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15 Feb 2019 18:26:42
Does anyone else know what tonyp is on about with the new poss usmanov Rumour or any of the eds. Last I heard about him he was buying ac Milan.

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15 Feb 2019 20:07:04
I don't think he will be coming . this club is FM baby . Simple as that I'm afraid.

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17 Feb 2019 15:15:42
Maybe we will see Usmanov again for help in financing our New Stadium closer to the starting date, never say never.

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20 Feb 2019 21:46:57
When I think of the money both Usmanov and Morishi have it makes me wonder just how big we could get and how far we could go. Remember little old MCFC? Oh well at least dreams are free lol.

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13 Feb 2019 16:49:58
poss usmanov on way hope he brings jose with him.

{Ed025's Note - i hope not tony..

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13 Feb 2019 16:52:36
I’d rather ushmanov not come if that’s the case.

{Ed025's Note - me too cruncher..

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13 Feb 2019 18:33:51
Me to. I don't want him at Everton.

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13 Feb 2019 19:47:36
Why not, our managers only last a season anyway, if we can get ushmanov on board, I will take a hit short term, if we have Usmanov for the long term.

If we get Usmanov could even go for pep, anyway doubt either happening, but I would gladly clean Usmanovs yacht moored near Bramley Moore Dock if it happens.

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13 Feb 2019 19:59:54
Given that he wins leagues and cups, I could forgive him few tantrums for 2-3 years if he put silverware in the cabinet.

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13 Feb 2019 21:43:00
Where have you heard usmanov could be a possability?

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14 Feb 2019 08:31:44
in his dreams, like most of us lol.

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14 Feb 2019 13:58:05
Jose, NEVER, NEVER, NEVER; he is a cheat, a lyer and a has been, no thanks, also a short term manager, no improvement on Silva a ticket to the championship is what Morinhio would bring us.

{Ed033's Note - Did you mean lyre, as in a small harp? :)

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14 Feb 2019 17:14:09
Well he does harp on a bit but I would still have him. He would at least get the ball rolling.

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14 Feb 2019 20:34:02
Can't find the usmanov Rumours anywhere.

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18 Feb 2019 16:25:38
Rumours mourineo looking for France team to manage so we can breath now lol so next rumour can commence now lol.

{Ed002's Note - No he is not. It was a throwaway statement where is was looking at a couple of players as requested by another side.}

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18 Feb 2019 19:16:19
Radical change at board level very important. BK move aside, no influence or advice needed very important. Usmanov involvement would improve our premiership footprint immediately. The rest is obvious.

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10 Feb 2019 00:22:01
I see a lot of people on social media are calling for Moyes to come back, just a question on that 1 - with the current set up we now have at the club with Brands as director of football, surely Davey wouldn't work under that set up would he? As he's used to being his own manager and making his own decisions on players, transfers etc?
Answers on a postcard please.

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10 Feb 2019 09:55:51
He would crawl over broken glass to work at the club again given the financial support the club now offers in comparison to how it was for most of gis tenure. Not saying I would or wouldn’t have him though. I’m torn on the idea.

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10 Feb 2019 10:58:47
Moyes time has come and gone if we do sack Marco then we need the get next appointment right but personally I think Marcos going to get time whether right I am not sure if he would just would ditch zonal marking in my opinion are set piece defending would improve dramatically.

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10 Feb 2019 10:59:40
All this nonsense about moyes coming back has made me sign up.
Can people honestly say they want him back?
Silva having a tough time of it and results are shocking but to honestly say you want moyes back is crazy.
He did well with what he had when with us but never took us any further, his mentality against the big teams always held us back.
He left for Man U and was disrespectful to us when he left and then tried to get our players in the cheap. He then failed miserabley there even with financial backing.
He failed at Sunderland he failed in Spain
Modern football and management has moved on and He is out of touch with modern football
Why anyone thinks his appointment would be a good one is beyond me.

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10 Feb 2019 07:58:34
I think people are just at the stage now where they take anything to get out of this nightmare that Silva and Moshiri are serving up. Gio van Bronkhorst is leaving Feyernoord this year and I think this is the sort of manager we should be looking at, he has done fairly well with Feyernoord and am sure he could work well with Brands. Do any of the eds know if this could be possible or if he is already tied up to a new club?

