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Summary

  • Saints defeat Everton at St Mary's
  • Everton score two first half own goals
  • Saints move on to 52 points - the same mark they achieved in 2003

2:46pm

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2:37pm

SAINTS 2 EVERTON 0

A fine victory for Saints against the Champions League chasing Toffees.

It may have been two own goals that won the day but this was a deserved victory. Saints were the better team

2:36pm

SAVE

James Ward-Prowse draws Howard into a save with a fierce drive in stoppage time

2:36pm

Changes for both sides as Guly do Prado replaces Steven Davis and Luke Garbutt comes on for Baines for Everton

2:31pm

Harrison Reed replaces Lallana on 86 minutes

2:27pm

PENALTY APPEAL

Yet another penalty appeal, this time from Everton.

Lovren and McCarhty tanlge and end up on the deck together on the right by line.

McCarthy claims he is stopped from getting to his feet by a tug from Lovren.

Nothing doing from referee Oliver and it looks the correct call

2:27pm

Steven Davis in action against Everton.

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2:23pm

We are into the last ten minutes at St Mary's and Saints look very comfortable indeed.

All the pre-match talk of Everton's attacking threats has been made to look a little silly. Saints have contained them with ease thus far

2:22pm

Morgan Schneiderlin gets his head on the ball.

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2:20pm

A first change for Saints on 76 minutes as James Ward-Prowse replaces Gallagher

2:17pm

PENALTY APPEAL

Yet another penalty appeal for handball is turned down by Oliver. This time it is Lallana trying to chip Howard but it is blocked from close range by Stones

2:09pm

CHANCE

McGeady's cross from the left picks out Lukaku but his close range header is straight at Boruc. That is a very rare Everton chance

2:09pm

Adam Lallana passes to Luke Shaw.

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2:07pm

Big call from Michael Oliver.

Osman goes down in the area under a sliding challenge from Lovren but rather than getting a penalty the Everton man is booked for diving.

Replays suggest he was on his way down but there is contact.

Probably not a penalty or a dive

2:05pm

Lambert is so close to adding a third as he curls a low right footed free kick from 20 yards out in a central position around the wall but it clips the outside of the post and goes behind

2:05pm

Lambert is so close to adding a third as he curls a low right footed free kick from 20 yards out in a central position around the wall but it clips the outside of the post and goes behind

2:02pm

Everton make another change on 58 minutes with Aiden McGeady coming on For Gerard Deulofeu. Nothing has happened for him

1:59pm

Not any real chances to speak off in the first ten minutes of the second half.

Cork and Lallana have both missed the target but from tricky positions

1:57pm

Luke Shaw fends off Everton's Romelu Lukaku.

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1:55pm

Saints have started the second half well.

They have killed any Everton bounce after the break and still look dangerous on the break

1:54pm

Adam Lallana is taken down.

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1:47pm

The second half is underway

1:47pm

Half time change for Everton with Leon Osman coming on for Ross Barkley

1:45pm

Nathaniel Clyne (centre) celebrates with team-mates after his cross was put into the net by Everton's Seamus Coleman for the second goal.

Daily Echo:

1:44pm

How about this one...

1:36pm

Here's an 'interesting' stat for you...
 

1:34pm

SAINTS 2 EVERTON 0

Great first half for Saints and some clinical finishing from Everton

1:33pm

Lovren clearly handles Naismith's cross right on the edge of the area but referee Oliver seems alergic to giving handballs

1:33pm

The second own-goal from Everton.

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1:33pm

Gareth Barry goes in the book for a cynical foul on Gallagher as he treatens to break through

1:28pm

Victor Wanyama (right) and Everton's Ross Barkley battle for the ball

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1:27pm

PENALTY APPEAL

Saints appeal for another penalty for handball on 39 minutes, but again it was wasn’t given.

Adam Lallana tries to get in a cross from the left side of the area and it hits the arm of Stones which isout behind his body but it isn't enough for Oliver to point to the spot.

1:26pm

Mauricio Pochettino looks on as Saints lead 2-0 due to two own-goals from Everton.

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1:25pm

CHANCE

Lukaku's near post from is picked out by a cross from the left but his header is well off target

1:22pm

Nathaniel Clyne (right) slides in on Everton's Gerard Deulofeu.

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1:22pm

And even better...

 

We don’t need Rodriguez, we’ve got your back four

Saints fans

1:21pm

Brilliant work from the Saints fans who respond with chants of...

We are Southampton, we don’t need to score

Saints fans

 

1:20pm

SAINTS 2 EVERTON 0 (Coleman og 31)

Another Everton own goal!

Nathaniel Clyne fizzes in a right wing cross.

Seamus Coleman isn't under much pressure inside the six yard box but steers his header into the opposite far corner. Amazing.

1:12pm

Saints fans were certainly optimstic about this game.

The Daily Echo poll on this very blog saw 41 per cent predict a Saints victory today, 47 per cent a draw and only 13 per cent an Everton victoty.

The way Saints are playing right now makes it look like a good shout.

1:10pm

It won't go down as his goal but Rickie is pretty happy...

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1:10pm

Pictures of the opening minute own-goal from Antolin Alcaraz, and Rickie Lambert celebrating.

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1:09pm

CHANCE

Saints have a glorious chance to double their lead on 21 minutes.

Again it is Lambert causing chaos out on the right wing. He cuts inside the area and pulls the back to Steven Davis 12 yards out but he steers his shot wide of the post.

1:05pm

SAVE

Artur Boruc make no mistake as he gets his behind a Gerard Deulofeu shot from 20 yards that skips up just in front of him

Jack Cork tries from a similar distance but it is straight at Howard.

12:53pm

CHANCES

Everton had a half chance when Romelu Lukaku was found by a cut back but he blazed over from 12 yards out.

Up the other end Saints appeal for penalty as Gallagher's cross is blocked in the area by the sliding challenge of John Stones but it is from close range and not given.

12:49pm

SAINTS 1 EVERTON 0 (Alcaraz og 1)

Saints get the perfect start as they take the lead after just 53 seconds.

Rickie Lambert's teases in an inswinging right wing cross that is met at the near post by Antolin Alcaraz who give Tim Howard no chance with a diving header that flies into the back of the net.

12:46pm

The game is underway...

12:40pm

The players are in the tunnel ready to go...

12:40pm

If any further encouragement was need for the Saints lads, Roy Hodgson is in the house...

Daily Echo: Roy Hodgson is the new England manager.

12:39pm

12:16pm

A bit of a shameless plug here but make sure you check in with the Echo on Tuesday as we launch the voting for the Player of the Season award.

Adam Leitch will deliver his top three verdict and, of course, there will be the chance to vote to decide the award.

There are some top candidates this season. It won't be easy so get your thinking caps on in anticipation.

Before then Adam Lallana and Luke Shaw are up for the PFA Player and Young Player of the year awards tomorrow night.

Daily Echo: Adam Lallana celebrates Saturday's wonder goal

 

12:12pm

It was an interesting day yesterday as Les Reed took the unusual step of delivering a statement ahead of Mauricio Pochettino's regular pre-match press conference.

Click here to read what Les had to say

Daily Echo: Les Reed

12:05pm

The Saints groundsmen have gone all out for this game. Anybody would think it was live on TV. Oh, wait...

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12:03pm

Have your say...

12:00pm

Good advertising but you've got to love this...
 

11:58am

Everton have the chance to strike a psychological blow in the race for fourth place as they play in today’s early kick-off and Arsenal, a point ahead of them in the final Champions League place, have to wait until Monday to host Newcastle.

And despite the Saints coasting through the final couple of months of the season after an impressive, start Martinez knows they pose a threat.

"Southampton, in terms of football concepts, are one of the most attractive teams in the league and they have a bravery about the way they play," added the Toffees boss.

"They already have eight points more than they had last season and that shows you the incredible progress they have made.

"In our eyes it is another very important game we need to be as good as we can be.

"I have huge admiration for (Mauricio) Pochettino. He came in at a difficult time when Southampton had a very successful period with two promotions and he embraced the good work Nigel (Adkins) did and all of a sudden he transformed the team.

"They are very dynamic and they have really good quality in the young players and they have been very impressive.

"They get good results at home against the top teams and the team plays with an incredible swagger and intelligence."

Daily Echo: Roberto Martinez

11:56am

There has been talk of the season fizzling out but that is certianly not how Mauricio Pochettino sees it. Here is what he had to say in his matchday notes...

 

The players still have many things to fight for both individually and collectively in these last few matches so we will do all we can to support them.

Mauricio Pochettino

11:51am

That's two change for Saints as Jack Cork and Sam Gallagher come in for Morgan Schneiderlin and James Ward-Prowse.

Gallagher looks like playing through the middle with Lambert in a deeper role.

There is also a place on the bench for young left back Matt Targett.

11:48am

TEAMS

SAINTS: Boruc, Clyne, Fonte, Lovren, Shaw, Wanyama, Cork, S Davis, Lallana, Lambert, Gallagher.

Subs: Gazzaniga, Ward-Prowse, Guly, Chambers, Hooiveld, Targett, Reed.

EVERTON: Howard, Coleman, Baines, Stones, Alcaraz, Barry, McCarthy, Naismith, Barkley, Lukaku, Deulofeu.

Subs: Robles, Hibbert, McGeady, Osman, Garbutt, Browning, Ledson.

Ref: Michael Oliver

11:31am

Everton defender Sylvain Distin will miss today’s game with a hamstring injury.

With fellow centre-back Phil Jagielka still a week away from returning from a similar problem it means John Stones and Antolin Alcaraz will be central defensive partners.

Forward Kevin Mirallas (groin) has been ruled out for the remainder of the season and with Darron Gibson, Arouna Kone, Bryan Oviedo, Steven Pienaar and Lacina Traore all still sidelined manager Roberto Martinez will look to his under-21s to bolster his squad.

11:30am

We are expecting the full team news is about 15 minutes - confusing with it being a 12.45pm kick off.

We already know that Saints will be without Morgan Schneiderlin for today’s game.

Also out are long term absentees Kelvin Davis, Maya Yoshida, Gaston Ramirez and Jay Rodriguez.

11:30am

Hello and welcome to the Daily Echo’s live coverage of today’s Premier League between Saints and Everton at St Mary’s.

It’s a massive game for Everton in their bid to qualify for the Champions League.

For their part Saints are trying to ensure their season doesn’t fizzle out.

The scene is set for a good game between two open and attacking teams at a sold out St Mary’s.

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11:36am Sat 26 Apr 14

batesieboy says...

They need it much more than us. But I hope justice will be done, and that Saints get the breaks this time, after the debacle of the reverse fixture.
They need it much more than us. But I hope justice will be done, and that Saints get the breaks this time, after the debacle of the reverse fixture. batesieboy
  • Score: 4

12:02pm Sat 26 Apr 14

el caballo santos101 says...

nice to see Big Sam given a start and Targett on the bench.
nice to see Big Sam given a start and Targett on the bench. el caballo santos101
  • Score: 2

12:08pm Sat 26 Apr 14

cooperga says...

would be good to see targett get some game time.
would be good to see targett get some game time. cooperga
  • Score: 1

12:21pm Sat 26 Apr 14

DisplacedFan says...

