Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

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Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby ClaretTony » Fri May 03, 2019 10:25 pm

Please leave ratings for all players who have played 20 mins or more.

Scoring is from 3 to 10 as follows:

10 - Out of this World
9 - Excellent
8 - Very Good
7 - Good
6 - Average
5 - Below Par
4 - Poor
3 - Abysmal

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby South West Claret. » Fri May 03, 2019 10:33 pm

Off of TV.
Tom 7
Mee 9
Tarks 8
Westwood 7
The rest 4 including Dyche.

Second best all over most of the pitch tonight.

Wood really does need to practise trapping the ball.
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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby warksclaret » Fri May 03, 2019 10:34 pm

FROM TV

Heaton 7
Lowton 6
Tarks 6
Mee 7
Taylor 7
JBG 6
Westwood 6
Cork 6
Brady 7 (some good vision and passes but tired
Wood 6
Barnes 6

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby MACCA » Fri May 03, 2019 10:35 pm

Heaton - 5 a major error, made it game over.
Lowton - 5 poor in possession, woeful crossing
Tarky - 7 did well
Meet- 8 unlucky with the goal, but very good again
Taylor 7 steady
JBG - 6 quiet, lightweight
Cork 6
Westwood 6
Brady - 5 poor in possession, set pieces were rank, took forever to pass, and it was read time after time.
Barnes 5
Wood 5

A very poor day at the office indeed. 2nd half we huffed and puffed, but we never looked like getting a result. Those players that came in didn't grab the shirt.
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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby Dodobdobodobo » Fri May 03, 2019 10:35 pm

Heaton 6
Lowton 3
Taylor 4
Mee 7
Tarkowski 7
Cork 4
Westwood 4
Gudmundsson 5
Brady 5
Barnes 3
Wood 5

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby Bordeauxclaret » Fri May 03, 2019 10:38 pm

Heaton 4 very poor for 2nd
Lowton 4 got to close down quicker
Taylor 6 another decent display
Mee 7 improved as game went on. Slow start
Tarkowski 6 struggled at times with Lewin
Brady 4 rusty again but important he gets some game time
Cork 6 struggled first half especially
Westwood 4 should have seen red and was poor
JBG 3 very poor
Barnes 4 anonymous
Wood 3 how he stayed on for 90 mins is incredible. I honestly can’t remember a worse performance.

McNeil 4 a few trademark turns but final ball very poor
Vydra 4 one good run amazingly didn’t get given as a foul.

An extremely poor performance, on the back of two, even 3, very tough games and with nothing to play for it’s perhaps understandable but it was poor nonetheless.

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby Cirrus_Minor » Fri May 03, 2019 10:41 pm

Heaton 5
Lowton 5
Mee 8
Tarkowski 8
Taylor 6
Gumundsson 6
Cork 7
Westwood 7
Brady 6
Barnes 6
Wood 6

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby Barry_Chuckle » Fri May 03, 2019 10:43 pm

Heaton 5
Lowton 5
Taylor 6
Mee 7
Tarkowski 7
Cork 4
Westwood 5
Gudmundsson 5
Brady 5
Barnes 4
Wood 5

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby DAVETHEVICAR » Fri May 03, 2019 10:45 pm

From TV

Heaton 5
Lowton 6
Tarkowski 7
Mee 7
Taylor 7

Brady 5
Westwood 5
Cork 5
Gudmundsson 5

Barnes 5
Wood 5

MacNeil 5

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby Vegas Claret » Fri May 03, 2019 10:50 pm

Heaton 7
Lowton 6
Tarks 7
Mee 7
Taylor 7
JBG 5
Westwood 6
Cork 5
Brady 6
Wood 4
Barnes 5

Vydra 7
McNeil 4 - lad needs a pre-season or an energy drink !