{Ed002's Note - I would not hold your breath about van Bronckhorst joining Everton. And only a few days ago everyone here was telling me Silva will be manager for the long term.}

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10 Feb 2019 11:19:43
I would have Moyes back yes but Bielsa is mentioned this morning and would like him as he is an evellent manager although tends not to be at a club for more than a couple of years.
Moyes would stay for years and do the project as Moshiri calls it, and would do it well. All these overseas guys tend to move around and do not seem capable of doing a project.
Ability wise Bielsa everytime but will he stay at the club even if successfull?

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10 Feb 2019 11:38:39
Dark clouds - how do you know moyes would stay for years and do the project well?
He had financial support at Man U and failed
I think you clearly have some soft spot for moyes as the manner in which he left us the fact that we rarely troubled the big teams in his reign would in itself be enough not to have him back.
Then add in his failure at Sunderland his failure in Spain and the fact he hasn’t been snapped up by a decent team would suggest he is where he belongs.
He is not Everton’s messiah and should not return.

{Ed025's Note - your spot on for me dan..

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10 Feb 2019 13:18:32
Moyes back at Everton! FM would be better off selling up and buying Newport County. He would have more chance getting promotions through to the Premiership and winning the CL before Moyes ever wins a major trophy. Now for gods sake move on from this Moyes rubbish.

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11 Feb 2019 15:59:48
He allways overachieved on the budget he had. He developed young players and made a profit on sales. Ok I can understand that maybe he should never return but to knock his achievments baffles me.

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11 Feb 2019 17:42:39
Well said, Moyes should not come back, but slagging him off for over achieving and having a tactically well organised, passionate and hard working side is wrong. Moyes is by far a better manager than the stubborn buffoon in charge now. Still using zonal marking and tactically clueless, still must give him more time to keep his fans happy what a fraud.

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12 Feb 2019 08:15:40
Doesn’t matter if you’re using zonal or man for man marking, if the players aren’t aggressive enough to attack and win the first and second ball then you will always concede from set pieces. The players are totally at fault for this rut, overpaid, uninterested and not playing for the shirt or the badge. The finger should be pointed at them.

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12 Feb 2019 12:00:43
Good post Tron.
It’s the players on the pitch who are failing to perform. There is no passion no desire and no interest from the majority of them.
Overpaid prima donnas.
Until their poor performances affect their pocket they won’t care. As rubbish as they are they still get paid their ridiculous wages. Dropping them into the under 23’s or leaving them on the bench doesn’t bother them as they still get paid.
The only way this can change is if they get their pay docked, unfortunately I can’t see this ever happening.

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14 Feb 2019 00:07:23
Blue Tron / Dan - spot on.
People on here and elsewhere are clinging to this 'its the fault of zonal marking' and i really do wonder if they actually watch or understand football. Watch the Wolves game for example. WE give away yet another stupid free kick. We then have players stood either side of Jiminez outside the box.

The free kick is played and BOTH our players are virtually stood still and allow him to run onto the cross and head home. What has that got to do with zonal marking? Absolutely NOTHING. It has to do with players having a little aggression, wanting to stop runners, block runners, or just plain and simple winning their own individual battles. And we are losing far too many of them.
And please don't tel;l me that it is Silva's fault because does anyone really think he tells players to go out and lose those battles?

In the Watford game clearly Zouma got angry cos one minute he was charging up the pitch and then after the game is in the refs face. Now clearly the second one is wrong but it would be nice for the whole team to show the same aggression / desire throughout the game - and not just when a decision goes against them or when we play the big sides.
Next 4 home games will show if they have the fight for the club and if they dont, however much ability they may have, then close the door on your way out.

I am not saying Silva is blameless but vast majority are not his players and he is dealing with dross bought by Koeman and FatSam. He will be there next season regardless so let's get behind him and the team. And let's just hope these overpaid prima donnas start to show a little bit of fight for that shirt.
COYB.

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15 Feb 2019 07:37:41
DaveW1878 couldn’t agree more mate, well put.

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10 Feb 2019 00:00:33
The results almost inevitable. This is a team in free fall and the manager does not have the ability to stop it.
That said there is no point changing anything now. Use the time we have till the end of the season to find a winner and build from there. Brands has a big job on his hands. Time he started earning his money.

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10 Feb 2019 10:05:15
How do you know he isn’t earning his money? I can’t see what he does daily, maybe you can, I don’t know. But he is a proven DoF who can’t bring success in 1 season.

