Can we take a moment to laugh heartily at Everton?

rez9000

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Their fans in general seem decent until they get in a football ground, then they're entitled, sulking, whiny little ****s who boo every correct decision against them and let a disgusting phlegm-y screech out whenever something doesn't go their way.
I do find it annoying when we play them, but I respect Everton fans for it. They're partial and tribal and that, for me, is the essence of football - a sort of 'my club, right or wrong' type attitude. It would be nice if we had a little more of that - not quite to their extent, but a bit more fire in the belly.
 

DJS

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I don’t think Delph says anything wrong there to be fair. Maybe he is trying his hardest but he’s just not very good.
His spelling is pure wrongness though.

If anything I feel he should be sent to night time spelling classes.
 
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I appreciated them singing about cheering when spurs lifted the cup, during the last game of the season.

Obviously the players did too, seeing as we gifted them a point.
 

Pellshek

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All sounding rather shady over at Everton these days. £111m in losses, a PL investigations, Russian businessmen, cash and "deals" sloshing about. Yeah, this isn't the way to go.

Article/image credit: Google News search for Everton.

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Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Tom Davies on winter break in New York.
It's... certainly a look.

Just don't think about how much both of those outfits probably cost despite looking like they've just rifled through the clothes bin at a thrift store, or you're risking an aneurysm.
 

Marty

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It's seen by many (and I will include myself in this) as a crying shame that there are no openly gay professional footballers who are willing to stand on the barricades and fight homophobia both on the pitch and in the stands.

But now it appears they have a potential figurehead in young Mr. Davies.
 
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