21. mars, 2005
Paul Tomkins skrifar fķna leikskżrslu um Everton leikinn. Męli meš henni, en hér eru nokkrir punktar, sem mér fannst góšir:
Luis Garcia now has nine goals from open play. Has more than adequately replaced Danny Murphy, who scored ten and 12 in his best two seasons, but with the aid of penalties and free-kicks, something at which he really excelled. Luis Garcia gets into the box more, to score poacher’s goals, without ever appearing to be that kind of player. It’s no wonder he’s been called up to the Spanish national team. He had a difficult patch with injury and the birth of his child, but few skillful imports have settled so successfully so quickly. He works hard, runs all day, but of course he’ll always be knocked off the ball on occasion let’s be realistic, he doesn’t have Jan Molby’s build
Og um Milan Baros
Baros’ movement against Everton was superb, as he ran into the channels to draw the Everton defenders apart. His work rate remains phenomenal, and his all-round game was superb. It’s just in front of goal where his confidence is lacking. Just as Owen regularly did (and, of course, all strikers do), he’s having that patch where nothing will go in.
Nįkvęmlega žaš sama, sem ég var aš reyna aš koma aš ķ gęr.
Einnig skrifar Tomkins ķtarlega um Pellegrino og hans hlutverk ķ sķšustu leikjum. Žaš er augljóst aš Rafa ętlar aš halda Hyypia fyrir utan lišiš og žaš viršist vera svo aš nśna sé vörnin aš spila betur meš Carra og Pellegrino en hśn gerši meš Carra og Hyypia. Žaš veršur spennandi aš sjį hvaš gerist ķ nęstu leikjum. Pellegrino er allavegana bśinn aš vera verulega góšur ķ sķšustu leikjum.