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October 15, 2017, 11:22:10 PM
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Totally agree on Koeman.

One thing this flags up is how ridiculous it was that you didn't call for Martinez to be fired. That 4-0 derby at Anfield with 37 shots at our goal. What were you thinking?

At that time I think we suffered from, and still do to a certain extent, Moyesitis. A condition where you continue flogging a dead horse and don't know when enough is enough. The Moyes years appear to have conditioned us into thinking a manager is not just for Christmas, it is for life. (Sorry maybe that's a dog). Anyway you know what I mean, we are not a club used to changing managers and we are therefore prepared to give too many chances when the warning signs are there and clear for all to see.

I have to add Man Utd were in a similar situation post Ferguson but they weren't long about getting rid of both Moyes and their Dutch disaster.

October 18, 2017, 06:00:59 PM
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Just had a look at Ron's record over the last couple of years. Spot the pattern.

In the 2015/16 season at Southampton he went through a twelve match sequence between Nov 15 and Jan 16 where he won just two games, drew one, and lost nine, including getting knocked out of the FA cup at home to C Palace, and getting hammered 6-1 at home by the shite in the League cup. He turned it around and they qualified for Europe.

In the 2016/17 season he went through a similar eleven/ twelve match sequence between Sept and Dec, where he only won two games, and drew, or lost the rest, including a defeat to Norwich in the League cup. He also turned this around and we qualified for Europe.

Already this season, in the last eleven matches, we have only won two. We have not exited any of the cups yet. Do I want him to also turn this around? No I want him out to fuck. Someone else can turn this one, although personally I think our season is fucked already and it is only Oct because we can't do anything about the debacle of transfers til Jan

October 19, 2017, 03:15:54 PM
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Another first for Everton:

First woman manager - Teresa May