Everton making fourth would be a major victory for the English game

, 14 April, 0comments  |  Jump to most recent
A nice piece on the Here Is The City site speaks in glowing terms of how the fresh face of Roberto Martinez's stylish Everton in the top four would be a boon for the Premier League.
Everton have emerged from the mediocre days of David Moyes as one of the most likeable teams in the division, playing a type of football almost as technical as anything La Liga has to offer yet with all the exciting directness of English football.
Seeing Goodison Park hosting top-level European nights once again would be a major win for the ideas of responsible managing and good football played by a team rather than a few high-class individuals bought at extreme costs.

The Toffees have been more exciting to watch at times than Manchester City, whose squad has been put together for untold billions. Beating the dullards at Manchester United and Chelsea in the style stakes has been a doddle.

Yet there's yet to be any arrogance come through from the way they play. After so many years of struggle, Everton fans aren't about to become self-absorbed egotists.

For so long they've arguably been the most authentic club in the Premier League, with a wonderful fanbase full of people who understand how to appreciate the game and how it should be played. It seems almost mean that they were stuck with Moyes for so long considering how their side has flourished after being given a few ideas and a bit of freedom to play.

» Read the full article at Here Is The City

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