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Everton protest tonight

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They've had Carlo Ancelotti as manager
Spent multi millions on players and are moving to a new state of the art stadium .
So the fans are a tad disgruntled and are going to walk out 27 minutes after kick off :lol: ..it looks like Rafa the gaffa is toast..... :duno:
I suppose having liverpool playing fantastic football
and moyes doing a very decent job with another unfashionable club doesn't help
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27 fans walked out on 27 minutes !!!
Btw, how wasn't that a straight red ??
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Was that it :lol:
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"I started following this club that have been stuck in the middle of the top flight for 70 years (bar a couple of league titles in the 60s and 80s)...and I'm outraged that they're stuck in the middle of the top flight"
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mentalcase wrote: Mon Dec 06, 2021 8:31 pm 27 fans walked out on 27 minutes !!!
Btw, how wasn't that a straight red ??
It was.

If the ref doesn’t give it, and VAR doesn’t intervene, can the FA still sanction the player retrospectively?

Even if they can they won’t, because it points the finger at the performance of the ref/officials/ VAR/system in general.
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Mountain wrote: Mon Dec 06, 2021 9:00 pm "I started following this club that have been stuck in the middle of the top flight for 70 years (bar a couple of league titles in the 60s and 80s)...and I'm outraged that they're stuck in the middle of the top flight"
They're going down this year for sure .. The league is always decided by December dontcha know?
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It was vicious and Cowardly :redc:
I hate to see games spoiled with players being sent off...but ffs that was a red card all day long
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1-1 now, joined us in the 16 points crew
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And yes, it was a red

I don't understand why when a player is on the floor it seems perfectly acceptable to follow through with your foot. Saw it happen to Leeds players a few times last season, kicks in the head, stamps on the hand or foot. As a player you need to be in control of your feet.
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2-1

92nd minute strike by Gray gives Everton all 3 points?
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Demarai Gray 2M
Andros Townsend free
Dan James 25M

Gray has been class all season and scores goals
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Mountain wrote: Mon Dec 06, 2021 9:00 pm "I started following this club that have been stuck in the middle of the top flight for 70 years (bar a couple of league titles in the 60s and 80s)...and I'm outraged that they're stuck in the middle of the top flight"
Pretty much.

Some fanbases don't know they're born. :roll:
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YorkshireSquare wrote: Mon Dec 06, 2021 9:43 pm And yes, it was a red

I don't understand why when a player is on the floor it seems perfectly acceptable to follow through with your foot. Saw it happen to Leeds players a few times last season, kicks in the head, stamps on the hand or foot. As a player you need to be in control of your feet.
Yes, it did happen a couple of times to us....Raphina's hand stamped on once I remember?
And yes! You should be accountable to control your feet!
A red card all day long. Pathetic cowardly VAR....again.
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