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    Chelsea 6 Everton 0

    That's not why they signed Sean, he must be running out of road now, if they could afford to sack him I suspect they would.

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    I was logged in to an Everton fan base on social media, the majority want him gone NOW!

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    He seems to have lost the players which is odd considering the burnley connections and the fact that after the first points deduction they rallied and had a really good spell.

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    A terrible performance. No team spirit, even Tarkowski couldn't raise a smile.

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    Dyche is safe as houses.Quite simply because they can't afford a replacement.

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    Everton v Chelsea is = or > One of the worst Burnley Teams I've seen for a long time..... How much have Everton spunked to get hobbled with points deductions on top. Sean is nowhere near safe even though he didnít spend the money.

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    I was more appalled at the Chelsea eejits of French/African descent who were trying to forcibly take the ball off the nominated penalty taker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bedlington Terrier View Post
    I was more appalled at the Chelsea eejits of French/African descent who were trying to forcibly take the ball off the nominated penalty taker.
    It was only settled when Conor Gallagher grabbed the ball off Madueke and said “Hey Noni No”.

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    What a difference last night, from abysmal to magnificent in just over a week. They were outplayed for long spells, rode their luck at times, but never took a backward step and were in Liverpool's faces all night. It seemed he had lost them at Chelsea, but it was like they had 11 Sean Dyche's out on the pitch, never under-estimate Sean, he has bouncebackability in Spades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinkov View Post
    What a difference last night, from abysmal to magnificent in just over a week. They were outplayed for long spells, rode their luck at times, but never took a backward step and were in Liverpool's faces all night. It seemed he had lost them at Chelsea, but it was like they had 11 Sean Dyche's out on the pitch, never under-estimate Sean, he has bouncebackability in Spades.
    To be fair mon ami Tarkowski won just about every tackle and header and McNeil was irresistible.

    Dyche, McNeil and Tarkowski, where have I seen them all before?

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