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October 06, 2020, 05:37:24 PM
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Thatís £85 k off the wage bill as he went on a free providing they pick up 100% of his wages, good deal.
Besic could still go to the championship for the next 14 days, difficult to shift Tosun whilst outcome of his surgery still not known.

Yep he went on a free, and we probably paid him off for half of the rest of his contract or something along those lines.


October 06, 2020, 06:46:57 PM
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PlayerWage   Annual Saving
Schneiderlin£100k   £5.2m
Walcott   £50k^   £2.6m^
Sandro   £65k*   £3.38m
Baines£65k   £3.38m
Niasse£55k   £2.86m
Martina£35k   £1.82m
Dowell£15k   £0.78m
Kean£53k   £2.756m
Garbutt£28k   £1.456m
Stekelenburg£30k   £1.56m
Totals£496k   £25.792m

*Higher figures quoted elsewhere include performance and appearance payments. This is guaranteed minimum
^ 50% figure due to loan agreement

PlayerWage   Annual Spend
James£90k   £4.68m
Allan   £70k   £3.64m
Doucoure   £75k   £3.9m
Nkounkou£20k   £1.04m
OlsenTBC   TBC
GodfreyTBC   TBC
Totals£255k   £13.26m

Fair to say that Godfrey and Olsen wont be on more than £80k combined?  If so, we have taken £161k a week off our wage bill (£8.37m pa).
With, potentially, up to £105k (£5.46m a year) from Besic & Bolasie still to come. (or, as it'll be loans, 50% of that).

(edited due to @YankeeBlue214 and @Robioto posts and to make everything more precise)

Considering how much stronger our first 11 looks, i feel that is a banging window
« Last Edit: October 06, 2020, 09:15:42 PM by Mick 1995 »

October 06, 2020, 06:55:17 PM
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Undisputed_blue


Pennington to go and Beni needs a loan at least

They need to go on a permanent transfer to save their careers.
« Last Edit: October 06, 2020, 06:58:25 PM by Undisputed_blue »


October 06, 2020, 07:06:59 PM
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PlayerWage   Annual Saving
Schneiderlin£100k   £5.2m
Walcott   £50k^   £2.6m^
Sandro   £65k*   £3.4m
Baines£65k   £3.4m
Niasse£55k   £2.9m
Martina£35k   £1.8m
Dowell£15k   £0.8m
Kean£26.5k^   £1.4m^
Garbutt£28k   £1.4m
Stekelenburg£30k   £1.5m
Totals£469.5k   £24.4m

*Higher figures quoted elsewhere include performance and appearance payments. This is guaranteed minimum
^ 50% figure due to loan agreement

PlayerWage   Annual Saving
James£90k   £4.3m
Allan   £70k   £3.3m
Doucoure   £75k   £3.6m
Nkounkou£20k   £1m
OlsenTBC   TBC
GodfreyTBC   TBC
Totals£255k   £12.2m

Fair to say that Godfrey and Olsen wont be on more than £80k combined?  If so, we have taken £134.5k a week off our wage bill (around £8m pa).
With, potentially, up to £105k (£5.46m a year) from Besic & Bolasie still to come. (or, as it'll be loans, 50% of that).



Considering how much stronger our first 11 looks, i feel that is a banging window

PSG is reportedly paying for 100% of Kean's wages, and why wouldn't they be. That's found-in-the-couch money to them.
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October 06, 2020, 07:16:58 PM
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Yep he went on a free, and we probably paid him off for half of the rest of his contract or something along those lines.

Read in a report that we allowed him to go on a free in return for them picking up all of his wages, I guess that in Spain he would have a market value of about £5 million so not a bad deal for them.

October 06, 2020, 07:45:23 PM
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I know for the purposes of calculation it is correct, but I get angry every time I look and see Baines amongst that list of no-marks.
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October 06, 2020, 08:03:28 PM
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velimski


I know for the purposes of calculation it is correct, but I get angry every time I look and see Baines amongst that list of no-marks.

Yes, but a necessary money saving excercise all the same.

October 06, 2020, 08:14:17 PM
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Yes, but how much is he on to be professional development coach or whatever it's called?
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October 06, 2020, 08:36:02 PM
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NSNO Subscriber
PlayerWage   Annual Saving
Schneiderlin£100k   £5.2m
Walcott   £50k^   £2.6m^
Sandro   £65k*   £3.38m
Baines£65k   £3.38m
Niasse£55k   £2.86m
Martina£35k   £1.82m
Dowell£15k   £0.78m
Kean£53k   £2.756m
Garbutt£28k   £1.456m
Stekelenburg£30k   £1.56m
Totals£496k   £25.792m

*Higher figures quoted elsewhere include performance and appearance payments. This is guaranteed minimum
^ 50% figure due to loan agreement

PlayerWage   Annual Saving
James£90k   £4.68m
Allan   £70k   £3.64m
Doucoure   £75k   £3.9m
Nkounkou£20k   £1.04m
OlsenTBC   TBC
GodfreyTBC   TBC
Totals£255k   £13.26m

Fair to say that Godfrey and Olsen wont be on more than £80k combined?  If so, we have taken £161k a week off our wage bill (£8.37m pa).
With, potentially, up to £105k (£5.46m a year) from Besic & Bolasie still to come. (or, as it'll be loans, 50% of that).

