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July 28, 2017, 09:00:19 AM
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yeah, he's an every match starter if his body is up to it (for me).  He's fucking incredible.
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July 28, 2017, 09:03:56 AM
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Jamokachi


Looked quicker than I had him pegged for too, always a bonus.

July 28, 2017, 01:17:19 PM
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MmmBlueRamirez


This lad's the cats pyjamas.
Farming Karma like the Dalai Llama


July 28, 2017, 02:13:32 PM
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Cozzie


Looked exciting didnt he.

Think he will instantly become a fan favorite.

July 28, 2017, 03:31:41 PM
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Robioto


Thought he looked great. But he did show that he isn't really a centre forward, he kept coming deep to get the ball, which is fine, but it futher shows the need for a new striker, thankfully Koeman agrees.

July 28, 2017, 04:02:52 PM
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The Blue 3/4 of Liverpool


Blob on, but seeing the glass as half full, we arent that far away really.

Sandro is a very decent player, his main attributes are movement and being a pain in the arse all over the front line.
Rooney is a decent player still and his main (of many) attributes is footballing (at least) intelligence and coming deep for the ball and dictating an attack.

Put them together and there isnt a proper striker in the box very often.

Add a target man striker to them two and we have a deadly attack (Dzeko or a Giroud)

It's not all about pace, as quality, intelligence and movement add just as much if not more. But inject a little pace back in the side - the good old Baines and Coleman (hurry back!) combo - getting forward, with defensive mids dropping back. We have Gana, Schneids and others that can drop back, but width/pace needs to be addressed. Bolasie will be back soon too.

We need a little more creativity and a bit more knowhow from midfield, as we are often short of ideas and slow building up with far, far too many passes back to the defenders/keeper. To address this and improve our set piece threat and not to mention increase our goal tally we need someone that can come in now and do a job straight away (Sigurdsson).

Strengthen our ageing heart of defence and build-up play from the back, as Williams and Jags are getting on a bit now and will make more mistakes (Smalling)

Stek did ok last night, but play Pickford from now and stick with him.

End the Barkley and Sigurdsson dramas, and put a bit more investment into these areas, and I reckon we will surprise a few with our league position after our horrendous opening 6 fixtures! But do it soon, so we are a bit more gelled and fit and ready for it come the start, in 15 days!!!!


July 28, 2017, 04:11:37 PM
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ihatecollina


Blob on, but seeing the glass as half full, we arent that far away really.

Sandro is a very decent player, his main attributes are movement and being a pain in the arse all over the front line.
Rooney is a decent player still and his main (of many) attributes is footballing (at least) intelligence and coming deep for the ball and dictating an attack.

Put them together and there isnt a proper striker in the box very often.

Add a target man striker to them two and we have a deadly attack (Dzeko or a Giroud)

It's not all about pace, as quality, intelligence and movement add just as much if not more. But inject a little pace back in the side - the good old Baines and Coleman (hurry back!) combo - getting forward, with defensive mids dropping back. We have Gana, Schneids and others that can drop back, but width/pace needs to be addressed. Bolasie will be back soon too.

We need a little more creativity and a bit more knowhow from midfield, as we are often short of ideas and slow building up with far, far too many passes back to the defenders/keeper. To address this and improve our set piece threat and not to mention increase our goal tally we need someone that can come in now and do a job straight away (Sigurdsson).

Strengthen our ageing heart of defence and build-up play from the back, as Williams and Jags are getting on a bit now and will make more mistakes (Smalling)

Stek did ok last night, but play Pickford from now and stick with him.

End the Barkley and Sigurdsson dramas, and put a bit more investment into these areas, and I reckon we will surprise a few with our league position after our horrendous opening 6 fixtures! But do it soon, so we are a bit more gelled and fit and ready for it come the start, in 15 days!!!!

well said and well put that man....
The bird in the pink is back.....

July 28, 2017, 04:21:22 PM
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Lxxx


Movement. Loved it. With Rooney behind him we'd need some genuine desire to get into the box from other players out wide though.

