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    Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  Admin on Wed 26 Feb 2014, 6:20 pm

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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  Hungry Hammer 66 on Wed 26 Feb 2014, 7:34 pm

    Off to Malaga on Sat morning, gonna watch the game in O.L.A.S. a West Ham bar in Nerja on the Costa, luuuuuuuuuvly
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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  Campo on Thu 27 Feb 2014, 10:03 am

    tough one this, 
    when did we last win at their place?

    a plus though is Jagielka is out of this game - injured
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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  alfiehammer on Thu 27 Feb 2014, 5:47 pm

    I'd be more then happy with hard caught point. 4-5-1 and hope we grab sometching late on

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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  Arran H on Fri 28 Feb 2014, 10:19 am

    To be honest if I was Big Sam I would set up to go and their and be happy with a point similar to the 0-0 draw with Chelsea to keep this unbeaten run going ,
    Think tomorrow`s game could be decided on how each team goes about stopping the two big men upfront in Carroll and Lukaku !
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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  westhamonkey on Sat 01 Mar 2014, 6:33 am



    hanging out at a workshop on 3-D film making tomorrow morning so not gonna be able to watch the game live... so I got it all set up to record and will sit down to enjoy it once the afternoon comes.

    hopefully another three pints in the bag - it's about time we beat the toffees...
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    Post  Campo on Sat 01 Mar 2014, 12:20 pm

    Shock.. the game at the Camrose is on, so i will be keeping a look out from the stands today, got it on record though
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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  Jiggs on Sat 01 Mar 2014, 3:04 pm

    Campo wrote:tough one this, 
    when did we last win at their place?

    December 2005 Campo.

    There have been four early baths in the last four Premier games between us, with a score of  3-1 to the Cockney boys. Behave yourselves today boys  nailbiter Today's ref is Jonathan Moss .....


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    Post  Jiggs on Sat 01 Mar 2014, 3:08 pm

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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  mottinghammer on Sat 01 Mar 2014, 3:41 pm

    Seems like we are under the cosh a wee bit, and CC has gone off at 28 mins gone
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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  Kray JR on Sat 01 Mar 2014, 3:57 pm

    Not a bad performance so far.

    Just our luck that after hauling Carlton Cole off Andy Carroll went down injured....hope it wasn't too bad.
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    Post  Jiggs on Sat 01 Mar 2014, 4:03 pm

    Carlton was well miffed, Lol ..... Glad it didn't take Sam too long to come to his senses  cheesey grin

    Could go either way I suppose, lucky goal, bad mistake ........COYI!!!!


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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  Arran H on Sat 01 Mar 2014, 4:42 pm

    I fupping knew it would be a case of whoever could deal with the two big men upfront would win the game and guess we couldn't deal with Lukaku FFS !!
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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  Stevenage Dave on Sat 01 Mar 2014, 4:45 pm

    Lukaku unmarked on the penalty spot, cross comes in, no bugger moves, Lukaku scores... 
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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  Tony P on Sat 01 Mar 2014, 5:07 pm

    Yet again a team unable to afford its own strikers benefits from loaning one from one of the sides too rich to care and with a squad so big they cannot accommodate the players. Everton without Lukaku - toothless. He comes back from injury and scores the winner. The loan system has to be looked at between Premiership clubs PS I know we had Andy Carroll for half of last season - and it doesn't change my view


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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  alfiehammer on Sun 02 Mar 2014, 7:57 am

    I really didn't expect much more then a point from the scousers (at best) so just a case of onwards and upwards



    why was CC hauled off so early by the by?
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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  Tony P on Sun 02 Mar 2014, 9:35 am

    alfiehammer wrote:I really didn't expect much more then a point from the scousers (at best) so just a case of onwards and upwards



    why was CC hauled off so early by the by?

    Because BFS has finally realised that 8 times out of 10 when the ball is played up to him, he fails to control it and we lose possession
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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  Dan C on Sun 02 Mar 2014, 7:00 pm

    Was a long old day yesterday, leaving home at 6.30am and arriving back at 11.15pm. Was very disappointing not to come back with the point we deserved - a very decent defensive performance nullified Everton and we came into the game in the second half. Can't say I saw the Barry-Nolan incident as I was in the corner at the opposite end but, having seen it on the TV, it's a foul and a red card - with 70+ minutes to go.

    I was confused by the substitution of Demel. I'm not his biggest fan but he is part of a settled back four and, despite having tonsillitis earlier in the week, he didn't seem to be injured. Replacing him with Reid unsettled the defence and down Everton's stronger side too. Within a minute we'd been undone down that flank and paid the price.

    I thought Ginge was outstanding, clearly our Man of the Match. Baines was great for them and increasingly looks a certain starter for England at the World Cup. Why our fans felt the need to boo an England international when he took corners near the away fans, I do not know. Contrast that with the applause the Gwladys Street end afforded Adrian when he came out for the second half - a simple sporting gesture you used to see at most football grounds. The typical West Ham United supporter really is going down in my estimation at the moment. The majority of the songs before the game were the (now boring, outdated and, to be honest, disrespectful) anti-Lampard songs and songs praising Italian football fans stabbing English supporters abroad (the anti-Tottenham 'Viva Lazio' song). Pathetic.
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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  Tony P on Mon 03 Mar 2014, 7:21 pm

    Thanks Dan. I have only seen the highlights on WHUTV & MOTD and I am surprised at your statement that Ginge was "outstanding". I saw Naismith lose him twice in the first half. I also remember Gaston Ramirez leaving him for dead twice last Saturday - and if both Naismith and Ramirez had not been so wasteful they could have both scored twice. Collins is poor in distribution and dives in too much. Romalu Lukaku had the freedom of the 18 yard box yesterday. Collins pointed to Tomkins to mark Naismith - even though Collins himself was marking nobody - then when Tomkins realised Lukaku was about to get a shot on goal he tried to close him down but was a fraction too late

    I personally think it is time for Winston Reid to be brought back into the side. Now I know a lot of you will quote the recent wins and clean sheets etc, but, be honest we have been on the right end of some woeful finishing by Chelsea, Villa, Norwich and Southampton in that run

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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  alfiehammer on Tue 04 Mar 2014, 4:53 pm

    I do think Reid is our best defender so happy with that tone
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    Post  Dan C on Sun 16 Mar 2014, 11:15 am

    Tony P wrote:Thanks Dan. I have only seen the highlights on WHUTV & MOTD and I am surprised at your statement that Ginge was "outstanding". I saw Naismith lose him twice in the first half. I also remember Gaston Ramirez leaving him for dead twice last Saturday - and if both Naismith and Ramirez had not been so wasteful they could have both scored twice. Collins is poor in distribution and dives in too much. Romalu Lukaku had the freedom of the 18 yard box yesterday. Collins pointed to Tomkins to mark Naismith - even though Collins himself was marking nobody - then when Tomkins realised Lukaku was about to get a shot on goal he tried to close him down but was a fraction too late

    I personally think it is time for Winston Reid to be brought back into the side. Now I know a lot of you will quote the recent wins and clean sheets etc, but, be honest we have been on the right end of some woeful finishing by Chelsea, Villa, Norwich and Southampton in that run

    All about opinions

    I certainly would have stuck with Ginge and Tomkins yesterday, regardless of Reid's return. Hindsight proves that would have been the right call.
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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  Tony P on Sun 16 Mar 2014, 11:17 am

    Collins would most certainly have been the right call against Stoke - and Crouch. Tomkins gets bullied too easily by players like that, as was proven for their equaliser

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