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby AlargeClaret » Fri May 03, 2019 10:52 pm

Heaton 7 no chance with 2nd in fact did well to reflex the save going away from him
Lowton 5 sluggish never got his stride
Tarks 7 probs our best player
Mee 7 unlucky with 1st
Taylor 6 decent enough
JBG 5 not at the races against this quality
Westwood 5 could of been Jeff , ever decreasing circles
Cork 5 better 2nd half but looked tired early doors
Brady 6 rusty but tried a bit
Wood 3 awful
Barnes 4 no service

Pretty poor as we stagger towards a very disappointing season end

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby theroyaldyche » Fri May 03, 2019 10:53 pm

Our stand out best players as per most games are

Tarky
Mee

The rest were 5 or under. Half of the remaining are championship players at best plus barnes AND wood can easily be replaced

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby HB Claret » Fri May 03, 2019 10:57 pm

From TV

Heaton 6
Lowton 5
Tarkowski 7
Mee 6
Taylor 6
Brady 5 - think he has lost his nerve since the injury
Cork 6
Westwood 6
Gudmunsson 5 - don’t think he is fully fit
Barnes 5
Wood 5


Subs
Vydra 6 - should have had a penalty
McNeil 5 - looked tired and gave ball away at least 3 times
Hendrick -6

Still been a great season considering where we were at Christmas. We definitely need an injection of pace and power but after watching us at Barnet and Orient it is great that we can look forward to another season in the top league !

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby Burnleyareback2 » Fri May 03, 2019 11:20 pm

Lads are already on the beach and Wood is blowing up the inflatables
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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby kaptin1 » Fri May 03, 2019 11:21 pm

Heaton 6
Lowton 6
Tarkowski 7
Mee 6
Taylor 6
JBG 6
Westwood 7
Cork 6
Brady 6
Wood 6
Barnes 6

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby claretspice » Fri May 03, 2019 11:34 pm

Everton look a really good team - we were 2% below our best and just couldn't live with them in the first part of the game, which did all the damage.

Heaton - 6 - Tidy enough for the most part, but he won't need anyone to tell him that he made a major, if uncharacteristic, error for the second goal.

Lowton - 7 - Only Burnley player willing to take his time in possession and try and keep the ball in the first quarter of the game, steady enough defensively for the most part, but he had opportunities to show more quality in the final third and he might have closed down the shot better for the opening goal.

Taylor - 7 - Steady enough for the most part, but caught ball watching on the second goal and it wasn't the only time.

Tarkowski - 8 - Another very dominant night's work.

Mee - 7 - an unfortunate nick for the opening goal but stuck to his task well and along with Tarks kept Everton at arms length after that first 25 minutes.

Westwood - 6 - Grew into the game well, but too quick to cough up possession early in the game when we needed someone in the centre of the field to put their foot on the ball and help us knit a few passes together.

Cork - 6 -Marginally better in possession than Westwood early on, but whilst he stuck at his task well, we were always second best in that department.

JBG - 6 - Bright and breezy after a slow start, without any real end product. Might have done better with the half chance that came his way.

Brady - 7 - Surprise selection, but more than justified it with a diligent defensive performance and a busy, creative forward performance. He looked the most likely to create a chance and his quality showed promise for next season.

Barnes - 5 - Never really in the game, other than a tidy finish when offside in the first half, and on too many occasions early on he failed to do enough to protect the ball.

Wood - 6 - An occasional threat, and his extra mobility made him a better outball than Barnes by and large.

McNeil - 6 - A couple of lovely moments, a couple of less effective ones.

Vydra - 6 - His first couple of minutes on the pitch showed real promise and he should have had a penalty (or at least a free kick on the edge), but he didn't really sustain his impact.

Hendrick - 6 - We missed him from the start tonight but he didn't really have a chance to really influence the game


At 2-0 down after a poor start, this could have been a big score and perhaps earlier in the season would have been, so credit to the players for keeping going and regrouping, even if this owed a bit to the fact Everton eased off and the impressive Richarlison went off injured. The last 15 minutes of the first half were OK, and the first 15 of the second half more than acceptable. Unfortunately, we couldn't do much more than create half chances and Everton gradually eased back into their superiority.

