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September 22, 2017, 02:06:43 PM
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£10m? Bargain!
Toffeegirls Rule.

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September 22, 2017, 02:07:34 PM
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Joe Royle rates him.
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September 22, 2017, 02:12:42 PM
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Surely not?

Not as good as Amo!
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September 22, 2017, 03:07:22 PM
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I mean, he's just not a very good footballer and it was a mistake to sign him at that cost.

However, he does clearly have something to offer I suppose. Not sure what we're arguing about actually, is anyone's opinion much different to this?

I don't think it is. Some people seem to be over-reacting to other people's posts though.

September 22, 2017, 03:40:59 PM
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right we need a song for this lad

daddy cool


im going to rip-off the Lukaku chant.


Oh Oumar  Niasse, He's our Senegal scoring genius, With a 24 inch penis, Scoring all the goals, Bell-end by his toes...
Koeman is taking Everton places. Namely, the Championship.

September 22, 2017, 03:56:23 PM
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Song wise we really should be singing his name to this tune. For a football chant its original and the syllables fit perfectly, which is something I know were not renowned for, given how terrible the Barkley and Allez Allez oh songs sounded
You think Lou Bega knocked it out of the park with Mambo number 1?!No but he kept at it!


September 22, 2017, 04:12:53 PM
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Song wise we really should be singing his name to this tune. For a football chant its original and the syllables fit perfectly, which is something I know were not renowned for, given how terrible the Barkley and Allez Allez oh songs sounded
As a musician I should be good at this but I'm terrible when it comes to songs that go together for players. 🤦‍♂️
I take it oogah chacka is for Oumar Niasse? Yeah fits well.

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September 22, 2017, 04:30:12 PM
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As a musician I should be good at this but I'm terrible when it comes to songs that go together for players. 🤦‍♂️
I take it oogah chacka is for Oumar Niasse? Yeah fits well.



Haha yeah just the chanting bit at the start

Ooga   Chakka Ooga Ooga
Oumar Niasse  Oumar Oumar
You think Lou Bega knocked it out of the park with Mambo number 1?!No but he kept at it!

September 22, 2017, 08:24:51 PM
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Article on the OS on Niasse. I just can't help but like the lad. He just seems like a genuine guy that wants to do well with no hidden agenda. Good luck to him.


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Oumar Niasse says the warm reception he received from Evertonians at Goodison Park on Wednesday gave him the confidence to grab his first ever goal for the Club.
 
Having been included in a Blues squad for the first time since May 2016 for the Carabao Cup visit of Sunderland, Niasse’s name was greeted with a vociferous cheer before the match - a reaction that was repeated when he stepped off the bench to replace two-goal Dominic Calvert-Lewin with 66 minutes played.
 
The striker then expertly took down a lofted 83rd-minute Tom Davies pass on his chest before firing past goalkeeper Jason Steele to complete a 3-0 victory in front of a delighted Howard Kendall Gwladys Street End.
 
It halted a frustrating wait for a first Everton goal for the Senegal international, who moved to Merseyside in February 2016 having netted 16 times in 34 games for previous club Lokomotiv Moscow.
 
And, in an exclusive interview with The Everton Show, Niasse said: “The fans made me feel very good, honestly. They made me feel like the confidence was coming back and I was thinking I want to give back to them because of what they are giving to me.

“They gave me a great feeling when I went to warm up. I said to myself, ‘the only thing I can do is to try to put the ball in the net’. That was a special moment that they gave to me.
 
“It [the goal] was something I was waiting for and I think also they were waiting for that - for me to give them a goal. Like I said, it was a great feeling and very important for me.

“It has made me feel more confident, it has made me feel that my teammates are more confident and also the fans are going to have more confidence in me.
 
“That’s good for Everton, for the team now and I think the best thing is to keep that and work hard all together, all the squad, the players, all together to try to bring the team back [on track], because we can do it.”
 
