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CSF90
09-09-2008, 00:11
Unfortunately, I holidayed the game so I didn't catch the goals, or quite witness how shocking Everton were, but this is unbelievable.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v241/ssjcazza/shockingdefeatcropped.jpg

Just a shame that I was Everton :(
My team seriously need a kick up the back side, especially my defence. Poor old youth keeper I was playing, after he had a decent run in the first team because Costil was injured. Surprised I wasn't sacked!

Amaroq
09-09-2008, 00:12
You might need a new Assistant Manager ... at least, if you're ever going to trust him to run another match for you.

rinso
09-09-2008, 00:13
says it all really when peter crouch scores 5!!

CSF90
09-09-2008, 00:15
Good point. Why the hell didn't he make any substitutions?
I don't normally holiday games, but I'm doing some Economics work, so I'm a bit busy. Never again...

This came off the back of beating Chelsea 3-1, too :(

The confidence bar has the smallest bit coloured, probably about 1/100th.
It's just strange that it happened out of the blue (no Everton pun intended).

Drunk Beware
09-09-2008, 01:03
Peter Crouch is goood what ypi talking about also moderators are knobs(door).

DietSpam
09-09-2008, 02:06
That is shocking. Crouch scoring 5 goals? Surely that's some sort of bug...

LutonNil
09-09-2008, 02:50
I was beaten 10-2 earlier today - first time I've ever conceded 10 in all my years of playing CM/FM :(

saints_lad
09-09-2008, 05:52
says it all really when peter crouch scores 5!!

To be honest I'd be more concerned about the fact that Gabby Agbonlahor scored a hat-trick after coming on at the 70th minute!!!

liambell
09-09-2008, 14:34
Tired legs, fast pace, players with low determination and/or professionalism... not massively outrageous.