August 21, 2018, 11:15:16 PM

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The best signing since Walsh was appointed Director of Football

£900k - Stekelenburg
0 (0%)
£7.5m -  Gueye
50 (49%)
£12.6m - Williams
0 (0%)
£26m - Bolasie
0 (0%)
£1.6m - Calvert-Lewin
5 (4.9%)
£8m - Lookman
1 (1%)
£20m - Schneiderlin
0 (0%)
£25m - Pickford
35 (34.3%)
£24m - Klaassen
1 (1%)
£7m - Onyekuru
2 (2%)
£25m - Keane
0 (0%)
£5m - Ramirez
0 (0%)
Free - Rooney
3 (2.9%)
Free - Martina
1 (1%)
£45m - Sigurdsson
1 (1%)
£10m - Vlasic
1 (1%)
£20m - Tosun
0 (0%)
£20m - Walcott
2 (2%)

Total Members Voted: 102

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January 27, 2018, 03:12:21 PM
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blue slug


We have spent very poorly really


January 27, 2018, 03:13:42 PM
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blue slug


It’s not helped by the fact we’ve brought so many players in such a short space of time and they’ve had to play under 3 different managers who play turgid shite football

January 27, 2018, 04:17:55 PM
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Ridge


Don't mean to be pedantic but Stekelenburg was bought before Walsh came in but just after Koeman signed.

This is correct, I'm glad someone spotted this deliberate mistake.  :whistle:

Also applies to youngsters Sambou & Renshaw.


January 27, 2018, 10:18:53 PM
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BlueForYou


Pickford/Rooney, Gueye & Vlasic
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January 28, 2018, 02:31:24 AM
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montanatoffeefan


Simple question, just wondered who people thought was best signing, since Walsh arrived.

Have not included U23s, as none have featured in first team.

Sambou, Renshaw, Markelo, Mathis, Gibson, Bowler, Adeniran, Donkor

Pretty grim lot of players, with something like a £250m price tag.

Which makes it damn near impossible to muster the enthusiasm to go through it a few times and pick out the few pieces of corn in the pile of shit that a dog or Brighton might be interested in.

I knew we hadn't fared very well in the market since Moyes' heyday, but didn't realize just how horrible we'd done. Just have to hope a few come good yet.
Everton forever.