Everton away Sunday 7/4 14.05

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Re: Everton away Sunday 7/4 14.05

Postby Gunner Rob » Mon Apr 08, 2019 12:01 pm

pretty poor negativity after just one defeat.

still think we will make the top 4 and have a good chance of winning the Europa League
One defeat :lol:

Have you seen our away record and look how many away games we still have, 6th is where we will end up.
Where will Spurs come then ?
they also have six away defeats this season.
and have you noticed how Man United are falling apart under their new manager ?

we probably only need 1-2 wins from the remaining 4 PL matches to reach the top 4.
defeat yesterday was disappointing but it doesn't mean we will suddenly fall apart.

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Re: Everton away Sunday 7/4 14.05

Postby LeftfootlegendGooner » Mon Apr 08, 2019 12:15 pm

pretty poor negativity after just one defeat.

still think we will make the top 4 and have a good chance of winning the Europa League
One defeat :lol:

Have you seen our away record and look how many away games we still have, 6th is where we will end up.
Where will Spurs come then ?
they also have six away defeats this season.
and have you noticed how Man United are falling apart under their new manager ?

we probably only need 1-2 wins from the remaining 4 PL matches to reach the top 4.
defeat yesterday was disappointing but it doesn't mean we will suddenly fall apart.
You made a suggestion the negativity was from one defeat, clearly it's not, we haven't kept one clean sheet away from home and before yesterday conceded an average of 3,3 goals a game in the last 10.

That's clearly not a knee jerk reaction, it's over a quarter of our total games ffs.

Spuds have an easy run in compared to us, they have one tough game, every one of away games will be tough because we are shit away from home.

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Re: Everton away Sunday 7/4 14.05

Postby xisstential » Mon Apr 08, 2019 3:05 pm

pretty poor negativity after just one defeat.

still think we will make the top 4 and have a good chance of winning the Europa League
One defeat :lol:

Have you seen our away record and look how many away games we still have, 6th is where we will end up.
Where will Spurs come then ?
they also have six away defeats this season.
and have you noticed how Man United are falling apart under their new manager ?

we probably only need 1-2 wins from the remaining 4 PL matches to reach the top 4.
defeat yesterday was disappointing but it doesn't mean we will suddenly fall apart.
You made a suggestion the negativity was from one defeat, clearly it's not, we haven't kept one clean sheet away from home and before yesterday conceded an average of 3,3 goals a game in the last 10.

That's clearly not a knee jerk reaction, it's over a quarter of our total games ffs.

Spuds have an easy run in compared to us, they have one tough game, every one of away games will be tough because we are shit away from home.
Watford & Leicester will be tough, they shouldn't be, but we will create the atmosphere that terrifies, by standing off them, and get intimidated and bullied. Deeny will bully us & Vardy will run Mustafi off his feet (literally)

Wolves you can chalk up as a loss.

So out of the 4 games and an available 12 points, I see us getting 2, maybe 4. We'll win our home games but it won't be enough.

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Re: Everton away Sunday 7/4 14.05

Postby AkneyGooner » Mon Apr 08, 2019 5:30 pm

Is it just me or do we seem to be way to slow to go out and put pressure on thier players in wide positions, it seems like many times they are able to pick a pass or cross under zero pressure.

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Re: Everton away Sunday 7/4 14.05

Postby Ernie71 » Mon Apr 08, 2019 6:02 pm

pretty poor negativity after just one defeat.

still think we will make the top 4 and have a good chance of winning the Europa League
One defeat :lol:

Have you seen our away record and look how many away games we still have, 6th is where we will end up.
Where will Spurs come then ?
they also have six away defeats this season.
and have you noticed how Man United are falling apart under their new manager ?

we probably only need 1-2 wins from the remaining 4 PL matches to reach the top 4.
defeat yesterday was disappointing but it doesn't mean we will suddenly fall apart.
No we have not suddenly fallen apart away from home we have fallen apart ALL season. We havent beaten a team in the top 10 away from home all season.Wolves Leicester and Watford are all in the top 10.3 of our 4 wins have been against mighty Cardiff Fulham and Huddersfield.

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Re: Everton away Sunday 7/4 14.05

Postby Ernie71 » Mon Apr 08, 2019 6:02 pm

pretty poor negativity after just one defeat.

still think we will make the top 4 and have a good chance of winning the Europa League
One defeat :lol:

Have you seen our away record and look how many away games we still have, 6th is where we will end up.
Where will Spurs come then ?
they also have six away defeats this season.
and have you noticed how Man United are falling apart under their new manager ?

we probably only need 1-2 wins from the remaining 4 PL matches to reach the top 4.
defeat yesterday was disappointing but it doesn't mean we will suddenly fall apart.
No we have not suddenly fallen apart away from home we have fallen apart ALL season. We havent beaten a team in the top 10 away from home all season.Wolves Leicester and Watford are all in the top 10.3 of our 4 wins have been against mighty Cardiff Fulham and Huddersfield.

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Re: Everton away Sunday 7/4 14.05

Postby Nos89 » Mon Apr 08, 2019 11:10 pm

I think we really missed Xhaka and Torreira for this match, it is the type of match we really needed their added bite. It seems he was saving Auba and Ramsey for Napoli given that neither have been fully fit for a week or two. Ramsey in particular has been struggling with a niggle or two.
Everton have picked up some good form recently and history has shown us that if we are not at full strength and Everton are on form we usually come a cropper up there. Vitally, Everton have to play both Man Utd at home and Spurds away so, will still have an impact on the top 4 finishing positions.
I can see us winning 2 of the four away games and the two home which will see us scrape into the top 4 as the other 3 still have some big games against each other and the top 2.
Only losing by a solitary goal in this game was a bit of blessing as they could've done some proper damage to our goal difference which will be absolutely crucial in deciding top 4 finish.

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Re: Everton away Sunday 7/4 14.05

Postby GTG » Tue Apr 09, 2019 10:40 am

Staggers me that anyone can see us winning any of the remaining away games let alone 2 of them.

Would you really put money on us to go to Burnley and win if we need to on the last day? I wouldn't.

We will really have to see something we havent yet seen this season to get anything from Watford, Wolves and Leicester

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Re: Everton away Sunday 7/4 14.05

Postby Gunner Rob » Tue Apr 09, 2019 11:26 am

Staggers me that anyone can see us winning any of the remaining away games let alone 2 of them.

Would you really put money on us to go to Burnley and win if we need to on the last day? I wouldn't.

We will really have to see something we havent yet seen this season to get anything from Watford, Wolves and Leicester
you haven't taken into account that a lot of these mid table teams start switching off about now.
if Burnley have avoided the drop then I am not sure they will be giving 100% on the last day of the season.


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