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12 Dec 2018 21:31:40
EFCbluemark, everyone has and is entitled to his or her opinion, but to post someone is talking gibberish is really quite offensive, this forum is for different opinions as long as they stay within the boundaries of good taste and not become insulting, I have followed Everton football club since the mid 50's and i can assure you that the overall display against Watford was appalling, we have seen since the season started the upturn in form mainly because of extra effort that is expected when any new manager is appointed some good moments but few and far between this has been a familiar trait throughout Silva's managerial career (not to say that he won't succeed at Everton) and optimism is to be applauded, but don't close one's eyes to footballing reality. please be civil it costs nothing. remember clothes maketh the woman, but manners maketh the man. "ah such old world charm" cheers merry Christmas to all.

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12 Dec 2018 22:20:54
i hate when older men say i have supported everton since the 50s/ 60s whenever as if that automatically means u are superior to anyone younger and that u must no best because u been around longer its so patronising especially coming from someone moaning about someone else lacking manners, heres an old saying for ya "dnt throw stones in glass houses" the game against watford was not "appaling" at all it wasnt our best but the football on offer now is a million times better than last year mate, this isn't ment to be argumentative and dnt want to offend u this is just something that gets my back up massively mate reverse ageism.

12 Dec 2018 23:58:37
I am also in my fifties John and very lucky to catch our golden era of the eighties.

I really feel for the younger generation of our fan base, season on season watching the club stagmented.

I hope Silva takes the fa cup seriously and give the younger generation a trophy, Christ knows you deserve it.

You are the future of our great support and for me no Evertonian is any better than another, regardless of age.

In regards to the Watford game, I have seen far worse performances and let’s give credit to Watford, who put in an excellent performance, some called our neighbours arragent when we played well, only to say they were below par from some of their fans, Watford did to us what we did to our neighbours, we dropped a point there but gained it back against Watford.

I am now more optimistic this season, than I have been for a while, things are heading in the right direction.

I just hope we can land a trophy again and sooner rather than later for all Evertonians, young and old.

13 Dec 2018 10:09:21
I've met old men who talk out of their asses and young dudes who blow me away with their knowledge, and not just about football. No-one is better than anyone else simply because they've lived longer. Sure the older you are the more life experience you have, but that doesn't mean you have a divine right to be right all the time.

13 Dec 2018 12:35:40
I think it's because we have suffered longer😂
Age doesn't matter it's the passion you have for the club that counts. At least that's what my old man told me when I was a kid in the sixties. 😜.

14 Dec 2018 13:04:55
i mighty be 29 but i have 15 years football coaching experience 9 years of running my own team and have been supporting everton since i can remember but also study football in general and for someone to assume because they wer born 30 years before me means they know football better than i do it baffles me, the football on show is far from appalling why can't you give credit to Watford who came with a plan and executed it and nearly got 3 points or give us credit for fighting back after falling behind and coming away with a draw from a game we easily could have lost? try SUPPORTING the team not following them.

14 Dec 2018 13:34:33
Sam Aladice was a coach.

14 Dec 2018 18:25:19
whats your point, yes big sam was a coach was being the main word he achieved great things with smaller teams with less ambitions but was found to wanting when it came to pushing a team like us to the next level. my point was just because u been following everton for longer doesn't mean your opinion has greater value than someone younger than urself and to suggest it does makes u look foolish when your questioning others manners.

14 Dec 2018 23:39:02
I was born in 32bc and have been supporting Everton since then, I remember one game when the Romans brought a lion on as a sub it turned the game, but we won on penalties and a massive thumbs up from the Roman senator . In later years the vikings gives us a real hard game in the Mercia v Northumbria club challenge trophy.

I know that it hurts when we lose, I know it’s great when we win, and draws can feel both good and bad, I do know I’ve watched more of Match of Day this season than recent seasons, I know Everton can make me feel as excited as a 5 year old on Christmas morning and as sad as a 90 odd year old that’s just lost their partner of 70 years.
We all know these feelings and we all vent our frustrations and our joy differently, some need someone to blame when things go wrong, some will never be happy till we’re winning the quadruple every year. Shall we just let it go at that, let’s not bicker amongst ourselves it serves no purpose. Respect each other’s opinions and get on with supporting our beloved club and laughing at the others
Big C.



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