February 24, 2018, 06:36:54 PM

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The Everton Forum / Re: The u23 thread
« Last post by Shogun on 2 minutes ago »
On Dowell, it wonít help that heís playing Iím a dreadful team
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The Everton Forum / Re: The big man, the boss; Big Sam
« Last post by Mayor Farnum on 3 minutes ago »
If thatís just how football works how did Leicester win the league the year before last?

I don't know but to be fair I don't think they know themselves. We'll get through a few managers in the next few years if we sack them each time they finish outside the top six.
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The Everton Forum / Re: The big man, the boss; Big Sam
« Last post by Ross on 7 minutes ago »
I know. Fuckin' Allardyce. We've bought all the players the top six didn't want and the rest can't afford an all he looks capable of doing is finishing seventh.

If thatís just how football works how did Leicester win the league the year before last?
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The Everton Forum / Re: The big man, the boss; Big Sam
« Last post by Mayor Farnum on 18 minutes ago »
Just watched the prematch interview and his answers are of a man who is perfectly happy with mediocrity ,happy to win one of six away games ,happy to finish seventh ,happy to lose to Arsenal and Spurs ,what the board think is only for them to know but if they are happy with him ,we are fucked .Will we go down no but we probably wouldn't have anyway ,the oaf is basking in the glory of being Everton's manager but never says anything that portrays a fondness for the club . Cannot wait to see the end of him.
I know. Fuckin' Allardyce. We've bought all the players the top six didn't want and the rest can't afford an all he looks capable of doing is finishing seventh.
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The Everton Forum / Re: The u23 thread
« Last post by Jimmywhack on 25 minutes ago »
Three one down at the minute
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The Everton Forum / Re: Watford v Everton
« Last post by Jimmywhack on 33 minutes ago »
Genuinely didn't realise how much our role in the Silva saga affected them.

 http://wfcforums.com/index.php?threads/watford-fc-v-everton-24-02-18.54213/

Embarrassing.
Ha ha that's brilliant
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The Everton Forum / Re: Watford v Everton
« Last post by sam of the south on 38 minutes ago »
Team for today *dreams*


               Pickford
          Holgate Williams
Coleman                Baines
        Gueye    Davies
               Klaassen

Walcott      Tosun     Siggy

*edit.. if Sam's going to stick to a consistent team the next few games, i'd like Vlasic, to play in Davies's position,.. We all know What Dacies offers.. we havent seen enough of Vlasic to see what he can do for us.. I  love Davies.. but we need to sort out our team for next season.

Bro, dreaming of Williams being on the teamsheet is like dreaming of being puched repeatedly in the face
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The Everton Forum / Re: [News]Bramley Moore Dock update
« Last post by Mick 1995 on 43 minutes ago »
When Liverpool's new owners came in, part of the talk was that they wanted to make a 60k seater stadium.
Phase one was the main stand & slight remodel of the Kop. That made capacity 54, 074.
Phase two was the Annie road and that detailed work beginning September 2019 to add an extra 6000 general admission seats.

They have been a bit vague with phase two. 6k seats would bring it up to 60,074. But they used the phrase 6000 'general admission' seats. So it's safe to assume more corp' seats on top.
So from 60,100 anywhere up to 61k


It would be madness for us to aim for that.
We can build a 50k-55k that has easily and readily available routes to expand - that are BUILT IN to the current planning permission. An 'legal option' if you'd like.

Meiss has, thankfully, elaborated on his 61,878 tweet by saying size of crowd is not the most important aspect of creating atmosphere. Closeness to the pitch, elevation and gradient of stands etc are. He actually used the phrase "bigger is not always better".

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The Everton Forum / Re: [News]Bramley Moore Dock update
« Last post by Makis on 45 minutes ago »
Making the stadium too big makes no financial sense. It might never pay back the investment and the atmosphere might suffer.
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The Everton Forum / Re: The big man, the boss; Big Sam
« Last post by Shropshire Blue on 54 minutes ago »
Just watched the prematch interview and his answers are of a man who is perfectly happy with mediocrity ,happy to win one of six away games ,happy to finish seventh ,happy to lose to Arsenal and Spurs ,what the board think is only for them to know but if they are happy with him ,we are fucked .Will we go down no but we probably wouldn't have anyway ,the oaf is basking in the glory of being Everton's manager but never says anything that portrays a fondness for the club . Cannot wait to see the end of him.
To be fair he's been plain that the first task is to avoid relegation and he's entitled to feel happy when he reaches that milestone. Nowhere has he said that reaching that point is the end product, once achieved then the club can start building for next season is what he says.
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