Yes, that's right — a patched-up Everton side travelled to Anfield on Monday night and dared to come away with a point. These gobshites that fill Anfield every week make me laugh, they really do. The only atmosphere being created in the ground came from the Everton end while the gormless kopites just sat there and stared at us.
Just as Highbury was known as the Library, maybe Anfield should now be christened the Morgue... How quiet Anfield was untill Stevie Bud Bottle scored, it was frightening. I swear I heard a pidgeon fart on the main stand roof.
The only thing the tossers kitted out like Father Christmas seemed to care about was getting photos of players taking corners and throw ins. You can imagine them at work the next day in London, Bristol and Yorkshire... "Here's one of Stevie G tying his bootlace... Oh and here's one of Carra scratching his balls as Cahill buries his header.... Oh and here's poor Rafa having another nervous breakdown." Fucking arseholes the lot of 'em.
As for the game itself, I thought we played very well in our half of the pitch but we lacked a little when going forward. Once they scored, I felt it needed freshening up at that stage as Osman had become a spectator — as he often does in big games. I know many of you think Leon is a great player but at the same time you point to the Fiorentina home game as his finest hour. That was 12 months ago, guys. What since then??? Not much really is the answer.
It worked out in the end and none of us can moan about a 1-1 draw and stopping them going back to the top of the table. LOVELY!
Tim the legend Cahill is now offically a God after his goal and must go down as our most influential player since the glory days of the 1980s when the likes of Trevor Steven and Reidy strutted thier stuff. I never though we would find someone to carry the club on his shoulders like Big Dunc used to but I was wrong. Tim Cahill is the man these days and must be worth at least £30 million if Robbie Keane is worth £20 million.
If Cahill scores again on Sunday, we should erect a statue of him in the car park behind the Park End Stand. It should read... "Tim Cahill — the Man, the Player, the God".
What we now need to do is maintain the same tempo and desire that was shown on Monday night. Get into the twats from the word go and don't let them settle. I can't see them playing the same team again but whether this works in our favour or not remains to be seen. I mean they beat Man Utd this season without Gerrard or Torres in the side so we need to be careful. No thinking the job's already done if they do drop players.
Liverpool may not play Gerrard or Torres in this game but they will have an ace up their sleeves in the shape of Steve Bennett. This prick will give them everything they tell him to. We need to keep our cool with this clown in charge.
My main concern now is that, if we do knock them out of the cup, that will give Kenwright justification not to allow any signings before the end of the window. We are desperate for a striker to come in and I can't believe a chairman, who is constantly telling us what a great Evertonian he is, allowing this farcical situation to continue.
If it ends up we get knocked out and they go through, then expect some fireworks from the fans. It's all good at the moment but if the unthinkable does happen, both Kenwright and Moyes will get slaughtered for the inactivity in the transfer market this January.
For many of our fans and players, this game on Sunday will be the biggest they have ever been involved in. We must not fail. With 6,000 mad Evertonians behind the lads this weekend, I don't think we will. Taking the bastards back to Goodison will do for me but a win will see me dancing until my broken foot falls off.
See you there Sunday lads COYBS
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