F**k me, read the post. I provided the reasoning in it. It's not as simple as selling Clyne was a mistake, selling Clyne has had a knock on effect which I put in the post.
Well you ignored the rest of my post which is saying why I don’t agree with your assessment that Clyne is what has led to all these problems.
The guy was irrelevant to the team for the best part of 2 years, when he wasn’t injured he was way behind two youngsters. I think that says it all about him and what he had to offer the club.
If you think it's gone from 5 points to 3, you can. I see it as increasing from 2 points before ko to 3 atm. Therefore the lead has increased.
I think most of us would have taken a 3 point lead at this point of the season. It's a year since we were losing at Swansea, couldn't hold an injury time lead against Spurs, and wondering if we were even going to finish top 4. Now there's forensic inquests instead into why we're not 5 points clear anymore.
I don’t need to think it’s gone from 5 points to 3, it’s literally a fact that is as true as death and taxes.
I really don’t understand how you can think we’ve extended the lead just because we played our game after them. After the same amount of games played, they have gone from 5 points behind to 3 points behind and just because we played our game on a different day doesn’t change that, whichever way you try and look at it. If we extended the lead then we would be more than 5 ahead of them now.
Bollocks, I don’t agree with that for a second. People saying we would have taken being 3 points ahead of them at this stage if it was offered to us is a little bit of hiding in the sand way of looking at it IMO. At the start of the season yes, but since then things have changed. I love that we are ahead of them by 3 points still, but it doesn’t hide the fact we had the chance to stay 7 ahead of them or increase it to 10 when we played them and had the chance to increase the lead to 7 a few days ago and had the chance to maintain a 5 point gap yesterday. 3 points ahead is great but people need to stop pretending that’s amazing because they would have taken it if offered, especially when we’ve literally thrown away 4 points in 2 games. What happens if we end up a point ahead soon, will people then say they’d have taken that? Yes at the start of the season if that was offered of course we all would, but you can’t get away from the fact that there was a 7 point gap offered to us and we didn’t take it.
Every Everton fan on social media saying they be supporting City tomorrow on about lpool cheating this and that. No word from.them last week on keita foul or fact keita was pulled back for Antonio goal. Imagine looking your own team to lose in Feb. Bitter tw*ts of highest order. Everton won't raise a leg tomorrow. But when we play them they moan about everything.
It’s funny because it’s like they think the pasting they are going to get is optional. The fact they want to lose to spite us says it all about them.
« Last Edit: Feb 05, 2019 11:32:21 am by 7-King Kenny-7 »