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Idrissa Gueye will be assessed for readiness following his travels for international duty but is expected to be available

Updated Everton's season resumes on Saturday following a long three-week break as Sean Dyche bids to avoid tying Mike Walker's unenviable record of 12 matches without registering a victory in the Premier League era.

The Toffees still haven't won a League game since 16 December but travel to Bournemouth with a mostly fit squad with only Dele Alli, Lewis Dobbin and Arnaut Danjuma likely to be ruled out completely due to injury and lack of fitness.

There are question marks over whether André Gomes has been able to use the three-week break from action to get back to full fitness (although he was pictured in training this week) and while Danjuma also rejoined the squad this week having recovered from the ankle injury he sustained at Fulham two months ago, his manager admitted during his pre-match press conference that the Dutch winger won't be ready for the trip to Vitality Stadium.

Idrissa Gueye’s readiness will be assessed following his return from international duty with Senegal. The midfielder missed the last two of Everton’s games because of a groin problem but travelled over the break for his country’s games against Gabon and Benin and is expected to be available.

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Unfortunately, however, Dobbin has been added to the injury list after what is being described as a freak accident in training at Finch Farm before the international break. There were fears that he could require surgery but the damage to his ankle ligaments has since settled down. The need for full recovery still means he will be unavailable for a number of matches with no timeframe yet established for his return.  

There is no date set for Dele’s return from successive surgeries on his quadricep either but Dyche could at least have some options when it comes to selection at right-back seeing as Seamus Coleman came through two friendlies with the Republic of Ireland over the last week.

That part of the pitch has been an issue in recent weeks where Ben Godfrey has performed adequately but his lack of attacking prowess has robbed Everton of potency down that flank. Patterson has struggled to convince Dyche that he can hold down a first-team place which leaves the two veterans Coleman and Ashley Young as potential alternatives.

Whether Coleman can play a third game in such a short space of time remains to be seen so it could be that Young gets the nod there if the manager is apt to make a change in that part of the team.

Up front, it's the case again of choosing between Beto and Dominic Calvert-Lewin with, perhaps, their respective looks in training over the past three weeks tipping the balance while at right midfield, Jack Harrison has been off form and has opened up the possibility that James Garner could be moved over if Gueye and Amadou Onana are paired together in the middle.

The Cherries, who have had to come back from 2-0 and 3-0 down in their last two home games against Sheffield United and Luton Town respectively, will be without Ryan Fredericks, Marcos Senesi, James Hill and Luis Sinisterra because of injury.

While susceptible at the back, they have attacking threats in the form of Dominic Solanke and Antoine Semenyo, as well as, perhaps, a psychological edge given that they beat the Blues twice at Dean Court last season by an aggregate score of 7-1.

Dyche will, no doubt, be demanding that the players banish the memory of those horror shows under his predecessor prior to the break for the 2022 World Cup and try to recapture the form away from home that won them their last three points way back against Burnley.

Kick-off: 3 pm, Saturday 30 March 2024
Referee: Sam Barrott
VAR: Michael Oliver
Last time: Bournemouth 3-0 Everton 

Predicted Line-up: Pickford, Godfrey, Tarkowski, Branthwaite, Mykolenko, Onana, Garner, Harrison, McNeil, Doucouré, Calvert-Lewin 


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John Hall
1 Posted 28/03/2024 at 18:30:49
On the OS it says that Dobbin is ruled out with an ankle injury, is this true?
Colin Glassar
2 Posted 28/03/2024 at 18:50:31
Great news. One of our must underrated and undervalued players in our squad.
Christy Ring
3 Posted 28/03/2024 at 18:54:40
Gueye, Coleman and Gomes should be in the first 11 on Saturday.
Mal van Schaick
4 Posted 28/03/2024 at 19:02:35
Coleman or Patterson. No Young please. Gomes to start, Beto up front, play on the break for a narrow win, I hope.
Danny O’Neill
5 Posted 28/03/2024 at 19:06:18
Good news.

He may not be the most finesse player, but he does the hard graft.

