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Hull P18 W6 D3 L9 F20 A36
Watford P24 W7 D5 L12 F33 A44

Prem P42 W13 D8 L21 F53 A80

Mmmmmmm Not sure . Does show attacking intent and we do ( allegedly  ) have an outstanding keeper and a load of money to spunk . I am trying to come round .
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Yup knock some more options off that poll. Give it a few weeks and it will be down to Silva anyway :D
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The Everton Forum / Re: Who should we go for? POLL RESET
« Last post by hannu on 37 minutes ago »
might need to reset the poll
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The Everton Forum / Re: Who should we go for? POLL RESET
« Last post by AllyBlue14 on 53 minutes ago »
Not 100% sold on Silva, but I'd rather have him than Pellegrini. Who is probably a safer choice, but it's pretty short-term thinking.
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The Everton Forum / Re: Who should we go for? POLL RESET
« Last post by TheRam on 59 minutes ago »
This is the thing that really fucks me off.
The Fat Cunt and Moyes were both released by their clubs on the same day.
The dogs on the street know Silva is coming to us.
West Ham were linked with many, but no one in particular, yet they announce Pelligrini as manager this morning.
Arsenal, also linked with a few, Arteta in particular, but about to announce Emery later.

We are linked with one guy, one fucking guy, who we've been in discussions with for ages, yet we fuck about and pussy foot and drag it out. We did the same with Martinez, and Koeman, and even signing Sig.

We have two gears, dead slow and stop. Any wonder it takes up ages to get a ball up the pitch.

What are you moaning about?

Its all sorted by all accounts.

Season isn't even done yet. Aslong as we've identified our main target and know he's coming that fine by me.

We've also restructured the board and appointed a new director of football who himself said the new manager will be appointed with 14 day, so there's been no pussy footing.

Let West Ham get on with ruining their club and focus on ourselves because it's been very promising over that last ten days or so.
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General Football Chat / Re: 2017/18 manager-go-round
« Last post by Alanvideo on 1 hour ago »
Sunderland ready to swoop to a new level on the manager-go-round by appointing Chris Coleman as the man to replace recently sacked Chris Coleman
..........................like a scene from Godfather 3. Just when I thought I was out ,they pull me back in  :wag:
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The Everton Forum / Re: Who should we go for? POLL RESET
« Last post by Redartin on 1 hour ago »
Itís been fairly well publicised that there are some potentially litigious-type movements in the background, both from Watford and from us. Claims and counter claims. That sort of thing can drag on, I expect it to be sealed this week, maybe a day or so after the mighty West Ham have managed to tempt the half-retired pellegrini.
But that's it with Everton, there's always an issue that annoys your tits.

The other thing that's annoying about this particular one is that, I happen to think both those appointments are better than ours, if and when ours ever happens.
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The Everton Forum / Re: Who should we go for? POLL RESET
« Last post by brap2 on 1 hour ago »
This is the thing that really fucks me off.
The Fat Cunt and Moyes were both released by their clubs on the same day.
The dogs on the street know Silva is coming to us.
West Ham were linked with many, but no one in particular, yet they announce Pelligrini as manager this morning.
Arsenal, also linked with a few, Arteta in particular, but about to announce Emery later.

We are linked with one guy, one fucking guy, who we've been in discussions with for ages, yet we fuck about and pussy foot and drag it out. We did the same with Martinez, and Koeman, and even signing Sig.

We have two gears, dead slow and stop. Any wonder it takes up ages to get a ball up the pitch.

Itís been fairly well publicised that there are some potentially litigious-type movements in the background, both from Watford and from us. Claims and counter claims. That sort of thing can drag on, I expect it to be sealed this week, maybe a day or so after the mighty West Ham have managed to tempt the half-retired pellegrini.
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Sunderland ready to swoop to a new level on the manager-go-round by appointing Chris Coleman as the man to replace recently sacked Chris Coleman
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