Discussion in 'football' started by agricola, May 29, 2009.
Goodbye Landon Donovan. Welcome back any time.
Has been a class act all round, and will be missed. Good goal from his replacement though.
True. Have to give Victor credit for that. Very well taken goal.
Still think he has a lot to prove tho.
I think so yes.
Yep... if Moyes can sort his head out he could be quite a player (that little run of games he had in the UEFA showed that), but its up to him now... lets hope the faith that has been shown in him for the last two games is not misplaced.
Ithink that's 7 home wins on the run. A new Premiership record for Everton.
Looks like 3 points behind Liverpool. Damn!
2137: RED CARDS (Mancini and Moyes)
oh well at least Moyes will have a job next season
As long as it's at Goodison.
Mancini should really stay at City - its not his fault he has inherited a bunch of lazy bastard players, he has behaved with far more class than that twat Hughes did, and anyone who is pissed off enough to have a pop at Moyes surely demonstrates that they at least give a shit?
Great result though. Its positively heartwarming to see effort, skill and hard work twice triumph over overpaid buffoonery.
Hughes' signings are so comically inept. Poor Mancini, having to try polish a turd.
It just gets funnier - apparently one of the richest men in Liverpool was thrown out, by Garry Cook, of a directors box at City:
That's a phrase you don't see often:
Interesting, though not particularly origianl, piece on Everton / Moyes:
I love the way they describe us as "the best-run club outside the top four", as if not being in idiot amounts of debt / reliant on a billionaire means you are a badly run football club. Most of the EPL is better run than the top four.
Combine that with the insistence that Moyes will go to United, even though he will only ever be second best and will have to preside over the rebuilding of that side without the money Lord Ferg had to build it, and you have a thoroughly useless article.
Everton ladies in the FA Cup final against Arsenal this afternoon.
Went to see them play against Bristol a couple of weeks ago. Here's a pic of Natasha Dowie (Ian's niece) scoring the 4th of Everton's 5 in a 5-0 victory:
Well played Everton ladies! 3-2 winners against Arsenal in the FA Cup final. Natasha Dowie (above) scored twice.
From 2011 the Women's Super league will be shown on ESPN. Should be a bit more publicity and money for the women's game then.
Interview with Natasha Dowie on scoring the winning goal in the FA Cup final and the future of women's footy:
Bily's goal (for those who havent seen it):
Everton vs Everton has been announced, game to take place on Wednesday 4th August.
Rodwell to sign new contract. Great news:
£20 million plus Ireland* for Arteta?
*The player not the country.
Pienaar's agent tells everyone again how loyal he is to the club:
Beckford signing confirmed:
Looks like another good signing by Moyes.
He will have a lot to do to win over the fans, but to pay nothing (ie: not £20 million pounds) for someone who isnt injured (ie: not injured) it is good business.
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