Lee Courtliff
6 Posted 28/03/2024 at 19:21:04
We'll win tomorrow, I can feel it.
Mike Hayes
9 Posted 28/03/2024 at 21:30:51
Glad to have him in the side Good shouts for Seamus and Gomez - Up to Dyche to pick the team but fingers crossed it’s not the same as last time out - no wins in 11 is shocking and needs putting right on Saturday - anything less and Dyche will be on thin ice 💙
Jason Li
10 Posted 28/03/2024 at 22:18:01
To change things up, would be interesting to see if Onana would still win a lot of fouls if higher up the pitch. As the team can't score many in open play, maybe have Onana further forward than the other central midfielder as Onana does seem to get caught a lot in games. Might lead to more chances from set-pieces. Like most football fans I'd prefer to watch players like Rodriguez and a young Rooney with their inspiration, imagination and snapshot execution of wonderful skills. But at the moment, there isn't that player in the squad so if the strengths are goals from free kicks and corners, then do the thing that works and win more free kicks to score more goals.

Totally leftfield - yes. Almost like getting to first base in Moneyball. A free kick or corner is first base for this team. However, if Arsenal find scoring off more set pieces helps them lift the title, then why not push for more free kicks through set pieces? Set piece XG.

Ian Bennett
11 Posted 28/03/2024 at 22:31:36
I've picked a team that can get a win.

Harrison hasn't impressed on the right, Godfrey did well enough in odd game - but has done little to convince he's an answer at right back. Calvert Lewin has disappointed, but is fed on scraps.


Garner right midfield

Calvert Lewin

Alastair Donaldson
12 Posted 28/03/2024 at 22:44:32
Not sure why Dele warrants a mention really.

This is a big test, Bournemouth have progressed well under Areola, any points will be hard earned.

I remember the 3-3 a good few years ago, Barkley did well but we couldn’t win. He must have had deja vu a couple of weeks ago.

Big test, time to start winning.

John Raftery
13 Posted 28/03/2024 at 22:46:53
I would also move Garner to the right flank for this game. While not playing badly he has not set the world alight in central midfield but can be relied upon to look after the ball and deliver a decent cross. The team as a whole will benefit from having both Gana and Onana in the middle.
Sam Hoare
14 Posted 28/03/2024 at 23:40:07
Think I'd be more tempted to move Garner to right-back than right-midfielder. I know he's not played there much but we're lacking creativity and to replace Harrison with Garner arguably make us even less creative. But I can't see Dyche trying that now.

I don't think the team/system needs massive change. We just need Doucoure back on form and for Beto or Calvert-Lewin to start putting away a few more chances.

Coleman Tarkowski Branthwaite Mykolenko
Harrison Gueye Onana McNeil

Win your duels. Keep concentrated. Put away your chances. And we should be able to come away with a point or 3.

Paul Birmingham
15 Posted 29/03/2024 at 00:13:37
Everton win, and will happen, tomorrow.


Kieran Kinsella
16 Posted 29/03/2024 at 00:20:45

I was thinking the same on Dele.


I agree on Gomes but then I think to myself “how far have we fallen that this highly overpaid non-contributor actually is one of our better players now?”

Sean Kearns
17 Posted 29/03/2024 at 00:43:14
Get Seamus at right-back, Onana and Garner in the middle. Jack and Dwight out wide and Doucoure behind Beto.

Gana is good defensively but imo it doesn't balance out for his lack of offensive skill. He is fuckin shite with the ball and cannot shoot to save his life. It's actually pathetic and pisses me off.

Gana is past his sell-by date and needs to only come off the bench if we are 2-0 up to sure things up. The game starts at 0-0 so we obviously need to score, he offers nothing!

Also, to raise funds this summer, can we bin Pickford off in an attempt to keep Jazza, and give Virginia the spot. Or flog both of them if we need to, fuck it, over 100 million bones for my beloved Everton would be crucial.

Brian Wilkinson
18 Posted 29/03/2024 at 01:35:18
As far as I know, Gomes is not fit and has a slight injury.

I would certainly have Gueye and Coleman starting the game, McNeil and Harrison have had much-needed rests so would start the pair of them as well. I would probably start with Calvert- Lewin as well, the rest picks itself.

Jerome Shields
19 Posted 29/03/2024 at 07:01:13
Could be that Gueye is back in contention. We need him to hold things together in midfield.
Michael Kenrick
20 Posted 29/03/2024 at 07:16:45
John @1,

Yes, the story finally confirmed in today's Echo – only about 3 weeks after it happened – but hey, Dyche hardly ever bothers calling him off the bench, so no big miss really.

