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Re: Ross Barkley
« on: August 16, 2017, 03:43:19 AM »
There are less people now that want Ross to come back and score the winner against us, compared to a few weeks back, so that's good to see.

It's sad when a local lad doesn't make it, buts it part and parcel of the game.
I trust Koemans judgement and we will move on.

I'd be amazed if there's one person that felt that way. You'd have to be mad to want any player to score or do well against your team, let alone a homegrown player that you'd sold.

On the other hand, it's not unreasonable for people to want him to still have a good career and show his ability, as long as it doesn't adversely impact Everton in any way.
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