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Schneiderlin going nowhere

Everton manager Marco Silva says that it would be "impossible" to allow Morgan Schneiderlin to leave the club this summer.

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August 09, 2019, 07:02:32 PM
Reply #1

Dr. Sponge

The lack of CB signing probably scuppered this transfer. If Gbamin covers then Schneiderlin can step in.

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October 26, 2019, 03:04:20 AM
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Didn't want to start a new thread on this bozo so thought I'd paste it here. Enjoy guys


Former Man Utd midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin says he may have 'jumped' ship too quickly

Everton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin says he jumped out of the Manchester United "boat" too quickly.

Schneiderlin played 47 times for United after joining from Southampton for £25m in 2015. He left Old Trafford 18 months later after failing to impress new manager Jose Mourinho, who replaced Louis van Gaal in the summer of 2016.

Schneiderlin says he does not regret joining Everton but on reflection feels he was too hasty in quitting United. "I wanted to do more and I had the capacity to do more," he told BBC Radio 5 Live. "Maybe I jumped out of the boat too quickly when I didn't play for three months. When I look at other players having a great career at Manchester United, they all had a spell of four or five months when they didn't play."

It took Schneiderlin some time to win over the Everton fans, too. Many still feel the 29-year-old's approach to the game is too negative, although manager Marco Silva is a fan given he put Schneiderlin in his starting line-up for six out of nine Premier League games so far.

The France international was banned for one of the other three after picking up a red card at Crystal Palace on 10 August and was ruled out of Saturday's win against West Ham with a hamstring injury. Schneiderlin feels the harsh assessment of his contribution comes from people who do not understand his role.

"That's the perception of people and what they say but I would love to watch a game with them," he said. "If you are in midfield, you are 1-0 down and your team has run after the ball for a minute and I try a long pass and miss it, people might clap because it is an attacking move, but my team-mates might have to for another two minutes to get the ball back. If we are winning 1-0 and I make a short pass that allows the team to breathe, people think it is clever. Some people say I pass square but I don't see it. Look at [Sergio] Busquets at Barcelona. I don't compare myself to him but tell me the passes he does that I don't? Because they win games everyone says he's the cleverest midfielder in football. I don't compare myself to Busquets.

Football is about perception. You can play the same game but it will be analysed differently depending on whether you have won or lost."

October 26, 2019, 03:20:19 AM
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Well I'm sure that will help his image with Everton fans.
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October 26, 2019, 03:22:25 AM
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The Busquets thing is hilarious
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October 26, 2019, 03:25:58 AM
Reply #5


Not said much wrong there tbh.

Been here nearly three years now though and has been shit for the last two and a half. We should have sold him in the summer and making do with him just means we go longer without getting a player that can actually do something significant for us. These sort of players only drag you down.
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October 26, 2019, 03:32:00 AM
Reply #6


So to sum it all up - 'I play short passes to the side when we are losing, and the same when we are winning'.  Yeah we knew that already you muppet!

October 26, 2019, 04:03:21 AM
Reply #7


Not the greatest interview for the lad.

Doesn’t seem to have much self awareness.

October 26, 2019, 04:35:37 AM
Reply #8


Who the fuck came up with the idea he can play CB, he turns like the QE2

October 26, 2019, 04:43:43 AM
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Who the fuck came up with the idea he can play CB, he turns like the QE2
You have to admit though if we had the qe2 in front of our goal we wouldn’t concede much.

The only issue would be  the next half when we switch ends, we wouldn’t be able to drag it down to the other end of the pitch so if we’re going to score, we’d have to do it in the first half. Alternatively we’d constantly be offside.

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October 26, 2019, 03:24:24 PM
Reply #10


Surely Marco means because we have limited options in that position, because I'd cry if he actually thought he was too good to let go... Say it's so Marco?!!

October 26, 2019, 03:53:39 PM
Reply #11


Not a single moment of joy during his tenure...
I still despise Clive Thomas..

October 26, 2019, 04:31:59 PM
Reply #12


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What he says is fine but he isn't performing in his perceived role

October 26, 2019, 08:22:30 PM
Reply #13


What he says is if he tries a long pass upfield it wont get to another everton player and the team will take a few minutes to get the ball back so therefore it's far better to play sideways or backwards and look like a world class midfielder.

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October 26, 2019, 08:31:26 PM
Reply #14


Bizarre thought process from him. You can see why he never passes forward with that approach.