July 28, 2017, 04:25:54 PM
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velimski


Movement. Loved it. With Rooney behind him we'd need some genuine desire to get into the box from other players out wide though.

I prefer the idea of Klaassen playing behind him.
Which then begs the question "where/how does Rooney fit into this team'?

July 28, 2017, 04:27:45 PM
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blue1948


Movement. Loved it. With Rooney behind him we'd need some genuine desire to get into the box from other players out wide though.
Time to gel as said before .

July 28, 2017, 04:28:34 PM
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Lxxx


I prefer the idea of Klaassen playing behind him.
Which then begs the question "where/how does Rooney fit into this team'?

I think he fits into the squad quite well. He'll be in the team as and when Koeman thinks he's needed. Hopefully we'll be fluid with our selections this season and not predictable like in recent years.

July 28, 2017, 04:41:11 PM
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The Blue 3/4 of Liverpool


Agreed. That's the key word "fluid". That is when we are at our best, with players like Rooney, Sandro, Klassen buzzing around - fluid play. We are at our worst when we are dicking around, passing backwards and fucking around at the back, when you JUST KNOW that someone is going to make a blooper and other teams, like they do, always seem to punish us for it. Fluidity comes from talent and work-rate, the more established, talented hard working players we have the better imo. We dont need to look for one attribute, like pace, or size, but we need to look for players that have consistently shown ability and importantly the right attitude to working as a component in a team to work together and win a football game. Luckily its looking like we have a few players in this mould to play a decent style of football, but there are one or two that we need to replace - weak links in the chain so to speak. Koeman and the board know this, we just have to get behind them, and just hope they invest in one or two more class acts.
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July 28, 2017, 09:18:41 PM
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MmmBlueRamirez


Just realise Sandro looks like the love child of Leon Osman and Roberto Martinez.

Once seen, can't be unseen...

https://twitter.com/everton/status/890682777380769792
Farming Karma like the Dalai Llama

July 28, 2017, 09:22:05 PM
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Just realise Sandro looks like the love child of Leon Osman and Roberto Martinez.

Once seen, can't be unseen...

https://twitter.com/everton/status/890682777380769792


Will be interesting to see how his English is in a year's time.

Looking forward to seeing him play for us finally.
"Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage." Anais Nin

July 28, 2017, 09:37:27 PM
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Evertonian in NC


Blob on, but seeing the glass as half full, we arent that far away really.

Sandro is a very decent player, his main attributes are movement and being a pain in the arse all over the front line.
Rooney is a decent player still and his main (of many) attributes is footballing (at least) intelligence and coming deep for the ball and dictating an attack.

Put them together and there isnt a proper striker in the box very often.

Add a target man striker to them two and we have a deadly attack (Dzeko or a Giroud)

It's not all about pace, as quality, intelligence and movement add just as much if not more. But inject a little pace back in the side - the good old Baines and Coleman (hurry back!) combo - getting forward, with defensive mids dropping back. We have Gana, Schneids and others that can drop back, but width/pace needs to be addressed. Bolasie will be back soon too.

We need a little more creativity and a bit more knowhow from midfield, as we are often short of ideas and slow building up with far, far too many passes back to the defenders/keeper. To address this and improve our set piece threat and not to mention increase our goal tally we need someone that can come in now and do a job straight away (Sigurdsson).

Strengthen our ageing heart of defence and build-up play from the back, as Williams and Jags are getting on a bit now and will make more mistakes (Smalling)

Stek did ok last night, but play Pickford from now and stick with him.

End the Barkley and Sigurdsson dramas, and put a bit more investment into these areas, and I reckon we will surprise a few with our league position after our horrendous opening 6 fixtures! But do it soon, so we are a bit more gelled and fit and ready for it come the start, in 15 days!!!!

Giroud in the middle, with Sandro, Rooney, and/or Sigurdsson moving around him could be a deadly combination.
"If you want a really scary thought, imagine how stupid the average American is.  Then realize...half of 'em are dumber than THAT." - George Carlin