WHO Poll
Q: 2017/18 Watford (a)
a. Moyes first game & like the postman he'll deliver, win.
44%
  
b. A tough first game for Moyes it'll be a test alright & I expect a point, draw.
24%
  
c. Different day and it'll be the same shit, lose.
14%
  
d. We should be pleaed the football's back but after the last humiliation and the Board's ineptitude, my passion for WHU has been sucked out of me
13%
  
e. I can't wait me, I'm our biggest fan and once again will be down the Rub a Dub kitted out and belting out David Moysie's Blue & Claret Army, I know all the songs me
4%
  



Sydney_Iron 8:36 Fri Apr 21
GTHC Predicts, Everton at home
Haven’t been following, but looks like AC is out so will Sakho start after all the falling out rumours????? Not overly optimistic for this game, Everton have been quite good recently and apart from last season our record against them in recent years is piss poor, happy to settle for the draw, 1-1 but as ever. hope im wrong and we jump to 40 points.

His Nibs finally got one wrong last week :-).......... but he has gone the draw as well, think he may well be on the money that thatch headed cunt……………….

West Ham are another team who are clear of the relegation scrap, although the Hammers still have issues.

For some reason Slaven Bilic's future as manager remains in doubt, when the real problem behind their disappointing season is their poor recruitment last summer.

Everton's home form is very impressive but away from Goodison Park they have won only one out of six league matches in 2017.

When they are on the road, the Toffees just don't seem to create the same number of chances that they do at home, so I am going to go for a draw here as well.

Lawro's prediction: 1-1

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Charoo 11:35 Sat Apr 22
Re: GTHC Predicts, Everton at home
Lukaku 5/6 on to score anytime - lump on.

FruityBoots. 10:50 Sat Apr 22
Re: GTHC Predicts, Everton at home
Bloody hate playing Everton, they could stick 9 traffic cones, Seamus Coleman and Romalu Lukaku out and Lukaku would still score a Hattrick against us!

wurzel 10:20 Sat Apr 22
Re: GTHC Predicts, Everton at home
Everton will win 2-0

jack flash 10:15 Sat Apr 22
Re: GTHC Predicts, Everton at home
1-4

, 11:45 Fri Apr 21
Re: GTHC Predicts, Everton at home
I cannot see us keeping a clean sheet here and Everton have a potent attack. Furthermore our attacking options are severely limited.

Our starting eleven tomorrow, had it been all we had available for the season, would have seen us anchored in the bottom three.

Sadly for me my realistic prediction is Everton to outscore us.

w4hammer 11:35 Fri Apr 21
Re: GTHC Predicts, Everton at home
you look at Everton's home and away performances they are like chalk & cheese- even last week burnley held them to half-time at home. Away theyve scuffed draws at the likes of middlesboro & stoke and got arse raped at liverpool

On paper and history our immobile midfield and " he's -your-man" point-at-each other defending is tailor made for them to be out of sight by half-time, but , well, you never know do you

Im going for a narrow 2-1 west ham win

, 11:27 Fri Apr 21
Re: GTHC Predicts, Everton at home
Lawro, like a lot in the football media, has a record of more often supporting the incumbent manager. Like BFS for example.

Spandex Sidney 11:24 Fri Apr 21
Re: GTHC Predicts, Everton at home
goose 10:58 Fri Apr 21
Re: GTHC Predicts, Everton at home
"For some reason Slaven Bilic's future as manager remains in doubt, when the real problem behind their disappointing season is their poor recruitment last summer."

interesting that the view from outside the club is that the fault lays with the board & not Bilic.
Lawro isnt the first to say this...........


Hmm:

Tore - Utter Dogshite, Bilic Signing
Zaza - Utter Dogshite, Bilic Signing
Feghouli - Utter Dogshite, Bilic Signing.

Yeah, let's blame the board for the failings of the know nothing Croatian because training, preparation, team selection and formation and tactical plan have no bearing on how well you play.

goose 10:58 Fri Apr 21
Re: GTHC Predicts, Everton at home
"For some reason Slaven Bilic's future as manager remains in doubt, when the real problem behind their disappointing season is their poor recruitment last summer."

interesting that the view from outside the club is that the fault lays with the board & not Bilic.
Lawro isnt the first to say this...........

Surfinglizard 10:46 Fri Apr 21
Re: GTHC Predicts, Everton at home
I would love a point but i think we are going to get thumped here. Maybe 3 or 4.

Troy McClure 10:33 Fri Apr 21
Re: GTHC Predicts, Everton at home
Would take a point defo.





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