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Wasn’t expecting this discussion to sink so rapidly to the level of Louise Mensch on HIGNFY but there you go.   And that’s not even addressing the blindingly obvious fact that Boei

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7 minutes ago, Colly said:

Walkout?

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2021/dec/06/evertons-decline-the-first-sacrificial-lamb-and-a-27th-minute-walkout

3 minutes ago, Baddar said:

Naughty from Godfrey that.

Yeah, that's a straight red. More VAR incompetence, and that's coming from an Everton fan. May have accidentally called out Mike Dean for a minute there without him having seen the foul.

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2 hours ago, How The Kyle Stole Xmas said:

I am really not looking forward to this match. The walkout, however, I hope is a success.

That walkout was the most Everton thing I've seen. More people left on Wednesday! 

Honestly, it has shades but to a worse extent of Rafa's end with us and the discontent with our owners at the time. It was very toxic going the game with fans basically battling one another. The fans need to sing from the same songsheet in a sense if they want to see any change. 

Even taking my red tinted glasses off. What is Everton? What style do they play, what is the identity of the club, what sort of players do they have. It's all too disjointed 

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Who's the protest against though? The owners? The manager? A woolly mix of both? We've had a decade of similar attempts at Newcastle bit at least the target and reasoning tended to be there, and even then the impact was mixed until the point 20,000 season ticket holders packed it in. You can't really protest about being a bit average.

Lol, Richarlison.

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It's definitely aimed at Moshiri. Brands was hamstrung by too many fingers in the transfer pie (Moshiri/Kenwright/manager) and Koeman/Walsh spunking hundreds of millions on distinctly below average players. Kenwright for his faults kept us stable during darker financial times and at least has the nerve to face the fans. Benitez is somewhat set in his ways for better or worse, and is more of a symptom than a cause. Moshiri refuses to relinquish control to the people he's paying to deal with things (Iwobi was wanted by neither manager nor DoF but Moshiri forced it through), refuses to face the fans or even address them directly. This is the worst we've been for over a decade and I think the mood around the club is just very negative. A lot of that might be down to the fans, but the board aren't blameless either.

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Feels like a really shit game. Timewasting in the 75th minute against Everton, come on.

Can't understand bringing on Nketiah when he wants to leave and has never done anything for us, especially when club signing Pepe is sitting right there. He has to be a better option, surely? Don't know how Xhakas getting 90 minutes, he looks out of his arse.

And that was a long time coming. The 2nd overruled one shouldn't have been chopped off but there you go. Shit game.

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Demarai Gray is ace.

Commiserations to Gabriel and Tavares, who spent more time in the last 25 minutes time wasting on the floor than trying to play football.

Great block by Godfrey at 1-1 to deny Odegaard as well...

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Okay I can't embed twitter since I don't use it but that is fucking vile.

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Fixed it for Old Man Taylor
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Sounds like the afflicted Spurs players are supposedly Son, Moura, Gil, Emerson, Davies, Cuti (who was injured anyway), plus Mason and Stellini from the coaching team. Not ideal.

More positive results are expected from the round of extensive testing.

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