Everton suffer fresh injury blow after Lewis Dobbin involved in freak training ground clash

Charles Ward
21 Posted 29/03/2024 at 09:20:53
How long is it since Dyche had a nearly fully fit squad?

It'll be interesting to see what team he puts out. He may even surprise us by not a playing Godfrey at right back.

Robert Tressell
22 Posted 29/03/2024 at 10:16:51
I live in hope that one day we will have a squad of people who who are actually good at football, so we don't need to be thankful for players as limited as Gueye.
Dave Abrahams
23 Posted 29/03/2024 at 13:21:07
Robert (22), Meanwhile Robert I’ll be thankful if Gueye plays every game until the end of the season.
Andrew Grey
24 Posted 29/03/2024 at 15:23:58
Does Ellis Simms have a sell on clause? because if he carries on scoring like he is he'll be off to Real Madrid or taking over from Haaland at City soon!
Don Wright
25 Posted 29/03/2024 at 15:35:24
Andrew are you watching the game because he has grown as a footballer since he left us his all-round play is better than any forward we have at the moment
Tom Bowers
26 Posted 29/03/2024 at 15:53:05
Everton have some very talented players but so does every club inn the Prem..

The problem is always getting the right combination on the day with goals that can kill off the opposition.

Everton have struggled in that department as we all know only too well and we all know the reason.

For the next ten games each will be a cup-tie and a real battle to get the points. We need a full commitment from every player in every game.

Some games we will come up empty but others are up for grabs on paper.

Would be nice to put the damper on Klopp's last Derby match but nice things like that don't happen to Everton.

Andrew Grey
27 Posted 29/03/2024 at 17:10:19
Don 25 - No, just listening on the radio. He has improved so much by the sound of things.
Paul Ferry
28 Posted 29/03/2024 at 18:40:23
Dear God, did I really just read this? "Gana is past his sell-by date" (17)

One of the daftest things I've read on here in a long while. Gana is key for us and I dearly pray that he can play tomorrow.

I completely agree with Christy (3): "Gueye, Coleman and Gomes should be in the first 11 on Saturday".

Alas, I think that Gomes is not fit; Gana might not make it either; and I have no clue what mule Dyche is up to but he is on a big fat failing grade for what he has done at right back.

Let's just hope that our three wise baldies get it right tomorrow.

Safe travels to Rob, Neil, Danny etc.

Kevin Naylor
29 Posted 29/03/2024 at 18:41:57
If we lose tomorrow and more importantly, lose and play shit (as we have on so many occasions this season), I think Dyche has to go.

Don't care who comes in but not having won a league game this year is a disgrace and as the manager that's down to him I'm afraid. If he insists on playing the same players and system, that will be his downfall.

For fuck's sake, Sean just try something different and don't wait until we are either behind or 80 minutes to change it if it's not working,

Hoping for a victory tomorrow but can't help thinking it will be the same shit show again.

Sean Kearns
30 Posted 29/03/2024 at 19:11:39
Gueye is genuinely world class at being defensive but is fucking absolutely shite with the ball. Has 0% shooting skills and thus not for me.

Onana can hold down the midfield as he also offers fuck-all going forward, only a big presence at set pieces. We need goals!!!

Charles Ward
31 Posted 29/03/2024 at 19:21:06
Andrew, from the Beeb about Simms:

“Since the turn of the year, Simms is the most prolific goalscorer in the top four divisions with 13 goals in 18 games in all competitions and his quick double put Coventry in control in a dominant first half.”

Cue debate about whether we should have kept and played him or gone ahead with buying Beto.

Mike Hayes
32 Posted 29/03/2024 at 19:35:02
We've got Maupay to come back — we don't needs Simms!
Paul Kossoff
33 Posted 29/03/2024 at 19:46:43
My worry is Forest's next two games, Palace and Fulham are winnable. Ours aginst Bournemouth and Newcastle are more difficult.

Luton's next two, Spurs and Arsenal difficult again. If we get 5 points from the next three games I'll be happy, 6 points, even happier.

Mark Ryan
34 Posted 29/03/2024 at 19:50:46
There is no debate, Charles @ 31, we should have kept the lad. He is a raw talent.
Phillip Warrington
35 Posted 29/03/2024 at 20:09:12
Another Everton fuck-up: we had a goalscorer in Simms but sold him because he was young. Then we paid more for a striker who doesn't score but is in that so-called experienced bracket, 27+.