In truth, this probably demonstrated our shortcomings and where we'll look to strengthen in the summer. In the first 25-30 minutes we needed more composure and quality on the ball in midfield to let help us grow into the game, and we never had the pace on the break to give us an alternative method of getting up the pitch and causing Everton a problem. Too often in that period all 20 outfield players were in our half because Everton knew they had nothing to worry their pacey centre backs in behind.

No disgrace though.

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby KlyBfc » Fri May 03, 2019 11:46 pm

Difficult to make any accurate ratings after watching 90mins through a crowded letterbox, but I’ll have a go.

Heaton 6
Lowton 5
Taylor 5
Tarks 7
Mee 7 mom
JBG 5
Brady 6
Westwood 6
Cork 6
Barnes 4
Wood 5

McNeil 5
Vydra 6

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby jdrobbo » Sat May 04, 2019 12:01 am

Heaton 5
Lowton 3
Taylor 7
Mee 7
Tarkowski 6
Cork 4
Westwood 3
Gudmundsson 4
Brady 7
Barnes 4
Wood 5
McNeil 4
Vydra 6

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby MDWat » Sat May 04, 2019 12:08 am

There were some rank bad performances out there tonight. First 30 minutes we lacked everything. Really disappointing, and makes you not want to bother with end of season games with nothing to play for anymore.

Heaton 5
Lowton 3
Tarkowski 6
Mee 6
Taylor 6
Gudmundsson 5
Westwood 3
Cork 4
Brady 6
Wood 3
Barnes 5

McNeil 5

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby CrosspoolClarets » Sat May 04, 2019 12:10 am

Heaton 6
Lowton 5
Taylor 5
Tarks 7
Mee 7
JBG 5
Brady 6
Westwood 6
Cork 6
Barnes 4
Wood 5

McNeil 5
Vydra 6

I copied the names from Kly’s post to save me typing them, went to edit the scores then realised I agreed with all of them.

The trouble with being our style and being safe, when we don’t have that extra 1% Adrenalin, we have very little else.

One thing I would say (again) is that this is the third or fourth major howler Tom has made in the last month or so. I don’t recall Hart making one before he was dropped apart from one in that final game perhaps. Seems to be a different rule for Hart, but I admit results have improved and am also admitting that there seems few other takers with rumours of Birmingham going for him. I just find it all very, very odd because on the face of it he has the attributes of a top class keeper, whereas Tom is Tom, perfect for Burnley but not really capable of going any further because he lacks that final bit to make a keeper top class.

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby THEWELLERNUT70 » Sat May 04, 2019 12:13 am

Heaton 5 bad error for the second meant it was game over
Lowton 3 A new right back is a priority
Taylor 6
Mee 7 mom
Tarkowski 6 stop trying the Hollywood pass!
Cork 4
Westwood 4 lucky not to see red
Gudmundsson 5 we are better with Hendrick on the right
Brady 4 Woeful and injured again
Barnes 4
Wood 5 control,control,control

A strange game where but for two bad errors and another cr@p officiating decision we could actually have got something out of this game, even if we had performed at half our best. I thought second half we actually were the better side to be fair

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby COBBLE » Sat May 04, 2019 12:13 am

Individuals whatever. As a team, when we pressed the switch to play passing football there were some nice and skilful pieces but it seemed like we didn't really believe we could sustain it and someone played a training ground ball.

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby THEWELLERNUT70 » Sat May 04, 2019 12:20 am

Just as an aside I've quite enjoyed Vydras last two extended cameo outings. He looks nimble,quick with an eye for a pass in the final third. Hopefully he can crack on next season

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby THEWELLERNUT70 » Sat May 04, 2019 12:24 am

claretspice wrote:Everton look a really good team - we were 2% below our best and just couldn't live with them in the first part of the game, which did all the damage.

