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2 hours ago, byeo said:

washing machines live longer with Wilder.

 
 

That's not a very fair comment (my opinion as an Owl), bloke has done wonders for them and I think Chris Wilder will be the next manager of Everton.

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We never got out of second gear today. 

 

Amazing to think we were without Basham, OConnell, Baldock and in addition we rest our two leading goalscorers and still score 4 goals quite comfortably.

 

 

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Said to a blade at work madine could be a decent signing for you, he has an eye for goal and will get plenty of chances in your team it was only his off field stuff that lets him down but keep that in check and he'll do a job as shown yesterday.  Wasn't surprised you managed to put 4 past them, unlike us you are much better going forward ,😔

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11 hours ago, abbeyedges said:

We never got out of second gear today. 

 

Amazing to think we were without Basham, OConnell, Baldock and in addition we rest our two leading goalscorers and still score 4 goals quite comfortably.

 

 

We never needed to break beyond second gear though did we. We suffocated them out of the game and panicked them senseless when going forwards.

 

Could have had double the 4 that we scored quite easily.

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Reading were lucky we kept it to 4 (seriously), Hogan was unlucky not to score a couple, I genuinely thought a 6-0 was on the cards. 

 

As for Gary Madine, his all round play was outstanding yesterday,  not only the goals but the intelligent play and the fact he was always looking to create for others.

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8 minutes ago, Grappler said:

Reading were lucky we kept it to 4 (seriously), Hogan was unlucky not to score a couple, I genuinely thought a 6-0 was on the cards. 

 

As for Gary Madine, his all round play was outstanding yesterday,  not only the goals but the intelligent play and the fact he was always looking to create for others.

Would love to see a heat map for Gary Madine.

 

His work rate is immense, not only playing centrally but making runs left and right. He also tracks back to win the ball and to link up with midfield before making runs forward again. 

 

The lad has obvious talent and seems to have matured into quite a player. IF he can keep on top of the flaws that have given him a past reputation, he will be a fantastic player and will score bags of goals. 

 

 

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4 hours ago, cmonkes said:

Would love to see a heat map for Gary Madine.

 

His work rate is immense, not only playing centrally but making runs left and right. He also tracks back to win the ball and to link up with midfield before making runs forward again. 

 

The lad has obvious talent and seems to have matured into quite a player. IF he can keep on top of the flaws that have given him a past reputation, he will be a fantastic player and will score bags of goals. 

 

 

He's only one night out away from a custodial sentence, that's his most consistent trait! 

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11 minutes ago, speedy69 said:

He's only one night out away from a custodial sentence, that's his most consistent trait! 

And Forestieri was recently charged with racially related behaviour, didn't stop you lot cheering for him yesterday when he scored did it? He was a hero when he went to high five the fan who had invaded the pitch?

 

 

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3 minutes ago, cmonkes said:

And Forestieri was recently charged with racially related behaviour, didn't stop you lot cheering for him yesterday when he scored did it? He was a hero when he went to high five the fan who had invaded the pitch?

 

 

Comparing charged with convicted are we?

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5 minutes ago, speedy69 said:

Comparing charged with convicted are we?

I guess we will have to wait until his trial on the 28th March, however the F.A certainly discovered enough evidence to sanction him as guilty with a ban.

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1 hour ago, cmonkes said:

I guess we will have to wait until his trial on the 28th March, however the F.A certainly discovered enough evidence to sanction him as guilty with a ban.

The fa charged him with violent behaviour, not racial related behaviour!

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39 minutes ago, speedy69 said:

The fa charged him with violent behaviour, not racial related behaviour!

Which ironically is what you are having a pop at Madine for. Regardless of whether on or off the pitch, they have been found guilty of the same thing.

 

And again we will wait until the 28th March won't we. 

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