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Everton's strong start to the season continued with a convincing 3-0 win Premier League win over Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium. More
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Wow they make the tinted specs extra-thick in Swansea don't they Trevor?! Without any disrespect, swansea city were abyssmal all match apart from briefly at the start of the second half. We'd been told they played passing football, but they hacked down every blue player with the ball early on (thank gawd for once we had a ref who was honest and not a homer), and swans allowed Everton more room on the ball than I've seen for years - even against low-division oppos. As for 'handball' MF was clearly protecting his face from a dangerous high boot from that ginger thug of yours - would have been harsh to penalise even if it had been seen at full speed (no-one in white appealed at all!!). At best it would have been in indirect FK in the box for dangerous play.
where are all the comments today
am i not allowed on any more
Not that often you see swansea outplayed, Well done everton great performance and win.
Watched this game in my local pub and as a everton supporter from Somerset it was a superb and solid performance from the toffees. To beat a team like Swansea so comfortably is something special and a great stepping stone for the future. Swansea were at times hard done by, but they just couldnt break our defence and the reckless, stupid challenge(s) from Nathan Dyer highlighted their frustration. I think its disgraceful to see their fans leaving, not loyal supporters and should back their club through thick and thin just like Everton fans have with their lack of money. Apart from that, a great win and lets hope to see more victories and performances like that in the future. COYB!
Already say it once n gonna said it again know your own level Swansea n stop talking rubbish about winning BPL or even contender for Europe at the start of season... Swansea will only see their position go down n down match after match...
Best Everton performance for years - Swans lucky we didn't hit 6. Would be clear top by 2points if not robbed v. Newcastle.
Was this ref qualified? Or perhaps he had a little bet on Everton on the side! He was obviously determined from the start not to let Swansea win! Fellaini's "hand of god" for the first goal? Dyer's first yellow? All the other yellow cards? Crazy! Everton derserved to win, but this was ludicrous!
The mighty Moyes machine marches on. That's the Blues' second emphatic win inside a week unless you're an optically-challenged linesman wearing a Newcastle shirt. If they can avoid injuries and maybe bolster the squad come January there may be some silverware at Goodison this season. Let's face it, if Anichebe can score in successive games we could even win the Superbowl and the Japanese Sumo wrestling championships!!
As good an away performance as you are likely to see all season. Fellaini - awesome!
joint top for a few hours at least..roll on the might blues.5 dropped points so far from games we should have won..we'd be top by miles..if only
Well done Everton, geat start to the season..
Looks like a reality check for the Swans
Swansea are playing like girls on the pitch,that why Everton are 3goals up.But my advice to swansea manager is to high-class coach.
well done Everton, I am a Sunderland girl ( yes I know!) you were robbed in the week, well done.
Baines to score a penalty please god.
oops me thinks everton won boo
Get in there! Up the Toffess, down the Red Shytes!
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A typically domineering performance from the Belgian, who earned his late goal.
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