Heaton - 6 - Tidy enough for the most part, but he won't need anyone to tell him that he made a major, if uncharacteristic, error for the second goal.

Lowton - 7 - Only Burnley player willing to take his time in possession and try and keep the ball in the first quarter of the game, steady enough defensively for the most part, but he had opportunities to show more quality in the final third and he might have closed down the shot better for the opening goal.

Taylor - 7 - Steady enough for the most part, but caught ball watching on the second goal and it wasn't the only time.

Tarkowski - 8 - Another very dominant night's work.

Westwood - 6 - Grew into the game well, but too quick to cough up possession early in the game when we needed someone in the centre of the field to put their foot on the ball and help us knit a few passes together.

Cork - 6 -Marginally better in possession than Westwood early on, but whilst he stuck at his task well, we were always second best in that department.

JBG - 6 - Bright and breezy after a slow start, without any real end product. Might have done better with the half chance that came his way.

Brady - 7 - Surprise selection, but more than justified it with a diligent defensive performance and a busy, creative forward performance. He looked the most likely to create a chance and his quality showed promise for next season.

Barnes - 5 - Never really in the game, other than a tidy finish when offside in the first half, and on too many occasions early on he failed to do enough to protect the ball.

Wood - 6 - An occasional threat, and his extra mobility made him a better outball than Barnes by and large.

McNeil - 6 - A couple of lovely moments, a couple of less effective ones.

Vydra - 6 - His first couple of minutes on the pitch showed real promise and he should have had a penalty (or at least a free kick on the edge), but he didn't really sustain his impact.

Hendrick - 6 - We missed him from the start tonight but he didn't really have a chance to really influence the game


At 2-0 down after a poor start, this could have been a big score and perhaps earlier in the season would have been, so credit to the players for keeping going and regrouping, even if this owed a bit to the fact Everton eased off and the impressive Richarlison went off injured. The last 15 minutes of the first half were OK, and the first 15 of the second half more than acceptable. Unfortunately, we couldn't do much more than create half chances and Everton gradually eased back into their superiority.

In truth, this probably demonstrated our shortcomings and where we'll look to strengthen in the summer. In the first 25-30 minutes we needed more composure and quality on the ball in midfield to let help us grow into the game, and we never had the pace on the break to give us an alternative method of getting up the pitch and causing Everton a problem. Too often in that period all 20 outfield players were in our half because Everton knew they had nothing to worry their pacey centre backs in behind.

No disgrace though.


We appear to be missing the mom from the starting line up ;)

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby Vintage Claret » Sat May 04, 2019 12:41 am

From TV..

Heaton 6
Taylor 7 *
Tarks 6
Mee 6
Lowton 6
JBG 4
Cork 6
Westwood 6
Brady 4
Barnes 6
Wood 5

The changes in midfield just didn't work imo.
Bit baffled why SD, so often loyal to the players in possession of the shirt, decided to drop 2 of our best performers in recent games for 2 others who's bit part performances recently have been less than impressive.

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Postby IanMcL » Sat May 04, 2019 1:44 am

Heaton 5
Lowton 6
Mee 8
Tarkowski 8
Taylor 6
Gumundsson 6
Cork 6
Westwood 7
Brady 7
Barnes 6
Wood 6

Not sure if we are marking the others. Vydra did well 7.

