December 18, 2018, 05:22:57 PM

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The Everton Forum / Re: Everton v Tottenham
« Last post by Lxxx on 7 minutes ago »
An entertaining defeat is on the cards here. Spurs will come to play which will suit us and then it'll come down to how much quality the respective teams have. We'll create chances but so will they and I think it'll be settled on who takes their opportunities, which will see us coming up short. A recurring theme against the better sides.   
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The Everton Forum / Re: What striker do we go for?
« Last post by TheRam on 38 minutes ago »
Dzeko on an 18 month deal.
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General Football Chat / Re: 2017/18 manager-go-round
« Last post by Ramjam on 39 minutes ago »
Wenger
Rodgers
Martinez
Southgate
Giggs

Some proper big names to pick from  :whistle:
Lol if they went with Rogers and won the league next year can you imagine the fume
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General Football Chat / Re: 2017/18 manager-go-round
« Last post by TheRam on 40 minutes ago »
Zidane or blanc the obvious contenders.

Something about Zidane managing Manchester United that just feels right.
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General Football Chat / Re: 2017/18 manager-go-round
« Last post by Cereal Killer on 41 minutes ago »
I canít think of any other realistic targets for them other than perhaps Zidane

Wenger
Rodgers
Martinez
Southgate
Giggs

Some proper big names to pick from  :whistle:
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General Football Chat / Re: 2017/18 manager-go-round
« Last post by Cozzie on 43 minutes ago »
He still managed to spend nearly £400m. That's the problem with Mourinho, he won't develop young players so you need big pockets for him be manager as he wants to buy already established players.

Woodward's reign's been a mess on the pitch though, it's all very well tying up big sponsorship deals but if the club's not doing it on the pitch then those deals will soon dry up. No matter what you think of Moyes he was let down badly by Woodward and it's been a bit of a mess ever since even with a couple of early trophies for Mourinho, Woodward needs to take a big part of the responsibility.

Hugely.

Neville even said himself for years loads of teams outspent United but their structure was more in tuned to win.

Still, the pochetino shouts make sense as he would still do better with that group of players than Mourinho ever did because he is a better player coach.

The whole backroom staff have been a shambles though since Ferguson left. It's a massive part of why it's going wrong there IMO.
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General Football Chat / Re: 2017/18 manager-go-round
« Last post by Ramjam on 43 minutes ago »
Odd to say, but who could they get to now? Poch would be mad to go there.
I canít think of any other realistic targets for them other than perhaps Zidane
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General Football Chat / Re: 2017/18 manager-go-round
« Last post by School of Science on 47 minutes ago »
I'd love a short list of:
Allardyce
Roy Keane
Mark Hughes
And failing that Jurgen Klopp.....or maybe they might want to win trophies..

Available immediately, won't mind a short term contract with a fat cheque, and will probably
believe they can do enough to get a longer deal  lolol
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General Football Chat / Re: 2017/18 manager-go-round
« Last post by Macca77 on 48 minutes ago »
Odd to say, but who could they get to now? Poch would be mad to go there.
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General Football Chat / Re: 2017/18 manager-go-round
« Last post by School of Science on 49 minutes ago »
Not really interested in Man United or their managerial problems as long as our manager Silva, is not brought into the equation in any way. These big managerial decisions, tend to have a knock on effect throughout and I am a big fan of ours.
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