Time to even out those referee decisions!
Time to even out those referee decisions! DisplacedFan
  • Score: 0

12:28pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Norwegian Saint says...

DisplacedFan wrote:
Time to even out those referee decisions!
We should win 15-0 then with 11 Rickie Lambert penalties!
[quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: Time to even out those referee decisions![/p][/quote]We should win 15-0 then with 11 Rickie Lambert penalties! Norwegian Saint
  • Score: 3

12:31pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Norwegian Saint says...

Lukaku killed us at home last year with WBA... I think he would be a good man to make a bid for.
Ok Saints.... really want us to hit the net now and we haven't done that for a while (since J-Rod was injured?)
Hoping for a good old fashioned 3-1 with Big Sam netting one.
Lukaku killed us at home last year with WBA... I think he would be a good man to make a bid for. Ok Saints.... really want us to hit the net now and we haven't done that for a while (since J-Rod was injured?) Hoping for a good old fashioned 3-1 with Big Sam netting one. Norwegian Saint
  • Score: 0

12:38pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
DisplacedFan wrote:
Time to even out those referee decisions!
We should win 15-0 then with 11 Rickie Lambert penalties!
Was thinking the same, Norgie. I trust you're doing your part by staying within Norway today.

I'm not - greetings to everyone everywhere from ........ New York City.

Checking in just a block away from the World Trade Centre on a chilly, dampish morning.

Pity both sides have key injuries but great to see 3 academy graduates start and 4 more on the bench. If we score 8 of those 15 goals you mention before half time, we could bring 3 of those 4 youngsters on and watch them knock home the other 7 :)
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: Time to even out those referee decisions![/p][/quote]We should win 15-0 then with 11 Rickie Lambert penalties![/p][/quote]Was thinking the same, Norgie. I trust you're doing your part by staying within Norway today. I'm not - greetings to everyone everywhere from ........ New York City. Checking in just a block away from the World Trade Centre on a chilly, dampish morning. Pity both sides have key injuries but great to see 3 academy graduates start and 4 more on the bench. If we score 8 of those 15 goals you mention before half time, we could bring 3 of those 4 youngsters on and watch them knock home the other 7 :) Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 0

12:43pm Sat 26 Apr 14

DisplacedFan says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
DisplacedFan wrote:
Time to even out those referee decisions!
We should win 15-0 then with 11 Rickie Lambert penalties!
True, but I will settle for 3-0 with Ricky and Adam scoring and Sam too.
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: Time to even out those referee decisions![/p][/quote]We should win 15-0 then with 11 Rickie Lambert penalties![/p][/quote]True, but I will settle for 3-0 with Ricky and Adam scoring and Sam too. DisplacedFan
  • Score: 0

12:47pm Sat 26 Apr 14

DisplacedFan says...

What a start!
What a start! DisplacedFan
  • Score: 0

12:48pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

Ha! Who needs refereeing decisions - looks like it'll be 16-0 then :)
Ha! Who needs refereeing decisions - looks like it'll be 16-0 then :) Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 1

12:49pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Norwegian Saint says...

Woohoooo! Great start! Get in there!!!
Woohoooo! Great start! Get in there!!! Norwegian Saint
  • Score: 0

12:50pm Sat 26 Apr 14

el caballo santos101 says...

Get in!!!!
Get in!!!! el caballo santos101
  • Score: 0

12:57pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Norwegian Saint says...

Has Sam got the right studs in? He's falling all over the place!
Has Sam got the right studs in? He's falling all over the place! Norwegian Saint
  • Score: 0

1:04pm Sat 26 Apr 14

DisplacedFan says...

Perhaps it's me, but I don't rate Sam G. He's slow, does not have a high work rate and does not seem to have strong attacking skills.
Perhaps it's me, but I don't rate Sam G. He's slow, does not have a high work rate and does not seem to have strong attacking skills. DisplacedFan
  • Score: -2

1:14pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

DisplacedFan wrote:
Perhaps it's me, but I don't rate Sam G. He's slow, does not have a high work rate and does not seem to have strong attacking skills.
Still too early in his career to say - and he needs several starts like today before we'll know how good he is - but it's clear just how much we miss Jay.
[quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: Perhaps it's me, but I don't rate Sam G. He's slow, does not have a high work rate and does not seem to have strong attacking skills.[/p][/quote]Still too early in his career to say - and he needs several starts like today before we'll know how good he is - but it's clear just how much we miss Jay. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 0

1:17pm Sat 26 Apr 14

DisplacedFan says...

So it does seem that the football Gods are with us today. Great cross by Clyne.
One more to be safe.
So it does seem that the football Gods are with us today. Great cross by Clyne. One more to be safe. DisplacedFan
  • Score: 1

1:17pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

17-0, then :)
17-0, then :) Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 1

1:18pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Norwegian Saint says...

Got to agree, Sam doesn't seem to have the work rate of the others but it's good experience for him.

2-0!!!!!! Another OG!!! Luck is turning!!!
Got to agree, Sam doesn't seem to have the work rate of the others but it's good experience for him. 2-0!!!!!! Another OG!!! Luck is turning!!! Norwegian Saint
  • Score: 0

1:19pm Sat 26 Apr 14

DisplacedFan says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
DisplacedFan wrote:
Perhaps it's me, but I don't rate Sam G. He's slow, does not have a high work rate and does not seem to have strong attacking skills.
Still too early in his career to say - and he needs several starts like today before we'll know how good he is - but it's clear just how much we miss Jay.
How true ! Perhaps the Everton defenders can give our strikers a lesson in how to score? LOL.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: Perhaps it's me, but I don't rate Sam G. He's slow, does not have a high work rate and does not seem to have strong attacking skills.[/p][/quote]Still too early in his career to say - and he needs several starts like today before we'll know how good he is - but it's clear just how much we miss Jay.[/p][/quote]How true ! Perhaps the Everton defenders can give our strikers a lesson in how to score? LOL. DisplacedFan
  • Score: 0

1:23pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Norwegian Saint says...

Clyne, Cork and Davis are immense so far.
Clyne, Cork and Davis are immense so far. Norwegian Saint
  • Score: 3

1:23pm Sat 26 Apr 14

el caballo santos101 says...

There we go plan B, get them to score for us!
There we go plan B, get them to score for us! el caballo santos101
  • Score: 3

1:27pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

And another handball goes against us!

It's time the FA, UEFA, FIFA or whoever makes these rules came out and stated what does mean handball because those seem to be given as handballs when they strike our defenders.
And another handball goes against us! It's time the FA, UEFA, FIFA or whoever makes these rules came out and stated what does mean handball because those seem to be given as handballs when they strike our defenders. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 0

1:28pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Norwegian Saint says...

Yet another penalty decision not given.... this is beyond a joke now.
Yet another penalty decision not given.... this is beyond a joke now. Norwegian Saint
  • Score: 2

1:36pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
And another handball goes against us!

It's time the FA, UEFA, FIFA or whoever makes these rules came out and stated what does mean handball because those seem to be given as handballs when they strike our defenders.
.... did things just even themselves out? Hard to see on one replay, but it looked like a ref finally missed one that might have gone against us. Glad our luck is in so far today, pity it's against Everton rather than Arsenal; I'd prefer to see Everton grab fourth.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: And another handball goes against us! It's time the FA, UEFA, FIFA or whoever makes these rules came out and stated what does mean handball because those seem to be given as handballs when they strike our defenders.[/p][/quote].... did things just even themselves out? Hard to see on one replay, but it looked like a ref finally missed one that might have gone against us. Glad our luck is in so far today, pity it's against Everton rather than Arsenal; I'd prefer to see Everton grab fourth. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 1

1:37pm Sat 26 Apr 14

BracknellSaint says...

We couldn't buy a penalty for handball for all the money in Katherina's bank.
Beyond a joke. Hopefully Rickie or Sam will kill this off early in 2nd, then see what Reed can do
We couldn't buy a penalty for handball for all the money in Katherina's bank. Beyond a joke. Hopefully Rickie or Sam will kill this off early in 2nd, then see what Reed can do BracknellSaint
  • Score: 0

1:41pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
Clyne, Cork and Davis are immense so far.
If there was an unsung hero award this season, Steve Davis would win hands down. He's been fantastic all season.

Credit to Everton, they've been very decent (when not trying to head back to Tim Howard), but we've more than matched them across the middle and credit goes to the whole team for that. Could Jack find a way into Roy's plans this late in the day? Not sure, but he must be in with an outside bet given how average some of those ahead of him are.
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: Clyne, Cork and Davis are immense so far.[/p][/quote]If there was an unsung hero award this season, Steve Davis would win hands down. He's been fantastic all season. Credit to Everton, they've been very decent (when not trying to head back to Tim Howard), but we've more than matched them across the middle and credit goes to the whole team for that. Could Jack find a way into Roy's plans this late in the day? Not sure, but he must be in with an outside bet given how average some of those ahead of him are. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 5

1:41pm Sat 26 Apr 14

singapore saint84 says...

Big sam seems to be falling alot...maybe a change of studs at half-time?? Coys..loud and proud
Big sam seems to be falling alot...maybe a change of studs at half-time?? Coys..loud and proud singapore saint84
  • Score: 0

1:44pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Rising_Son says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Norwegian Saint wrote:
Clyne, Cork and Davis are immense so far.
If there was an unsung hero award this season, Steve Davis would win hands down. He's been fantastic all season.

Credit to Everton, they've been very decent (when not trying to head back to Tim Howard), but we've more than matched them across the middle and credit goes to the whole team for that. Could Jack find a way into Roy's plans this late in the day? Not sure, but he must be in with an outside bet given how average some of those ahead of him are.
I was thinking that Clyne.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: Clyne, Cork and Davis are immense so far.[/p][/quote]If there was an unsung hero award this season, Steve Davis would win hands down. He's been fantastic all season. Credit to Everton, they've been very decent (when not trying to head back to Tim Howard), but we've more than matched them across the middle and credit goes to the whole team for that. Could Jack find a way into Roy's plans this late in the day? Not sure, but he must be in with an outside bet given how average some of those ahead of him are.[/p][/quote]I was thinking that Clyne. Rising_Son
  • Score: 3

1:44pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Rising_Son says...

... about Clyne
... about Clyne Rising_Son
  • Score: 0

1:47pm Sat 26 Apr 14

DisplacedFan says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
And another handball goes against us!

