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Which financially rich clubs can afford to do.
Indeed, I think it's what we have done with Stones to a lesser extent.
City being the absolute worst culprits for destroying the teams below them.
Yes he should, the problem is likely the over inflated wages he is on because of where he is as well which only compounds the issue, he probably won't push for a move.
Four wide players is hardly too many. Especially considering Delofeu is practically free (we pay no fee for Barca for the loan).
Why do you think they want rid GL after just one season?I'm not totally impressed by Moses TBH, seems to fluff his lines more often than not from what I've seen. But could be decent for us at the right price.
So they're consistent then.
Two questions.What is a neo coach?And since when has Jelavic been a bomber formation?
Gareth Barry apparently coming on loan, Fourth Official just retweeted a link from a betting page saying his odds have fallen from 40/1 to 1/3 as well.http://www.skybet.com/football/transfer-specials/event/15453905?&btag=a_10100b_191c_
33 in february, at first I thought absolutely not but now i'm not so sure. If he was just a replacement in the squad for Hitzelsberger then i'm all for it, especially on loan.
Gareth Barry would be a great addition. Probably mark the end of Gibson's starting days I imagine.
Well, I don't see why Barry would come to Everton on loan without any assurances, it wouldn't make sense on his, or Manchester City's part.
except being comfortably one of the best midfielders in the league. our top goalscorer. our top passer. our top interceptor. our top tackler.shit that felly-eye-ee-knee lad.
yes, that's his transfer plan
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