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October 17, 2017, 12:32:22 AM
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played there for England while he was with us.  the reason given was that he played on the right for Everton more often than not.
We didn't set up as that tho, he just drifted that way I think, my memories shot tho


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October 17, 2017, 12:39:39 AM
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Simon Paul

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We didn't set up as that tho, he just drifted that way I think, my memories shot tho

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2008/sep/20/fulham.premierleague

"The problem came down to wanting to play in my best position and the fact I was either out of the team or stuck on the right wing, in a position I didn't like."

October 17, 2017, 12:44:34 AM
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This will be the time where we'll find out if Moshiri is just in this to take us to our post-stadium near future which will hopefully give him a rather nice return on his investment or if he is genuinely ambitious. Whenever he opens his mouth I must admit I'm dubious as he seems to say the all the wrong things when he talks about football but what he's doing on the business side looks promising.

Does he cut his losses on about £10m and wave goodbye to Koeman in order to hopefully move forward quickly on the pitch or does he try and ride it out until it gets to the point of no return.


October 17, 2017, 12:47:41 AM
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Yes that's what I mean. I think Davies and Klaasen could do that now.

Either way - our options out width are shit. Why would Koeman, who had so much success with Mane, decide he didnít want a strong, pacey, wide forward? Maybe Walsh just didnít get him one or it was supposed to be Sandro?

October 17, 2017, 12:51:07 AM
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This will be the time where we'll find out if Moshiri is just in this to take us to our post-stadium near future which will hopefully give him a rather nice return on his investment or if he is genuinely ambitious. Whenever he opens his mouth I must admit I'm dubious as he seems to say the all the wrong things when he talks about football but what he's doing on the business side looks promising.

Does he cut his losses on about £10m and wave goodbye to Koeman in order to hopefully move forward quickly on the pitch or does he try and ride it out until it gets to the point of no return.

Does Walsh have any say in this? In other countries the DoF does the hiring and firing. Or is he just a glorified chief scout?

October 17, 2017, 01:01:23 AM
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Does Walsh have any say in this? In other countries the DoF does the hiring and firing. Or is he just a glorified chief scout?

glorified chief scout

not even that glorified, what with some at the club - at board level - referring to him as being "like an old woman"


October 17, 2017, 01:14:23 AM
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October 17, 2017, 01:22:47 AM
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Koeman has got to go or we will be in a relegation battle I really believe that, i don't think he can reverse this negativety and lack of confidence as I think he's lost the dressing room, I know a lot of you will think I'm wrong and being ott but it's honestly what I think

October 17, 2017, 02:25:17 AM
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Just looked at the runners and riders if RK gets the tin tack. After looking I say give him till at least Christmas.

October 17, 2017, 02:43:01 PM
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Absolutely - and if you take in his 3 seasons PL record, you'd hire that man tomorrow
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October 17, 2017, 03:25:44 PM
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It's getting harder not to become critical of him. I had to bite my tongue when Martinez started to get things so disastrously wrong. It's starting to get pretty difficult to hold back the tide with Koeman. The only reason I'm still on board with him, ("only just".) Is the very difficult fixtures we've had thus far. Watching us on Sunday was concerning, even though a couple of the youngsters gave some sense of hope things could be turned around. We've also played some pretty average teams and not done too well either. The next few weeks are going to be pretty crucial as to whether I can give it my personal support for him to stay. It's still too early to judge, but I didn't enjoy what was served up at Brighton on Sunday.
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October 17, 2017, 04:09:54 PM
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Iím really not arsed anymore. Whoever comes in will have the same problem. January will only help fix it by buying players for the positions we need. By then it would probably be too late as who would want to join a bottom five club out of Europe?

For all the positive summer we had Jamie Charagher was right. We didnít buy wisely.
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October 17, 2017, 04:22:06 PM
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glorified chief scout

not even that glorified, what with some at the club - at board level - referring to him as being "like an old woman"

I can well see that being the case. The more I see of Moshiri I think he needs to appoint a proper football man to advise him. He's clearly great at securing funding for large projects and keeping a tight rein on finances but I think he needs someone to tell him to keep his mouth shut in public and to let football people get on with making football decisions.

Steve Walsh was only ever a scout, an experienced one mind you but a scout none the less. In my view we need to be appointing someone with bags of experience at the top level in that position. The past generation was one where there wasn't plenty of money sloshing around so a lot of that era would probably bite your hand off for a well paid job at Everton Football Club, giving us the benefit of their experience.

October 17, 2017, 06:44:21 PM
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glorified chief scout

not even that glorified, what with some at the club - at board level - referring to him as being "like an old woman"

Too many cooks and all that...
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October 17, 2017, 06:47:26 PM
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lol umpteen times this season,. Rooney and Siggy have occupied the same space.. we still have no central striker.. and the only one we have we play on the left wing LOL at koeman.

1/3 on now to come second in the sack race.
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& Unsworth kicking ass.