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    So proud of Liverpool for getting that result after a bad start. I thought Suarez was excellent. Downing had a good game, Gerrard & Spearing were solid & Carroll was brilliant always kept trying & he come good in the end so happy for him!

    To be honest i felt a bit sorry for David Moyes at the end. I just don't have a bad word to say about the guy. I think he's done a brilliant job at Everton, & i felt he's always conducted himself well with our rivalry. In his interview it looked like he was about to or had been crying. But he gave us credit as did Kenny with Everton.

    I hope Kenny consoled him in the end with a drink.

    I'm not one of those fans that hate Everton, I've come across many decent Everton fans that have been civil with me. I hope Everton beat Man Utd @ Old Trafford though...
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    He's a good manager. But Fergie is also a good manager.

    ****. Them. And their ***** clubs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShanklyFowler View Post
    So proud of Liverpool for getting that result after a bad start. I thought Suarez was excellent. Downing had a good game, Gerrard & Spearing were solid & Carroll was brilliant always kept trying & he come good in the end so happy for him!

    To be honest i felt a bit sorry for David Moyes at the end. I just don't have a bad word to say about the guy. I think he's done a brilliant job at Everton, & i felt he's always conducted himself well with our rivalry. In his interview it looked like he was about to or had been crying. But he gave us credit as did Kenny with Everton.

    I hope Kenny consoled him in the end with a drink.


    I'm not one of those fans that hate Everton, I've come across many decent Everton fans that have been civil with me. I hope Everton beat Man Utd @ Old Trafford though...
    I really couldn't give a **** about him or everton
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    Ten more years, ten more years.
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    Moyes claimed that the nation wanted Everton to beat Liverpool. I would look deeper into this comment because I think he means the nation is against us because LFC is racist because of the Saurez business. I would ask him why he thinks that the nation is behind him and Everton.
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    Unlike phil neville, moyes didn't give Liverpool an ounce of credit, so he can go to Hell
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    Ten Great Years .......How many loses against Liverpool?
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    David Moyes and Everton are to be respected. This city has two historic clubs and they both contribute worthily to the city's reputation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedKite View Post
    David Moyes and Everton are to be respected. This city has two historic clubs and they both contribute worthily to the city's reputation.
    How about no.
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    David Moyes is a football genius
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanLFC92 View Post
    David Moyes is a football genius
    Aye... he's managed to make losing somehow successful.
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    Lets be honest, if Kenwright had more money he would have not lasted this long has manager
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanLFC92 View Post
    David Moyes is a football genius
    agree
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    Quote Originally Posted by PauloMossy View Post
    Aye... he's managed to make losing somehow successful.
    The world's most successful unsuccessful manager.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dioltas View Post
    The world's most successful unsuccessful manager.
    And it cost the princely sum of 5m less than Arsenal over the last ten years!!

    No... Wait...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dioltas View Post
    The world's most successful unsuccessful manager.
    if success goes to your head, where does unsuccess go? that doesnt even mae sense. my letter cay is broen. i love all ye guys. i thin you're all great.xoxo forever my fellow reds.
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    David Moyes can now either get back in his box, or else go to Mordor to try and snaffle the One Ring before Jay Spearing turfs it into the fires of Mount Doom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by comedontbeostrich View Post
    He's a good manager. But Fergie is also a good manager.

    ****. Them. And their ***** clubs.
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    **** him.........no
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    Kenny gave everton respect yesterday so do i today.not to give respect smacks of the lesser teams behaviour namelly manchester united and chelsea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redronan View Post
    Kenny gave everton respect yesterday so do i today.not to give respect smacks of the lesser teams behaviour namelly manchester united and chelsea.
    Kenny was magnificent during his post match interview. He paid a huge amount of respect to both Everton and more importantly their fans. I only hope it has some impact on how they view us in future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShanklyFowler View Post
    So proud of Liverpool for getting that result after a bad start. I thought Suarez was excellent. Downing had a good game, Gerrard & Spearing were solid & Carroll was brilliant always kept trying & he come good in the end so happy for him!

    To be honest i felt a bit sorry for David Moyes at the end. I just don't have a bad word to say about the guy. I think he's done a brilliant job at Everton, & i felt he's always conducted himself well with our rivalry. In his interview it looked like he was about to or had been crying. But he gave us credit as did Kenny with Everton.

    I hope Kenny consoled him in the end with a drink.

    I'm not one of those fans that hate Everton, I've come across many decent Everton fans that have been civil with me. I hope Everton beat Man Utd @ Old Trafford though...
    You dont have to hate Everton to be an LFC fan. Moyes is a great manager who has done a fantastic job at a club with little money. He has been a major factor in keeping the clubs premier league status over the years, and thus given us all something to look forward to each season. As for any comments he made, well, their wouldnt be much rivalry in a game where everything was all lovey dovey. If Moyes leaves Everton and they go down, I for one would want him back. There is a difference between hating and healthy rivalry.
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    If moyes left everton they would not suffer - he has been well over rated - long may he manage them.

    Won nothing in 10 years.

    Lots of smaller clubs have won trophys in that time.
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    I'm sorry but I don't like him and never will.

    The relationship between Everton and Liverpool has deteriorated badly over the past 10 years.

    Moyes spiteful and bitter words towards us over that decade are very much to blame.

    That said he gave Liverpool a cracking teamtalk in yesterday's press..
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    Keep Moyes at Neverton..4 wins in 23 derbies..he deserves another 10 years in charge
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