I reckon there'd be the football equivalent of Stockholm Syndrome eventually. Bit like how Sunderland fans are really enjoying being good in League 1 after years of being awful.20 years of Mike Walker, some sentence that. Think I’d crack somewhere a long the way.
I have been known to go to College Road and support Marine in the past when I'm sulking......I weighed up the option again after seeing the Millwall display and Silva's waffle todayIn good times and bad times...for better for worse. I'd still rather be a Blue than the alternative here. Though Im turning into the one on the right here
Yeah, I'm just saying that being the 4th most successful club is great n all but there are 2 generations of fans who haven't seen anything of the sort, it doesn't really mean much too them, they need their own glory days to connect with.BernieH, as I’ve said I’ve experienced more tosh than most on this forum and we are what we are. It’s a significantly different game on every level than it was back in the 60s and 70s. I’m as disillusioned as the next Evertonian but they remain MY club. That’s not going to change just because we haven’t a trophy for donkey’s years.
I agree Tommy. We were only saying the same about the more recent Joseph Yobo in the Zouma thread. A lot of guys who got stick in the past would be a godsend for us today mate.Aye.
What I'd give to see this present shower go on an unbeaten run of 21 games, that Gordon oversaw.
I remember that game well mate. Waddle was a complete donkey and I think Mick Lyons had the goal disallowed which would have been a brilliant story for him had it stood.Lost count how many times they have broken my heart,first time I can truly recall was a home derby December 1973,we lost 1-0,had a disallowed goal,their goal shinned in off the post,the scorer waddle looking suspiciously offside,you know the script,saturday hurt,but we expect it these days don't we?,at least it doesn't break my heart anymore,think it's immunisation