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Nathan Limior Takes on Everton and the Premier League

Started on 6 July 2013 by shylax
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October 2018

Champions League Group Stage
Porto 3 - 1 Everton
A second straight loss in the Champions League puts us behind the eight-ball. Ex-Toffee Kevin Mirallas scored a brace to secure a comfortable home win for Porto.
Player of the Match: Nicolas Otamendi (Porto)

Everton 1 - 2 West Ham
Who are we, the United States national team?
Player of the Match: Mikkel Kirkeskov (West Ham)

Where Are They Now?: Former Toffee Phil Jagielka was recently announced as the new manager of Fleetwood in League Two!

Everton 2 - 2 Bolton
Once again a late questionable call by the officials resigns us to an unearned draw for the opposition.
Player of the Match: Sam Baldock (Bolton)
Injury Update: George Green came back from injury only for a broken wrist to put him back on the injury table, this time for 3-4 weeks.

Champions League Group Stage
Everton 3 - 2 Galatasaray
Both of these teams had 0 points in 2 matches and thus, a draw was completely unacceptable, in order to get a lifeline, one team must win. Early on, it looked to be Galatasaray as Burak Yilmas got Galatasaray off to a fast start with a point-blank finish. Armand Mbock equalized after halftime with a poacher's effort. Eren Derdiyok then equalized with a poorly struck effort from in close, but it counted just the same. Viktor Fischer equalized with a precise finish, and with both teams staring at an uneasy draw, it was the unlikely Adilson Jose, heavy on talent and light on experience, who scored his 1st ever goal and gamewinner who got set up nicely and made Galatasaray pay for their poor defense.
Player of the Match: Viktor Fischer (Everton)

Ipswich 2 - 5 Everton
At first Everton struggled to pull away from Ipswich because every time Everton scored, Ipswich would equalize shortly after, but soon Everton's class was apparent as both Manolo Gabbiadini and Fininho picked up a brace.
Player of the Match: Manolo Gabbiadini (Everton)

Capital One Cup Fourth Round
Everton 3 - 1 Newcastle
Ademir finally got his game together, picking up a brace and having a great performance for Everton.
Player of the Match: Ademir (Everton)

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Premier League Table

Not going to lie, we're underperforming badly here. We've thrown away points that may prove to be costly later.
Young Player of the Month: Fininho finished 2nd and Dentinho finished 3rd.

Champions League Group Stage

Winning against Galatasaray and Porto is a must, and we might even have to beat PSG.
Slow start to the month but you ended well. Champions League progression looks a bit bleak though. Will be tough
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November 2018

- Valencia have approached Nathan Limior to become their new manager, but his loyalties lie with Everton.

Southampton 2 - 2 Everton
We should have won this one but our poor finishing cost us.
Player of the Match: Jack Cork (Southampton)

Champions League Group F
Galatasaray 2 - 2 Everton
Another sorry 2-2 draw, this time we had to fight for it. After going down a brace to Suk, Gabbiadini and Adilson Jose got us back in it, but we couldn't complete the comeback. This is probably the end of our Champions League hopes but we will still fight.
Player of the Match: Suk (Galatasaray)

Everton 2 - 0 Hull
A dominating performance by Everton defensively might have gone unrewarded, as it took a while for Everton to break Hull's defense, but Jacob Mellis being sent off was the turning point. Fininho broke through, volleying a free kick despite (probably founded) suspicions of handball, and then scored on a corner kick when he got the ball at his feet, juked past the keeper and had the easiest goal he'll ever have.
Player of the Match: Fininho (Everton)

Reading 3 - 1 Everton
Yay for getting owned by 9-rated finishers while my 16 and 18-rated finishers hit it every fucking way except at the fucking net.
Player of the Match: Vladimir Weiss (Reading)

West Brom 1 - 0 Everton
Another game stolen from Everton, this time by a Robert Snodgrass free kick.
Player of the Match: Eric Mathoho (West Brom)

Everton 0 - 1 Manchester City
We just had nothing in attack.
Player of the Match: David Alaba (Manchester City)

Champions League Group F
Paris Saint-Germain 1 - 0 Everton
We held until the very end but we couldn't score here, either.
Player of the Match: Serge Ribas (Everton)

Even though there is one game left in the Champions League, we've already been knocked out.

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Rob Reddy is coming back soon, hopefully he can help things turn around for us.
Not the greatest month mate. LOL, I love the description of the Reading game.
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December 2018

Everton 0 - 2 Tottenham
Goals from world class players Mesut Ozil and Gareth Bale doomed us here.
Player of the Match: Mesut Ozil (Tottenham)

Capital One Cup Quarterfinal
West Brom 4 - 1 Everton
A very poor performance from the team.
Player of the Match: Craig Dawson (West Brom)
Injury Update: Dentinho out 3 weeks with a twisted ankle.

