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Is that our luck changing?

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by getitrighttoffees (U13475255) 06 December 2009
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Some how we gained a point and even could have won but why do we allow our defece to be under constant pressure all the time i know we had a weak defence today but the best defence in the world would crack under constant pressure.At the end we only put spurs under 10minutes of pressure and they just cracked and the 442 worked better atleast you can keep the ball up there to give the defence a rest.They rave on about Defoe but imo Saha is awesome he's right up there with the best.In the end we had some heroes today Coleman,Howard,Saha and Hibbert (apart from his tackle for the pen) were the pick of the bunch.

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posted Dec 6, 2009

"not much better then spurs" no the only difference between Arsenal and Spurs is 3-0 , Glad Everton drew, i wanted them to win. Would be nice to see them get back to top part of the table. :) Arsenal were able to beat them 6-1, if there is there is little difference between Spurs and Arsenal why didn't they beat Everton with a similar score. O.o. face the facts, Spurs are catching up sadly... but they're not there yet :).

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posted Dec 6, 2009

Nice to see the Arsenal are now back at a level in which they have to comment on the Spurs.
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Give this guy a prize. They blow a 2-0 lead at Everton, miss an injury time Pen, and try and sound positive taking a swipe at gooners.

You missed a great chance to gove above us and blew it. Face it, you compare us to ManU and Chelsea. We compare you to Everton and Aston Villa.

There ..... lies the difference.....

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posted Dec 6, 2009

Probably the most telling reason for Spurs not winning today was that Coleman was the best player on the pitch and Bale/BAE the two worst. Poor Gareth has no defensive talent whatsoever - bypassed as though invisible for the 1st goal and totally out of position (again) for Everton's equaliser. BAE was also hopelessness personified! A very disappointed Spurs fan here but for Everton, you have a fabulous player in young Seamus. Hutton for LB from now on please Harry!

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posted Dec 6, 2009

Great come back Everton, takes a lot to do that from 2 nil down and considering how good spurs have been playing, I'm not gonna lie I was surprised and thought spurs would nail you but kudos. Was even better seeing defoe miss a spot kick, first fab then lamps now defoe! Has anyone not missed a penalty this weekend?? Get back down there spurs!

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posted Dec 6, 2009

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COLEMEN...

Guys, I don't support everton, but I was supporting them today (Guess which club I support?)

Anyway, this young kid Colemen, why have Everton been hiding him??? HE was Amazing! He was easily the best player on the pitch. I BET HE'LL BE PLAYING FOR ENGLAND WITHIN THE NEXT 2 YEARS!!! He has pace, good reading of the game, great delivery. Had a hand in both the goals.

he's Irish!!!!!

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posted Dec 6, 2009

jgrant, do you remember what happened the last time spurs started talking about Arsenal? 3-0, swatted aside at the Emirates. So perhaps you should focus on your own team rather than looking over at our greener grass.

And well done Everton, you were quality

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comment by Rusty (U13761186)

posted Dec 6, 2009

So we rested our top players midweek in CC and lost the chance of a guaranteed entry to Europe next year. Then we bring these well rested players on today and throw away, yes throw away the chance of all three points. Everton played in Europe midweek, Travelled to Greece and back, have a seriously depleted squad through injuries and yet fought back from two down and could have one. Harry and management team Hang your heads in shame. Don't try to be a clever dick like Benitez. Pick teams to win games and stop the poncing about.

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posted Dec 6, 2009

I turned on and saw it was 0-2 to spurs and thought balls, they leapfrog us, but when I saw it ended 2-2 I laughed.

Now you lot know how we felt to lose a 0-2 lead away to West Ham the other week.

Makes you wonder wtf the players are thinking to give up a 2 goal lead, good teams don't do that, simple.

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posted Dec 6, 2009

Spurs really threw that away, they had loads of chances to have wrapped that game up very comfortably but blew it. Credit though to Everton, who kept going and the introduction of the subs made the difference.. and seem to have come across a gem in Coleman, fabulous performance and looks a real good prospect.

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posted Dec 7, 2009

The curse of Gareth Bale continues...

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