It's time the FA, UEFA, FIFA or whoever makes these rules came out and stated what does mean handball because those seem to be given as handballs when they strike our defenders.
.... did things just even themselves out? Hard to see on one replay, but it looked like a ref finally missed one that might have gone against us. Glad our luck is in so far today, pity it's against Everton rather than Arsenal; I'd prefer to see Everton grab fourth.
The one against us was outside the box.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: And another handball goes against us! It's time the FA, UEFA, FIFA or whoever makes these rules came out and stated what does mean handball because those seem to be given as handballs when they strike our defenders.[/p][/quote].... did things just even themselves out? Hard to see on one replay, but it looked like a ref finally missed one that might have gone against us. Glad our luck is in so far today, pity it's against Everton rather than Arsenal; I'd prefer to see Everton grab fourth.[/p][/quote]The one against us was outside the box. DisplacedFan
  • Score: 0

1:49pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

Rising_Son wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Norwegian Saint wrote:
Clyne, Cork and Davis are immense so far.
If there was an unsung hero award this season, Steve Davis would win hands down. He's been fantastic all season.

Credit to Everton, they've been very decent (when not trying to head back to Tim Howard), but we've more than matched them across the middle and credit goes to the whole team for that. Could Jack find a way into Roy's plans this late in the day? Not sure, but he must be in with an outside bet given how average some of those ahead of him are.
I was thinking that Clyne.
It's possible, RS.

Meanwhile, in case anyone can't hear what the fans are singing, it's apparently this:

"We are Southampton, we don't need to score."

"Who needs Rodriguez, we've got your back four!"
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: Clyne, Cork and Davis are immense so far.[/p][/quote]If there was an unsung hero award this season, Steve Davis would win hands down. He's been fantastic all season. Credit to Everton, they've been very decent (when not trying to head back to Tim Howard), but we've more than matched them across the middle and credit goes to the whole team for that. Could Jack find a way into Roy's plans this late in the day? Not sure, but he must be in with an outside bet given how average some of those ahead of him are.[/p][/quote]I was thinking that Clyne.[/p][/quote]It's possible, RS. Meanwhile, in case anyone can't hear what the fans are singing, it's apparently this: "We are Southampton, we don't need to score." "Who needs Rodriguez, we've got your back four!" Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 4

1:53pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

DisplacedFan wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
And another handball goes against us!

It's time the FA, UEFA, FIFA or whoever makes these rules came out and stated what does mean handball because those seem to be given as handballs when they strike our defenders.
.... did things just even themselves out? Hard to see on one replay, but it looked like a ref finally missed one that might have gone against us. Glad our luck is in so far today, pity it's against Everton rather than Arsenal; I'd prefer to see Everton grab fourth.
The one against us was outside the box.
Fair point. I thought that on first viewing, then wasn't so sure on the replay but mine's not a great link to be honest.
[quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: And another handball goes against us! It's time the FA, UEFA, FIFA or whoever makes these rules came out and stated what does mean handball because those seem to be given as handballs when they strike our defenders.[/p][/quote].... did things just even themselves out? Hard to see on one replay, but it looked like a ref finally missed one that might have gone against us. Glad our luck is in so far today, pity it's against Everton rather than Arsenal; I'd prefer to see Everton grab fourth.[/p][/quote]The one against us was outside the box.[/p][/quote]Fair point. I thought that on first viewing, then wasn't so sure on the replay but mine's not a great link to be honest. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 0

2:09pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
DisplacedFan wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
And another handball goes against us!

It's time the FA, UEFA, FIFA or whoever makes these rules came out and stated what does mean handball because those seem to be given as handballs when they strike our defenders.
.... did things just even themselves out? Hard to see on one replay, but it looked like a ref finally missed one that might have gone against us. Glad our luck is in so far today, pity it's against Everton rather than Arsenal; I'd prefer to see Everton grab fourth.
The one against us was outside the box.
Fair point. I thought that on first viewing, then wasn't so sure on the replay but mine's not a great link to be honest.
Okay, no penalty and Osman booked ....... what are people's thoughts?

We're certainly benefiting from having ref who doesn't simply give things against us. Not that the commentators agree with Michael Oliver's decisions.

Just a thought, would these decisions be not so much 'for us' but 'for Arsenal' or am I being a bit too oriented towards this 'big team bias' thing?
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: And another handball goes against us! It's time the FA, UEFA, FIFA or whoever makes these rules came out and stated what does mean handball because those seem to be given as handballs when they strike our defenders.[/p][/quote].... did things just even themselves out? Hard to see on one replay, but it looked like a ref finally missed one that might have gone against us. Glad our luck is in so far today, pity it's against Everton rather than Arsenal; I'd prefer to see Everton grab fourth.[/p][/quote]The one against us was outside the box.[/p][/quote]Fair point. I thought that on first viewing, then wasn't so sure on the replay but mine's not a great link to be honest.[/p][/quote]Okay, no penalty and Osman booked ....... what are people's thoughts? We're certainly benefiting from having ref who doesn't simply give things against us. Not that the commentators agree with Michael Oliver's decisions. Just a thought, would these decisions be not so much 'for us' but 'for Arsenal' or am I being a bit too oriented towards this 'big team bias' thing? Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 0

2:09pm Sat 26 Apr 14

miltonarcher says...

Lucky, definite pen for Everton, to the it doesn't even out merchants, yes it does.
Lucky, definite pen for Everton, to the it doesn't even out merchants, yes it does. miltonarcher
  • Score: 0

2:12pm Sat 26 Apr 14

DisplacedFan says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
DisplacedFan wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
And another handball goes against us!

It's time the FA, UEFA, FIFA or whoever makes these rules came out and stated what does mean handball because those seem to be given as handballs when they strike our defenders.
.... did things just even themselves out? Hard to see on one replay, but it looked like a ref finally missed one that might have gone against us. Glad our luck is in so far today, pity it's against Everton rather than Arsenal; I'd prefer to see Everton grab fourth.
The one against us was outside the box.
Fair point. I thought that on first viewing, then wasn't so sure on the replay but mine's not a great link to be honest.
Okay, no penalty and Osman booked ....... what are people's thoughts?

We're certainly benefiting from having ref who doesn't simply give things against us. Not that the commentators agree with Michael Oliver's decisions.

Just a thought, would these decisions be not so much 'for us' but 'for Arsenal' or am I being a bit too oriented towards this 'big team bias' thing?
I am watching the game live and that was a penalty.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: And another handball goes against us! It's time the FA, UEFA, FIFA or whoever makes these rules came out and stated what does mean handball because those seem to be given as handballs when they strike our defenders.[/p][/quote].... did things just even themselves out? Hard to see on one replay, but it looked like a ref finally missed one that might have gone against us. Glad our luck is in so far today, pity it's against Everton rather than Arsenal; I'd prefer to see Everton grab fourth.[/p][/quote]The one against us was outside the box.[/p][/quote]Fair point. I thought that on first viewing, then wasn't so sure on the replay but mine's not a great link to be honest.[/p][/quote]Okay, no penalty and Osman booked ....... what are people's thoughts? We're certainly benefiting from having ref who doesn't simply give things against us. Not that the commentators agree with Michael Oliver's decisions. Just a thought, would these decisions be not so much 'for us' but 'for Arsenal' or am I being a bit too oriented towards this 'big team bias' thing?[/p][/quote]I am watching the game live and that was a penalty. DisplacedFan
  • Score: -1

2:15pm Sat 26 Apr 14

DisplacedFan says...

That was clearly a penalty we were denied. Used his arm to defend himself.
That was clearly a penalty we were denied. Used his arm to defend himself. DisplacedFan
  • Score: 0

2:16pm Sat 26 Apr 14

el caballo santos101 says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
DisplacedFan wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
And another handball goes against us!

It's time the FA, UEFA, FIFA or whoever makes these rules came out and stated what does mean handball because those seem to be given as handballs when they strike our defenders.
.... did things just even themselves out? Hard to see on one replay, but it looked like a ref finally missed one that might have gone against us. Glad our luck is in so far today, pity it's against Everton rather than Arsenal; I'd prefer to see Everton grab fourth.
The one against us was outside the box.
Fair point. I thought that on first viewing, then wasn't so sure on the replay but mine's not a great link to be honest.
Okay, no penalty and Osman booked ....... what are people's thoughts?

We're certainly benefiting from having ref who doesn't simply give things against us. Not that the commentators agree with Michael Oliver's decisions.

Just a thought, would these decisions be not so much 'for us' but 'for Arsenal' or am I being a bit too oriented towards this 'big team bias' thing?
Osman was clearly going down before any contact, and it was only slight contact anyway.

Baines or Shaw? Who has had the most impact on the game? Who's looked the better player? I forgot Baines we playing he's been so quiet!
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: And another handball goes against us! It's time the FA, UEFA, FIFA or whoever makes these rules came out and stated what does mean handball because those seem to be given as handballs when they strike our defenders.[/p][/quote].... did things just even themselves out? Hard to see on one replay, but it looked like a ref finally missed one that might have gone against us. Glad our luck is in so far today, pity it's against Everton rather than Arsenal; I'd prefer to see Everton grab fourth.[/p][/quote]The one against us was outside the box.[/p][/quote]Fair point. I thought that on first viewing, then wasn't so sure on the replay but mine's not a great link to be honest.[/p][/quote]Okay, no penalty and Osman booked ....... what are people's thoughts? We're certainly benefiting from having ref who doesn't simply give things against us. Not that the commentators agree with Michael Oliver's decisions. Just a thought, would these decisions be not so much 'for us' but 'for Arsenal' or am I being a bit too oriented towards this 'big team bias' thing?[/p][/quote]Osman was clearly going down before any contact, and it was only slight contact anyway. Baines or Shaw? Who has had the most impact on the game? Who's looked the better player? I forgot Baines we playing he's been so quiet! el caballo santos101
  • Score: 2

2:19pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Norwegian Saint says...

We deserve this... we are brilliant today!
15 mins to win it lads... Come oooon!!!
We deserve this... we are brilliant today! 15 mins to win it lads... Come oooon!!! Norwegian Saint
  • Score: 1

2:22pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

miltonarcher wrote:
Lucky, definite pen for Everton, to the it doesn't even out merchants, yes it does.
No it doesn't. Can you count?
[quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Lucky, definite pen for Everton, to the it doesn't even out merchants, yes it does.[/p][/quote]No it doesn't. Can you count? Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 0

2:24pm Sat 26 Apr 14

DisplacedFan says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
DisplacedFan wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
And another handball goes against us!

It's time the FA, UEFA, FIFA or whoever makes these rules came out and stated what does mean handball because those seem to be given as handballs when they strike our defenders.
.... did things just even themselves out? Hard to see on one replay, but it looked like a ref finally missed one that might have gone against us. Glad our luck is in so far today, pity it's against Everton rather than Arsenal; I'd prefer to see Everton grab fourth.
The one against us was outside the box.
Fair point. I thought that on first viewing, then wasn't so sure on the replay but mine's not a great link to be honest.
Okay, no penalty and Osman booked ....... what are people's thoughts?

