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Changes for Everton?

One tabloid, this morning, proudly predicts that Sir Alex Ferguson will be making several changes to the side that surrendered so meekly to Manchester City last time out in the Premier League.

It infers that after changing an entire starting eleven for the midweek Carling Cup tie against Aldershot, Sir Alex Ferguson has decided to ring the changes for the trip to Goodison Park this Saturday.

It infers that Sir Alex has decided to start with a centre-back pairing of Nemanja Vidic and Phil Jones who form a defensive back four with Chris Smalling and Fabio Da Silva.

In midfield, it goes on to suggest that Tom Cleverley and Michael Carrick will start. It also suggests that Sir Alex is happy with his front two of Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck which, to me, infers, that the probably starting eleven, if the tabloid is right, will be:-

De Gea, Fabio, Vidic, Jones, Smalling, Nani, Cleverley, Carrick, Young, Rooney and Welbeck.

I wonder if they`re right!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 27 2011

Time: 4:37PM

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Id say give either Berba og Chicarito the starting place. I think he is right to bench Ferdi and Evra to let them know that below par performances is not accepted. Cant wait to see Cleverly in action again, I hope our dip in form is related to him being out, I think he should have a big impact in terms of vision and game speed. Vidic we've missed you..
nordkap
I like to think the issues that have arose yet again in defence and midfield is due to the absence of Vidic and Cleverley, I suppose we will see when we play Everton. Ferdinand and Evra deserved to get dropped until they prioritise their defensive duties over their attacking ones and show better form, they've been guarenteed a place when fit for far too long. That said, it wouldn't shock me in the slightest to see them on the team sheet come Everton.
TheFamousNo7
 

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