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November 29, 2017, 10:21:44 PM
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eugene


Ffs what do you all want? We are in deep shit leaderless and full of lazy fuckers who
Think their shit don’t stink, this is what’s needed, hope he goes into finch farm tomorrow
And tells this rabble there fortunes. I’m made up to now have a manager with bollocks and for that reason I’m IN end of


November 29, 2017, 10:25:21 PM
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Jimmywhack

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Ffs what do you all want? We are in deep shit leaderless and full of lazy fuckers who
Think their shit don't stink, this is what's needed, hope he goes into finch farm tomorrow
And tells this rabble there fortunes. I'm made up to now have a manager with bollocks and for that reason I'm IN end of
I'm made up to have a manager with a 1.3 pts average per game
Being paid more than most of the managers in the world.
Yaay. I'm excited
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November 29, 2017, 10:29:45 PM
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eugene


I'm made up to have a manager with a 1.3 pts average per game
Being paid more than most of the managers in the world.
Yaay. I'm excited
If he keeps us up I’m all for him I’ve watched some serious shit this season. Make no mistake I don’t want him full stop but some of OUR players are taking us all for mugs! Fuckin bentleys!


November 29, 2017, 10:31:54 PM
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Martip


I'm hoping that Moshiri is just buying himself some time until the summer. Put the club into capable hands, to keep us up while he rethinks his whole approach. This is his first time running a club, and it's likely to take a couple bites of the cherry before he finds a formula that works. Disappointing but we can only fuck with the cock we've got. COYB.

If Sam has a 6 year contract though, Moshiri can fuck off and so can my previous sentence.
We can only fuck with the cock we 've got....brilliant ! :hail:

November 29, 2017, 11:02:15 PM
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Lxxx


I do think he'll ship out players like Schneiderlin and Mirallas. Players who have too high of an opinion of themselves and to be honest are a disgrace to their profession. At the very least he'll hopefully bring in some much needed professionalism back into our setup and he does have a track record of actually organising a football team properly.

November 29, 2017, 11:07:56 PM
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Jimmywhack

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I do think he'll ship out players like Schneiderlin and Mirallas. Players who have too high of an opinion of themselves and to be honest are a disgrace to their profession. At the very least he'll hopefully bring in some much needed professionalism back into our setup and he does have a track record of actually organising a football team properly.
Everyone will and Shoukd have a clean slate. If they work hard for him then so be it.

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November 29, 2017, 11:18:39 PM
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School of Science


If he keeps us up I’m all for him I’ve watched some serious shit this season. Make no mistake I don’t want him full stop but some of OUR players are taking us all for mugs! Fuckin bentleys!

Spot on mate we don't want him but after what I've watched this season, we need him or someone like him. For a short period, some fans have their eyes shut with their hands over their ears. We are a short a miles atm.
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November 29, 2017, 11:52:28 PM
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Alanvideo


Spot on mate we don't want him but after what I've watched this season, we need him or someone like him. For a short period, some fans have their eyes shut with their hands over their ears. We are a short a miles atm.
...........I think I agree with you but I don't understand the last sentence  ???
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November 29, 2017, 11:55:09 PM
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Ell Capitan

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What a false dawn this guy's reign has been so far! 

We were a solid if unspectacular club with good foundations, he's come in, spent a tonne and now we are an absolute shambles of a club.  His staff appointments have been horrendous, Walsh seems to have been a total disaster, Koeman likewise, and now we're faced with Alardyce and Sammy Lee coming in!  We've gone from being 'The People's Club' to appointing a manager 90% of the fan base do not want here, with an assistant 100% of the fan base don't want here.

If you take over a business that's running solidly, even if it's treading water, and within a short period of time it's a mess and performing far worse then there's only one person to blame, the man who took over the business. 

We are a mess, a shambles and I have very little faith in the new stadium coming off if his time in charge has been anything to go by!

Nonsense. We were rapidly falling apart with Martinez as manager and a Chairman that may not have fired him till it was too late.

A chance we'd have been relegated if Moshiri hadn't come along.

November 30, 2017, 12:02:43 AM
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Waltzer


Yup. He was after simeone as well.

And remember everyone making fun of him for that?

Now they're hating him for this appointment.

Lol. Everton fans....we could win a triple and we'd still be angry.  :)
Do you not see the irony in what you've put?
He was after Simeone and appointed Allardyce, that isn't like debating getting Ferrari then ending up with a Lamborghini, it's more like getting a Ford.
The bloke deserves all the abuse he gets

November 30, 2017, 12:03:48 AM
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School of Science


...........I think I agree with you but I don't understand the last sentence  ???

Ha neither do I and I typed it ! Think it meant to say a shambles at the moment. All this hysteria is getting to me, okay I get it he's unpopular, but I feel people are just jumping on the bandwagon here and trying to insult him more than the last poster. Things could not have been allowed to go on the way they were any longer. I don't blame the owners for this, I blame Koeman and Walsh for the state of the team they have left us with.
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November 30, 2017, 12:07:50 AM
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Ross


Nonsense. We were rapidly falling apart with Martinez as manager and a Chairman that may not have fired him till it was too late.

A chance we'd have been relegated if Moshiri hadn't come along.

We’ve just drafted in a “relegation specialist” something we’d never had to do before this fella arrived.
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November 30, 2017, 12:17:12 AM
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Waltzer


Ha neither do I and I typed it ! Think it meant to say a shambles at the moment. All this hysteria is getting to me, okay I get it he's unpopular, but I feel people are just jumping on the bandwagon here and trying to insult him more than the last poster. Things could not have been allowed to go on the way they were any longer. I don't blame the owners for this, I blame Koeman and Walsh for the state of the team they have left us with.
So you don't blame the owners but you blame koeman and Walsh, how does that work? Walsh is still employed by the club and by all accounts this is his work, he's loaded the club with his people and the owners are merely signing the cheques.  You cant exonerate someone who is clearly backing the person you claim to have failed the club!
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November 30, 2017, 12:19:35 AM
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eugene


We've just drafted in a "relegation specialist” something we'd never had to do before this fella arrived.
And good for us the first piece of forward thinking all season! Make no mistake mate we where on a downward spiral to the championship but aren’t we to good to go down? Ffs lets dust ourselves down tighten up and get realistic, the board have done a horses for courses and I’m for it COME ON YOU BLUES

November 30, 2017, 12:21:53 AM
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Ell Capitan

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We’ve just drafted in a “relegation specialist” something we’d never had to do before this fella arrived.

We didn't have to do it now, we've chosen to. We could've chosen to do so if we'd fired Martinez at a time we were flirting with relegation. We were in similarly precarious positions when he was manager. There were points in his second and third season - further into each season than we are now - where a relegation fight looked a possibility. Roberto's grip on the squad was deteriorating, his tactics were increasingly ineffective, the vast majority of fans hated him, his purchases were poor, and we had players - even Baines(!) - in barely concealed rebellion against him. My view is a 4th season under Martinez, without Moshiri's funding, could've spelled disaster. Though, obviously we'll never know what would have happened, so I accept it's just an opinion.