We're certainly benefiting from having ref who doesn't simply give things against us. Not that the commentators agree with Michael Oliver's decisions.

Just a thought, would these decisions be not so much 'for us' but 'for Arsenal' or am I being a bit too oriented towards this 'big team bias' thing?
Outstanding performances by Cork, Clyne and Davis. Lovren, Shaw and Fonte have kept them quiet. Boruc, thank goodness, not busy.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: And another handball goes against us! It's time the FA, UEFA, FIFA or whoever makes these rules came out and stated what does mean handball because those seem to be given as handballs when they strike our defenders.[/p][/quote].... did things just even themselves out? Hard to see on one replay, but it looked like a ref finally missed one that might have gone against us. Glad our luck is in so far today, pity it's against Everton rather than Arsenal; I'd prefer to see Everton grab fourth.[/p][/quote]The one against us was outside the box.[/p][/quote]Fair point. I thought that on first viewing, then wasn't so sure on the replay but mine's not a great link to be honest.[/p][/quote]Okay, no penalty and Osman booked ....... what are people's thoughts? We're certainly benefiting from having ref who doesn't simply give things against us. Not that the commentators agree with Michael Oliver's decisions. Just a thought, would these decisions be not so much 'for us' but 'for Arsenal' or am I being a bit too oriented towards this 'big team bias' thing?[/p][/quote]Outstanding performances by Cork, Clyne and Davis. Lovren, Shaw and Fonte have kept them quiet. Boruc, thank goodness, not busy. DisplacedFan
  • Score: 2

2:29pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Santa Retfordia says...

Adam Lallana's feet are made of actual magic. If Roy doesn't put him in the starting 11 then he's proper mental.
Adam Lallana's feet are made of actual magic. If Roy doesn't put him in the starting 11 then he's proper mental. Santa Retfordia
  • Score: 0

2:32pm Sat 26 Apr 14

DisplacedFan says...

Santa Retfordia wrote:
Adam Lallana's feet are made of actual magic. If Roy doesn't put him in the starting 11 then he's proper mental.
That's a horse you can put money on!
[quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: Adam Lallana's feet are made of actual magic. If Roy doesn't put him in the starting 11 then he's proper mental.[/p][/quote]That's a horse you can put money on! DisplacedFan
  • Score: -1

2:36pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Saintsteve7 says...

That's how you control a half!! Well played lads.
That's how you control a half!! Well played lads. Saintsteve7
  • Score: 0

2:36pm Sat 26 Apr 14

DisplacedFan says...

You watch the papers say Evetton had a bad day. It's never due to a great team effort by Saints. Well done lads!
You watch the papers say Evetton had a bad day. It's never due to a great team effort by Saints. Well done lads! DisplacedFan
  • Score: 8

2:42pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Santa Retfordia says...

DisplacedFan wrote:
You watch the papers say Evetton had a bad day. It's never due to a great team effort by Saints. Well done lads!
We were better in every single department. I wonder if Lou Reed's statement yesterday had an affect on morale?
[quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: You watch the papers say Evetton had a bad day. It's never due to a great team effort by Saints. Well done lads![/p][/quote]We were better in every single department. I wonder if Lou Reed's statement yesterday had an affect on morale? Santa Retfordia
  • Score: 2

2:43pm Sat 26 Apr 14

miltonarcher says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
Lucky, definite pen for Everton, to the it doesn't even out merchants, yes it does.
No it doesn't. Can you count?
Yes I can, the idea there is some sort of conspiracy against us is laughable. Today there were some game changing decisions that went our way, or do you only view the games through red and white specs, try Specsavers.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Lucky, definite pen for Everton, to the it doesn't even out merchants, yes it does.[/p][/quote]No it doesn't. Can you count?[/p][/quote]Yes I can, the idea there is some sort of conspiracy against us is laughable. Today there were some game changing decisions that went our way, or do you only view the games through red and white specs, try Specsavers. miltonarcher
  • Score: -3

2:47pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Norwegian Saint says...

It's a long one... but it's been a few weeks.....

Alan Clarke (TV Director) - Made films such as Scum and The Firm
Alan Towers (Ex-BBC newsreader and reporter)
Amanda Holden (TV Presenter And Actress)
Andrew Lancel (Actor) - Recently got killed off in Corrie
Andy McNair (Actor) - Hollyoaks Actor
Bill Bryson (Author) - Sardonic author of travel book
Bill Dean (Actor) - Played Harry Cross in Brookside
Bill Kenwright (Theatre Producer) - Our chairman
Bill Tidy (Newspaper cartoonist)
Billy Butler (Radio Merseyside Presenter)
Brian Viner (Columnist for The Independent)
Claire Sweeney (TV Presenter and Actress)
'Comedy' Dave Vitty (Radio Presenter)
Dominic Lawson (Former Editor) - Was Editor of The Spectator
Everton Fox (Weatherman) - Was working for the BBC
Gabriel Clarke (Football Reporter) - ITV reporter
George Costigan (Actor) Was in Rita, Sue and Bob Too
Gethin Jones (TV Presenter)
Gordon Honeycombe (Newsreader)
Ian Birrell (Deputy Editor) - Works for The Independent newspaper
Ian Hart (Actor) - Played Dr. Watson in two Sherlock Holmes
Jennifer Ellison (Actress) - Was also in Brookside
Jenny Seagrove (Actress)
Jimmy Mulville (Writer) - Founded TV Company Hat Trick Productions
Katie Downes (Model)
Kenneth Cope (Actor) - From Randall and Hopkirk Deceased
Kevin Dunn (Journalist) - ITV foreign correspondent
Leonard Rossitter (Actor) - Played Rigsby in Rising Damp
Liam Fogarty (TV Reporter) - Works for the BBC
Mark Owen (TV Presenter) - Worked on Granada Television
Michael Ryan (Actor) - Dream Team Actor
Mike Hughes (Radio Presenter) - Radio Merseyside Presenter
Mike Parry (Radio Presenter) - Former Talksport presenter
Neil Buchanan (TV Presenter) - Aintree-born Art Attack presenter
Neil Caple (Actor)- Played Marty in Brookside
Neil McDermott (Actor) Played Ryan in Eastenders
Paul Preston, OBE (Professor of Spanish Studies)
Roger McGough (Poet) - Vice President of the Poetry Society
Sam Kane (Actor) - Played hairdresser in Brookside
Simon O'Brien (Actor) - Appears in various property shows
Sir Ken Robinson (Inspirational creativity guru)
Sophie Lawrence (Actress) - Former Eatenders actress
Sylvester Stallone (Actor) - Once appeared on pitch at Goodison
Vinny O'Connor (TV Reporter)


Music
Cahill (DJ)
Damon Minchella (Popstar) - Bassist of Ocean Colour Scene
Donny Tourette (Singer) - Singer in Towers of London
Gil Norton (Music Producer) - Worked with Echo & the Bunnymen
Ian Astbury (Singer) - Lead singer of The Cult
Ian Ball (Singer) From band Gomez
James Barton (DJ) - Creator of Cream nightclub
Keith O'Neill (Drummer) - Drummer with band Cast
Lee Latchford-Evans (Singer) - Former singer in pop band Steps
Lee Mavers (Singer) - From the The La's
Liz Mcclarnon (Singer) - Formerly of pop group Atomic Kitten
Mike Lewis (Guitarist) - In the band Lostprophets
Nicola Roberts (Singer) - Girls Aloud singer
Osmo Tapio Räihälä (Composer)
Paul Draper (Singer) - Was in band Mansun
Paul McCartney (Singer) - From the Beatles
Pete Best (Drummer) - Former Drummer of the Beatles
Sonia (Singer)..... sort of :-/


Comedy
Freddie Starr (Comedian)
Kenny Everett (Comedian)
Micky Finn (Comedian)
Sean Styles (Comedian) - Local comedian
Sid Tate (Comedian)
Tom O'Connor (Comedian)
Paul Whitehouse (Comedian) Spurs fan with soft spot for Everton


Politics
Alan Simpson (Labour MP for Nottingham South)
Andy Burnham (Labour MP)
Bob Wareing (MP for West Derby)
Cllr Eddie Clein (Previous Lord Mayor of Liverpool)
Cllr Ron Gould (Lord Mayer of Liverpool)
Derek Hatton (Former Labour MP)
Eric Heffer (MP)
Eddie McGrady (MP)
James Major (Son of former Prime Minister, John Major)
Joe Anderson (Labour Councilor)
Joe Benton (Labour MP for Bootle)
Lord Barry Jones (Ex-MP of Deeside N. Wales)
Lord Faulkner (Labour peer)
Lord Granchester (Politician) - Grandson of Sir John Moores
Mark H. Durkan (MP)
Nigel Dodds (MP)
Peter Kilfoyle (MP for Walton)
Steve Fitzsimmons (Ex-Conservative councillor in Liverpool)
Warren Bradley (Former Leader of City Council)


Business
Brendan Barber (General Secretary of the TUC)
Martin Beamount (Chief Executive of the Co-Op)
Prof Gary Davies (Physicist and Astronomer)
Cllr Mark Dowd (Chairman of MerseyRail)
Sir Terry Leahy (Former Tesco CEO)
Eric Moonman (Professor; former MP and ESCLA chairman)
Bernie Mullin (President of Atlanta Spirit, owner of the Atlanta Hawks)
Steve Sinnott (General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers)
Tony Woodley (British trade unionist)


Footballers
Alan Stubbs (Former Footballer) - Now Coach at Everton
Alan Whittle (Former Footballer)
Andy Griffin (Footballer)
Andy Holden (Former Footballer)
Barry Horne (Footballer)
Billy Meredith (Former Footballer)
Billy Paynter (Footballer)
Billy Wright (Former Footballer)
Brian Labone (Former Footballer)
Bryan Hughes (Footballer)
Carlo Nash (Footballer)
Chris Foy (Football Referee)
Cliff Marshall (Former Footballer)
Colin Harvey (Former Footballer)
Craig Hignett (Former Footballer)
Dan Bennett (Footballer)
Danny Butterfield (Footballer)
Dave Hickson (Former Footballer)
Dave Jones (Football Manager)
Dave Nugent (Footballer)
David Eyes (Footballer)
David Nugent (Footballer)..... Sort of....
David Thompson (Footballer) - From Birkenhead
David Unsworth (Football Coach)
Derek Mountfield (Former Footballer)
Derek Temple (Former Footballer)
Dixie Dean (Former Footballer)
Eddie Youds (Former Footballer)
Eirik Bakke (Former Footballer)
Francis Jeffers (Footballer)
Gary Nelson (Footballer)
Gary Speed (Footballer) From Deeside
Graham Allen (Footballer)
Ian Bishop (Former Footballer)
Ian Nolan (Former Footballer)
Ian Rush (Former Footballer)
Ian Woan (Former Footballer)
Iffy Onuora (Footballer)
Jack Rodwell (Footballer)
James McEveley (Footballer)
Jamie Carragher (Footballer) Supported us as youngster
Jim Bentley (Football Manager)
Joe Collister (Footballer) From the Wirral
Joe Mercer (Former Footballer)
Joe Royle (Former Footballer)
Joey Barton (Footballer) - Released by us as a youngster
John Bailey (Former Footballer)
Jonathan Walters (Footballer) - Stoke City striker
Ken McKenna (Football Manager)
Kenny Irons (Footballer) - Former Tranmere player
Kevin Ratcliffe (Footballer)
Kevin Sheedy (Former Footballer)
Lee Trundle (Footballer)
Lewis Holtby (Footballer)
Michael Ball (Footballer)
Mick Lyons (Former Footballer)
Mickey Thomas (Former Footballer)
Neville Southall (Former Footballer)
Paul Bracewell (Former Footballer)
Paul Connolly (Footballer)
Paul Ifill (Footballer)
Phil Edwards (Footballer)
Robbie Fowler (Footballer)
Ronnie Goodlass (Former Footballer)
Roy Vernon (Former Footballer)
Ryan Valentine (Footballer)
Stephen Warnock (Footballer) From Ormskirk
Stephen Wright (Footballer)
Steve McManaman (Former Footballer) - Former Liverpool winger
Tony Grant (Former Footballer)
Tony Hibbert (Footballer) From Huyton
Tony Warner (Footballer)
Wayne Hennessey (Footballer)
Wayne Rooney (Footballer) From Croxteth


Other Sports
Austin Healey (Rugby Player) - Evertonian from the Wirral
Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards
Stephen Hendry

Are you listening..... ARE YOU LISTENING???