Doesn't matter who is in charge, they always believe whatever comes out of the youth system is shit.

Mike Keating
36 Posted 29/03/2024 at 20:35:33
Charles @ 31,

I raised this very same point (twice) on a previous thread during his stellar second-half performance against Wolves 2 weeks ago but Simms seems to have dropped out of favour at Goodison the minute he equalised against Chelsea last season.

Given our poor record at the academy, it is really worrying that an attacker with potential was let go when silly money (we didn't have) was wasted on players like Maupay and Beto.

Danny O’Neill
37 Posted 29/03/2024 at 20:44:51
We just have to worry about our own matches.

1,500 there tomorrow, possibly more. 3,000 making the trip to Newcastle 3 days later for a night match. Then there will be 37,000 at Goodison against Burnley, which is already sold out.

Turn up on the pitch, Blues, because those supporters will do. Show the same commitment.

Ian Riley
38 Posted 29/03/2024 at 20:45:46
Simms is working under an excellent manager. Taken time at Coventry but showing real talent. Potential to be £30-40 million transfer fee if he continues scoring.

Hopefully a win tomorrow. Enjoyed the break. Safe journey all.

Tom Bowers
39 Posted 29/03/2024 at 20:47:53
We have to get our own results in the games that matter, anything else would be a bonus.

It goes without saying we have little offense so I will take any 1-0 victory in those games but defensively we have to be sound no matter what.

We cannot rely on other results as at this time of the season when some clubs are safe and have no place to go, the results can be somewhat unexpected.

Tony Abrahams
40 Posted 29/03/2024 at 20:54:37
Whenever I see the name Michael Oliver, I start to worry.

Andy Meighan
41 Posted 29/03/2024 at 21:14:20
Simms is scoring goals against poor sides in the Championship and against non-league sides in the Cup.

Yes, he played well against Wolves but that was a one-off.

He wasn't up to it at Everton and 1 goal in the games he played proved it. Stop going on about it – he's not our player.

Mark Murphy
42 Posted 29/03/2024 at 22:06:51
We didn't sell Simms because he was young. We sold him because we had to and we could.

I wish we could've kept him as well but we needed to trim the squad for financial reasons whilst keeping a reasonably strong and experienced first 15.

Neil Lawson
43 Posted 29/03/2024 at 22:24:56
If Seamus doesn't start, the Supporters Association and Andy Burnham should call for a national public enquiry.
Jeff Armstrong
44 Posted 29/03/2024 at 22:25:57
The Simms sale was another example of our pathetic running of a top-flight multi-million-pound business. Sell him today and bring in Chermiti whom we'll pay for tomorrow. Doesn't matter who is the better player, it's about semantics and staying liquid in the shortest of terms.

Thanks, Bill.

Danny O’Neill
45 Posted 29/03/2024 at 22:55:33
Simms isn't playing for us anymore and not tomorrow.

I don't care who is playing for us tomorrow.

Those privileged to wear the Royal Blue shirt get my backing.

Mark, see you at Chelsea and Parsons Green. I'll take your advice on this one as I sometimes get myself into difficult conversations in the wrong places!!

Derek Knox
46 Posted 30/03/2024 at 03:56:54
Same team selection? If Lyndon's projected one is right, why not change things round a bit, nothing major? It's almost the age-old, doing the same thing, and failing each time, but sticking with it, expecting a different result.

I have always been behind Dyche but his stubbornness is definitely making me rethink; my support is misplaced.

As for Ellis Simms, I always advocated we should have hung on to him, but given him a decent run. Not 5 minutes here and there, which seems to be Dyche's Mantra! When I heard he was going to Coventry, I fully expected Gyökeres coming to us as a part of the deal, now top scorer for Lisbon.

Laurie Hartley
47 Posted 30/03/2024 at 07:36:08
Andy # 41 - “He wasn't up to it at Everton and 1 goal in the games he played proved it.”

That made me 🤔😉

He won't go 353 so:-

Coleman, Tarkowski, Branthwaite, Mykolenko
Garner, Gana, Onana, McNeil

Up the Blues!!!

