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October 16, 2017, 03:19:21 PM
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Don't know if it's been said before, but Moshiri won't get rid until he's got a replacement lined up.
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October 16, 2017, 03:30:24 PM
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I'm genuinely not sure that a 'big name' replacement will work. Koeman is one of the biggest names in football, and it's gone tits up.
I think Tuchel is out of the question, he's got Chelsea written all over him when Conte gets binned just after Xmas.
I still think someone who has a link to the club and the players will be a much better option. They're not exciting names but Arteta, Unsworth, Ferguson, Stubbs, Royle could give us that stability back, even if it's just on an interim basis until the Xmas or the end of the season.

If not them then Dyche, maybe Howe or even Allardyce! (I can't belive ive just said fuckin Allardyce)



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October 16, 2017, 03:34:37 PM
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I'm genuinely not sure that a 'big name' replacement will work. Koeman is one of the biggest names in football, and it's gone tits up.
I think Tuchel is out of the question, he's got Chelsea written all over him when Conte gets binned just after Xmas.
I still think someone who has a link to the club and the players will be a much better option. They're not exciting names but Arteta, Unsworth, Ferguson, Stubbs, Royle could give us that stability back, even if it's just on an interim basis until the Xmas or the end of the season.

If not them then Dyche, maybe Howe or even Allardyce! (I can't belive ive just said fuckin Allardyce)





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October 16, 2017, 03:36:58 PM
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I'm genuinely not sure that a 'big name' replacement will work. Koeman is one of the biggest names in football, and it's gone tits up.
I think Tuchel is out of the question, he's got Chelsea written all over him when Conte gets binned just after Xmas.
I still think someone who has a link to the club and the players will be a much better option. They're not exciting names but Arteta, Unsworth, Ferguson, Stubbs, Royle could give us that stability back, even if it's just on an interim basis until the Xmas or the end of the season.

If not them then Dyche, maybe Howe or even Allardyce! (I can't belive ive just said fuckin Allardyce)





Yeah I was happy to get partially on board with your Dyche shout, but Allardyce can get fucked.

Ps Koeman is a massive name as a player, not managerially. He's pretty much a journeyman manager who's had a couple of decent spells, and a few shite ones.
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October 16, 2017, 03:51:56 PM
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Yeah I was happy to get partially on board with your Dyche shout, but Allardyce can get fucked.

Ps Koeman is a massive name as a player, not managerially. He's pretty much a journeyman manager who's had a couple of decent spells, and a few shite ones.

I know I can't believe it myself ha. I think it's because if we didnt nick that point yesterday and Leicester win tonight, then we'd be in the relegation zone. The games we've got coming are pretty shit, and we're only 8 or 9 weeks away from Xmas. If we're still there by the end of November then we're in a relegation scrap.

I suppose Tuchel hasn't actually won a thing though, whereas Koeman has.
I kind of just want him gone now, even if we haven't got a replacement identified yet.
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October 16, 2017, 03:56:22 PM
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October 16, 2017, 04:33:10 PM
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David Henens continued existence as an Everton players is rivalling Junior's

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October 16, 2017, 04:34:51 PM
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What's the obsession with a link to the club about?
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October 16, 2017, 04:43:25 PM
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What's the obsession with a link to the club about?

About nsno?

October 16, 2017, 04:53:11 PM
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Nah fuck Dyche. He's alright but he's taken a team which is just about good enough to stay in the league to just about staying in the league. Par for the course and hardly a miracle worker. And he plays one style of football which, while effective for an unfancied side, is horrible to watch and won't work with a team with greater ambitions.

Gotta be much more imaginative than this if we're going to crash the top six.

October 16, 2017, 05:01:46 PM
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Picture doing the rounds that he has the 2nd worst away record in Everton history when looking at the league


Martinez has the 2nd best  :bonk:


In all seriousness though a spirited performance and positive result turned our season around last year after a longer spell than this of absolute dross. Who knows what might happen next Sunday, follow Troy Deeney's lead and get in their faces. That said there doesn't seem to be any urgency to do that anyway

October 16, 2017, 05:16:38 PM
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I just do not understand his lack of a plausible game plan? No davies, no width,playing DCL out of position so that he can include Rooney in the team. Why Gueye and the useless Schneiderlin in the ream together? Lots of calls for big named mangers but I think Unsay and Dunc will turn it around.The U23's beat Citeh away 3-0 the richest club and Academy in the league. U23's 6 wins in a row despite losing some experienced players out on loan. RK needs to take a look at Unsay's game plan. Depressing really...........

October 16, 2017, 05:23:49 PM
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On the basis that something must change for things to improve he has to go purely on that rationale. The players look unmotivated, the shape is anyone's guess, their is no passion, no spark, nothing which might give you an indication that things just need a break and then we'd be up and running.

Steve Walsh deserves a rap across the knuckles for allowing us to go into a new season without a recognised senior striker at the club and only one left back but we need a change so it has to be bye bye Koeman.

October 16, 2017, 05:38:37 PM
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Picture doing the rounds that he has the 2nd worst away record in Everton history when looking at the league


Martinez has the 2nd best  :bonk:


In all seriousness though a spirited performance and positive result turned our season around last year after a longer spell than this of absolute dross. Who knows what might happen next Sunday, follow Troy Deeney's lead and get in their faces. That said there doesn't seem to be any urgency to do that anyway

The big difference between us an Watford is:

They have 3 decent strikers

We have 0.

October 16, 2017, 05:43:18 PM
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The big difference between us an Watford is:

They have 3 decent strikers

We have 0.

Their manager looks like he's pretty decent too. I don't think we can put their appearance in the top 4 solely down to Troy Deeney and some unproven Brazilian lad.