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January 22, 2018, 08:09:07 AM
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I think it's down to confidence, personally. Seems to be well and truly on its arse.


January 30, 2018, 06:59:56 AM
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You know what, if I was a player bought in by a manager who believed in me, looked after me, pushed me, got the best out of me... then saw that manager replaced by Sam Allardyce, I'd be a bit fucking jaded too. Yes he was badly out of form at the start of the season, but that happens to every player. The 'Everton project' he was sold when we signed him has vastly changed. Anyone in the same position would be questioning their position, which in turn will affect performances, it's human nature.

January 30, 2018, 09:58:39 AM
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Get your point however heís getting paid £120,000 per week to play his bollocks off which he isnít doing and whatever is going on within the club at board level is none of his business and if heís worried about Koeman, he shouldnít be, Everton bought him and pays his wages not Koeman. I do understand what you say about the project that was sold to him but heís part of the problem that isnít working within that project so he should probably have more of a go and try to put his stamp on the team as a senior player and lead by example as I do believe that there is a player in there somewhere

Naive to think that players aren't affected by exactly the same work place stresses that impact us all, regardless of how much they earn.


January 30, 2018, 06:31:38 PM
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Or you just get on with it and try to impress the new manager?

The fact he's threw the towel in as soon as things started not to go well vindicates a decision to get rid asap, if we do.

I never said he shouldn't, I'm only saying that I can appreciate how a player might feel jaded by the scenario. And that can manifest into any reaction.

January 30, 2018, 06:32:52 PM
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But these are professional sportsmen, itís not like a normal job.
Most other footballers seem to cope with changes of manager okay, the fact his arse has fallen out means heís soft and not one who can be relied upon so get rid.

Maybe so, who knows. It's very easy to look past the human element, though.

January 31, 2018, 04:58:33 AM
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going to boo him every time he touches the ball tomorrow night.

You're a bad tit, you know that?