Pete Jeffries
48 Posted 30/03/2024 at 07:47:32
Having seen the new wonder of Liverpool – the new Everton stadium – it would be a good idea to take the players down there to see the future for themselves.

Might even inspire them to win the remaining matches and put all our our frazzled minds at rest.

Bobby Mallon
49 Posted 30/03/2024 at 08:27:36
Andy 41 he didn’t get any game time and robins is a better manager ( imo)
Bobby Mallon
50 Posted 30/03/2024 at 08:28:55
Oh and if we get beat today and he plays young and Godfrey over any of our right backs then he has to be sacked
Danny O’Neill
51 Posted 30/03/2024 at 08:29:03
We have had the Colin Harvey post this last week.

But as the travelling blue army head to the south coast, I like to respect a very special Evertonian that has touched many and is devoted to Everton.

I wish you well George McKane and know you will following. God Bless.

I hope I haven't offended, but you are part of our Everton family. More so than me.

Tony Abrahams
52 Posted 30/03/2024 at 08:33:38
What would you say to them Pete? Jesus walked on water, we are building this incredible new stadium on water, and half you bastards are getting paid a fortune and you can’t even pass water.

After a very long and much needed break, I’m just hoping Everton will be refreshed, and some of the most loyal fans in the country, witness a proper performance today.

Good shout Danny, because Everton have got people all over the world rooting for them, whatever their individual circumstances may be, wherever and whenever they play, and people always take pride In a spirited performance

Kevin Edward
53 Posted 30/03/2024 at 08:35:03
Big big game today.
After a refreshing 3 week break we get to see what our players are made of.
No reason why we should go to Bournemouth expecting anything other than a win, we are Everton.
But let’s face it, we can’t score goals. So if there’s no improvement today then it’s on the manager and players.
We have to come away with something, an uncomfortable afternoon ahead I feel but UTFT!
Alan J Thompson
54 Posted 30/03/2024 at 08:59:38
Come on, Lyndon, explain how you arrived at that predicted line up as Mr Dyche surely has something up his sleeve other than hares.
Mark Murphy
55 Posted 30/03/2024 at 09:20:48
Best wishes to everyone travelling to Bournemouth today - I hope it’s a memorable day for all the right reasons!
To paraphrase the funniest Tv show ever - “to the Blue Army - I wish I was there”!
Martin Farrington
56 Posted 30/03/2024 at 09:20:51
I am trying to remember the last time we were decent, let alone getting a result, after an extended lay off. Nope. Can't recall.
We tend to come back lethargic and confused about who the other people in blue are.(Or whatever chameleon colour we are in).
Hence my pessimism. I am kinda dreading the next three games. I can see two possibly three points max.
Please please please don't play dcl. He has had chances, quite a few, which he fluffs continually. Dcl fails to move quickly into positions to gain space. He doesn't curve runs. Stop move and power himself onto the ball. He Jaunts in alongside the defender and makes the cross or opportunity look crap. He was ok under Ancelotti. Pre and post he is a duffer.
Our final 3rd creativity is not great, however the amount of terrible finishing and squandered opportunities must be the highest in the league.
Our academy talent is woeful. So no support there.
Ie, when Dobbin drops down to play or is returning from injury, he makes them look like a pub side. Dobbin needs proper coaching. He wont get it there or the first team. The later expect you to be the finished article and is not geared towards player improvement.
He is inbetween being too good for the academy hackers, but too naive for the premier league.
A point at Bmth will be satisfactory. A win, a dream.
Ps Colin Chong's Update article on EFC website is the most honest news we have had since The Deceased One took over and then departed.
Jonathan Tasker
57 Posted 30/03/2024 at 09:29:35
Everton could lose every match for the rest of the season and still not get relegated
Iain Crawford
58 Posted 30/03/2024 at 09:42:41
Bournemouth are unpredictable, can be poor in defence and make swarming attacks. Makes me think there’s definitely a couple of goals in this match for us if we take the chances which will surely come.

Then our defence is quite resilient, and it will need to be because if Bournemouth are behind I he second half they throw men forward in support. I’ve noticed a prevalent tactic of constantly getting two men around the full back to guarantee the service into the box. It will be a busy day for our midfielders stopping this. It’s a reason that Gana could play a pivotal part in this match breaking their attacks up. I wouldn’t be surprised if he starts today.
I’m expecting a good competitive game and a narrow win for us, with Pickford MOTM.


