Let me say up front that I am absolutely sick to death of writing missives about this horrendous season, but after the debacle at the Emirates, I’m afraid I’ve had to put fingers to keyboard again.
Ronald Koeman played a back three against Arsenal at Goodison, they scored five, we got destroyed and Koeman bit the dust.
Adam and Groucho look back on a dreadful night for Everton at Arsenal as Allardyce makes five changes and the blues concede five goals. Plus, Lookman’s German jolly is off to a flyer but who’d have thought it?
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When you begin to evaluate the relative success or failure of Everton’s January transfer window it feels important to locate it within the wider context the window exists within. With each passing year, it appears that supporters of most clubs become increasingly frustrated and angry at their own clubs efforts.
Adam reads forum comments and makes some observations about the midweek 2-0 victory over Leicester, Theo Walcott, Seamus Coleman and Everton’s transfer deadline day activity.
A first half double from Theo Walcott and a superb return to first team action for Seamus Coleman were the highlights of an entertaining and much needed return to winning ways.
Ademola Lookman has left Everton and will spend the rest of the season on loan with RB Leipzig in the Bundesliga.
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