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February 04, 2018, 02:42:20 AM
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If he says "Setup like Swansea" one more time...

February 04, 2018, 04:19:57 AM
Reply #1


Allardyce was asked whether Ademola Lookman, who scored on Saturday for RB Leipzig after joining on loan, could have had an impact.

"No, we've got £20m Theo Walcott and £30m Yannick Bolasie and if you'd put him out there he wouldn't have done any better than the rest because the whole team played crap," he responded.

Fuck me, to think we paid so much for Bolasie.

The more I hear from Shithouse Sam, the more I despise everything he stands for.

February 04, 2018, 04:35:39 AM
Reply #3


"The whole team played crap!"

😂 He is so fucking unprofessional!

He's like the manager of a pub team getting pissed in the clubhouse after the game

I find it quite sad.

I'm not saying the previous managers were saints but at least they knew how to conduct themselves with a great degree of professionalism in front of the media.

I used to take great pride in Everton - at least on the face of it - conducting itself with great dignity especially in relation to other clubs. But since the new investment has come in I feel we've lost a lot of that, people like Moshiri and Allardyce certainly haven't helped the club's image.

February 04, 2018, 05:00:39 AM
Reply #4


Donít get me wrong Iím not trying to defend allardyce but reading through all the opinions the players are getting away with murder.

Gang of shithouse bottlers who constantly underperform.

Tactics and selection go so far but damn right desire and determination are sorely lacking with this bunch of cunts

Yeah there are quite a few players who don't understand or probably don't even give a shit about the importance of playing for Everton. I've pretty much had it with Schneiderlin, I don't know what the hell is going on with him, he looked good this time last year but now he really needs time away from the first team.

At the same time, while I agree the players should take more responsibility, it doesn't help that some of the managers we've had this season have insisted on rotating large chunks of the team after every game so few of them know their value or purpose in the team. It also doesn't help when a manager approaches a game so negatively, we used to criticise David Moyes for his inferior mentality towards clubs at the top end of the table but Sam Allardyce has taken it completely to a new level.

If the manager doesn't encourage a winning mentality but rather encourages a drawing mentality or even a narrow defeat mentality then you are going to end up with a team of losers.

February 04, 2018, 09:49:38 PM
Reply #5


I miss Martinez. I really do. People just needed some patience.

We were patient for 2 years, Martinez went in a direction with a philosophy which he just could not implement properly at all. The last couple of months showed he lost control and some of his press conferences were very uncomfortable to the point he mentioned we had not spent money during his time as boss despite paying £28m for Lukaku and Niasse's transfer was seen as a huge investment.

As bad as Koeman and Allardyce have ultimately been as Everton managers, I doubt we would have been better off keeping Martinez.