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THURSDAY FIVE – SUNDAY THREE – TUESDAY TWO…………
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A string of three tough away fixtures in six days during which we have conceded ten goals and shorn by injuries of ALL our creative players – Pienaar, Bilyaletdinov, Arteta, Osman (yes, we characterise him as ‘creative’); three top notch defenders – Baines, Yobo, Jageilka and our midfield ball-winner Neville we at least put up a fight at White Hart Lane last night. Moyes is, quite rightly, so incensed by this fixture pile up that he couldn’t trust himself in front of the press last night….and the journey home will have been quiet. A tough test awaits at Goodison on Saturday in the shape of Martin O’Neills’ Villa. Youngster Rodwell is desperately in need of a rest but won’t get it. Which players will be available is unknowable, and will, quite rightly, be kept tight within the Everton camp until just before kick-off. In stock market parlance we have just experienced a ‘triple bottom’…….technical analysts will tell you that this feature is often followed by a ‘break-out’ on the upside…..

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I honestly think Everton will go down this season, Moyes is losing his grip…

by Jimmy D on Oct 28, 2009 at 3:31 pm


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