Maybe he is working his socks off but finding it difficult due to the manager not delivering? Sometimes the long processes that require our patience are the ones that bring richer rewards.

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10 Feb 2019 13:53:13
Calm down son we’re all entitled to our opinion. And I would imagine as the DOF he will not be best pleased with what he is seeing. So step in and sort it out. We are likely to finish bottom half of the table, if we carry on like that next season we will be relegated. That’s the reality of it.

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13 Feb 2019 14:10:58
How does he sort it out Woburn?
He is not the manager and is not on the training field - and nor should he be.
His job is to identify players we need, to manage the Scouting, to ensure that all age grouyps across the club have a similar philosophy.

He said when he took the post that he had told FM that if he wanted a quick fix he was not the man. And i'm pretty sure that hasn't changed.

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09 Feb 2019 23:50:33
Lineker just said everton eyeing up bielsa, I would take that.

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10 Feb 2019 08:59:25
He's lost 5 of his last 8, not exactly inspiring is it, he's a good manager but there's better about, rafa for 1, also rather arteta came in, could be our very own solskjar.

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10 Feb 2019 09:15:46
Also we want stability at the club he's never stayed anywhere longer than 2 years and has a habit of just walking out on teams if he's not happy that week, not for me.

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10 Feb 2019 10:06:55
Inviting the media around to look at his spreadsheet was a bit cringe too.

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10 Feb 2019 13:28:56
Why do people talk about managers who have yet to earn their corn in the EPL. If the likes of Howe, Hughton, and Dyche are overlooked by clubs why should others just walk in without any knowledge at all. I would give all the three aforementioned a chance before taking another chance on anyone else. If we are going to throw money about then yes get the likes of Conte etc, but if not then we need someone who has probably got as far as he can with the cub he is at. Howe gets a nose bleed north of Watford, Hughton's colour does not bode well with big clubs it would appear, which is a shame, which leaves Dyche who would certainly make us hard to beat.

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10 Feb 2019 16:25:16
Have u really just said Houghton won't get the Everton job because he's black? Am sure our Iranian owner is more diverse than that. Eddie howe is another martinez good going forward cnt defend, Houghton isn't a bad shout and dyche is in a relegation battle and signed a 38 year old crouch to get him out ov it. We need rafa or arteta, av said it before gallardo would be great but seems everton dnt want to look outside of england.

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10 Feb 2019 17:46:27
Well then why has Hughton never been linked with the big jobs? Why did our Iranian owner never consider him for interview? It seems something of a hoodoo in football. I like the guy and the way his teams play football. Its time he got a chance. Dyche does not have the funds we have so had to go for what he felt was value for money, a bit like our Iranian leader when he went for Big Sam, got real value for money there! I would be happy to see anyone of those three at Everton if it is decided to relieve Silva of his position. At least I would be happy knowing we have someone who is not scared to crack the whip. I would not look outside of England given the mess we have had for the past 3 seasons.

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11 Feb 2019 06:45:13
hes never been linked to the big clubs because he has done nothing to suggest he should be considered he's an upper midtable manager at best. How hypocritical is it u r saying he doesn't get oppertunity because he's black then you say you wouldn't want to hire someone from outside england? i want our next manager to be the right appointment regardless of nationality or colour. we need an experianced winner like rafa or gallardo not a manager whos only ever won the championship. If wer gunna gamble then arteta is the one to go with.

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09 Feb 2019 18:41:40
., strong rumours swirling tonight that Moshiri will use the 2 wk break coming up as time to pull the trigger and sack zonal marco. that 9 x defeats now in 13 games, clearly relegation form and mostly against lower to mediocre teams too, but who next for boss? The Everton managers position has become the poisoned chalaice hasn't it? If it was me, I'd appoint Arteta at the end of the season.

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09 Feb 2019 19:02:59
Arteta will not leave the thousands he's on a week! Not a chance.

{Ed025's Note - he would get more off us lancer mate..

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09 Feb 2019 19:51:27
5/ 2 fav is David moyes, I would love arteta but whoever it is marco needs to toddle off now I have a backed him on here for weeks but av reached the end ov my patience.

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09 Feb 2019 19:40:54
Defo Ed he would jump at the chance.

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09 Feb 2019 20:15:23
Think that makes two of us Johny mate, the time is nigh.

