F365 Interviews: Bryan Oviedo

A serious injury threatens to ruin Bryan Oviedo's World Cup hopes, which is a damn shame for a likeable player. Matt Stanger interviews Everton's Costa Rican...

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side-dog (Everton) says...

This guy is class. He's a better left back than Baines, and epitomises Moyes' poor ability to see quality in players that aren't his favourites. Fair play, he signed him, but for the 12 months he managed him, he barely gave him a start. Sadly, he may not be at Everton for very long as he will get offers if he makes a decent recovery from this terrible injury. Would love him to stay though as blokes like him, Barkley, Stones, Robles and McCarthy could make up a very solid core for the future of the Toffees.

Posted 2:20am 3rd February 2014

metal (West Ham United) says...

Hope he and Falcao make it to the world cup.. Their countries dont qualify all the time.. really hope they make it..

Posted 12:42pm 29th January 2014

orikoru (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

This article seems slightly sinister, like Stanger decided to write this article because he knew all along that Oviedo was going to get injured, yet he didn't warn him.

Posted 4:36pm 28th January 2014

gongclough (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

This is an enjoyable read about a player who isn't a household name. Would be interested in more in the future.

Posted 12:45pm 28th January 2014

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