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October 23, 2017, 11:07:36 PM
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Really, really fear for the long term with Everton.

There's a lot more wrong at the club than just ham-hock face. I'm glad to see the back of the graceless twat but I'm worried.

The way Moshiri deals with us and the seeming reluctance to change the people dealing with the tranfers is massively worrying. I fear that if the next appointment isn't the right fit we could find ourselves in Sunderland style trouble in the next few years.


October 24, 2017, 06:12:33 AM
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Really?? Are you serious?

I am. I just get the feeling that there’s something massively off with the performances under the last two managers. The players seem far to happy to throw in the towel at a moment’s notice. There’s no way our players aren’t good enough, there’s an air of unprofessionalism around the whole club.

October 24, 2017, 11:20:39 PM
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Loads of word that Koeman was a complete control freak around FF.

He and his cronies having to be first sat down for lunch etc. Not surprising to hear.


October 24, 2017, 11:22:33 PM
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His treatment of Barkley has been nothing but fine as far as we know. He wanted him to sign, and he wanted him to play.

As for niasse. Niasse isn't good, guys. He was told that and put on the U 23's and told that they would try to get a deal for him to play elsewhere, which eventually they did.

Tell me why this is so "terrible"? It's football. It's professional football.

I'm not a koeman fan, but let's just stick to facts. He sucked as a manager, and helped screw up a major transfer window.

Niasse is as good an option as any of the other strikers we have on the books and has 3 league goals after only playing in 4 games and starting 1. He's not as bad as we all originally thought and should of been in contention all season long.

October 26, 2017, 05:51:32 AM
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“I had Olivier Giroud in the building,” Koeman added. “He would have fitted perfectly, but at the very last moment he decided that he’d rather live in London and stay at Arsenal.

“That was really hard to swallow. You tell me, where you can get a better striker? Lukaku was so important for us, not just because of his goals. He had a certain way of playing as a striker – strong.

“He could hold the ball, he always had an eye for the goal, he was fast. If things were not going well in a game, if we could not play the way we were used to, there was always the option to use the long ball towards him.

“All of a sudden [after Giroud’s decision], we were missing such a player. With Nikola Vlasic and Wayne Rooney, we had attackers who want the ball at their feet.

“When you are struggling as a team with the build-up from the back, and we no longer had the option to kick it long, you know you have a problem.”

October 26, 2017, 05:54:37 AM
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“Last Thursday, after our defeat to Lyon in the Europa League, I knew it was crisis time," Koeman told Dutch football magazine VI . "I am not daft, I know how the football world operates.

"I could figure out how things could go. I was sure I would be on the bench against Arsenal on Sunday. But another defeat against Arsenal and I could see that anything would happen.

"And if things did not improve in those last games, I had worked out what would happen.

"Maybe there was a chance to coach against Chelsea in the EFL Cup and maybe I would be able to do Leicester City away and Watford just before the international break."


October 26, 2017, 06:19:19 AM
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'I was on holiday when I received the Premier League fixture list by e-mail.

'I looked at it and saw that five of our first nine games would be against clubs from last season's top six: Chelsea, Tottenham, Man City, Man United and Arsenal.

'I looked at it again and I said to myself, ''Phew!'

'That is not going to be an easy run, in particular with a Europa League run at the same time and a really early start with all the players because of the European games. And most of all, because I had lost my striker Lukaku.'


Ronald mate he's left us, get over it man.