Your boys took one hell of a beating....
ONE HELLLLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!!
It's a long one... but it's been a few weeks..... Alan Clarke (TV Director) - Made films such as Scum and The Firm Alan Towers (Ex-BBC newsreader and reporter) Amanda Holden (TV Presenter And Actress) Andrew Lancel (Actor) - Recently got killed off in Corrie Andy McNair (Actor) - Hollyoaks Actor Bill Bryson (Author) - Sardonic author of travel book Bill Dean (Actor) - Played Harry Cross in Brookside Bill Kenwright (Theatre Producer) - Our chairman Bill Tidy (Newspaper cartoonist) Billy Butler (Radio Merseyside Presenter) Brian Viner (Columnist for The Independent) Claire Sweeney (TV Presenter and Actress) 'Comedy' Dave Vitty (Radio Presenter) Dominic Lawson (Former Editor) - Was Editor of The Spectator Everton Fox (Weatherman) - Was working for the BBC Gabriel Clarke (Football Reporter) - ITV reporter George Costigan (Actor) Was in Rita, Sue and Bob Too Gethin Jones (TV Presenter) Gordon Honeycombe (Newsreader) Ian Birrell (Deputy Editor) - Works for The Independent newspaper Ian Hart (Actor) - Played Dr. Watson in two Sherlock Holmes Jennifer Ellison (Actress) - Was also in Brookside Jenny Seagrove (Actress) Jimmy Mulville (Writer) - Founded TV Company Hat Trick Productions Katie Downes (Model) Kenneth Cope (Actor) - From Randall and Hopkirk Deceased Kevin Dunn (Journalist) - ITV foreign correspondent Leonard Rossitter (Actor) - Played Rigsby in Rising Damp Liam Fogarty (TV Reporter) - Works for the BBC Mark Owen (TV Presenter) - Worked on Granada Television Michael Ryan (Actor) - Dream Team Actor Mike Hughes (Radio Presenter) - Radio Merseyside Presenter Mike Parry (Radio Presenter) - Former Talksport presenter Neil Buchanan (TV Presenter) - Aintree-born Art Attack presenter Neil Caple (Actor)- Played Marty in Brookside Neil McDermott (Actor) Played Ryan in Eastenders Paul Preston, OBE (Professor of Spanish Studies) Roger McGough (Poet) - Vice President of the Poetry Society Sam Kane (Actor) - Played hairdresser in Brookside Simon O'Brien (Actor) - Appears in various property shows Sir Ken Robinson (Inspirational creativity guru) Sophie Lawrence (Actress) - Former Eatenders actress Sylvester Stallone (Actor) - Once appeared on pitch at Goodison Vinny O'Connor (TV Reporter) Music Cahill (DJ) Damon Minchella (Popstar) - Bassist of Ocean Colour Scene Donny Tourette (Singer) - Singer in Towers of London Gil Norton (Music Producer) - Worked with Echo & the Bunnymen Ian Astbury (Singer) - Lead singer of The Cult Ian Ball (Singer) From band Gomez James Barton (DJ) - Creator of Cream nightclub Keith O'Neill (Drummer) - Drummer with band Cast Lee Latchford-Evans (Singer) - Former singer in pop band Steps Lee Mavers (Singer) - From the The La's Liz Mcclarnon (Singer) - Formerly of pop group Atomic Kitten Mike Lewis (Guitarist) - In the band Lostprophets Nicola Roberts (Singer) - Girls Aloud singer Osmo Tapio Räihälä (Composer) Paul Draper (Singer) - Was in band Mansun Paul McCartney (Singer) - From the Beatles Pete Best (Drummer) - Former Drummer of the Beatles Sonia (Singer)..... sort of :-/ Comedy Freddie Starr (Comedian) Kenny Everett (Comedian) Micky Finn (Comedian) Sean Styles (Comedian) - Local comedian Sid Tate (Comedian) Tom O'Connor (Comedian) Paul Whitehouse (Comedian) Spurs fan with soft spot for Everton Politics Alan Simpson (Labour MP for Nottingham South) Andy Burnham (Labour MP) Bob Wareing (MP for West Derby) Cllr Eddie Clein (Previous Lord Mayor of Liverpool) Cllr Ron Gould (Lord Mayer of Liverpool) Derek Hatton (Former Labour MP) Eric Heffer (MP) Eddie McGrady (MP) James Major (Son of former Prime Minister, John Major) Joe Anderson (Labour Councilor) Joe Benton (Labour MP for Bootle) Lord Barry Jones (Ex-MP of Deeside N. Wales) Lord Faulkner (Labour peer) Lord Granchester (Politician) - Grandson of Sir John Moores Mark H. Durkan (MP) Nigel Dodds (MP) Peter Kilfoyle (MP for Walton) Steve Fitzsimmons (Ex-Conservative councillor in Liverpool) Warren Bradley (Former Leader of City Council) Business Brendan Barber (General Secretary of the TUC) Martin Beamount (Chief Executive of the Co-Op) Prof Gary Davies (Physicist and Astronomer) Cllr Mark Dowd (Chairman of MerseyRail) Sir Terry Leahy (Former Tesco CEO) Eric Moonman (Professor; former MP and ESCLA chairman) Bernie Mullin (President of Atlanta Spirit, owner of the Atlanta Hawks) Steve Sinnott (General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers) Tony Woodley (British trade unionist) Footballers Alan Stubbs (Former Footballer) - Now Coach at Everton Alan Whittle (Former Footballer) Andy Griffin (Footballer) Andy Holden (Former Footballer) Barry Horne (Footballer) Billy Meredith (Former Footballer) Billy Paynter (Footballer) Billy Wright (Former Footballer) Brian Labone (Former Footballer) Bryan Hughes (Footballer) Carlo Nash (Footballer) Chris Foy (Football Referee) Cliff Marshall (Former Footballer) Colin Harvey (Former Footballer) Craig Hignett (Former Footballer) Dan Bennett (Footballer) Danny Butterfield (Footballer) Dave Hickson (Former Footballer) Dave Jones (Football Manager) Dave Nugent (Footballer) David Eyes (Footballer) David Nugent (Footballer)..... Sort of.... David Thompson (Footballer) - From Birkenhead David Unsworth (Football Coach) Derek Mountfield (Former Footballer) Derek Temple (Former Footballer) Dixie Dean (Former Footballer) Eddie Youds (Former Footballer) Eirik Bakke (Former Footballer) Francis Jeffers (Footballer) Gary Nelson (Footballer) Gary Speed (Footballer) From Deeside Graham Allen (Footballer) Ian Bishop (Former Footballer) Ian Nolan (Former Footballer) Ian Rush (Former Footballer) Ian Woan (Former Footballer) Iffy Onuora (Footballer) Jack Rodwell (Footballer) James McEveley (Footballer) Jamie Carragher (Footballer) Supported us as youngster Jim Bentley (Football Manager) Joe Collister (Footballer) From the Wirral Joe Mercer (Former Footballer) Joe Royle (Former Footballer) Joey Barton (Footballer) - Released by us as a youngster John Bailey (Former Footballer) Jonathan Walters (Footballer) - Stoke City striker Ken McKenna (Football Manager) Kenny Irons (Footballer) - Former Tranmere player Kevin Ratcliffe (Footballer) Kevin Sheedy (Former Footballer) Lee Trundle (Footballer) Lewis Holtby (Footballer) Michael Ball (Footballer) Mick Lyons (Former Footballer) Mickey Thomas (Former Footballer) Neville Southall (Former Footballer) Paul Bracewell (Former Footballer) Paul Connolly (Footballer) Paul Ifill (Footballer) Phil Edwards (Footballer) Robbie Fowler (Footballer) Ronnie Goodlass (Former Footballer) Roy Vernon (Former Footballer) Ryan Valentine (Footballer) Stephen Warnock (Footballer) From Ormskirk Stephen Wright (Footballer) Steve McManaman (Former Footballer) - Former Liverpool winger Tony Grant (Former Footballer) Tony Hibbert (Footballer) From Huyton Tony Warner (Footballer) Wayne Hennessey (Footballer) Wayne Rooney (Footballer) From Croxteth Other Sports Austin Healey (Rugby Player) - Evertonian from the Wirral Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards Stephen Hendry Are you listening..... ARE YOU LISTENING??? Your boys took one hell of a beating.... ONE HELLLLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!! Norwegian Saint
  • Score: 7

2:49pm Sat 26 Apr 14

BracknellSaint says...

Hmm..
Adam's post match interview worries me a bit...
Great win though, should really have been more..
Hmm.. Adam's post match interview worries me a bit... Great win though, should really have been more.. BracknellSaint
  • Score: 3

2:49pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

Can anyone pick a MotM? Who did the TV give it to?

Of those who started, Nat, Steve, Vic, Adam, Luke, Jose - all top drawer, with Rickie and Dejan not far behind and Sam working hard and not giving Everton's defence time on the ball. But, for me, it's Jack. Despite fluffing his shot in the box, he was everything the current England midfielders aren't - strong in the tackle, broke things up, moved things forward, delivered some lovely passes ...... If ONLY he could add a couple of goals a season.
Can anyone pick a MotM? Who did the TV give it to? Of those who started, Nat, Steve, Vic, Adam, Luke, Jose - all top drawer, with Rickie and Dejan not far behind and Sam working hard and not giving Everton's defence time on the ball. But, for me, it's Jack. Despite fluffing his shot in the box, he was everything the current England midfielders aren't - strong in the tackle, broke things up, moved things forward, delivered some lovely passes ...... If ONLY he could add a couple of goals a season. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 2

2:52pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Norwegian Saint says...

