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It's like Derby and Forest, regarding Everton.

Think they're entitled to success and believe that they're a 'big' club, when in fact that their history 30 years ago etc is not current and they haven't achieved anything of note for many season now.

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2 minutes ago, Wymeswold fox said:

It's like Derby and Forest, regarding Everton.

Think they're entitled to success and believe that they're a 'big' club, when in fact that their history 30 years ago etc is not current and they haven't achieved anything of note for many season now.

Add leeds, villa and newcastle into that as well 

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7 minutes ago, Wymeswold fox said:

It's like Derby and Forest, regarding Everton.

Think they're entitled to success and believe that they're a 'big' club, when in fact that their history 30 years ago etc

Maybe they just long for some good times again, I don’t get this whole entitled rubbish. Apparently we’re entitled whenever we moan about Puel, codswallop.

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Just now, lanefox said:

Schlupp missing chances never heard that one before

Well my collection of balls when sitting in row z says otherwise... 

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11 minutes ago, foxes_rule1978 said:

Well my collection of balls when sitting in row z says otherwise... 

The everton one is my personal favourite

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No-one wants 7th lol 

 

Watford, Wolves, Leicester, West Ham, Everton, Bournemouth at the moment is the order from 7th to 12th and those who have a realistic chance of getting 7th. 3 points separating the 6 sides.

Next round of fixtures for all:

 

Tottenham vs Watford

Wolves vs West Ham

Liverpool vs Leicester :nono:

Huddersfield vs Everton

Bournemouth vs Chelsea

 

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Still 9th. All other results in our favour. Six clubs separated by three points!

 

Trouble is we go to Liverpool next...

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48 minutes ago, Wymeswold fox said:

It's like Derby and Forest, regarding Everton.

Think they're entitled to success and believe that they're a 'big' club, when in fact that their history 30 years ago etc is not current and they haven't achieved anything of note for many season now.

Unfair comparison. Everton have spent a lot of money and recruited several managers in recent years. 7th, at least, should be theirs but they've managed that once in five years.

 

Plus the fact their neighbours are doing so well exacerbates the issue.

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Makes it even more frustrating given the results today, just a shred of consistency and we could have been out of sight in 7th.

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1 hour ago, Wymeswold fox said:

It's like Derby and Forest, regarding Everton.

Think they're entitled to success and believe that they're a 'big' club, when in fact that their history 30 years ago etc is not current and they haven't achieved anything of note for many season now.

32nd & 33rd for the East Midland has beens.

 

Everton 6th, to be fair.

 

All time Premier League table

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53 minutes ago, Suzie the Fox said:

Amazed Palace put x3 past Liverpool today and still lost. Bit like some other PL team :) 

Liverpool struggling at the back with injuries and Milner suspended, it will come down to who scores the most:( trouble is there is no comparison, they are far superior in that department.:surrender:

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