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Goodison Park

21st August 2010

Attendance: 37,767

Referee: Lee Mason

Tim Cahill 43 Sylvan Ebanks-Blake 74
Tim Howard     Marcus Hahnemann    
Tony Hibbert     Kevin Foley    
Phil Jagielka     Christophe Berra    
Sylvain Distin     Jody Craddock    
Leighton Baines     George Elokobi     53
Steven Pienaar     Matthew Jarvis    
Johnny Heitinga     82 Karl Henry    
Mikel Arteta     David Jones     70
D Bilyaletdinov     82 Stephen Ward    
Tim Cahill     Sylvan Ebanks-Blake     90
Jermaine Beckford     71 Kevin Doyle    
Jan Mucha     Wayne Hennessey    
Louis Saha     71 Richard Stearman     90
Magaye Gueye     Greg Halford     70
Leon Osman     82 Andrew Keogh    
Seamus Coleman     Nenad Milijas    
Marouane Fellaini     82 Ronald Zubar    
Jack Rodwell     Adlene Guedioura     53
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Date:Saturday August 21 2010
Time: 5:19PM


What a joke, Everton dominated about 90-95% of the game only for this to happen, Man of the match had to go to Lee Mason, great signing by Wolves, dont know for how much you bought him for but he was immense. But, well done, good result for your lot, cant change what has happened, good luck for the rest of the season (might of used it all on this game though). Im sorry, still a tad angry
21/08/2010 17:23:00
Yes I must admit we pushed our luck especially in the first half.The changes did have some effect but I think this one will go down as lucky.That said however It was Evertons own fault for not being more ruthless,nice to Seb opening his account this year hope that does well for his confidence and does'nt that give Mick something to think about next week-end?.
Crete Wolf
21/08/2010 17:42:00
Aye, the ref was atrocious. Was a penalty, not a free-kick outside the box and Heitinga was fouled before the goal. ***** happens. Good luck for the rest of the season - you'll need it when we come to Molineux :'D
21/08/2010 22:41:00
Certainly not one of Lee Mason's better games by a long shot. Everton should have had us on our knees before half time. They were the better team in most respects but we had the fitness and desire to drag ourselves back into the game and leave with the vital point.
22/08/2010 03:47:00
Your right crete wolf, it was our own fault as well for some ***** poor finishing, we shouldve had you 4-0 at the half (in my opinion) but your lot played better in the seond half but still the draw was a very generous result for your lot
22/08/2010 09:37:00
I agree a draw was generous but that's the way games sometimes play out. I remember the European Cup final where Red Star Belgrade (as they used to be called) beat Marseille on penalties. RSB actually played ultra-defensively but won. It was a sad day for football.
22/08/2010 15:51:00
t's all about sticking the ball in the back of the net and if you don't do that then you aint gonna win. well done Wolves!
Gaffers mate
22/08/2010 16:00:00
Some poor losers from the Everton fan base I see! The art of defence is just as important as the art of attacking. If you were so great you would have beat us, you didn't so move on.
22/08/2010 20:37:00
Some unhappy toffees. Sounds like we rode our luck, but then soemtimes that is what you need
22/08/2010 20:38:00
Hmmm I watched the game and yes Everton domiated Possession for 65% of the match but you hardly had any clear cut chances , Dont complain about the Free kick which you say should have been a pen as you scored from it anywyas , It was never a foul for our goal as Heitinga acked out like a Fanny , If possession wins a footie match we should have lost 8 , But as chances go Hannehman made 2 class saves n 1 was offside anyway , In my eyes pay back for when you equalised in the last min last year when we deserved all 3 !!!!!!!!!!!!
22/08/2010 21:31:00
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