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Postby maidenover » Sat May 04, 2019 4:41 am

Heaton 5
Lowton 4
Tarkowski 7
Mee 8 MoM
Taylor 6
Gudmundsson 5
Westwood 4
Cork 5
Brady 7
Wood 5
Barnes 5

McNeil 5

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby ashtonlongsider » Sat May 04, 2019 6:50 am

Thought at one stage we were in for a repeat of the Boxing Day massacre. Thankful in the end it was just the two, but our short-fallings are there for all to see.
Heaton 5-Can't be too hard on Tom as he's instrumental in saving our season, but that second was one howler.
Lowton 4-A concern position for me and hope it's one addressed in the upcoming window.
Mee 7-Played well especially in the second half.
Tarkowski 8*-Just shaded it for me from Mee.
Taylor 5-On the edge and given a torrid time early doors.
Gudmundsson 6-He did try to get us on the front foot but with little support.
Cork 5-Can't fault JC's industry but again he looked physically off the pace.
Westwood 7-very industrious and tried hard, unfortunately with little reward.
Brady 7-My heart sank when he was selected but I felt he was one of our better players, especially offensively.
Barnes 5-Took his off side goal well but apart from that he didn't show much for me. Well shackled.
Wood 4-On the periphery of the game. Zouma too much for him.

Vydra has looked lively in his cameo roles in the last two games. I certainly think he deserves more minutes and hope he get's them against Arsenal. McNeil looked tired both physically and mentally and it was no surprise to me that Gudmundsson started. Certainly not a criticism, more an observation but I'm sure he will come back stronger next season. Not Hendrick's biggest fan, as those around me in the BL will testify. However, he's played well of late and his omission from the start was telling as Lowton looked too exposed without Jeff supporting him.

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby Blackrod » Sat May 04, 2019 7:22 am

Heaton 5 howler
Lowton 4 poor game Bardsley for Arsenal ?
Tarkowski 7
Mee 7
Taylor 6
JBG 5
Cork 4 poor again
Westwood 5 could have been easily sent off
Brady 4 doesn’t offer enough of anything
Barnes 5
Wood 4 he should have been hooked. Ball control, trapping the ball ....

We weakened the side by changing the 2 wide men. Brady is currently not up to it imo. There was no energy or pace anywhere, poor passing and ball control and posession given up easily. While Everton are a decent team it was an easy win for them. if Wood can’t be arsed then maybe Vydra could start against Arsenal to see what he can do. If we are to move forward we need to upgrade the likes of Lowton, Cork and Brady.

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby claretspice » Sat May 04, 2019 7:52 am

THEWELLERNUT70 wrote:We appear to be missing the mom from the starting line up ;)


Thanks added in now.

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Postby claretspice » Sat May 04, 2019 7:53 am

Blackrod wrote:Heaton 5 howler
Lowton 4 poor game Bardsley for Arsenal ?
Tarkowski 7
Mee 7
Taylor 6
JBG 5
Cork 4 poor again
Westwood 5 could have been easily sent off
Brady 4 doesn’t offer enough of anything
Barnes 5
Wood 4 he should have been hooked. Ball control, trapping the ball ....

We weakened the side by changing the 2 wide men. Brady is currently not up to it imo. There was no energy or pace anywhere, poor passing and ball control and posession given up easily. While Everton are a decent team it was an easy win for them. if Wood can’t be arsed then maybe Vydra could start against Arsenal to see what he can do. If we are to move forward we need to upgrade the likes of Lowton, Cork and Brady.


Brady was one of our best players and produced at least two absolutely top class balls into the box.

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Postby Blackrod » Sat May 04, 2019 8:06 am

And what else ?

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Postby TVC15 » Sat May 04, 2019 8:12 am

Heaton : 6 - bad mistake
Lowton : 6 - thought he struggled
Taylor : 7 - coped better than Lowts
Tarks : 8 - defended really well
Mee : 8 (MoM) - another great game
Westwood : 6 - thought our midfield were second to every ball in that first half. His booking I thought was purely down to him being slower to the ball rather than anything deliberately malicious
Cork : 6 - ditto Westwood
JBG : 6 - better second half
Brady : 5 - don’t understand some of the higher scores. He played a couple of decent balls but gave the ball away with unnecessary flicks, sloppy or under hit passes and constantly made the wrong decision when we were in good positions in the second half. His stats from last night would be interesting.
Barnes : 5 - not his night.
Wood : 6 - slightly better than Barnes but again missed a great opportunity with his first touch when put through.
Vydra : 6 - couple of nice touches and absolutely shocking decision for the penalty from the referee and linesman who both had perfect views
McNeil : 5 - think he might have put Brady’s boots on looking at the first couple of passes. Made a couple of good runs after that and brave as ever running at their defence.
Hendrick : 5 - difficult to have any impact