Liverpool finished 7th last year.... No European footy might get us there next season.
Liverpool finished 7th last year.... No European footy might get us there next season. Norwegian Saint
  • Score: 3

2:53pm Sat 26 Apr 14

zurichboy says...

Great win today, well done BUT with all the possession we had, we still did not manage to score from open play...again. No pleasing some people is there!
Great win today, well done BUT with all the possession we had, we still did not manage to score from open play...again. No pleasing some people is there! zurichboy
  • Score: 1

2:53pm Sat 26 Apr 14

donni1437 says...

Clyne immense. What a game he had. Great to see him in this form. Cork and Vic partnership worked well and thought both were good. Cork more advanced and got in some decent positions. SRL did well in his deeper position. We well deserved the three points. Was Baines injured at the end? Could be a chance for Luke!
Clyne immense. What a game he had. Great to see him in this form. Cork and Vic partnership worked well and thought both were good. Cork more advanced and got in some decent positions. SRL did well in his deeper position. We well deserved the three points. Was Baines injured at the end? Could be a chance for Luke! donni1437
  • Score: 1

2:54pm Sat 26 Apr 14

el caballo santos101 says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Can anyone pick a MotM? Who did the TV give it to?

Of those who started, Nat, Steve, Vic, Adam, Luke, Jose - all top drawer, with Rickie and Dejan not far behind and Sam working hard and not giving Everton's defence time on the ball. But, for me, it's Jack. Despite fluffing his shot in the box, he was everything the current England midfielders aren't - strong in the tackle, broke things up, moved things forward, delivered some lovely passes ...... If ONLY he could add a couple of goals a season.
Owen gave it to clyne. I think it was a good choice, he kept Deulofeu out of the game and Baines couldn't get forward.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Can anyone pick a MotM? Who did the TV give it to? Of those who started, Nat, Steve, Vic, Adam, Luke, Jose - all top drawer, with Rickie and Dejan not far behind and Sam working hard and not giving Everton's defence time on the ball. But, for me, it's Jack. Despite fluffing his shot in the box, he was everything the current England midfielders aren't - strong in the tackle, broke things up, moved things forward, delivered some lovely passes ...... If ONLY he could add a couple of goals a season.[/p][/quote]Owen gave it to clyne. I think it was a good choice, he kept Deulofeu out of the game and Baines couldn't get forward. el caballo santos101
  • Score: 2

2:58pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Rising_Son says...

miltonarcher wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
Lucky, definite pen for Everton, to the it doesn't even out merchants, yes it does.
No it doesn't. Can you count?
Yes I can, the idea there is some sort of conspiracy against us is laughable. Today there were some game changing decisions that went our way, or do you only view the games through red and white specs, try Specsavers.
Let's put it this way, some would have given it. He was on his way down before there was contact. If you see it as him going down on purpose, it's a dive. If you see the defender making contact without getting the ball first, it's a penalty.

Whether things even out over a season can probably be best explained by probability theory. It would suggest that it does for some teams but not others.
[quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Lucky, definite pen for Everton, to the it doesn't even out merchants, yes it does.[/p][/quote]No it doesn't. Can you count?[/p][/quote]Yes I can, the idea there is some sort of conspiracy against us is laughable. Today there were some game changing decisions that went our way, or do you only view the games through red and white specs, try Specsavers.[/p][/quote]Let's put it this way, some would have given it. He was on his way down before there was contact. If you see it as him going down on purpose, it's a dive. If you see the defender making contact without getting the ball first, it's a penalty. Whether things even out over a season can probably be best explained by probability theory. It would suggest that it does for some teams but not others. Rising_Son
  • Score: 2

2:59pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Rising_Son says...

BracknellSaint wrote:
Hmm..
Adam's post match interview worries me a bit...
Great win though, should really have been more..
What did he say?
[quote][p][bold]BracknellSaint[/bold] wrote: Hmm.. Adam's post match interview worries me a bit... Great win though, should really have been more..[/p][/quote]What did he say? Rising_Son
  • Score: 0

3:01pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

miltonarcher wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
Lucky, definite pen for Everton, to the it doesn't even out merchants, yes it does.
No it doesn't. Can you count?
Yes I can, the idea there is some sort of conspiracy against us is laughable. Today there were some game changing decisions that went our way, or do you only view the games through red and white specs, try Specsavers.
I don't need Specsavers but you need an abacus.

And I don't watch through red and white specs. Check what I wrote - I asked others for their views of Osman's appeal because on the screen on which I was watching it looked like a penalty ..... as did the potentially game-changing decision to NOT award us a penalty before any of the other shouts when it hit Stone's outstretched arm.

I've no idea about the later Everton shout because my screen froze and I haven't seen it and I don't think the second half Saints shouts were penalties. However, a quick reminder of the game-changing penalty Newcastle were awarded last season when the ball hit Fox's arm will show that softer hand-ball penalties have been given against us.

The point is, over this season (and last, for that matter) we have clearly not had decisions even themselves out.
[quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Lucky, definite pen for Everton, to the it doesn't even out merchants, yes it does.[/p][/quote]No it doesn't. Can you count?[/p][/quote]Yes I can, the idea there is some sort of conspiracy against us is laughable. Today there were some game changing decisions that went our way, or do you only view the games through red and white specs, try Specsavers.[/p][/quote]I don't need Specsavers but you need an abacus. And I don't watch through red and white specs. Check what I wrote - I asked others for their views of Osman's appeal because on the screen on which I was watching it looked like a penalty ..... as did the potentially game-changing decision to NOT award us a penalty before any of the other shouts when it hit Stone's outstretched arm. I've no idea about the later Everton shout because my screen froze and I haven't seen it and I don't think the second half Saints shouts were penalties. However, a quick reminder of the game-changing penalty Newcastle were awarded last season when the ball hit Fox's arm will show that softer hand-ball penalties have been given against us. The point is, over this season (and last, for that matter) we have clearly not had decisions even themselves out. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 0

3:03pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Costa Baz says...

donni1437 wrote:
Clyne immense. What a game he had. Great to see him in this form. Cork and Vic partnership worked well and thought both were good. Cork more advanced and got in some decent positions. SRL did well in his deeper position. We well deserved the three points. Was Baines injured at the end? Could be a chance for Luke!
Clyne MOTM for me. Don't know who did get it. Walker, at Spurs is still struggling with injury, with stories that he may be back for last two games, so a good day for Clyne to impress Roy.

Cork, Davis and Vic also very good.
[quote][p][bold]donni1437[/bold] wrote: Clyne immense. What a game he had. Great to see him in this form. Cork and Vic partnership worked well and thought both were good. Cork more advanced and got in some decent positions. SRL did well in his deeper position. We well deserved the three points. Was Baines injured at the end? Could be a chance for Luke![/p][/quote]Clyne MOTM for me. Don't know who did get it. Walker, at Spurs is still struggling with injury, with stories that he may be back for last two games, so a good day for Clyne to impress Roy. Cork, Davis and Vic also very good. Costa Baz
  • Score: 2

3:04pm Sat 26 Apr 14

el caballo santos101 says...

I think its clear from his post match interview that MP is fed up with being asked the same transfer questions over and over again and would much rather talk about the game.
I think its clear from his post match interview that MP is fed up with being asked the same transfer questions over and over again and would much rather talk about the game. el caballo santos101
  • Score: 1

3:05pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Stroppy_gramps says...

He said nothing. just like they all keep saying nothing. which is the right thing to do.
speculation is going into overdrive - plenty of idiots saying on twitter that it means Lallana is off to united. utter twaddle.

Awesome performance, pity we couldn't get a goal of our own. superb statement of intent.
Can we catch Utd? Need their results to go our way I think, a draw from Norwich would be awesome and, I will say I think Norwich are going to be giving it some welly since they need the points.

could be a very interesting end to the season
He said nothing. just like they all keep saying nothing. which is the right thing to do. speculation is going into overdrive - plenty of idiots saying on twitter that it means Lallana is off to united. utter twaddle. Awesome performance, pity we couldn't get a goal of our own. superb statement of intent. Can we catch Utd? Need their results to go our way I think, a draw from Norwich would be awesome and, I will say I think Norwich are going to be giving it some welly since they need the points. could be a very interesting end to the season Stroppy_gramps
  • Score: 1

3:06pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Costa Baz says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
Lucky, definite pen for Everton, to the it doesn't even out merchants, yes it does.
No it doesn't. Can you count?
Yes I can, the idea there is some sort of conspiracy against us is laughable. Today there were some game changing decisions that went our way, or do you only view the games through red and white specs, try Specsavers.
I don't need Specsavers but you need an abacus.

And I don't watch through red and white specs. Check what I wrote - I asked others for their views of Osman's appeal because on the screen on which I was watching it looked like a penalty ..... as did the potentially game-changing decision to NOT award us a penalty before any of the other shouts when it hit Stone's outstretched arm.

I've no idea about the later Everton shout because my screen froze and I haven't seen it and I don't think the second half Saints shouts were penalties. However, a quick reminder of the game-changing penalty Newcastle were awarded last season when the ball hit Fox's arm will show that softer hand-ball penalties have been given against us.

The point is, over this season (and last, for that matter) we have clearly not had decisions even themselves out.
We had three ball to hand occurrences today alone, which other refs may have given to. "Big" team.
Their second appeal was a silly shirt tug from Lovren, to prevent their player from getting up. May have been given, but not today.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Lucky, definite pen for Everton, to the it doesn't even out merchants, yes it does.[/p][/quote]No it doesn't. Can you count?[/p][/quote]Yes I can, the idea there is some sort of conspiracy against us is laughable. Today there were some game changing decisions that went our way, or do you only view the games through red and white specs, try Specsavers.[/p][/quote]I don't need Specsavers but you need an abacus. And I don't watch through red and white specs. Check what I wrote - I asked others for their views of Osman's appeal because on the screen on which I was watching it looked like a penalty ..... as did the potentially game-changing decision to NOT award us a penalty before any of the other shouts when it hit Stone's outstretched arm. I've no idea about the later Everton shout because my screen froze and I haven't seen it and I don't think the second half Saints shouts were penalties. However, a quick reminder of the game-changing penalty Newcastle were awarded last season when the ball hit Fox's arm will show that softer hand-ball penalties have been given against us. The point is, over this season (and last, for that matter) we have clearly not had decisions even themselves out.[/p][/quote]We had three ball to hand occurrences today alone, which other refs may have given to. "Big" team. Their second appeal was a silly shirt tug from Lovren, to prevent their player from getting up. May have been given, but not today. Costa Baz
  • Score: 1

3:06pm Sat 26 Apr 14

miltonarcher says...

