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March 27, 2016, 10:48:01 PM
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http://readeverton.com/2016/03/27/got-milik-everton-interested-ajax-hitman/

Not really seen Milik play; anyone?
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March 27, 2016, 11:09:26 PM
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http://readeverton.com/2016/03/27/got-milik-everton-interested-ajax-hitman/

Not really seen Milik play; anyone?

I've only seen him a little bit but he looks like a big talent. Maybe not Embolo / Batshuayi talented but definitely one to keep an eye on (and the sort of player I like Everton being linked with).

March 27, 2016, 11:18:28 PM
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The only way we'll get anyone like Embolo or Tielemans is if we offer them first team football immediately and about 80k a week, could work but could be a huge flop.


March 27, 2016, 11:21:07 PM
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Weren't we linked with Tielemans last year?
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March 28, 2016, 12:08:12 AM
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I'd bite your hand off for schneiderlin, but he's not moved long ago and has his sights set higher than us I'm sure.
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March 28, 2016, 12:50:18 AM
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@thefootballcafe have tweeted that we are planning to hold talks with Pellegrini in the coming weeks.

Don't follow them myself, was RTd in my timeline. Probably bollocks.
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March 28, 2016, 01:13:51 AM
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I'd love Pellegrini. He's exactly the sort of pro-active, think on your feet kind of manager that would take us forward. He does an incredible amount of work on preparing for the opposition every week, and that's reflected in the numerous different formations and tactics that he comes up with. He leaves no stone unturned. Also, he's very young and dynamic, so he would bring the sort of energy we need to drive us forward as a club.
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March 28, 2016, 01:33:50 AM
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Pellegrini is in his 60s isn't he?

March 28, 2016, 01:38:59 AM
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I know I'll be slated but would Benteke be worth a punt? I know he plays for the dark side and has done fuck all but e does know where the back of the net is and maybe is just not suited to them.
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March 28, 2016, 01:47:12 AM
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I know I'll be slated but would Benteke be worth a punt? I know he plays for the dark side and has done fuck all but e does know where the back of the net is and maybe is just not suited to them.
I've actually thought that Benteke is more of an Everton type number 9 than Lukaku. He's decent in the air, but the problem he will always have seems to be his attitude. When he's in the mood, he's decent. When he can't be arsed, you might as well be playing with 10 men. For the right sort of money though, I'd probably take a punt.

March 28, 2016, 01:50:12 AM
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I'd love Pellegrini. He's exactly the sort of pro-active, think on your feet kind of manager that would take us forward. He does an incredible amount of work on preparing for the opposition every week, and that's reflected in the numerous different formations and tactics that he comes up with. He leaves no stone unturned. Also, he's very young and dynamic, so he would bring the sort of energy we need to drive us forward as a club.

HIs approach seems to have worked well for him throughout his esteemed career.

March 28, 2016, 01:51:47 AM
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I'd love Pellegrini. He's exactly the sort of pro-active, think on your feet kind of manager that would take us forward. He does an incredible amount of work on preparing for the opposition every week, and that's reflected in the numerous different formations and tactics that he comes up with. He leaves no stone unturned. Also, he's very young and dynamic, so he would bring the sort of energy we need to drive us forward as a club.

Is this city's pellegrini? Young and dynamic? Proactive? Changes his formation for the opposition?

Maybe I'm being dense here but I feel like I've never heard anyone speaking about him like that. In fact that sounds like he complete opposite impression I have gotten about him.
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March 28, 2016, 01:55:12 AM
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Is it now time for Joao Moutinho to join the Toffees. Still only 29
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March 28, 2016, 01:56:29 AM
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Is this city's pellegrini? Young and dynamic? Proactive? Changes his formation for the opposition?

Maybe I'm being dense here but I feel like I've never heard anyone speaking about him like that. In fact that sounds like he complete opposite impression I have gotten about him.

He was being sarcastic.

BD's got it in for Pellegrini.

March 28, 2016, 02:01:27 AM
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I would prefer our search for a new midfielder target someone younger but still in/around his prime. Some names I've thrown out before:

Cristoph Kramer (http://www.hilltop-analytics.com/football/find-me-a-player-like-andres-iniesta/ > Everton > Gareth Barry)
Etienne Capoue (see: Kramer, harder to sign given his recent move to Watford)
Milan Badelj (a long time favorite of mine)
Marko Vejinovic (http://www.benefoot.net/in-the-mould-of-matic-magic-marko-vejinovic-can-go-a-long-way/)
Morgan Schneiderlin (see: Kramer / Capoue, way less likely that those two)

Youri Tielemans is very young and should be in demand (I can see a club like Juventus making a move for him) but he has the profile of a world class midfielder and we'd be foolish not to ask about him.
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