Tactics Talk: Everton’s over-reliance on Marouane Fellaini bordered on ridiculous against Manchester United
Recent meetings between Manchester United and Everton have been well documented and David Moyes’ side could be labelled the Premier League leader’s bogey team.
David Moyes tested Chelsea with a strong attacking unit, intent on stifling their progress and taking advantage of any weakness, but they stood strong and showed why they are European champions.
It’s only August – surely Manchester United can’t have lost the title already – can they?
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Ahead of yesterday’s FA Cup semi-final between Tottenham and Chelsea, a moment of reflection was scheduled before kick-off so that the 96 fans who lost their lives at Hillsborough in 1989 could be remembered.
When Royston Drenthe netted the winner for Everton against Wigan at the beginning of the season, it was the on-loan Real Madrid man who stole all the headlines.
England have plenty of talent, I just hope they are not crocked or too tired come next summer otherwise it will the usual disappointment.
It’s worth noting Denis Stracqualursi’s name fits perfectly to the tune of Gerry and the Pacemakers’ Ferry ‘Cross The Mersey.
Blackburn Rovers are very much involved in a scrap for survival, having not won any of their last eight Premier League matches, since beating West Brom 2-0 on 23 January.
Keith Harris, the chairman of the investment bank Seymour Pierce and the man who brokered billionaire takeovers at Premier League clubs Chelsea, Aston Villa, Manchester City and elsewhere, has revealed that he has advised Liverpool and Everton to groundshare.
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