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09 Feb 2019 20:31:27
I’d love Arteta but think he might come up short the wrong squad for the style he wants to play but Moyes will and knows the trenches and how to battle he can get his side playing as well but we need fight right now not flair.

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09 Feb 2019 20:47:46
Surely no one in here wants Moyes back? Everyone called for big Sam's head because the football wasn't good enough! Same old be careful what you wish for. Sam got the best out of a terrible bunch and proved he is ten times the manager Marco will ever be and has a clue how to defend! No point getting rid now though as no one of any real quality available who would join us.

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09 Feb 2019 21:19:55
Defo mate not for me, once a traitor always a traitor.

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09 Feb 2019 22:02:16
benitez for me.

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09 Feb 2019 22:22:41
Moyes did a job for us, that’s all. He failed with Utd and he absolutely did himself no favours whatsoever at Sunderland, let’s not even mention his stint in Spain. He is NOT the messiah, he’s a naughty manager!

We have to wait until the summer I feel before we pull the trigger. Then let’s talk about who’s next.

{Ed0333's Note - He’s just a very naughty manager love it Pierre.

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09 Feb 2019 23:17:31
Strong rumours from where exactly?
The press. players, ex players or from within the club. or just fans?
Silva is staying unless we become embroiled in a relegation battle.

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10 Feb 2019 02:30:36
I think we will stick with Silva for now, the Cardiff game and the Derby May change that.

We say it every week but the Cardiff game is a must not lose game.

On a final note and tongue in cheek, as we are paying Sam, do we have a call back clause, if it goes belly up against Cardiff.

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05 Feb 2019 13:11:23
Ah well that should cheer everyone up on here especially all of our budding managers, good old Jim White has come out and said following his chat with Mr Moshiri earlier this week, Marco will be staying for the long term, so that's that then end of.

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05 Feb 2019 17:03:13
I wouldn't expect him to go before the end of the season anyway. We are not going to be relegated and that is all our board and owner will be worried about right now. The season is obviously a dud so Silva's position will be looked at in the summer. All I can tell you is that if we lose most of our remaining games and Silva has lost the players he is doomed regardless of what chummy White has to say.

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05 Feb 2019 17:41:55
Think you are right there mate, Player Power and all that.

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05 Feb 2019 18:53:18
Just for once before I pop my clogs I would love to hear a chairman or club owner say to the players "I pay you to play, don't play and I won't pay. I pick the manager, you play for him, you play for the club" Bloody overpaid ponces at times.

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05 Feb 2019 19:23:03
I think mike Ashley said something along those lines once. It didn’t go down well of course.

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05 Feb 2019 19:24:07
Stop there wage on capability.

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05 Feb 2019 19:24:58
Absolutely, but it will never happen unfortunately. I just wish Brands could find some evil thugs to play alongside these ponces who would kick them in the goolies in the shower after the game if they don't try.

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05 Feb 2019 20:01:31
Sponsored by angry birds it's a shame we don't see a bit of angry birds on the pitch.

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05 Feb 2019 21:36:48
Moshiri is meant to have said according to Sky that siva was the man to develop young talent, well not seen a single new young talent!

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05 Feb 2019 23:06:00
He probably is but develop is the key word. Asking him to produce some mythical youngster after half a season is optimistic.
The under 23s are doing well though.

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06 Feb 2019 09:29:51
Spot on Smit.

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06 Feb 2019 11:35:42
I would like to start seeing a bit of James Mcarthy, I know he isn't going to be the catalyst that will get us scoring 3s and 4s against anyone, but he will get stuck in, and start roughing sides up a bit, nothing gets Goodison off it's seat quite like a boss tackle on an opposition player, remember Neville on Ronaldo 08/ 09 season?

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08 Feb 2019 18:52:32
U23's are doing well and have been doing well, before Koeman and certainly before Silva. Of Moshri wanted his youth developed he should have kept Martinez. Silva is a fraud the topic has even been picked up by talksport tonight.

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05 Feb 2019 00:30:43
Our problem is and has been (for a few seasons) that we are predictable.
Any pace running at our defence and we crumble.
A long ball hoisted in high and we panic.
We cannot defend. We haven't got a goal scorer. We haven't got any creativity in midfield.