Shocking first half where we could not cope with Everton and just seemed half asleep when we had the ball and too slow when we didn’t.
Much better second half where if we would have got a goal I think we could have got a draw. Frustratingly we got in a lot of good positions with spare men but poor touches and wrong decisions meant we never made the most of them.
Hope we get ourselves up for Arsenal next week.

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby Iloveyoubrady » Sat May 04, 2019 8:15 am

From TV

Heaton 6
Lowton6
Tarkowski 8
Mee 7
Taylor 6
Gudmundson 5 - coming back but was generally very poor.
Westwood 6 - didn’t really get into the game
Cork 4 - our biggest weakness. He never seems to actually get into the game.
Brady 7 - promising return, assist for Barnes’ offside goal was class, a few great balls into the box.
Wood 6 - not good but he gets so little service
Barnes 6

McNeil 5 - was poor when he came on but tried to create. He needs the rest.
Vydra 8 - short cameo but he was great. Some great touches, the one for the foul that wasn’t given was incredible, linked up with wood as well - played a couple of nice balls in behind. Got to start?

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby Woodleyclaret » Sat May 04, 2019 8:30 am

Poor performances throughout the team only Tarks put in a shift.Why Crouchy didnt start 2nd half for a very poor Wood is beyond me.Again Sean didnt utilise all the subs
Bardsley for Lowton would have helped

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby SalisburyClaret » Sat May 04, 2019 8:53 am

Heaton 7
Lowton 7
Tarks 7*
Mee 7
Taylor 6 doesn’t combine well with Brady
JBG 7 good in places
Westwood 6
Cork 6
Brady 6 doesn’t work well with Taylor, good at times but not often enough
Wood 5
Barnes 5

Vydra 7
McNeil 6

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby Top Claret » Sat May 04, 2019 9:05 am

Heaton 7
Lowton 4
Tarkowski 7
Mee 7
Taylor 7
Jbg 4
Westwood 6
Cork 5
Brady 4
Wood 4
Barnes 5

Poor performance and fully expected us to get beat when I saw the team sheet. Lowton, JbG and Brady are not good enough.

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby ClaretTony » Sat May 04, 2019 9:38 am

Heaton 6
Lowton 4
Tarkowski 8
Mee 8
Taylor 6
JBG 5
Westwood 4
Cork 5
Brady 7
Barnes 5
Wood 5

McNeil 5

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby ClaretTony » Sat May 04, 2019 9:40 am

Must admit I don’t understand these low Brady ratings, central defenders apart I thought he was our best player by some distance.

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby CoolClaret » Sat May 04, 2019 9:45 am

Heaton 7
Lowton 4
Tarkowski 7
Mee 7
Taylor 6
JBG 4
Westwood 6
Cork 5
Brady 7
Wood 4
Barnes 5

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby Im_not_Robbie_Blake » Sat May 04, 2019 10:12 am

Heaton 6
Lowton 5
Taylor 6
Mee 8
Tarkowski 7
Cork 6
Westwood 6
Gudmundsson 6
Brady 6
Barnes 5
Wood 5

McNeil 6
Vydra 6

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby claretgilly » Sat May 04, 2019 10:38 am

Watched on tv in the pub so I won’t post ratings. Understandably low scores for a few players but I find some accompanying comments frustrating.

“Pretty poor as we stagger towards a very disappointing season end”
Really? What were you expecting from the last two games?

