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July 23, 2017, 05:49:38 PM
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super mo is super mo, hate all you want, if it wasnt for his injuries, he;d be on a next level, he has the technique, some flair, can spray a pass, and works his fucking arse off.

yeah i understand 3 years and he hasnt done shit,. i dont fucking care. the next 3 years he will kick on.

the pride he shows, how he loves the club, only kopites would hate as all their players are mercs, bought in and never fall for the club.. while we have people like Miralles, Besic, pioneer, Arteta etc who all fell in love with the club.

stop hating, start supporting.
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July 23, 2017, 05:52:12 PM
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super mo is super mo, hate all you want, if it wasnt for his injuries, he;d be on a next level, he has the technique, some flair, can spray a pass, and works his fucking arse off.

yeah i understand 3 years and he hasnt done shit,. i dont fucking care. the next 3 years he will kick on.

the pride he shows, how he loves the club, only kopites would hate as all their players are mercs, bought in and never fall for the club.. while we have people like Miralles, Besic, pioneer, Arteta etc who all fell in love with the club.

stop hating, start supporting.

Stop wumming.

July 23, 2017, 05:53:03 PM
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I don't think he was doing those things because it's a friendly either! Keane must have kept looking left thinking where's he going now.

I think he was, but it doesn't really matter, he isn't a CB.
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July 23, 2017, 05:55:16 PM
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That showing at CB was as typical Besic as you could get. storming around doing whatever he pleases, looking to be involved as much as possible, even to the detriment of the team.

topped it off with a first minute two footer to revive a pointless yellow.

NB: there's part of me that does sort of like him, but I think he's still learning the game at 23/4 which isn't a great sign.
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July 23, 2017, 06:43:48 PM
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SANA_DR0


Stop wumming.

same could be said about the posters who want him gone.

but those posters wont even acknowledge what i stated in the post. 
Koeman is taking Everton places. Namely, the Championship.

July 23, 2017, 06:51:54 PM
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BlueBeagle


That showing at CB was as typical Besic as you could get. storming around doing whatever he pleases, looking to be involved as much as possible, even to the detriment of the team.

topped it off with a first minute two footer to revive a pointless yellow.

NB: there's part of me that does sort of like him, but I think he's still learning the game at 23/4 which isn't a great sign.

He's 25 in September!


July 23, 2017, 06:57:24 PM
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super mo is super mo, hate all you want, if it wasnt for his injuries, he;d be on a next level, he has the technique, some flair, can spray a pass, and works his fucking arse off.

yeah i understand 3 years and he hasnt done shit,. i dont fucking care. the next 3 years he will kick on.

the pride he shows, how he loves the club, only kopites would hate as all their players are mercs, bought in and never fall for the club.. while we have people like Miralles, Besic, pioneer, Arteta etc who all fell in love with the club.

stop hating, start supporting.

On a next level compared to whom? He's nowhere near the most talented players we have or have had since he's been here - injuries or not. He was brought over from Hungary and was always likely to be a squad player, if he were to kick on then he would challenge for a starting berth then that would have been a plus. Best thing he can do, if he stays fit, is leave - I'm all for loaning him out, but he won't be getting first team football at Everton this year unless we're struck by an injury crisis. He does have some potential, but needs to play week in week out to realise it. Personally, I don't think he will ever make it to be a first teamer - so it's sell him, or let him go on loan if we want to give him a chance to kick on. Needless to say, if he gets injured again or can't break into wherever he goes on loan, then it should be the end for him as a blue.
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July 23, 2017, 07:05:23 PM
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SANA_DR0


On a next level compared to whom? He's nowhere near the most talented players we have or have had since he's been here - injuries or not. He was brought over from Hungary and was always likely to be a squad player, if he were to kick on then he would challenge for a starting berth then that would have been a plus. Best thing he can do, if he stays fit, is leave - I'm all for loaning him out, but he won't be getting first team football at Everton this year unless we're struck by an injury crisis. He does have some potential, but needs to play week in week out to realise it. Personally, I don't think he will ever make it to be a first teamer - so it's sell him, or let him go on loan if we want to give him a chance to kick on. Needless to say, if he gets injured again or can't break into wherever he goes on loan, then it should be the end for him as a blue.

dont think some blues are ready for what Besic will offer the following seasons, same as they didnt think Dowell could..

in all reality, i'd rather keep Besic than Barkley. thats due to his love of EVERTON,

hell Hibbert was shit, but he loved the club, Besic is X1000 the player, i was saying if Besic hadnt had all the injuries, then he would have been on a next level (similar to Davies)

but anyway, i cant hate everton players who love the club and are committed to the club. if you can.. then thats cool.
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July 23, 2017, 07:20:06 PM
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July 23, 2017, 07:22:24 PM
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dont think some blues are ready for what Besic will offer the following seasons, same as they didnt think Dowell could..

in all reality, i'd rather keep Besic than Barkley. thats due to his love of EVERTON,

hell Hibbert was shit, but he loved the club, Besic is X1000 the player, i was saying if Besic hadnt had all the injuries, then he would have been on a next level (similar to Davies)

but anyway, i cant hate everton players who love the club and are committed to the club. if you can.. then thats cool.
I am with you all the way ,love the guy and his effort .He is far better than some on here give him credit .We will have the last laugh.

July 23, 2017, 07:22:59 PM
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dont think some blues are ready for what Besic will offer the following seasons, same as they didnt think Dowell could..

in all reality, i'd rather keep Besic than Barkley. thats due to his love of EVERTON,

hell Hibbert was shit, but he loved the club, Besic is X1000 the player, i was saying if Besic hadnt had all the injuries, then he would have been on a next level (similar to Davies)

but anyway, i cant hate everton players who love the club and are committed to the club. if you can.. then thats cool.

Weird. Let's keep players at the club not based on ability but how much they love being here. Okay.

July 23, 2017, 07:46:08 PM
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SANA_DR0


he has ability, but his recklessness  in defense is whats blinding you, which i understand, but he's a CM not defensor!
he's not french either :S
Koeman is taking Everton places. Namely, the Championship.

July 23, 2017, 08:13:57 PM
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July 23, 2017, 08:39:38 PM
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I like the guy's courage and determination, he's a bit of a lunatic but that's alright.

I think every time he steps on the pitch for us, he wants to do too much. He shows the strength of his character and belief in his ability, if not ability. I still think there is a very decent player there, he's technique in possession and his passing are pretty decent and progressive, but he's primarily quite destructive and hard working. He's not quite specialised in either to hold down starting spot, or be central to get best out of him.

I could well see him coming in for some games, just to give us some legs and bite when we are low on numbers and fitness. It might make more sense for someone else to have his place in the squad and have him go out on loan and get settled and playing. He'd be a very good player for a lot of teams on the continent.

July 23, 2017, 09:05:06 PM
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Weird. Let's keep players at the club not based on ability but how much they love being here. Okay.
That premise is only valid if they only have one or the other ,in the case that they have both it makes your comment nonsense