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Moyes Pleased With Performance

Everton lost 2-1 to Chelsea in their first home defeat of the season, despite going ahead with a minute gone manager David Moyes was pleased with his sides efforts:

"We are not disappointed with how we played because we did really well,"

"We have run the European champions really close, we just didn't quite have enough in the end.'

"I thought we played well enough to get something from the game and the players did a great job. From what we had available and what we could use, I thought we maximised that.'

"We were a threat all day. We always looked like we could get a goal.'

"We have been unfortunate with things coming back off the woodwork and not one of them falling to us. Then they get a shot that`s saved which then falls straight to their player [Lampard] in the box, so we were a little bit unlucky in that regard."





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Writer: Holroyd Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday December 30 2012

Time: 5:23PM

Your Comments

It did just seem one of those days where none of those little breaks went our way, on another day Jelavic could've had a hat trick. But that is football, need to move on, performance was very good from the lads today, we will get Fellaini back against newcastle and fingers crossed a couple of the injured lads are available again.
Rob-EFC
We'd beat them comfortably with Fellaini, Mirallas and Gibson. Let alone actually having one of three right backs fit.
EvertonMike
Gave them a run for their money(bottomless pit!) hopefully we'll get some players back and push on for a top 4 place.
evertonmandan
 

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