(edited due to @YankeeBlue214 post about Kean and to make everything more precise)

Considering how much stronger our first 11 looks, i feel that is a banging window

Mick, first of all, big time kudos on the formatting! Most people can't embed Twitter properly, and you're over here making columns. lolol

Secondly, I'm a young'un in terms of supporting the Club...so my question for you long-timers is, has there been a better window in Everton's Prem era? Or more impactful in retrospect (since we don't actually know the outcome of this one despite the incredibly promising signs)?
NSNO's CGO. Chief GIF Officer (self-promoted).

October 06, 2020, 08:41:10 PM
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PlayerWage   Annual Saving
Schneiderlin£100k   £5.2m
Walcott   £50k^   £2.6m^
Sandro   £65k*   £3.38m
Baines£65k   £3.38m
Niasse£55k   £2.86m
Martina£35k   £1.82m
Dowell£15k   £0.78m
Kean£53k   £2.756m
Garbutt£28k   £1.456m
Stekelenburg£30k   £1.56m
Totals£496k   £25.792m

*Higher figures quoted elsewhere include performance and appearance payments. This is guaranteed minimum
^ 50% figure due to loan agreement

PlayerWage   Annual Saving
James£90k   £4.68m
Allan   £70k   £3.64m
Doucoure   £75k   £3.9m
Nkounkou£20k   £1.04m
OlsenTBC   TBC
GodfreyTBC   TBC
Totals£255k   £13.26m

Fair to say that Godfrey and Olsen wont be on more than £80k combined?  If so, we have taken £161k a week off our wage bill (£8.37m pa).
With, potentially, up to £105k (£5.46m a year) from Besic & Bolasie still to come. (or, as it'll be loans, 50% of that).

(edited due to @YankeeBlue214 post about Kean and to make everything more precise)

Considering how much stronger our first 11 looks, i feel that is a banging window

Love this, looks good doesn't it?

I'm going to be pedantic here, but in the second table the Annual Saving column should be Annual Spend

October 06, 2020, 08:45:41 PM
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TheRam

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Mick, first of all, big time kudos on the formatting! Most people can't embed Twitter properly, and you're over here making columns. lolol

Secondly, I'm a young'un in terms of supporting the Club...so my question for you long-timers is, has there been a better window in Everton's Prem era? Or more impactful in retrospect (since we don't actually know the outcome of this one despite the incredibly promising signs)?

We had two summer windows on the bounce where we signed Pienaar, Jags, Baines, Lescott, Johnson, Yakubu, howard, and that pretty much set us up for the next six seasons or so as a regular top seven team.

During that period our business in the transfer market was always talked up as one of the best in the league as we managed to challenge near the top of the table on a shoestring budget compared to everyone around us.

Hey there mister can you tell me what happened to the seeds I've sown
Can you give me a reason sir as to why they've never grown

October 06, 2020, 08:49:17 PM
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We had two summer windows on the bounce where we signed Pienaar, Jags, Baines, Lescott, Johnson, Yakubu, howard, and that pretty much set us up for the next six seasons or so as a regular top seven team.

During that period our business in the transfer market was always talked up as one of the best in the league as we managed to challenge near the top of the table on a shoestring budget compared to everyone around us.

Thanks mate.

Ok, I've picked up a LOT over the past year+ of reading you clowns, but I have to ask...I think I got it from context, but for confirmation, what does "on the bounce," and "on the trot" mean?
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October 06, 2020, 08:50:14 PM
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TheRam

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Thanks mate.

Ok, I've picked up a LOT over the past year+ of reading you clowns, but I have to ask...I think I got it from context, but for confirmation, what does "on the bounce," and "on the trot" mean?

Another way of saying "in a row", or "back to back"
Hey there mister can you tell me what happened to the seeds I've sown
Can you give me a reason sir as to why they've never grown

October 06, 2020, 08:53:34 PM
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We had two summer windows on the bounce where we signed Pienaar, Jags, Baines, Lescott, Johnson, Yakubu, howard, and that pretty much set us up for the next six seasons or so as a regular top seven team.

During that period our business in the transfer market was always talked up as one of the best in the league as we managed to challenge near the top of the table on a shoestring budget compared to everyone around us.



Also if you look up Moyes Xgf/a trends his sides were *objectively very good* and should have just been backed that little bit more to push it over the edge.

We've not consistently returned to the levels he set since.
I knew that someday I was going to die, and I knew that before I died, two things would happen to me. That number one; I would regret my entire life, and number two; that I would want to live my life over again.

October 06, 2020, 08:54:00 PM
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Another way of saying "in a row", or "back to back"

Ok cool. So I was about 75% right. I had it in me mind that 'on the bounce' meant after a loss or something.
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