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City's excellent win at Goodison Park keeps us in the mix for that 7th placed finish. It also means we are undefeated on Merseyside this season.

What they said...

Mark Hughes, after seeing his side hit 8 goals in 3 consecutive wins:

'We were excellent today. There was a great focus in our play and some of our attacking was excellent as well. We scored at good times and although we had a bit of a wobble at the end, we won the game comfortably.

'We've had decent performances away from home before but not got the breaks. Today I thought we looked really nice and solid. Going into the game, the lads were very much of a mind that this was an opportunity for us.'

'Robinho was excellent today, not just for the goals but his all-round game, and he is really hitting some form for us. He's had some stick this season but his play - and that of Ireland's - was outstanding.'

David Moyes, birthday boy went a bit Taggarty-Whinger:

'I expected us to win it, I expected us to do what we do, so I'm just disappointed we didn't do that.

'It was two counter-attack goals. I think the first one was from our free-kick and the second one, I think we were having a shot at the edge of their box.

'We didn't defend particularly well after that, so we gave them those opportunities.'

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Writer: Johnny Baguette Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday April 25 2009

Time: 10:06PM

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as i said earlier in a couple of posts...we wont get credit for today and moyes has started this with lame excuses.we deserved this today and we have played a lot of games recently also but we just plodded on and it leaves a nasty taste with moyes making excuses.
bluemooner_mcfc
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25/04/2009 22:15:00

as i said earlier in a couple of posts...we wont get credit for today and moyes has started this with lame excuses.we deserved this today and we have played a lot of games recently also but we just plodded on and it leaves a nasty taste with moyes making excuses.
bluemooner_mcfc
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25/04/2009 22:15:00

We won fair and square and deserved to Robbie played especially well..well done lads
Doody
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25/04/2009 22:16:00

We won fair and square and deserved to Robbie played especially well..well done lads
Doody
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25/04/2009 22:16:00

That was our 52nd competitive game of the season by my reckoning.
Johnny Baguette
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25/04/2009 22:18:00

That was our 52nd competitive game of the season by my reckoning.
Johnny Baguette
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25/04/2009 22:18:00

Are Everton the new Rags? As BM has pointed out, Moyes could whinge for England, the Everton players appealed for everything, mouthed off to the ref and got into spats with our players constantly. The icing on the cake was the Fergiesque 7 minutes of time added on. Sound familiar?
fifthcolumnblue
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25/04/2009 23:22:00

Are Everton the new Rags? As BM has pointed out, Moyes could whinge for England, the Everton players appealed for everything, mouthed off to the ref and got into spats with our players constantly. The icing on the cake was the Fergiesque 7 minutes of time added on. Sound familiar?
fifthcolumnblue
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25/04/2009 23:22:00

We should get all the credit for this result - but we wont. The media will pick up on a tired Everton side after the win against the rags and draw against Chelsea.
Thaibluefan
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26/04/2009 01:30:00

We should get all the credit for this result - but we wont. The media will pick up on a tired Everton side after the win against the rags and draw against Chelsea.
Thaibluefan
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26/04/2009 01:30:00

and indeed the media have because everything ive read says pretty much how tired everton was after a tough week.ive lost respect for moyes after today.
bluemooner_mcfc
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26/04/2009 01:52:00

and indeed the media have because everything ive read says pretty much how tired everton was after a tough week.ive lost respect for moyes after today.
bluemooner_mcfc
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26/04/2009 01:52:00

I dont think the scoreline reflected the fact that City could have had another three had Howard not been on top form and was their best player.
Buzz Lightyear
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26/04/2009 07:06:00

I dont think the scoreline reflected the fact that City could have had another three had Howard not been on top form and was their best player.
Buzz Lightyear
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26/04/2009 07:06:00

 

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