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October 16, 2017, 05:45:03 PM
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The big difference between us an Watford is:

They have 3 decent strikers

We have 0.

Marco Silva is sex on legs

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October 16, 2017, 05:55:15 PM
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Big Marco is well good and he should be near the top of any list of candidates. But is it realistic? Not saying he wouldn't want the job ordinarily but leaving a few months after signing on looks a bit bad.
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October 16, 2017, 06:00:39 PM
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Marco Silva is sex on legs

He does always look like he's just got in from a heavy night at the casino like.
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October 16, 2017, 06:04:38 PM
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What's the obsession with a link to the club about?

Near enough every single success we've had in the last 30 - 40 years (and probably longer)  had been with a manaher who has a link to the club. Can't be the worst idea to see how it goes on an interim basis.
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October 16, 2017, 06:23:39 PM
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Near enough every single success we've had in the last 30 - 40 years (and probably longer)  had been with a manaher who has a link to the club. Can't be the worst idea to see how it goes on an interim basis.

We've not got a great deal to go off have we? Sounds more like sentimental coincidence to me tbh.
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October 16, 2017, 06:28:05 PM
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Near enough every single success we've had in the last 30 - 40 years (and probably longer)  had been with a manaher who has a link to the club. Can't be the worst idea to see how it goes on an interim basis.

yes but their link to the club was winning things as a player and being exceptional at Everton


October 16, 2017, 06:52:14 PM
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I understand the Unsworth shouts now. I would have told you to fuck off if you'd suggested it in the summer though.

The big thing for me though, is that Unsworth seems to be massively successful in the U23's role at the moment which is invaluable to a club like us who don't have money to burn. I'd be really worried about removing him from the U23's and would be very concerned about the next appointment for that area.
    

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October 16, 2017, 07:09:08 PM
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Sounds like a good way to tank unsworths burgeoning reputation
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October 16, 2017, 07:12:43 PM
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Under Moyes we basically never had a right winger. Except Landon Donovan for a few weeks for a couple of years. We did OK. We often played with Osman out there or Arteta, and Pienaar was hardly a flyer. That said I would like to see us try to pay narrow in a 4-4-1-1 with a midfield of Klassen, gana, Schneiderlein and Davies. Then Sigurdsson in the 10 with anyone up front. Or maybe Sigurdsson as one of the two central midfielders with two strikers to look for.

October 16, 2017, 08:26:53 PM
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Under Moyes we basically never had a right winger. Except Landon Donovan for a few weeks for a couple of years. We did OK. We often played with Osman out there or Arteta, and Pienaar was hardly a flyer. That said I would like to see us try to pay narrow in a 4-4-1-1 with a midfield of Klassen, gana, Schneiderlein and Davies. Then Sigurdsson in the 10 with anyone up front. Or maybe Sigurdsson as one of the two central midfielders with two strikers to look for.

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October 16, 2017, 08:28:44 PM
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Under Moyes we basically never had a right winger. Except Landon Donovan for a few weeks for a couple of years. We did OK. We often played with Osman out there or Arteta, and Pienaar was hardly a flyer. That said I would like to see us try to pay narrow in a 4-4-1-1 with a midfield of Klassen, gana, Schneiderlein and Davies. Then Sigurdsson in the 10 with anyone up front. Or maybe Sigurdsson as one of the two central midfielders with two strikers to look for.
Osaman, Pienaar and Arteta didn't need pace to beat a man, they could play wide and still influence the game


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October 16, 2017, 08:56:40 PM
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yes but their link to the club was winning things as a player and being exceptional at Everton

Ye I can see that with Royle and Kendall (although Kendall didnt win much with us as a player)

Catterick didn't win anything as a player.

I just think for the past 2 managers have been picked because of their relative success in England or abroad. (RM even said he got the job based alot on his FA Cup win).
Maybe a change of direction is what's needed.

Keeping Koeman whilst we wait to have a replacement lined up may be more detrimental than just getting rid of him now and sticking one of the other guys in on an interim until we find a replacement.
I just can't see how keeping him at the helm will benefit us at all.
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October 16, 2017, 09:08:33 PM
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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.

We wont get Tuchel. Why? Because he is to good of a name.

He actually has a philosophy - Koeman doesnt. He has discipline.

Throw out Walsh at the same time.

October 16, 2017, 09:16:00 PM
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We wont get Tuchel. Why? Because he is to good of a name.

He actually has a philosophy - Koeman doesnt. He has discipline.

Throw out Walsh at the same time.

They said on I think guardian or ac jimbo pod that he's turned down jobs 'below the top 6' and sees himself ready for a crack with a top club in England apparently.

Worth sounding out but I think we're out of luck there.
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October 16, 2017, 09:42:07 PM
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2020 onwards: With a new ground, big money to spend, the big time beckons for a brand new ambitious era  - Simeone

2019: Koeman's contract expires and so does Silva's - neat and tidy; no compensation

2018: Rodgers is on a one year rolling contract - 45, with unfinished business on Merseyside and has never lost a derby

2017: Random instant replacement: Heimir Hallgrimsson - would at least keep our record signing happy

Dyche and Howe will gain a few shouts - understandable

Ex Everton players: Hughes always seems to do a good job and Bilic is a decent manager

From within the club: Unsworth, Ferguson and Ebbrell - all ex team-mates







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