We sold our best players.
We never replaced them wirh adequate quality.
We let out best prospects leave the club without having a crack and then we persevere with kids who are never going to make it at this level.
I think brands will get it right but I don't have any faith in Silva.
I'm hoping brands will eventually bring van bommel over and they can work together again and solve this mess.

Brands rates him as the best up and coming coach in Europe. If he didn't choose Silva but agreed to work with him then i'm sure he has a name already in mind.

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05 Feb 2019 07:49:20
All looking good then Pauly? . I think things are slightly different to how you see it mate. I think we have defended rubbish this season. As simple as that. Lots of games have been ok. We played well at Chelsea, Liverpool, Burnley and a few others. In other games we appeared to crumble. We did that also under Koeman, Martinez and to some degree under Allardyce. Moyes left us a decent but ageing squad. Martinez brought in older or inferior players with the exception of one or two. ie Lukaku, McCarthy and Barry. When Pienaar, Osman, Jags, Baines, Howard, Distin, Hibbert, Oviedo, Stones, Barkley, Naismith, Heitinga, Jelavic, Neville, Cahill, Fellani, Rodwell, Anichebe and others were all allowed to leave or retire without being suitably replaced. Lukakus goals covered up the inadequacies of the squad developing. Koeman then had that dreadful transfer window whereby we had no left sided players and Baimes' age started to show. Colemans is too now, Moyes had a continual line of players of quality coming in and going out. When he took over, our Walter Smith assembled squad was poor. Moyes reduced the age in his 1st 2 seasons. I am not saying I want Moyes back. But I am saying Silva is doing the same. But Silva seems to insist on Zonal marking and seems to have the team set up that leaks goals. Oh for a solid defence. That is where we are missing something. Less goals conceded would help immediately.

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05 Feb 2019 10:53:14
I’m not sure how we replace someone like Lukaku adequately. We sell him to possibly the biggest club in the world playing CL football almost year in year out. If there was a like for like replacement why would he come to us if he’s at Lukakus level?

Basically when we sell our best players it’s going to be very similar to the Lukaku situation. When city took lescott we replaced him with Distan who was almost 10 years older. When arsenal took Arteta we got Drenthe. It’s just the way it is for us. We play in the league below the top six and therefore replacing players who move to these top six clubs is going to very difficult if we are looking to go like for like.

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05 Feb 2019 12:53:47
Ricky will get 15-20 this season, siggy 10-15 If we can get a striker who can get 15 and a r/ w that can get 5-15 then scoring goals wise we will be ok.
Like Degsy says we need a resolution to the leaking goals, that's where the confidence comes from.
Now I'm not sure how we do that, whether we change the players, tactics or manager.

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05 Feb 2019 16:24:40
Isn't this basically what I've said in my post?

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06 Feb 2019 12:35:30
Regarding adequately replacing Lukaku, I actually don't think he is a top striker despite the number of goals he got for us. The team had been set up to play to his strengths with balls in behind he could run on to and bully defenders who couldn't cope with his strength and speed. We then had that ridiculous summer where we sold him and replaced him with half a dozen bang average number 10s.

My point is that it was the effectiveness of the system from a goal-scoring perspective in a way that played to the players' strengths. We haven't adequalty replaced that because Silva has come in dead set on a way of playing but doesn't have the players to do it.

Either he caves and starts playing in a way that suits the players at his disposal (balls into the opposition box and out of our box would be a start) , or he sticks with it in the hope that an overhaul of players that can't adapt being replaced with ones who have experience of playing that way in the summer will turn things around.

I'm sick of watching us make the same mistakes every week and am really not sure Silva is the long term answer, but I don't see any benefit in changing him now and adding him to the growing list of highly paid former employees while bringing in someone new to inherit the same problems.

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04 Feb 2019 13:04:54
Let's have a go at the feel good factor type manager like utd, throw dunc in and try get them going, honestly we really couldn't do any worse, seen a stat today silva's teams are 1st hull, Watford 3rd and everton 1st when in charge at conceding at set pieces, obviously stuck in his ways and stubborn, it's not as if it's worked anywhere, no hope for this to be put on like, messaged 4 or 5 on last couple of days and only 1 went on, no probs if this doesn't love to All, life's too short.

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04 Feb 2019 18:04:54
I may be alone on this but Dunc is a big no from me, stealing a living at Everton, as are others, but Dunc for me should not even neanywhere near the team, I would certainly draft Alan Stubbs in as a defence coach, big Nev to coach Pickford, but a big no no for Ferguson.