BracknellSaint wrote:
Hmm..
Adam's post match interview worries me a bit...
Great win though, should really have been more..
Mmmm me too, all this "we'll sit down in the summer and see how it goes" stuff.
[quote][p][bold]BracknellSaint[/bold] wrote: Hmm.. Adam's post match interview worries me a bit... Great win though, should really have been more..[/p][/quote]Mmmm me too, all this "we'll sit down in the summer and see how it goes" stuff. miltonarcher
  • Score: 0

3:09pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

Rising_Son wrote:
BracknellSaint wrote:
Hmm..
Adam's post match interview worries me a bit...
Great win though, should really have been more..
What did he say?
"I just want to enjoy my football. That's when I am at my happiest.

"Playing in a youthful team like this I feel like one of the experienced players.

"I am concentrating on the last two games and then I will sit down in the summer and see what happens.

"We have top players, a top manager and a top team. If we can add to that in the transfer market and keep progressing I am sure we can compete (for European football)."

It's going to be a looooooooooong Summer!
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BracknellSaint[/bold] wrote: Hmm.. Adam's post match interview worries me a bit... Great win though, should really have been more..[/p][/quote]What did he say?[/p][/quote]"I just want to enjoy my football. That's when I am at my happiest. "Playing in a youthful team like this I feel like one of the experienced players. "I am concentrating on the last two games and then I will sit down in the summer and see what happens. "We have top players, a top manager and a top team. If we can add to that in the transfer market and keep progressing I am sure we can compete (for European football)." It's going to be a looooooooooong Summer! Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 2

3:13pm Sat 26 Apr 14

george chivers says...

miltonarcher wrote:
BracknellSaint wrote:
Hmm..
Adam's post match interview worries me a bit...
Great win though, should really have been more..
Mmmm me too, all this "we'll sit down in the summer and see how it goes" stuff.
Yep me too. But not surprising given we the WC coming up. It could Adam with a great opportunity to improve his lot.

Les Reed said there is no need for our best players to go. He didn't say they wouldn't go and he hasn't said the manager won't go.
[quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BracknellSaint[/bold] wrote: Hmm.. Adam's post match interview worries me a bit... Great win though, should really have been more..[/p][/quote]Mmmm me too, all this "we'll sit down in the summer and see how it goes" stuff.[/p][/quote]Yep me too. But not surprising given we the WC coming up. It could Adam with a great opportunity to improve his lot. Les Reed said there is no need for our best players to go. He didn't say they wouldn't go and he hasn't said the manager won't go. george chivers
  • Score: -5

3:14pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Rising_Son says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
BracknellSaint wrote:
Hmm..
Adam's post match interview worries me a bit...
Great win though, should really have been more..
What did he say?
"I just want to enjoy my football. That's when I am at my happiest.

"Playing in a youthful team like this I feel like one of the experienced players.

"I am concentrating on the last two games and then I will sit down in the summer and see what happens.

"We have top players, a top manager and a top team. If we can add to that in the transfer market and keep progressing I am sure we can compete (for European football)."

It's going to be a looooooooooong Summer!
Mmmmm. Most of it seems to suggest he's staying.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BracknellSaint[/bold] wrote: Hmm.. Adam's post match interview worries me a bit... Great win though, should really have been more..[/p][/quote]What did he say?[/p][/quote]"I just want to enjoy my football. That's when I am at my happiest. "Playing in a youthful team like this I feel like one of the experienced players. "I am concentrating on the last two games and then I will sit down in the summer and see what happens. "We have top players, a top manager and a top team. If we can add to that in the transfer market and keep progressing I am sure we can compete (for European football)." It's going to be a looooooooooong Summer![/p][/quote]Mmmmm. Most of it seems to suggest he's staying. Rising_Son
  • Score: 2

3:17pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Rising_Son says...

george chivers wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
BracknellSaint wrote:
Hmm..
Adam's post match interview worries me a bit...
Great win though, should really have been more..
Mmmm me too, all this "we'll sit down in the summer and see how it goes" stuff.
Yep me too. But not surprising given we the WC coming up. It could Adam with a great opportunity to improve his lot.

Les Reed said there is no need for our best players to go. He didn't say they wouldn't go and he hasn't said the manager won't go.
He also hasn't said that Chelsea will win the prem.
[quote][p][bold]george chivers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BracknellSaint[/bold] wrote: Hmm.. Adam's post match interview worries me a bit... Great win though, should really have been more..[/p][/quote]Mmmm me too, all this "we'll sit down in the summer and see how it goes" stuff.[/p][/quote]Yep me too. But not surprising given we the WC coming up. It could Adam with a great opportunity to improve his lot. Les Reed said there is no need for our best players to go. He didn't say they wouldn't go and he hasn't said the manager won't go.[/p][/quote]He also hasn't said that Chelsea will win the prem. Rising_Son
  • Score: 1

3:31pm Sat 26 Apr 14

DisplacedFan says...

Santa Retfordia wrote:
DisplacedFan wrote:
You watch the papers say Evetton had a bad day. It's never due to a great team effort by Saints. Well done lads!
We were better in every single department. I wonder if Lou Reed's statement yesterday had an affect on morale?
We definitely had a good game plan. Wonder if MoPo factored in the two own goals?
[quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: You watch the papers say Evetton had a bad day. It's never due to a great team effort by Saints. Well done lads![/p][/quote]We were better in every single department. I wonder if Lou Reed's statement yesterday had an affect on morale?[/p][/quote]We definitely had a good game plan. Wonder if MoPo factored in the two own goals? DisplacedFan
  • Score: 0

3:52pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Blackknight says...

Great handling of BT Sports transfer speculation questions from MoPo.

Saints were dominant throughout and Clyne thoroughly deserved the MOTM award.
Great handling of BT Sports transfer speculation questions from MoPo. Saints were dominant throughout and Clyne thoroughly deserved the MOTM award. Blackknight
  • Score: 1

4:04pm Sat 26 Apr 14

warrens 76 says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
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and several others, all non de plumes of course.
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: It's a long one... but it's been a few weeks..... Alan Clarke (TV Director) - Made films such as Scum and The Firm Alan Towers (Ex-BBC newsreader and reporter) Amanda Holden (TV Presenter And Actress) Andrew Lancel (Actor) - Recently got killed off in Corrie Andy McNair (Actor) - Hollyoaks Actor Bill Bryson (Author) - Sardonic author of travel book Bill Dean (Actor) - Played Harry Cross in Brookside Bill Kenwright (Theatre Producer) - Our chairman Bill Tidy (Newspaper cartoonist) Billy Butler (Radio Merseyside Presenter) Brian Viner (Columnist for The Independent) Claire Sweeney (TV Presenter and Actress) 'Comedy' Dave Vitty (Radio Presenter) Dominic Lawson (Former Editor) - Was Editor of The Spectator Everton Fox (Weatherman) - Was working for the BBC Gabriel Clarke (Football Reporter) - ITV reporter George Costigan (Actor) Was in Rita, Sue and Bob Too Gethin Jones (TV Presenter) Gordon Honeycombe (Newsreader) Ian Birrell (Deputy Editor) - Works for The Independent newspaper Ian Hart (Actor) - Played Dr. Watson in two Sherlock Holmes Jennifer Ellison (Actress) - Was also in Brookside Jenny Seagrove (Actress) Jimmy Mulville (Writer) - Founded TV Company Hat Trick Productions Katie Downes (Model) Kenneth Cope (Actor) - From Randall and Hopkirk Deceased Kevin Dunn (Journalist) - ITV foreign correspondent Leonard Rossitter (Actor) - Played Rigsby in Rising Damp Liam Fogarty (TV Reporter) - Works for the BBC Mark Owen (TV Presenter) - Worked on Granada Television Michael Ryan (Actor) - Dream Team Actor Mike Hughes (Radio Presenter) - Radio Merseyside Presenter Mike Parry (Radio Presenter) - Former Talksport presenter Neil Buchanan (TV Presenter) - Aintree-born Art Attack presenter Neil Caple (Actor)- Played Marty in Brookside Neil McDermott (Actor) Played Ryan in Eastenders Paul Preston, OBE (Professor of Spanish Studies) Roger McGough (Poet) - Vice President of the Poetry Society Sam Kane (Actor) - Played hairdresser in Brookside Simon O'Brien (Actor) - Appears in various property shows Sir Ken Robinson (Inspirational creativity guru) Sophie Lawrence (Actress) - Former Eatenders actress Sylvester Stallone (Actor) - Once appeared on pitch at Goodison Vinny O'Connor (TV Reporter) Music Cahill (DJ) Damon Minchella (Popstar) - Bassist of Ocean Colour Scene Donny Tourette (Singer) - Singer in Towers of London Gil Norton (Music Producer) - Worked with Echo & the Bunnymen Ian Astbury (Singer) - Lead singer of The Cult Ian Ball (Singer) From band Gomez James Barton (DJ) - Creator of Cream nightclub Keith O'Neill (Drummer) - Drummer with band Cast Lee Latchford-Evans (Singer) - Former singer in pop band Steps Lee Mavers (Singer) - From the The La's Liz Mcclarnon (Singer) - Formerly of pop group Atomic Kitten Mike Lewis (Guitarist) - In the band Lostprophets Nicola Roberts (Singer) - Girls Aloud singer Osmo Tapio Räihälä (Composer) Paul Draper (Singer) - Was in band Mansun Paul McCartney (Singer) - From the Beatles Pete Best (Drummer) - Former Drummer of the Beatles Sonia (Singer)..... sort of :-/ Comedy Freddie Starr (Comedian) Kenny Everett (Comedian) Micky Finn (Comedian) Sean Styles (Comedian) - Local comedian Sid Tate (Comedian) Tom O'Connor (Comedian) Paul Whitehouse (Comedian) Spurs fan with soft spot for Everton Politics Alan Simpson (Labour MP for Nottingham South) Andy Burnham (Labour MP) Bob Wareing (MP for West Derby) Cllr Eddie Clein (Previous Lord Mayor of Liverpool) Cllr Ron Gould (Lord Mayer of Liverpool) Derek Hatton (Former Labour MP) Eric Heffer (MP) Eddie McGrady (MP) James Major (Son of former Prime Minister, John Major) Joe Anderson (Labour Councilor) Joe Benton (Labour MP for Bootle) Lord Barry Jones (Ex-MP of Deeside N. Wales) Lord Faulkner (Labour peer) Lord Granchester (Politician) - Grandson of Sir John Moores Mark H. Durkan (MP) Nigel Dodds (MP) Peter Kilfoyle (MP for Walton) Steve Fitzsimmons (Ex-Conservative councillor in Liverpool) Warren Bradley (Former Leader of City Council) Business Brendan Barber (General Secretary of the TUC) Martin Beamount (Chief Executive of the Co-Op) Prof Gary Davies (Physicist and Astronomer) Cllr Mark Dowd (Chairman of MerseyRail) Sir Terry Leahy (Former Tesco CEO) Eric Moonman (Professor; former MP and ESCLA chairman) Bernie Mullin (President of Atlanta Spirit, owner of the Atlanta Hawks) Steve Sinnott (General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers) Tony Woodley (British trade unionist) Footballers Alan Stubbs (Former Footballer) - Now Coach at Everton Alan Whittle (Former Footballer) Andy Griffin (Footballer) Andy Holden (Former Footballer) Barry Horne (Footballer) Billy Meredith (Former Footballer) Billy Paynter (Footballer) Billy Wright (Former Footballer) Brian Labone (Former Footballer) Bryan Hughes (Footballer) Carlo Nash (Footballer) Chris Foy (Football Referee) Cliff Marshall (Former Footballer) Colin Harvey (Former Footballer) Craig Hignett (Former Footballer) Dan Bennett (Footballer) Danny Butterfield (Footballer) Dave Hickson (Former Footballer) Dave Jones (Football Manager) Dave Nugent (Footballer) David Eyes (Footballer) David Nugent (Footballer)..... Sort of.... David Thompson (Footballer) - From Birkenhead David Unsworth (Football Coach) Derek Mountfield (Former Footballer) Derek Temple (Former Footballer) Dixie Dean (Former Footballer) Eddie Youds (Former Footballer) Eirik Bakke (Former Footballer) Francis Jeffers (Footballer) Gary Nelson (Footballer) Gary Speed (Footballer) From Deeside Graham Allen (Footballer) Ian Bishop (Former Footballer) Ian Nolan (Former Footballer) Ian Rush (Former Footballer) Ian Woan (Former Footballer) Iffy Onuora (Footballer) Jack Rodwell (Footballer) James McEveley (Footballer) Jamie Carragher (Footballer) Supported us as youngster Jim Bentley (Football Manager) Joe Collister (Footballer) From the Wirral Joe Mercer (Former Footballer) Joe Royle (Former Footballer) Joey Barton (Footballer) - Released by us as a youngster John Bailey (Former Footballer) Jonathan Walters (Footballer) - Stoke City striker Ken McKenna (Football Manager) Kenny Irons (Footballer) - Former Tranmere player Kevin Ratcliffe (Footballer) Kevin Sheedy (Former Footballer) Lee Trundle (Footballer) Lewis Holtby (Footballer) Michael Ball (Footballer) Mick Lyons (Former Footballer) Mickey Thomas (Former Footballer) Neville Southall (Former Footballer) Paul Bracewell (Former Footballer) Paul Connolly (Footballer) Paul Ifill (Footballer) Phil Edwards (Footballer) Robbie Fowler (Footballer) Ronnie Goodlass (Former Footballer) Roy Vernon (Former Footballer) Ryan Valentine (Footballer) Stephen Warnock (Footballer) From Ormskirk Stephen Wright (Footballer) Steve McManaman (Former Footballer) - Former Liverpool winger Tony Grant (Former Footballer) Tony Hibbert (Footballer) From Huyton Tony Warner (Footballer) Wayne Hennessey (Footballer) Wayne Rooney (Footballer) From Croxteth Other Sports Austin Healey (Rugby Player) - Evertonian from the Wirral Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards Stephen Hendry Are you listening..... ARE YOU LISTENING??? Your boys took one hell of a beating.... ONE HELLLLLLLLL OF A BEATING!!!!!![/p][/quote]And do not forget Kent141 Trebourba Saintly soul and several others, all non de plumes of course. warrens 76
  • Score: 6