Liverpool 2 - 3 Everton
A hell of a way to end a losing streak. It looked like it would continue, but Shun Kawai and George Green scored goals to win it late. Liverpool finished with 10 men due to an injury.
Player of the Match: Juan Mata (Liverpool)

Champions League Group F
Everton 0 - 1 Porto
Since both teams were locked into position, it was a dead rubber for both sides and this match was only useful as a tuneup. We neutralized Porto but they got a penalty call late and converted it for the winner.
Player of the Match: Diego Reyes (Porto)

Since we finished in third place in our group, we got drawn into the Europa League Knockout round against FC Twente.

Everton 2 - 0 Norwich
The story of events the screenshots posit is mostly right. The goal credited to Ademir was instead scored by Marcelo Luiz, and we indeed had two shots on target, but I'm not sure how we had such few shots on target.
Player of the Match: Manolo Gabbiadini (Everton)

Blackburn 0 - 2 Everton
We could easily have had more goals, but I won't complain. This is the type of match we would have found a way to lose 1-0 or 4-1.
Player of the Match: Manolo Gabbiadini (Everton)

Everton 3 - 0 Stoke
After seeing Everton careers destroyed by torn calves and hamstrings, it was really encouraging to see Rob Reddy come back and run the show in his comeback from a torn hamstring. Viktor Fischer was the top goalscorer with a brace, although Manolo Gabbiadini continued his goalscoring run as well.
Player of the Match: Viktor Fischer (Everton)

Newcastle 1 - 2 Everton
Fininho was the star! After Adilson Jose got his second yellow for diving, it looked like a draw would be the likely result. However, in the final seconds of stoppage, Fininho picks up his second goal on an amazing move. Newcastle tries to respond immediately but their long ball is too long and the whistle was blown.
Player of the Match: Fininho (Everton)

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We're finally scoring goals and playing defense like I know we can, we need to keep it up so we can get anything out of this season.

Champions League Group Stage

Our form precluded us from doing what I know we could have in qualifying for the next round but we did qualify for the Europa League knockout stages and we can still get some pride if we do well there.
Definitely improving, thank god that losing streak is over. Keep it up! :D
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January 2019

- Nathan Limior won Manager of the Month for December, edging out Andre Villas-Boas of Arsenal and Rafa Benitez of Tottenham.

Everton 1 - 0 Chelsea
Winger Viktor Fischer bought a penalty for Everton by maneuvering just inside the penalty box when he was fouled, which Gabbiadini converted. Rafael Rivas was a rock, leading a surprisingly strong Everton defense in nullifying the league leaders.
Player of the Match: Rafael Rivas (Everton)

FA Cup Third Round
Everton 3 - 0 Rotherham
In a game where Rotherham weren't even allowed a sniff at goal, the scoring for Everton didn't start until the second half, but Everton's young guns poured it on. Senne Schoeters and Loic Hourcade each had a goal and an assist.
Player of the Match: Senne Schoeters (Everton)

Everton 5 - 0 Derby
Everton's winning streak continues, led by a brace from Viktor Fischer. Derby had no answer for our passing attack.
Player of the Match: Viktor Fischer (Everton)

Manchester United 2 - 0 Everton
All good things must come to an end. Our attack was neutralized and they got goals on Danny Welbeck poaching a cross and a Wayne Rooney penalty.
Player of the Match: Chris Smalling (Manchester United)

FA Cup 4th Round
Hull 1 - 1 Everton
Hull scored first indirectly off a free kick, then Adilson Jose forced a replay with his equalizer.
Player of the Match: Renato Dall'Oglio (Everton)

Arsenal 1 - 1 Everton
We were so lucky here, Arsenal could have lit us up, but Pal Sortevik made many amazing saves.
Player of the Match: Renato Dall'Oglio (Everton)

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Premier League Table

We've avoided our slide to the butt-end of the table but if we want continental football we need to keep winning.
Barclays Player of the Month: Rafael Rivas

February 2019

Everton 1 - 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Despite the stats being in our favor we can't hold on to a tenuous lead as ex-Toffee Joe Mason scores the tying goal.
Player of the Match: Rob Reddy (Everton)

The next game against West Ham will be my 200th with Everton!

West Ham 1 - 3 Everton
Everton's past vs. Everton's present. After falling behind due to a Neal Maupay strike, Everton's Viktor Fischer, who is starting to make his case for the Golden Boot, carries Everton to a 2-1 halftime lead with a brace. Fininho picks up a goal in the second half as a striker to seal the victory.
Player of the Match: Viktor Fischer (Everton)

Everton 1 - 1 Ipswich
Unlucky game to not win but our finishing needed to be better, especially Loic Hourcade, who failed to bury a chance that would have won it.
Player of the Match: Popo (Everton)
Injury Update: Shun Kawai suffered an sprained ankle and will miss 4-5 weeks.

