to comfort his opponent without wanting everyone to know about it.

The only coverage about us post-game was the Times accusing Richarlison of diving when he hasn't been booked once for diving since coming to England.

Unfortunately we're used to all of this as Everton fans. Spurs seized control of the narrative after Sunday's game and successfully convinced the country Son is the victim and got his ban overturned. If the roles were reversed and it was Gomes on Son it doesn't get revoked in a million years.

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Genuinely have found it amazing that you hear so much about Son after that incident.

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6 hours ago, Dan said:

Genuinely have found it amazing that you hear so much about Son after that incident.

Its wierd! We never hear anything about Gomez, just 'poor ol Son'?

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Pickford

Sidibe Mina Holgate Digne

Schneiderlin Sigurdsson Davies

Walcott Tosun Richarlison

Anthony Gordon on the bench for the first time.

Come on you blue cunts, these are shite.

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9-0 on the cards against Southampton again?! 

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Christ almighty these are shite. Hurry up and kill this game, all over them.

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Ball clearly strikes Southampton player's hand there, next to his head, not even checked by VAR.

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This Almiron kid could try hitting an open goal and he still wont get a goal for Newcastle.

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Should have destroyed them by half time. Early second half equaliser was totally predictable and I'm honestly surprised we rallied to win.

Result is all that matters though, finally an away win.

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Be goal difference off 5th by now if VAR hadn't raped us at Brighton. 

Norwich at home next, need to win that one before the horrible December fixture list and people might just get off the team's backs for a bit.

Still plenty to work on but Davies and Holgate have stood out in recent weeks as young lads galvanising this side. A lot of pressure on Davies particularly who is suddenly our lead midfielder with Gomes, Gbamin and Delph all injured.

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8 minutes ago, LFCMadLad said:

VAR xD it's a fucking joke xD

Been saying this for months. Controversial decisions each week. Should get rid of it :ph34r:

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Maguire Captain, nice one not seeing Young in there as Captain, I just hope this United lot land back on planet earth after the Europa win and not thinking "It's only Brighton lads, piece of piss..." :shutup:   ohnoes.gif

2-0 United...:eek: ohnoes.gif

 

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United have been more impressive here than their 4-0 smashing against us. Taken a while for Ole to utilitse all that pace he has at his disposal. 

United could be winning 6 or 7-1

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Caught up on MOTD. Very poor from Schneiderlin on their goal in an otherwise decent performance from him. I like the guy but it's a shame we're having to rely on him with Gomes, Gbamin and Delph all now missing.

The build up to the winner was better than I realised at the time. Decent from Iwobi and Sidibe offers a lot more going forward than Coleman.

We just need to be better at getting goals when we're on top in games and we'll be sound. Still a bit worrying that 5 minutes of pressure was enough to make us buckle at the start of the second half though. Sign of a team with fragile confidence. We can get that back with some better results though.

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West Ham's keeper had a mare for the 2nd and 3rd Burnley goals. Claiming a foul for the 3rd he punched in to his own net but is barely touched by Barnes, if at all xD 

 

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26 minutes ago, Stan said:

West Ham's keeper had a mare for the 2nd and 3rd Burnley goals. Claiming a foul for the 3rd he punched in to his own net but is barely touched by Barnes, if at all xD 

 

I think he's come in for criticism a few times. He shouldn't have been beaten at his near post when we played them the other week.

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2 minutes ago, RandoEFC said:

I think he's come in for criticism a few times. He shouldn't have been beaten at his near post when we played them the other week.

They really miss Fabianski.

Only just seen the table as well after today's games.

West Ham now languishing in 16th but having said that, only 3 points separate yourselves in 15th and Sheff Utd in 5th :dash3:

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West Ham have been a disgrace lately. The last two games in-particular they've been whacked.

As an advocate of going for it in the cups it's quite funny seeing this on the back of pissing a cup game away.

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Ah, November 11th and people still talking about some cameras as if it’s some sort of super computer gone rogue. 

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West Ham looked decent to start with this season. Pellegrini could come under pressure soon. They don't get as much flack for it as some other clubs (no names) but they have spent a lot of money on some of those players, Haller and Anderson especially. Haller looks decent but not being given the service in the last few games and Anderson is trading off of a good first half of last season now. Very average since.

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