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Video Evidence: Antonio Rudiger Stomp On Emerson Royal Looks Deliberate
By Harry Hotspur -

No positives to take from the second three-nil drubbing of the season. There has been some mumbling about ‘being the better side in the first-half, but the reality was that we just about managed to keep Chelsea out, and after a brief team talk Thomas Tuchel made the required adjustments.

Chelsea was the superior side, and not conceding 3 goals in both halves is a poor indicator of any success.

Fortunately, the game didn’t deteriorate into the usual handbags; although the Blues’ Rudiger did his best to drag things to his level.

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England Mike
England Mike
1 month ago

Nuno looks a stop gap appointment until next summer when either Potter or Rodgers will probably be available, but Levy will go for someone completely unsuitable for the club again.

CowSpurs
CowSpurs
1 month ago

The supporters with an ounce of common sense knew this was a season of burying our heads in the sand. We have spent lots of money, as stated to me by an Everton fan this week, but instead of buying 5 top players in 3 seasons we have bought a carbuncle of average players who struggle to ‘do a job’ and wasted £100m on Ndom and Lo Celso. 2 players that frustrate the life out of me, yet they still have their supporters within our club.

I am not under any illusions that the mess we are in will take a few seasons to rectify, but only if we do it correctly. Due to years of heel dragging by Levy I will not be convinced by anyone that we are headed in the right direction until we get a player or two that have a ‘spark’ and can get us supporters on the edge of our seats. We are flooding the team with players who couldn’t ignite a catherine wheel and they seem to have been told not to by NES. We look utterly clueless in attack. Is he really a poor manager or is he is only guilty of taking a job nobody else wanted? Poch failed with a better team and Jose too, so what hope did he have? I am not sure what NES is meant to do, but I wish he’d do it in the style of Brighton’s Potter rather than Burnley’s Dyche.

madcap
madcap
1 month ago

I was at the game, and I have to disagree about your first half analysis. Spurs were the better team and pushed Chelsea back well in to their half for most of the 45 minutes. We were not clinical or perhaps good enough in front of goal, and went in 0-0 at half time. The 2nd half was a completely different game, with Chelsea totally dominant.

Sonificent
Sonificent
1 month ago
Reply to  madcap

Still feel Chelsea had good chances to score in the first half. We had an energetic 20 minutes then the usual dross from a largely unfit for purpose group of dossers.

Dino
Dino
1 month ago

Ironically we were interested in signing him in January…. its going to be a long season…. I can’t see us finishing top 10… I wonder what Nunos remit is for this season…

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