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04 Feb 2019 18:10:31
No thanks, forget sentiment let's do this properly for once.

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04 Feb 2019 18:33:38
I think stealing a living is a bit harsh bignev. I’m sure he works hard for his living but agree that with results since he’s been around not being good enough something different would be welcome. Having Southall coach Pickford is a no brainer for me, why hasn’t he been drafted in earlier though? My goodness I could make a heap load of suggestions but what do I really know. If the club want to give Silva time then I’ll go along with it. Another expression for patience is long suffering. It really feels like that right now.

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04 Feb 2019 19:00:42
stealing a living IS RIGHT bignev,

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04 Feb 2019 19:12:49
Explain why he's stealing a living, so opinionated for such obvious lask of any real knowledge.

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04 Feb 2019 19:58:19
I would like to see Alan Irvine back on the coaching staff.

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04 Feb 2019 20:20:40
I'd have Alan partridge on the coaching staff at the moment.

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04 Feb 2019 20:31:34
If I were taking over a business (and I’ve had a few) then one of my first tasks would be to clear out the old boy network. Get young blood in with energy and a positive attitude, and a clear understanding of what I want to achieve.
Get the business running properly and at a profit, then sell it for a nice profit.

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04 Feb 2019 21:21:39
Everyone wants rid of the old boys haha no one wants rid of unsworth do they 4 pnts clear at top of table flying with 23s he's an old boy as you put it, cnt pick and choose u want rid of the old boys or u take people on there merit.

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04 Feb 2019 21:41:59
If anyone's stealing its most of the first team.

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04 Feb 2019 21:54:52
I’d take moyse back need that team ethic he brought and look what he did at West Ham we need the dogs of war back but he still knew how to play with flair he’s finally have money to spend.

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04 Feb 2019 22:32:36
It’s a business Johny, there’s no room for sentiment. As for Unsworth, yes he’s doing a good job. But how many have come through from that squad?

{Ed025's Note - how many have been given a proper chance though woburn?..

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04 Feb 2019 22:57:27
The current manager has made it clear he is not interested in the younger players, if they might be good he sends them on loan. Bad management.

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04 Feb 2019 23:22:26
Woburn it's not unsworth job to get them in the first team it's his job to have them ready and winning there league the other year and looking like doing it again this year means we have the best youth players in the country it's not his fault the managers dnt give them a go. It's not sentiment if there doing there job is it, go on let's sack all former players then let's get rid of the best manager in u23 football just because u want a clear out of the old boys get a grip mate it is a business and in business you hire people on there merit not who the used to work for.

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05 Feb 2019 09:46:56
Johns don't be fooled that just because we are top of the U23 league that we have the best youth players. Many clubs loan out there youth players, and an awful lot of what you see are U18s.
By the way I recall when Kenny was given a go people on here were moaning he's not ready shouldn't be near the first team. You can't have it both ways.

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05 Feb 2019 09:48:28
By the way, if you hired them on their merit, then most of them wouldn't be there now.

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05 Feb 2019 10:51:41
Have we not loaned out our best U23s too? Williams dowell evans beni connelly? And he still produces table topping teams, so u want dunc and dave gone because there jobs for there boys even tho there both good at there jobs makes no sense at all.

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05 Feb 2019 19:49:46
Is there any point in any manager throwing in one of the kids? Especially if they are local boys, the crowd just make them a scapegoat when things aren't going well.
We haven't been in a position to give them a game under the last few managers as, in general, we have been in a right mess. No good throwing in a kid when the chips are down, that's the way most managers would look at it. Look at every team in the league and, although there will be a few exceptions, most youth players don't make it until they are over 21. Crazy but true, the way it's going we will never see another Rooney or a Gerrard come through so young in this league.

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08 Feb 2019 18:55:34
By old boys, I know who Woburn is talking about and I agree.

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03 Feb 2019 23:51:21
I don't see where our next win is coming from to be honest I think we are in as much mess as we have been for last 3 seasons just a different manager in charge, I know he is ex reds but go get Rafa he is world class manager, we won't get anyone has good as him in our situation without champions league.

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04 Feb 2019 09:06:32
i said the same before we appointed silva.

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04 Feb 2019 12:29:47
The first thing that should be done is to ditch the zonal marking system he using then I think we will start to see better defending.

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