5:13pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Norwegian Saint says...

Brilliant interview by MoPo, best of the season.
BT sport is awful.... all they went on about was the Everton shout for a penalty... What about the one, two, three, four we never got against them this season, and they were easy to spot.... or is it new laws to play with your hands outstretched now or do they only give pens to Liverpool this season (12)?
Brilliant interview by MoPo, best of the season. BT sport is awful.... all they went on about was the Everton shout for a penalty... What about the one, two, three, four we never got against them this season, and they were easy to spot.... or is it new laws to play with your hands outstretched now or do they only give pens to Liverpool this season (12)? Norwegian Saint
  • Score: 2

5:33pm Sat 26 Apr 14

jls217 says...

I guess all that matters is we get the 3 points. Enjoyed the game, great skill on display and and bit of rough and tumble too in places. Extremely worrying though that the best strikers on the pitch were 2 Everton defenders. Gallagher is big, awkward man to defend against but there doesn't seem to be any acceleration, guile or first touch skills in his repertoire. Reed would be worth another look at though.
Is anyone else concerned with how Lallana answered the question about his future. As captain and one of our stars I would have felt a lot more comfortable if he'd just come out and said he wasn't going anywhere. We'll have to wait and see in the summer doesn't carry much conviction. Or am I reading something into nothing?
If only we'd bought Defoe!
I guess all that matters is we get the 3 points. Enjoyed the game, great skill on display and and bit of rough and tumble too in places. Extremely worrying though that the best strikers on the pitch were 2 Everton defenders. Gallagher is big, awkward man to defend against but there doesn't seem to be any acceleration, guile or first touch skills in his repertoire. Reed would be worth another look at though. Is anyone else concerned with how Lallana answered the question about his future. As captain and one of our stars I would have felt a lot more comfortable if he'd just come out and said he wasn't going anywhere. We'll have to wait and see in the summer doesn't carry much conviction. Or am I reading something into nothing? If only we'd bought Defoe! jls217
  • Score: -1

5:36pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Fortnam says...

Scored any real goals yet? Average one per game and falling. You are so well sussed Havant and Waterloo could keep you out.
Scored any real goals yet? Average one per game and falling. You are so well sussed Havant and Waterloo could keep you out. Fortnam
  • Score: -7

5:45pm Sat 26 Apr 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
Has Sam got the right studs in? He's falling all over the place!
In case you didn't notice it at the time, Sam changed his boots after about ten minutes of slipping and sliding, the real culprit was the drenching of the pitch before the start and at half time, even Rickkie ended up on his backside a couple of times, there must be a reason why they like a wet pitch and it does look nice, but we had an inch of rain Thursday - Friday, so I am not sure it was essential on this occasion. If you watch the Dejan slide tackle which was claimed to be a Penalty, you will see that the Everton player had lost control of the ball before Dejan arrived at a high rate of knots on his backside, I suspect that was down to the pitch as well. I reckon the Ref got that one right, and got two other handballs wrong, but I am biased of course.
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: Has Sam got the right studs in? He's falling all over the place![/p][/quote]In case you didn't notice it at the time, Sam changed his boots after about ten minutes of slipping and sliding, the real culprit was the drenching of the pitch before the start and at half time, even Rickkie ended up on his backside a couple of times, there must be a reason why they like a wet pitch and it does look nice, but we had an inch of rain Thursday - Friday, so I am not sure it was essential on this occasion. If you watch the Dejan slide tackle which was claimed to be a Penalty, you will see that the Everton player had lost control of the ball before Dejan arrived at a high rate of knots on his backside, I suspect that was down to the pitch as well. I reckon the Ref got that one right, and got two other handballs wrong, but I am biased of course. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 2

5:52pm Sat 26 Apr 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Fortnam wrote:
Scored any real goals yet? Average one per game and falling. You are so well sussed Havant and Waterloo could keep you out.
We have scored 52 times this season won 14 games with them. Skates have 53 goals and 14 wins but have played 9 more games, what is your point?.
[quote][p][bold]Fortnam[/bold] wrote: Scored any real goals yet? Average one per game and falling. You are so well sussed Havant and Waterloo could keep you out.[/p][/quote]We have scored 52 times this season won 14 games with them. Skates have 53 goals and 14 wins but have played 9 more games, what is your point?. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 1

7:25pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Baddesley Bill says...

Fortnam wrote:
Scored any real goals yet? Average one per game and falling. You are so well sussed Havant and Waterloo could keep you out.
LOL at you :0)
[quote][p][bold]Fortnam[/bold] wrote: Scored any real goals yet? Average one per game and falling. You are so well sussed Havant and Waterloo could keep you out.[/p][/quote]LOL at you :0) Baddesley Bill
  • Score: 0

7:27pm Sat 26 Apr 14

miltonnroad76 says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Fortnam wrote:
Scored any real goals yet? Average one per game and falling. You are so well sussed Havant and Waterloo could keep you out.
We have scored 52 times this season won 14 games with them. Skates have 53 goals and 14 wins but have played 9 more games, what is your point?.
Seventh top scoring side in prem winning against everton with only one established striker saints were so good everton got on the end of great crosses for us anyway..
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fortnam[/bold] wrote: Scored any real goals yet? Average one per game and falling. You are so well sussed Havant and Waterloo could keep you out.[/p][/quote]We have scored 52 times this season won 14 games with them. Skates have 53 goals and 14 wins but have played 9 more games, what is your point?.[/p][/quote]Seventh top scoring side in prem winning against everton with only one established striker saints were so good everton got on the end of great crosses for us anyway.. miltonnroad76
  • Score: 2

8:27pm Sat 26 Apr 14

Clever Dick says...

Fortnam wrote:
Scored any real goals yet? Average one per game and falling. You are so well sussed Havant and Waterloo could keep you out.
You may not have noticed that we are extremely short of strikers at the moment due to the serious injury of our England international striker and the fact that we got rid of our Italian international striker because he didn't live up to our high standards. Own goals are generally scored by defenders being put under pressure and that's why we comfortably took apart a side desperately trying to get a champions league spot. Havant and Waterlooville could not only keep your bunch of donkeys at bay but they could comfortably score three or four as well.
[quote][p][bold]Fortnam[/bold] wrote: Scored any real goals yet? Average one per game and falling. You are so well sussed Havant and Waterloo could keep you out.[/p][/quote]You may not have noticed that we are extremely short of strikers at the moment due to the serious injury of our England international striker and the fact that we got rid of our Italian international striker because he didn't live up to our high standards. Own goals are generally scored by defenders being put under pressure and that's why we comfortably took apart a side desperately trying to get a champions league spot. Havant and Waterlooville could not only keep your bunch of donkeys at bay but they could comfortably score three or four as well. Clever Dick
  • Score: 3

12:58am Sun 27 Apr 14

Positively4thStreet says...

Santa Retfordia wrote:
DisplacedFan wrote:
You watch the papers say Evetton had a bad day. It's never due to a great team effort by Saints. Well done lads!
We were better in every single department. I wonder if Lou Reed's statement yesterday had an affect on morale?
Did he tell'em to "Take a walk on the Wild side" then?
[quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: You watch the papers say Evetton had a bad day. It's never due to a great team effort by Saints. Well done lads![/p][/quote]We were better in every single department. I wonder if Lou Reed's statement yesterday had an affect on morale?[/p][/quote]Did he tell'em to "Take a walk on the Wild side" then? Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 0

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