Last season, Niasse scored five goals in 19 games on loan at Hull City and, despite his lack of playing time at Goodison, says he has always retained belief he can prove a valuable asset for the Blues.
 
“In life, everything can happen,” he said. “That is what I am saying, always. Sometimes you think everything is going against you but it’s just the way that God chooses, the way that God gives to you. You have to live with that and be the nicest person you can be, work hard, be a professional and, even if you’re Under-18, Under-23 or with the first team, you have to work hard. That’s what I think is the best thing to do.
 
“It was a long wait to get that first goal but it’s a goal in the cup against Sunderland, a team from the Championship, so it was an important one, but the more important thing is that I have to keep working and look for the Premier League goals.

“We will see what happens there after but it is always good to have a goal, especially when the team wins - and we needed that win to bring the confidence back.”

Ronald Koeman said in his press conference on Thursday that Niasse could be involved in the squad that welcomes Bournemouth to Goodison on Saturday and the 27-year-old is hopeful the Blues can build on their convincing display against the Black Cats.

Everton have suffered three straight Premier League defeats against Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United but have never lost a home game against the Cherries, who only recorded their first points of the campaign against Brighton and Hove Albion last weekend.

Following the visit of Bournemouth, Apollon Limassol head to Goodison in the Europa League next Thursday before another home league game against Burnley prior to the October international break.

And Niasse added: “We needed that win [against Sunderland]. We’re going to have three games in a row at Goodison now and the fans especially were very good on Wednesday.

“I think the next three games we need to take nine points because it’s at Goodison and it’s our home. We can be confident.”

September 22, 2017, 08:30:00 PM
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You know what I really love his attitude. I think he knows his limitations but will work hard and give his all for the team. He's not stupid like he seems quite intelligent from that interview and if we give him our support and Koeman gives him a chance I think he'll be useful. He could also be one of those players that will be a distraction for the opposition as he's so unpredictable.
Just keep what your doing Oumar and you just might make it!

September 23, 2017, 12:13:04 AM
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I was initially unimpressed with this lad, then angry at how bad he was, but now I think I almost hate him and what he's done to our soppy, cuddly little fan base.

Fuck all this 'God loves a tryer' shit. Fuck his stupid grin. Fuck his 'I'll muck in with the fans at Old Trafford' antics. And fuck his shin bouncing, blue arsed fly kamikaze football.

What is this useless P still doing at our club??!  And why is he even remotely in a position to take game time away from a young prospect instead?  It's like I'm in some sort of parallel universe or something. Maybe I am.

September 23, 2017, 12:17:14 AM
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I was initially unimpressed with this lad, then angry at how bad he was, but now I think I almost hate him and what he's done to our soppy, cuddly little fan base.

Fuck all this 'God loves a tryer' shit. Fuck his stupid grin. Fuck his 'I'll muck in with the fans at Old Trafford' antics. And fuck his shin bouncing, blue arsed fly kamikaze football.

What is this useless P still doing at our club??!  And why is he even remotely in a position to take game time away from a young prospect instead?  It's like I'm in some sort of parallel universe or something. Maybe I am.

Ban this man
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September 23, 2017, 12:19:07 AM
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September 23, 2017, 12:24:52 AM
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I was initially unimpressed with this lad, then angry at how bad he was, but now I think I almost hate him and what he's done to our soppy, cuddly little fan base.

Fuck all this 'God loves a tryer' shit. Fuck his stupid grin. Fuck his 'I'll muck in with the fans at Old Trafford' antics. And fuck his shin bouncing, blue arsed fly kamikaze football.

What is this useless P still doing at our club??!  And why is he even remotely in a position to take game time away from a young prospect instead?  It's like I'm in some sort of parallel universe or something. Maybe I am.

Heavy post this.

Proper fuming over a player scoring a goal for us.


September 23, 2017, 12:55:31 AM
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Heavy post this.

Proper fuming over a player scoring a goal for us.

I actually feel bad now.

Sorry Oumar