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The Jury: Everton FC fans reflect on the rout of Hull
Published : 11 Mar 2010 00:42:00
MIKE WILLIAMSON, Chester SO Hull weren't exactly Real Madrid but that second half performance was just what we needed after the real disappointment of losing to Sporting and Tottenham. The season isn't over yet and it was great to see players get their confidence back and play like we know they can. It was worth the admission fee alone to see the Arteta of old finally return. The Yak was also excellent. After such an up and down season, we still have a fighting chance of a European spot and Saturday's game with Birmingham is effectively our cup final. We simply have to be positive and I would like to see Moyes display the kind of approach from the outset that might one day make him a great manager as opposed to a good one. In other words, we need to get at Birmingham from the start and go looking for a convincing win. A draw will mean nothing and if we can't go to places like this and win on merit then we shouldn't be thinking of Europe anyway. RICHARD KNIGHTS, West Derby Direct from Goodison Park, England, it's the Everton Oscars!!!!! Horror Show: Arsenal - August 15. Best Actor: Steven Gerrard for his performance in the Anfield derby. Worst Foreign Films: Lisbon I and Lisbon II. Most Promising Newcomer: Seamus Coleman. Original Music: Z Cars. Miss: Landon Donovan - Spurs away. Waste Of Space: Europa League's fifth and sixth referees. Blue Nose: Avatar 'Lifelong Evertonian' Award: Lucas Neill. Skating On Ice: Olympic Stadium Athens Thankfully We've Off-Loaded Him To Someone Else Award: Jo. Best Comedy: Gillett and Hicks. Best Supporting Role: Keep Everton in Our City. Unwanted Extra: Kirkby Stadium. Unused Extra: Carlo Nash. The Kevin Davies Award For Committing The Most Fouls: Kevin Davies Opposition Mascot: Rafa Benitez.