Everton's display should have yielded more than just a point - Scott Heavey
Most of the Everton-related news on Monday is reflecting on the action at Craven Cottage on Saturday, where Everton turned out one of their finest displays of the season, but somehow only came away with a point....
When asked whether this is Moyes’ best Toffees XI the Scot agreed, though he did point out his players’ recent failure to hang onto results, comparing it with the side of 2005, who were masters of the 1-0 win.
Echo reporter Phillip Kirkbride reflects on a mixed afternoon for Seamus Coleman, who after a bright and vibrant attacking display for 88 minutes, gave away possession cheaply before losing his man at the far post in the 89th, allowing the Cottagers to snatch a point. Though it has to be said, the game should have been out of sight long before then.
Why thank you very much Martin!
SBNation’s excellent Fulham blog ‘Cottagers Confidential’ give their take on the game
Jags praises Fellaini - Sky Sports
Felli was awesome on Saturday and Jags rightly highlights the big Belgian’s display, which could have brought a hat-trick and should have delivered three points. He also fields more questions regarding Steven Gerrard's already infamous 'long ball' jibes, admitting that Everton do like to hit it long at times (one such pass led to the second goal on Saturday) but also insists that there is much more to their game.
"If you ever get a result against Everton, you will know that you have deserved it. They are a credit to their manager, David Moyes, and it’s good to see a great club like them up near the top of the Premier League."