I was going to wait for the forum to open up again, but will post this now because I might forget later, you know lads, like going upstairs and wondering "why"?
What is best for Everton FC?
We have what we have, we are what we are and we all know the financial limitations we have, we also know that nothing is likely to change anytime soon that would be perceived as "positive" by the fans.......Strong, probably unpopular decisions need making, anything, just please do something.
What we have, is arguably the best squad for ages, and a decent manager, but there comes a point in time when you can't just keep waiting for things to happen, for things to change for the better.
So what follows in not necessarily my opinion, but I do think somebody with the acumen of say an "Alan Sugar" would take the bull by the horns and make changes.
Maybe best for the club to sell Fellani and another "cash asset" - Why not build a team around Fellani is the obvious retort...but the reason why it's not going to happen are obvious. MF is a better player than Everton, selling him would provide some cash....it won't be long before Pip, Cahill and Saha will not cut it in the EPL, add to that that Heitinger and Billy have not worked out either.....plus Osman, Vic are arguably not good enough.
David Moyes? The man has worked wonders for Everton, he does not deserve to see it all slide away, again maybe it would be best for the club and the man himself if he left us.....with a hand shake, not sacked, not walking, but by agreement for the best of all concerned.........It must be every bit as frustrating for him as it is for us.
The flip side of the coin is that Fellani commits to the clubs, signs another 5 years contract, we all get a lift........but come Christmas 2011
Would it just still be a case of same old shit and frustration, just a different season?
I for one, would like to see some positive managment, even if it is risky, at least it would be doing something to "try and stop trhe rot"