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I'd swap him for Wenger, mate.Got a lot of stick after the Fulham game and people still think hes there for shots to be taken at. Hes the best Manager in the League, wouldnt swop him for ANYBODY in World Football.
Birmingham and Fulham are reachable. Plus, Birmingham are doing what we've been accused of doing for the last few seasons. They are punching above their weight. They're nowhere near the class of the teams above them. I'm sure that we'll overtake them.Well, if you look at the table, theres quite a big gap between "us" and Birmingham, I think its 6-7 points, we are gonna have to work really hard to claw that back, we can do it, without a doubt, but looking at the games in Feb, we will have to accept that we cant win them all.
Feb will make or break us.
The key thing tho is mate, most of those tough run of games are at home. If Gerrard and Torres are out of the derby at Anfield then I would fully expect us to get something out of the game there. I would say the same about Man United at Goodison, I really don't rate them at all this season, they only have one centre mid. Chelsea fair enough we will do well to get anything there, even at home. Spurs away is the one where we'll find out a lot about the rest of the season, they have been dominating almost everyone at WHL.I dont doubt we will catch them, its just gonna take time to watch any progress really. As I say, your looking at 3 games untill we can even think about catching Birmingham.
So thats Sunderland H, Wigan A, Liverpool A.
Then we gotta hope to maintain our form at Chelsea H, Utd H, Spurs A.
Tough games, all of them. In our current form, im gonna go for 5 wins and a draw.
There is some validity to what you are saying, but you remember where we were when WS was shown the door. I'd rather have these problems than deal with climbing out of the Championship, as I am sure you do too. Moyes is here. Life is good. The glass is half-full.Dont get me wrong i love Moyesy but its a dangerous game we play being so dependent on one man as a buissness for me. What i would love is for the club to become more self sustainable and look at less volitile ways of creating revenue then rely soley on the success and skill of one employee, who after all works in a market were there is a high instance of job turnover either by sacking or poaching.
So to summerise Moyes is ace - but he has become more then just a football manager to Everton - hes a cash cow worth possibly 10s of millions on our balance sheet annually.
And each time we recover, our football gets better.He has a good eye with finding talent, his only problems is willing to used them, Coleman is the best recent example. He used to have problem with making substitution too late or making negative substitution. But finally he has learn his lesson and making substitution nice and early to give them time to make thing happen.
One thing has never change with Moyes, whenever we seem to be having a bad start to a season, he always find a solution to our problem, and we always seem to recover, the recent display is a perfect example.
To me, Moyes is a perfect manager for us, and I wouldn't swap him for anyone else.
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