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You're talking bollocks mate. Sounds like you didn't see much of him play
if you think Stubbs, Carsley and Yobo were comparable in terms of influence.
I think there may be some national bias going on here!
Youíre right that Arteta was an influential player, but not any more than Cahill, Baines, Jags, Pienaar, Ferguson and maybe even Osman, Stubbs, Carsley, Yobo (a personal favorite of mine). We had a decent team in which he played a part.
As an evertonian he failed.
I guess itís a matter of taste in football and personality. I liked Gravesen better, I understand you hate him with a passion. I donít - and he was good enough to Real Madrid.
I understand Mozart is highly rated. I accept that, itís just not for me. Same with footballers. I hear you, I respect your opinion. I just donít think heís special at all. Stats doesnít really back you.
... at this point.
Arteta made 'pre assists' before gobshites decided they were a thing.
And we played the most consistently decent football of the last thirty years around him.
But he's had one good game, not quite the second coming yet.
But I'm more than happy to debate how he's not currently fit to lace the boots of Mikel Arteta.
if they differ from yours, Mr. Gard. I've noticed that. Always short on arguments as your stance is obviously the right one.
I have high hopes for James Garner in an Everton shirt. Should I seek moral permission from you to feel that way?
Couldn't have said it better:
(...) Such a work ethic, coupled with a dash of class on the ball, makes him an archetypal Evertonian, the likes of which are required if his clubís battle against relegation is to be won.
So you say there's a race of men in the trees
You're for tough legislation
Thanks for calling
I wait all night for calls like these