Hibbert happy to help Toffees out
They have battled bravely in the face of such adversity, but David Moyes’ managerial credentials are being pushed to the limit.
With so many players out the experienced Scot has been forced to shuffle his pack on a regular basis in order to send a competitive starting XI into battle.
Moyes is likely to tinker again on Sunday when the
“I don’t know the extent of the injuries we have, but I’m happy to answer the call for
“Tottenham have been scoring goals for fun this season. It will be a challenge. They have got a phenomenal squad right now. After all, teams in the Premier League are getting stronger and stronger, so we know what to expect.”
Australian international Tim Cahill is also willing to take on extra responsibility over the coming weeks in an effort to keep
He saw the
“Seeing (Sylvain) Distin go off early, and then (Dan) Gosling and Jo, you start thinking if everything is against you, but everyone stepped up and it was a massive win because of that,” Cahill said in the Daily Mirror.
“We’ve got more problems but we have got to all pull together now to come through this.
“The injuries are unfortunate but we have shown incredible fighting spirit to have got the victory in Athens and go through to the next round of the Europa League.
“What we have is that extra spirit and hunger, and I think we have shown what we can do when people write us off.”