Match Report: Everton thrashed 5-0 and Chelski/Putin’s boys
We may have had a good victory over Everton by thrashing them 5-0, but the Toffee grinders were terrible, and we only looked good because we beat a poor side. Our real test will be against the more inferior side of Manchester.
Chelski/ Putin and Roman Abramovich
But before all that, I just would like to add my two pennies worth over the Ukraine support (from all over the world) and Roman Abramovich’s Russian squad (Chelski) supporters’ behaviour. While the football world united over their support of invaded Ukraine, in one part of the UK and Under the psychological control of Roman Abramovich- Putin’s boys, some went against the grain and showed support for a Ruskie and disrupted Ukraine’s support. This was abdominal behaviour by Chelski football supporters.
Yes, Chelski fans sang Roman Abramovich’s name ahead of their Premier League encounter against Burnley; Showing support for outgoing Blues owner, while all other British clubs, and clubs from around the world, showed solidary with Ukraine
The Russian-controlled Chelsea/ Fulham area manager, Thomas–Tommy Tickel-Tuckel, condemned the behaviour and said, “It was not the moment to do this.” While the rest of the Chelski board kept schtum, I presume they were in unison with the Chelski Putin boys and sympathisers.
To be fair, this isn’t really surprising that such support exists at the club. All you have to do is walk down the road leading to Chelski’s football club (Fulham/ Chelsea area) to see troglodytes/ bruised knuckled beings ascending on their Russian motherland’s favourite football team on match day. Nevertheless, action should be taken against the club and those troglodytes that shame our country. Football authorities and our government should take action, find the culprits and put them back in their caves. Anyway, that is my two pennies worth, back to decent fans and our game against Everton.
Everton succumb 5-0 to Conte’s Spurs
We increased Everton’s growing relegation fears and sustained our top-four objectives as Chelski’s former player Frank Lampard’s side were outclassed and shamed. On an uncomfortable evening for Lampard and his players, we ran riot as Everton surrendered in a fashion that raises genuine doubts about their ability to maintain Premier League status.
The goals came
Michael Keane fired Ryan Sessegnon’s ball into his own net after 14 minutes while goalkeeper Jordan Pickford was at fault for Son’s second three minutes later. Then Matt Doherty set Harry Kane free to put the game out of sight eight minutes before half-time, while any chance of an Everton revival were snuffed out when our substitute Sergio Reguilon scored with his first touch at the far post seconds after the restart.
Everton just fell apart; Kane added the fifth after 56 minutes, meeting Doherty’s perfect cross with a crisp left-footed volley.
Relegation and top four prospects
The Toffee grinders are just one point and one place above the relegation death zone. As for us, we stay seventh, just three points behind fourth-placed Arsenal in the last of the Champions League qualifying spots, and we still have to face them once a date can be found for this fixture.
Everton is in grave danger of falling into the abyss.
Everton were last relegated from the top flight in 1951 and have had two last-day escapes in 1993-94 and 1997-98.
Tottenham Hotspur… we are magic!
We are the “Spursy” of the Premier League (as some say), with losses at Burnley and Middlesbrough in the FA Cup mixed in with a 3-2 win over City and a 4-0 win at Leeds United.
Let us be fair, Everton made it very easy for our side, and we took full advantage of their weaknesses to put ourselves just three points behind Arsenal.
Kane looks on top of his game and produced two complete finishes.
Kane’s goals were his 175th and 176th in the Premier League, taking him sixth in the all-time list, above ex-Arsenal striker Thierry Henry and only one behind former Chelsea midfielder Lampard (who was watching the process).
All that said, we looked good against an inferior and weak side. A better side against the likes of Everton would have had a higher goal tally than us. Will we come down with a bump against United this Saturday or continue improving and show our fans and the world that we are still in the fight for a top-four spot? After our game against United, we face Brighton away, the Spammers at home and then Newcastle, also at home. Beat these teams, and we just might be in with a shout.
Before the game started, during the game and when he came on as a sub, Alli was given a hero’s welcome. Nevertheless, he only had a couple of brilliant seasons while at our club (in my opinion), and after that, he was in decline. He moved from us to revive his career, but he seems to have taken a fool’s path. Joining a club that is fighting relegation and could actually end up in the Championship isn’t going to help anybody.
I think we’ve seen the best of him, and now he is on the decline and will eventually vanish into the lower leagues. Managers came and went at Tottenham, all trying to find a way of improving this problem child… all failed…
As for my day:
I took Janette, and she had a thoroughly good time. We started off from her house at 1.30 pm and arrived at Tottenham at 4.30pm. While in the lounge area at Tottenham, Spurs legends Graham Roberts and David Howells came over to talk to us and gave their “opinion” on the current state of affairs with Tottenham and the board/ manager. Let us just say they had some concerns… as we all have, as to the way out of our cesspit hole we’ve fallen through in recent years. We had a fascinating discussion.
After the game, 2 hours 35 minute ride back home.
All the best, Glenn
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