“championship players at best plus barnes AND wood can easily be replaced”
The same lads who have produced European places form in the Premier League since Christmas?

What they’ve achieved and the toil to do so since our previous game v Everton is astonishing, and on the back of Sunday’s efforts against City to boot, of course they’re a little bit off it. They earned the right not to be scrapping like dogs last night by securing safety with 3 games to go. And by the way Everton are clearly a very good side.
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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby Jakubs Tash » Sat May 04, 2019 11:00 am

So frustrating to watch. Too many times just booting the ball away to nothing in the first half. We really need more composure and pace in the team so we can counter attack effectively. Ball retention is massive and is the quality we lack the most as a team.

Heaton 6

Lowton 6
Tarkowski 6
Mee 7
Taylor 6

JBG 4
Cork 5
Westwood 6
Brady 6

Wood 4
Barnes 4

McNeil 6

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby Jase_H » Sat May 04, 2019 11:43 am

Heaton 6
Lowton 7
Tarkowski 8
Mee 7
Taylor 6
JBG 6
Westwood 5
Cork 6
Brady 7
Barnes 5
Wood 5

McNeil 5

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby joey13 » Sat May 04, 2019 11:45 am

Heaton 5
Lowton 4
Tarkowski 8
Mee 8
Taylor 6
JBG 5
Westwood 4
Cork 5
Brady 6
Barnes 4
Wood 3

McNeil 4

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby Sproggy » Sat May 04, 2019 12:27 pm

Heaton 6
Lowton 5
Tarkowski 6
Mee 7
Taylor 5
JBG 4
Westwood 5
Cork 5
Brady 5
Wood 4
Barnes 4

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby Dark Cloud » Sat May 04, 2019 12:36 pm

Heaton 7 (I'll give him the benefit of the doubt on the second goal)
Lowton 6
Tarks 7
Mee 8
Taylor 7
Westwood 6
Cork 5
JBG 5 (And I'm a fan)
Brady 5
Barnes 5
Wood 4

Vydra 7
McNeil 5

A weird, end of season non event where many of our players failed to turn up and we were absolutely second best. BUT having said that, Everton actually scored 2 quite fortunate goals and second half we did have chances and half chances to actually get back in it, despite never really deserving to. Plus the ref missed what from my admittedly crap view in the ground was a stonewall penalty. The one positive in my view was SD giving Vydra some game time and another chance to show a bit of something and again I thought he did show something. If we don't get back at the races for next week the people on here who seem pretty certain that this is the time to bury our Arsenal hoodoo are going to look pretty daft! Not actually too downhearted as ultimately the result isn't that important and we had a cracking (all) day on the beer as Liverpool has shed loads of excellent real ale places!!

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby Buxtonclaret » Sat May 04, 2019 5:00 pm

Heaton 6
Lowton 6
Tarks 7
Mee 8 **
Taylor 6

Brady 5
Westwood 5
Cork 5
Gudmundsson 5

Barnes 5
Wood 5

Lacklustre is being kind. Just didn't look up for it, particularly 1st half.

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Re: Everton v Burnley - Player Ratings

Postby Taffy on the wing » Sat May 04, 2019 10:16 pm

claretgilly wrote:Watched on tv in the pub so I won’t post ratings. Understandably low scores for a few players but I find some accompanying comments frustrating.

“Pretty poor as we stagger towards a very disappointing season end”
Really? What were you expecting from the last two games?

“championship players at best plus barnes AND wood can easily be replaced”
The same lads who have produced European places form in the Premier League since Christmas?

What they’ve achieved and the toil to do so since our previous game v Everton is astonishing, and on the back of Sunday’s efforts against City to boot, of course they’re a little bit off it. They earned the right not to be scrapping like dogs last night by securing safety with 3 games to go. And by the way Everton are clearly a very good side.

I logged in just to "like" this post!
Way too many whiners on this board!


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