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Southampton 0 - Everton 0

Premier League

St. Mary's Stadium

21/01/2013

Attendance: 28,359

Referee: N Swarbrick

Southampton
0 - 0
Everton
 
 
Venue: St. Mary's Stadium
 
Attendance: 28,359
The Teams
Boruc
 
 
 
Howard
 
 
Clyne
 
 
 
Baines
 
 
Yoshida
 
 
 
Jagielka
 
 
Hooiveld
 
 
 
Distin
 
 
Shaw
 
 
 
Neville
 
 
Schneiderlin
 
 
 
Coleman
 
 
58
Ramirez
 
 
71
 
Osman
 
 
Cork
 
 
 
Pienaar
 
 
Guly
 
 
62
 
Fellaini
 
 
Puncheon
 
 
87
 
Jelavic
 
 
66
Lambert
 
 
 
Naismith
 
 
Substitutes
K Davis
 
 
 
Mucha
 
 
Fox
 
 
 
Heitinga
 
 
Richardson
 
 
 
Duffy
 
 
S Davis
 
 
71
 
Oviedo
 
 
Chaplow
 
 
 
Hitzlsperger
 
 
De Ridder
 
 
87
 
Mirallas
 
 
66
Rodriguez
 
 
62
 
Anichebe
 
 
58
Game Statistics
14
Goal Attempts
10
11
On Target
7
10
Corners
6
1
Offside
3
14
Fouls
11
2
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
51
%
49




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Writer: Yak Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 21 2013

Time: 10:08PM

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With the exception of Anichebe and to a lesser extent Baines and Fellaini we were a big let down. When i saw the line up with Naismith on the right and Neville in the middle, i was gutted! If Moyes had of put Neville as right back and Coleman right side Fellaini taking the middle spot and Big Vic replacing dim but nice Naismith we would have won that game. I dont profess to know more than DM but it is glaringly obvious Nevilles time has come----Jags can be the leader!---and as regards Naismith--- Just what is his Role!!!!
evertonmandan
I was surprised about the decision as well, think Anichebe has been very good this season and deserved a starting spot, especially ahead of Naismith who is not a winger. Disappointing night, poor performance, especially the 1st half, 2nd half we were better and had chances, but typical Everton failed to convert.
Rob-EFC
 

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