FA Cup Fourth Round Replay
Everton 1 - 3 Hull City Tigers
We just came out flat, poor shot selection, poor finishing, poor defense. Mikael Ishak scored a brace and our only goal was on a penalty.
Player of the Match: Mikael Ishak (Hull City Tigers)

Europa League Round of 32
First Leg: Everton 0 - 2 FC Twente
FC Twente were incredibly efficient with their chances and we weren't. Min-Suk got FC Twente off on a flyer with a brilliant lob over Pal Sortevik, who got carded during the game.
Player of the Match: Kara (FC Twente)

Everton 2 - 0 Southampton
After a poor first half performance by Everton, they finally broke through and made their chances pay with a brace from Ademir.
Player of the Match: Ademir (Everton)

Europa League Round of 32
Second Leg: FC Twente 0 - 1 Everton
FC Twente 2 - 1 Everton on aggregate
We handled FC Twente much better defensively but we still wasted so many chances. Fininho got us back in it but we were just too tired to do anything.
Player of the Match: Rafael Rivas (Everton)

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We're climbing up the table again but we need to get our form sorted out. The lack of finishing is killing me.
Horrible home form, hopefully you can sort it out soon enough :)

March 2019

Bolton 1 - 2 Everton
Another day of poor finishing saved with Manolo Gabbiadini's direct free kick goal.
Player of the Match: Renato Dall'Oglio (Everton)

- Chelsea's winger Bruma is out for the rest of the season after a torn calf muscle.

- After one too many bad youth intakes, Head of Youth Development Alan Irvine has been sacked. Everton has to pay out 975,000 pounds, but that's not the issue. Romeo Jozak has been hired from Dinamo as his replacement.

Hull 3 - 0 Everton
Watch the two videos simultaneously. That's how I feel about this match.
Player of the Match: Allan Dair (Hull)

Everton 2 - 0 Reading
Reading couldn't get a sniff at the goal as Ademir and Loic Hourcade scored goals to put it away.
Player of the Match: Manolo Gabbiadini (Everton)
Injury Update: Tarek Said suffered a torn hamstring and will miss 2-3 months.

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- Everton sold to Sao Paulo for 5.25 million. He hadn't been getting any playing time and it was high time to sell him off. Not bad for a 475,000 pound investment, no?

Premier League Table

All we can do is win as much as we can and hope everything falls into place.
Oh dear, poor result at Hull, but at least it had good music, I've kept the tab open so Im still listening now :P
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April 2019

Manchester City 2 - 3 Everton
After Everton got off to a flyer with goals from Gabbiadini and Kawai getting us to a 2-0 lead by the 15th minute, City started playing a highly cynical game. Sergio Aguero pulled one back, and then Arturo Vidal got his second yellow for persistent fouling. Despite being down to ten, Dzeko equalized for Man City and it looked like a draw would be the probable result. Late though, Armand Mbock crossed it to Nicusor Stanciu for the winning goal.
Player of the Match: Will Hughes (Manchester City)
Injury Update: Viktor Fischer was substituted after getting a knock when Thomas Muller upended him. It turns out the injury is a twisted ankle, and he'll miss 3 weeks. It's a tough injury but not major and we have depth to cover it.

Tottenham 2 - 0 Everton
We couldn't do anything in this continental six-pointer, Tottenham prevented us from getting a shot on goal and Fabio Borini got Tottenham off on a quick lead, then sealed it when he beat the offside trap and got clean on goal.
Player of the Match: Fabio Borini (Tottenham)

Everton 1 - 1 West Brom
Shun Kawai had a couple of easy chances to win it for us and he missed them badly. I had a talk with him about it, hopefully he starts to play better.
Player of the Match: Baptiste Reynet (West Brom)

- Sebastian Acosta suffered a broken pelvis during training and will be out 4 months.

Everton 4 - 0 Liverpool
The Merseyside Derby was no contest as Everton walked over Liverpool. George Green got a quick goal for Everton and was the man fouled to set up Gabbiadini's penalty. After running off with an injury that proved to be a broken ankle, Rob Reddy and Armand Mbock scored goals to solidify Everton's lead.
Player of the Match: Rob Reddy (Everton)
Injury Update: George Green will miss the rest of the season with a broken ankle, the concern is if he can return to form. For now, Armand Mbock will take over in his role.

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With three games left, a Champions League spot is out of the question, we just have to play hard and win as many points as we can.
2013-08-09 23:15#126629 ebEliminator :
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- Everton sold to Sao Paulo for 5.25 million. He hadn't been getting any playing time and it was high time to sell him off. Not bad for a 475,000 pound investment, no?

You sold Everton :O, how could you?

Jokes aside, great result vs. Liverpool! Your players seem to be picking up a lot of injuries though.
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That's one Merseyside derby to remember :D
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Wow what a win vs. Liverpool, sure the fans would've been pleased! Pretty decent month, one last push for European football!
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