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104 (61.9%)
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64 (38.1%)

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June 03, 2016, 12:31:20 AM
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Zoolander

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Genuinely believe Bon Jovi would be a more competent manager than Martinez is
We'd be living on a prayer with Jon Bon Jovi in charge in my opinion


June 03, 2016, 12:33:24 AM
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We'd be living on a prayer with Jon Bon Jovi in charge in my opinion



@Zoolander is on a bit of a roll. ;D
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June 03, 2016, 12:34:11 AM
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Does Koeman have enough power and pull to keep Lukaku and Stones happy?

Maybe Stones would be, he could learn from one of the best CB of his generation
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June 03, 2016, 12:37:58 AM
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All just comes across as being safe pair of hands as opposed to an exciting appointment which is a bit disappointing given the changes at the top of the club.

Emery sounds like an exciting appointment and I'll be disappointed if we didn't throw everything at him trying to get him before turning back to Koeman.
« Last Edit: June 03, 2016, 02:36:54 AM by Gash »

June 03, 2016, 12:38:06 AM
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Does Koeman have enough power and pull to keep Lukaku and Stones happy?

Maybe Stones would be, he could learn from one of the best CB of his generation
Lukaku is gone
Simply simply lovely

June 03, 2016, 12:39:42 AM
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Zoolander

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Genuine question on Koeman. As I've taken no notice of Southampton.
What's his record of bringing youth through? He's rebuilt Southampton well considering their player sales, and we'll have to see what he's like with spending on bigger targets but I'd like to see some of our youth come through.


June 03, 2016, 12:42:20 AM
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@Zoolander is on a bit of a roll. ;D
It's just all the talk of Emery being the best option boring me...
You could say I'm Emery board




June 03, 2016, 12:45:03 AM
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All just comes across as being safe pair of hands as opposed to an exciting appointment which is a bit disappointing given the changes at the top of the club.

Emery sounds like and exciting appointment and I'll be disappointed if we didn't throw everything at trying to get him before turning back to Koeman.

I definitely think we should be going for Emery first. If he says no though I'm totally on board with Big Ron

I've got a good feeling about our future now that I'm more confident it doesn't involve certain managers!
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June 03, 2016, 12:46:47 AM
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Genuine question on Koeman. As I've taken no notice of Southampton.
What's his record of bringing youth through? He's rebuilt Southampton well considering their player sales, and we'll have to see what he's like with spending on bigger targets but I'd like to see some of our youth come through.

I'm sure he threatened to leave because he refused to play the youngsters because they weren't good enough.

But I think his time in Holland was fruitful in terms of bringing youth through. He did bring Zlatan and that crop of youngsters through.

Actually pienaar too which could be interesting.


June 03, 2016, 12:48:45 AM
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Don't underestimate JBJ. He did wonders managing his eight-year-old daughters team in the Mid Jersey Under 9s League.

You're right, the man can achieve anything. I'm livin on a prayer we get him if not the top 3

Be hard to get him though, he's wanted dead or alive  :thumbsup:
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Ahh.....Boucheenie i presume

June 03, 2016, 12:50:43 AM
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It's just all the talk of Emery being the best option boring me...
You could say I'm Emery board








Oh dear. And it was all going so well :)
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June 03, 2016, 01:07:13 AM
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as in the words of John Challis (Boycie) in Benidorm..
Koeman & Monchi tonight, Koeman AND Monchi
The bird in the pink is back.....

June 03, 2016, 01:09:39 AM
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Evertonian in NC


Lukaku is gone

Think Stones is more certain, but the cold truth is they almost surely both are.  Lukaku might stay only because we don't get a proper buyer.  We certainly will have one for Stones.
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June 03, 2016, 01:15:27 AM
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christiffa25


There going a bit mental on the Southampton forum. Quoting toffee forums left right and center. They can't believe he would leave for us.

Now, don't get me wrong I know they have been the better performing team on the pitch this last couple of years whilst we've had a moron in charge BUT how
the hell they think 2 fucking seasons turns them into some big club is behond me.


June 03, 2016, 01:16:29 AM
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Mayor Farnum


Looks like Koeman was our first choice all along. The Emery link was just rumour fuelled by whom he beat in the EL final.