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November 03, 2017, 03:43:50 AM
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We have Southampton reject who is a right back having to play left back, no replacement for ageing Baines.

Williams was 12 million and now his legs have gone after a season.

Klaassen was 25 million and plays like an inhibited Scott Gemmil.

Sigurdsson for 45 million, need I say more.

No striker

Rooney as our highest earner who plays where he wants, gets drunk, breaks the law and walks back into the side because he is Wayne Rooney.

Walshís and Koemanís tenure at Everton is like a 7 year olds first go on Championship Manager.  Say what you like about Moyes but he would do a lot more with the money that these no marks. Yes, we have some good young player signed but Everton did that before him and we have a reputation for giving young kids a chance.

January 21, 2018, 06:35:15 PM
Reply #1


Looks like we might be in the market for a new DoF after what Iíve heard.

Kenwright wants him out.

Excellent news, thank you.

March 16, 2018, 02:57:52 AM
Reply #2


So the team would look something like this;

Coleman  Jones  Keane. Baines
         Gana.  Wiltshere
Walcott.    Sigurdsson.  Bolasie

March 16, 2018, 10:17:27 AM
Reply #3


It's Wilshere ye melts

I'll lose my shit if we sign him

I'm not having Walcott too by the way

Who's next? Aaron fucking Ramsey?

Had a wiltshere Ham and egg baguette with mustard, so nice. I will call him Wiltshere.

Walcott is our best winger for me, has goals in him too and can play upfront.

Aaron Ramsey is a goal scoring central midfielder we all wanted Klaassen to be and at the prime of his career. He is playing alongside Ozil at the moment, see the player alongside the Welsh national team and he might appeal to you.

Piennar and Arteta are two players who were not doing so well at their previous clubs and ended up being pivotal for us and the way we played. I donít agree with Walsh but see the logic in Wilshere and Walcott.