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Leighton Baines scored twice as Everton overcame West Brom 2-1 at home to close the gap on fourth-placed Tottenham. More
Manager: David Moyes
Manager: Steve Clarke
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remember bayern boys gome and away the good times are back coyb ste
Why should Blues retreat and hand over the field to the guest to do whatever desired? prudence is a positive feature and dread another story. Dreadful teams have little chance in big games.
Bubble bursting comes to mind. Sandwell are just another Championship side with luck.Chickens and Roost.
One deep-rooted fault common in Everton is early tendency to withdraw after taking lead. This weakness begins to be intolerable for us because even when playing at home our team aren't willing and intrepid enough to take advantage of their points.
At Half Time I thought Everton were going to win this match easily but it qasn't to be was it?
love to see sandwell lose well done odiwing leave them
Becoming a one man team??
everton can not afford to keep missing chances, it's been going on for the last 8/10 games, or poss all season.. never mind the points we should have by now = at least another 8 in my opinion.. we need goal scorers, cannot rely on baines and fellani to keep bailing us out...... and we def do not want the red #$%$ to pip us on goal diff.... come on moyes, put a rocket up these guys jaxies, as i cannot stand the stress of watching efc play so well and draw or loose to teams that only played for 10-15 mins... we got to start hitting the back of the net big time.
come on the baggies get in there lets have another goal you can do it.
I agree Tony let him go, Ashley are you watching the wrong league, or are you a secret baggie. Boing Boing
Odemwingy has upset the lads, send him back to Russia, he obviously misses the racist taunting
baines is on fire
come on the bots points there now for the taking coyb ste
The wind is not as strong now as it was earlier today in Merseyside but to me that will only spoil the game if the wind gets up again
wba suck balls
Everton to win 2-1 peanut and vic coyb!!!!!!!! shame about fer!
Today we avid fans expect our team to put an end to serial of disappointing draws, because Everton must make it's way to the Champions League, hence all points and matches are decisive. Blues are host and superior to the guest, therefore there is no room for inhibition and withdrawal.
3-0 everton pienaar 15 55 jelavic 83
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Scored twice and could even have had a hat-trick. First class in every department.