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Yes. Yes he is.He's a far better footballer, and he owes this club just as much and loves it just as much, I think. Cahill's Mr Everton, and he's like... Prince Everton. As gay as that sounds.
But can you be considered an Everton legend if you've played 175 games for the club?This is what I mean about the "modern day legend" in the Cahill thread. I think it uses a whole new metric now. In the olden days it was common for players to play 300 games for a club but now players move about on a hot tin roof.It's hard to say.
There shouldn't be set criteria for such an ambiguous term.You'd be a legend if you played for us a stupid amount of times, ie Big Nev, but at the end of the day injury could curtail your career. Donovan has to go down as an icon for us, or something, after only 10 or so appearances.
An icon is different though. Gary Lineker would be an icon.Legends, for me, are Dixie Dean, Tommy Lawton, Alan Ball, Howard Kendall, Colin Harvey, Graeme Sharp, Peter Reid, Neville Southall, Dave Watson.
Arteta probably speaks better English than most.Think he's fluent in 5 other languages though, so he has a brain on his head too.
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