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December 24, 2017, 05:41:42 PM
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So who is this incredible, young, exciting, attack-minded, manager who also "gets" Everton that's going to shake up the Premier League?


December 24, 2017, 05:43:29 PM
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So who is this incredible, young, exciting, attack-minded, manager who also "gets" Everton that's going to shake up the Premier League?

Franny Jeffers
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December 24, 2017, 05:47:43 PM
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You've missed my posts where I say we played attacking football but got webbed under him then. I find it quite strange that you would purposely ignore that post which was among the others you've clearly read.

I didn't see that post to be honest (and scrolling back still can't find it) but I think it's fair to say you've cut Martinez more slack than he was really due. Not got a problem with it as it's your perogative and we're all entitled to our opinion but I just find you writing off Allardyce so early in his tenure strange, as he should be given a fair crack of the whip to show what he can do. Once he's rebuilt our shattered confidence and moulded the squad to one he thinks can bring us more progressive football.   


December 24, 2017, 05:49:28 PM
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We say thanks and get someone in who can get us higher more frequently. Moyes had us to fourth once.



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December 24, 2017, 05:50:30 PM
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What happens if we win the league?

my cock falls off

December 24, 2017, 05:50:51 PM
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Simon Paul

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So who is this incredible, young, exciting, attack-minded, manager who also "gets" Everton that's going to shake up the Premier League?

Bobby Robson


December 24, 2017, 05:51:24 PM
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December 24, 2017, 05:52:08 PM
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Yeah thought as much.

To be honest, after the mess I've made with the previous four managerial appointments, would you trust me again?

December 24, 2017, 05:57:03 PM
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We say thanks and get someone in who can get us higher more frequently. Moyes had us to fourth once.

We struggle finding someone who can get us to 7th.
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December 24, 2017, 05:58:14 PM
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Agreed and neither do I have that fixation. I believe that the best way for us to be a successful team, long term, is to be able to play football and control games and periods in games. Hoofball will get us to 7th fairly easily every season, but it's very unlikely to take us any higher than that (imo).


Allardyce should be aiming for an Atlético style ultimately.

We’ve shown we can score decent goals so it’s a question of getting that out more often.

Whatever style though you need players who keep the ball in the final third; which we still lack in numbers.

December 24, 2017, 06:03:47 PM
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So who is this incredible, young, exciting, attack-minded, manager who also "gets" Everton that's going to shake up the Premier League?

It's silva obviously. No fee when they sack him and he's pretty

December 24, 2017, 06:17:11 PM
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Allardyce should be aiming for an Atlético style ultimately.

We’ve shown we can score decent goals so it’s a question of getting that out more often.

Whatever style though you need players who keep the ball in the final third; which we still lack in numbers.

Which is strange as Rooney and Sig are both very gifted technically and DCL has a great first touch but we can't keep hold of the ball for more than a few seconds in and around the business end of the pitch. Bolasie's return, whilst offering more going forwards, ultimately brings more unpredictability to our play as well. 

December 24, 2017, 06:21:56 PM
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Which is strange as Rooney and Sig are both very gifted technically and DCL has a great first touch but we can't keep hold of the ball for more than a few seconds in and around the business end of the pitch. Bolasie's return, whilst offering more going forwards, ultimately brings more unpredictability to our play as well. 

Is rooney technically gifted (and consistent) now. Pretty much every match thread has a good 30 minutes complaining about his passing

DCL is not a good premier league player currently either. His hold up play is very erratic

Bolaise while unpredictable will stretch teams and give space for others to play in. A quality target man will be the midfield up the pitch. Need a ball carrying playmaker too. Need Coleman back cos as good as JJK has been he's not got the same attacking threat

We'll be a much better team when this next window ends

December 24, 2017, 06:27:49 PM
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It's silva obviously. No fee when they sack him and he's pretty
Pretty shite at the moment...but trendy
I still despise Clive Thomas..

December 24, 2017, 06:27:56 PM
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Is rooney technically gifted (and consistent) now. Pretty much every match thread has a good 30 minutes complaining about his passing

DCL is not a good premier league player currently either. His hold up play is very erratic

Bolaise while unpredictable will stretch teams and give space for others to play in. A quality target man will be the midfield up the pitch. Need a ball carrying playmaker too. Need Coleman back cos as good as JJK has been he's not got the same attacking threat

We'll be a much better team when this next window ends

Rooney's periods of slackness are due to lapses in concentration, not because he's suddently forgotten everything that made him one of the most gifted players of his generation.