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Will Everton get relegated in 2021/22?

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Will Everton get relegated this season?

Everton haven't won in their past 8 matches, and are only 5 points above relegation zone. Will they get relegated this season? Or they can turn it around?

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I cannot see Newcastle, Norwich, Leeds and Burnley finishing above Everton, so no.
No, the teams below are worse and at least three of them will end up at the bottom of the table.
They had a decent start but then had loads of injuries to key players. I think they are able to spend again in January (couldn't in summer due to FFP) and then Rafa will probably string some wins together after new players/back from injury.

Although he will probably get sacked soon too.
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Demarai Gray says no
Original post by Zerforax
They had a decent start but then had loads of injuries to key players. I think they are able to spend again in January (couldn't in summer due to FFP) and then Rafa will probably string some wins together after new players/back from injury.

Although he will probably get sacked soon too.

Think people forget they've lost a lot of creativity with James and Sigurdsson both gone (for very different reasons) as well as their main goalscorer DCL being injured for almost the entire season. Reckon they finish between 10th and 14th.
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I can but dream
Original post by sr90
Think people forget they've lost a lot of creativity with James and Sigurdsson both gone (for very different reasons) as well as their main goalscorer DCL being injured for almost the entire season. Reckon they finish between 10th and 14th.


Yea I think DCL and other injuries like Mina have really hurt them.
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They haven't been able to adapt to the DCL injury. I think they need to move Ben Godrfrey to Dm as he doesn't have the defensive knowledge to play as a cb. They have enough quality to stay up but I feel like they will end up 16th or 17th.
Benitez is getting more control. It's the injuries that have really held them back, and the underperformers like Coleman and Gomes.
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Original post by HotIronOnEar
Benitez is getting more control. It's the injuries that have really held them back, and the underperformers like Coleman and Gomes.

Out of all the teams I've watched this season, I've always felt that Everton looked one of the worst ( disregarding Norwich etc) and it's been exploited now some of their big players aren't performing or are injured.
Original post by Tnevo
Out of all the teams I've watched this season, I've always felt that Everton looked one of the worst ( disregarding Norwich etc) and it's been exploited now some of their big players aren't performing or are injured.

Yeah, noticeable lack of chemistry and defensive awareness.
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Original post by HotIronOnEar
Yeah, noticeable lack of chemistry and defensive awareness.

100%. I think some players are letting you down but I think some players aren't working well together at all.
Not when you have Norwich, Burnley, Watford, Leeds, Brentford and Southampton. Newcastle is a unpredictable at the moment - every chance they might do a ‘sneaky sneaky’ out of the relegation zone given their performance against Man Utd and whatever happens during the transfer window.

Everton have their issues, but then most supporters will say the same about their team when they’re in the bottom half of the table.
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Everton has just sacked their manager and they sit 16th. Do you think they will go down?
Original post by 8013
Everton has just sacked their manager and they sit 16th. Do you think they will go down?

No, their squad is too strong. Burnley, Newcastle, Norwich, Watford are much worse (I know Norwich just beat them but it's still true). Rafa was unfortunate with injuries, imagine having to use Salomon Rondon, who just came back from China, instead of Richarlison , Calvert-Lewin... it's unlucky.
Eventually they'll recover from injuries and have a good end to the season I think.
The sit is bad for sure. Last season was much btr. However I agree with u posters above that we r not gonna fall into the relegation pit. We r not doing well but at some point we can win three or four in a row and lift up a little. I xpect Watford and Toon to remain basement dwellers.
Original post by candydiva
The sit is bad for sure. Last season was much btr. However I agree with u posters above that we r not gonna fall into the relegation pit. We r not doing well but at some point we can win three or four in a row and lift up a little. I xpect Watford and Toon to remain basement dwellers.


Could it be that you have your problems with the 'e' button? or with another ones on your keyboard. There are so many letters missing. Enough derailed!

Would be bad, if Everton relegates this season. A traditional team like this one must be in Premier League. The situation is really bad in the moment, just five points ahead to a relegation place.
I always said no chance but if they appoint Wayne Rooney.. :rofl:
Original post by Zerforax
I always said no chance but if they appoint Wayne Rooney.. :rofl:


:lol: :lol:

It is more likely to visit santa claus and the easter rabbit at the same time than Wayne Rooney comes back second time and save Everton with his goals. Football is not a fairy tail.

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