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Post  barrowmackem on 2016-11-11, 11:28 am

Very impressed with his performance @ Bournemouth the perfect foil for Defoe. We have been crying out for a big mobile lad that can notch a goal or two and at 28 if he carries on that form defo worth a longer contract.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2016-11-11, 12:12 pm

Unplayable when on form, question is can he bring consistency,  lets hope so.

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Post  MrRAWhite on 2016-11-11, 12:37 pm

Let's hope he can build on his performance at Bournemouth..

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Post  gil t azell on 2016-11-11, 6:07 pm

I think Moysy will get the best out of him. Bloody hope so.
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Post  Guest on 2016-11-11, 7:35 pm

Is he fit for the Hull game?

Was it not reported he got a cracked rib last week ????
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Post  cyprussyd on 2016-11-12, 6:01 am

Victor Anichebe has thrown the gauntlet down and urged his team-mates to build on the feel good factor gained from victory over Bournemouth.

The 28-year-old produced a fine performance on the south coast last Saturday and inspired the Black Cats to come from behind and clinch a crucial victory.

With no domestic action this weekend due to the international break, Anichebe has already set his sights on a successful home coming when the Lads return to the Stadium of Light next Saturday against Hull City.

Speaking to safc.com, the striker revealed he is hungry to taste victory more often, admitting excuses isn’t an option.

“The manager has been onto us since the Arsenal game,” he said.

“It wasn’t a great game and on Monday (before Bournemouth) he said we needed to forget about it and he just told us straight, ‘Saturday we need to win.’

“It is as simple as that.

“We were on it all week in training and it was super hard. He told us that it was a must-win game and that is the mentality we have to have from now on.

“We have to do what we need to do and we have to really concentrate on it. We have worked extremely hard (to get the win), it shows and it paid off so hopefully that can continue.”

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Post  Hieronymus on 2016-11-12, 6:16 pm

Most Everton fans will tell you that he can be unplayable one week and then play like a donkey the next 5 games. 

But if Victor performs week in and week out as well as he did against Bournemouth perhaps he will have found the home he has been looking for since he left Everton. 

I am really hoping that he does deliver the consistency and physical toughness we need, and he will become our not so secret weapon en route to mid-table mediocrity Very Happy
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Post  Nostalgic on 2016-11-12, 8:21 pm

A a good case of 'actions speak louder than words".  He is a man in his prime with talent that he is not putting to best use.  We have given him a lifeline and with the return of injured players he could forge a huge partner ship with any one of the forwards where all he has to do is use his strength and nous to create space.
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