Christopher Timmins
59 Posted 30/03/2024 at 09:46:39
Massive game today. We need to end our winless run. Good luck to all who are making the trip.
Pat Kelly
60 Posted 30/03/2024 at 10:28:51
We’ve still got the same players and the same manager. I don’t expect anything to change. Dyche doesn’t do epiphanies.
Charles Ward
61 Posted 30/03/2024 at 10:29:24
Iain, without the points deduction, were not far off Bournemouth. Their attack is better but our defence is stronger. Solanke is having the season of his life and is up there with all the top scorers so Jarrad and Tarkowski need to be on the ball.

A point wouldn't be the end of the world, but a defeat shouldn't be an option.

Brian Harrison
62 Posted 30/03/2024 at 10:34:31
Reading Lyndon's post, I didn't realize that if we don't win today that Dyche will match Mike Walker's record of 12 matches without a win. The other worry is that, if Lyndon's team selection is correct, we are going to use practically the same team given the odd change to the team that hasn't won for 12 matches.

We cant keep relying on the teams around us to keep on losing, we have to start helping ourselves, especially as there could be another points deduction coming our way next week.

John Hall
63 Posted 30/03/2024 at 10:48:48
Jarrad Branthwaite was taken on a tour of the new stadium recently. He was suitably impressed.

Unfortunately he will be sacrificed by us for the money and will only see the stadium from the away dressing room. So sad. :(

Andy Meighan
64 Posted 30/03/2024 at 11:32:36
Laurie @47.

You can't argue with the cold hard facts pal.

That said maybe it was folly to release him given the way Beto has turned out.

Chermiti is a different story because we've hardly seen anything of the lad save a few cameos.

Hindsight and all that mate enjoy the game, I'm going for a comfortable 3- or 4-nil win.

Raymond Fox
65 Posted 30/03/2024 at 11:58:23
I have a feeling we will get 3 points today.

We are due a good result, my gut is not often wrong.

Calvert-Lewin to get 1 maybe 2 goals and McNeil 1, Bournemouth are definitely beatable, today's the day.

Geoff Lambert
66 Posted 30/03/2024 at 12:19:20
I have a feeling nothing will change, same as last 4 months: missed chances and hoping to scrape a draw with long punts upfield. 0-0 if we can keep them out.
Jason Li
67 Posted 30/03/2024 at 12:42:32
Trying to weigh up Beto's first season. He's done better than Maupay already and Maupay got more full games under his belt. Maupay in the right setup looks decent.

Verses DCL, is it one goal difference but a huge difference in minutes on the pitch? Hard to say if Beto has been a good or bad. He's still learning the league and the team are still learning to play him in the way he wants.

Not trying to put pressure on DCL by the way, as Carlo worked out the best way to play the ball into him and we haven't seen a Digne type ball in in 2024!

This would suggest if Myko doesn't want to go beyond McNeil, then either Patterson or Coleman needs to be released at some point in the game to overlap and put the ball in the way both strikers want, and even Duke. Let's see.

Sean Kearns
68 Posted 30/03/2024 at 13:08:42
It’s crunch time and Seamus HAS TO PLAY today!!! We know Dyche isn’t ageist because he plays Young way too often, so get Seamus out there. He’s actually good at football and also has the passion we need… Would prefer Beto over Dom but the most important name I’m looking for is our Seamus!
Andrew Keatley
70 Posted 30/03/2024 at 13:39:39
John (63) - I think Branthwaite was probably taken on a tour of the stadium and told "And with the money we'll make from your sale this summer, we might actually be able to finish it..."

The profit we are set to make on JB will probably make him equivalent to about 10% of the entire project. Decent legacy in my eyes.

Si Cooper
71 Posted 30/03/2024 at 13:52:49
“Oh and if we get beat today and he plays Young and Godfrey over any of our right-backs then he has to be sacked.”

As always, I hope people properly analyse what happens in the game before they resort to their pet peeves.

As I've posted before, I am just praying that the players have taken it to heart that the previous 28 games now don't really matter at all and if they can bring it all together and produce the goods for all of the remaining 10 games this can still become a successful season and they can hold their heads up high.

It will all hinge on whether we start to convert a reasonable number of chances so I'm hoping for a quick and effective start for a refreshed and focussed group. COYB!

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