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26 Mar 2017 12:04:15
Been thinking about lukaku situation, I hope he stays but I believe he will go. So, I believe we should ask for Nathan Ake and Batishya (excuse spelling) plus 20-30mil.
Both young, talented and will improve the squad. Also we must keep barkley at all costs, I would rather him over lukaku.

Best wishes to seamus, truly one of the games good guys.

{Ed002's Note - That is not going to happen.}

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26 Mar 2017 12:16:00
Ed02, maybe, maybe not, but you never know. If lukaku wants out and wants to go this summer I'm sure Man Utd, Juve, PSG and maybe City will be sniffing.
Chelsea may have to offer a few jewels.

{Ed002's Note - No, it is never going to happen - you are living in a fantasy world.}

26 Mar 2017 12:39:49
No thank you. Bats on loan would be a shout but I don't know about the possibility.

26 Mar 2017 13:33:08
Nathan Ake would be a great sighning would love him at Everton.

25 Mar 2017 22:40:58
I'm still in a bit of shock over Seamus. It's strange, he is one of those players you just expect to play every week. If he gets tackled he just gets up runs at break neck speed and gets that ball back.

It hurts even more as he is one of our own. I don't care what it says on his passport or birth certificate. He is blue right the way through. An inspiration to us all off the pitch and respected above most others on it.

I don't know of a better right back in WORLD football and wish him nothing but a speedy and full recovery.

One day, he'll have a stand named after him. I'll make damned sure of it.

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26 Mar 2017 08:19:23
100% agreed.

26 Mar 2017 09:17:18
Totally agree BlueJohnUns. Funnily enough the day before the leg break I wrote a post praising Coleman. The lad isn't like most big headed footballers today. He is very grounded and down to earth. Committed to Everton. As I said before loved the way he came out in January last squashing rumours in the media that he was going to Utd.

Pure class, just like his actions on the pitch. Mr consistent and very rarely if ever has a stinker of a game. Very dependable. Hope he comes back the same player because at 28 he was just reaching his peak.

26 Mar 2017 09:29:20
Skilful, very hard working and coveted by the rest. That makes him an Everton Great in my books. My one wish is that he comes back and wins some silverware with us as Captain, lifting it first.

26 Mar 2017 11:25:28
Seamus is a gentleman and a legend in my eyes. For years he has been linked to Man Utd and others, no whinging, just head down and carry on doing what he is best at, playing for Everton. I think after his career has finished, he could and hopefully, be brought into a coaching capacity ( if he has the intentions to do so) . I think he will continue to have strong links with the club, but if not, he will be a special man and prayer at our club. Speedy recovery Seamus.

26 Mar 2017 23:47:29
The best £60k ever spent in don't think any player will ever represent a better find in the whole world of football! Pure class!

25 Mar 2017 08:38:24
To Marco Silva and Danny Murphy, last week Tom Huddlestone was sent off for a tackle that was exactly the same as Neil Taylor's last night, just because he didn't cause a serious injury doesn't mean it doesn't warrant a straight red card. If you go in over the ball with your studs showing on an opponents standing leg you can end a career and that is why these sort of tackles need a more serious punishment than the customary 3 game ban. If it was one of our players who committed a foul like that I would still say the same. Rojos at Goodison on Gueye is still one of the worst unpunished offences I have seen this season. In the Chinese Super League a player has received a fine and a 6 month ban for a stamp, we need to follow suit to cut out possible career ending injuries. I don't care what excuse Taylor comes out with he went in to that challenge to cause damage simple as that, he left the floor high and over the ball studs showing straight through Seamus leg, no excuse just dirty horrible foul play.

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25 Mar 2017 09:21:38
Good point bluegray. Roy Keane broke a lads leg on purpose so these players know what damage they can do by not tackling correctly.
If it was a mistimed 'proper' tackle then ya can say fair enough but that was high, over the ball and studs up.
Don't wanna make it a non-contact sport but this type of tackle needs more severe punishment. As I said last night, Taylor should be out for the same time as Seamus.

25 Mar 2017 12:38:35
Plus the way he went through coleman If there was 4 players standing skin tight behind coleman they would have snapped legs as well. If that's not pure intent then intent does not exist. Absolute scum bag tackle. Very good point bluegray.

25 Mar 2017 07:59:40
I think everyone is just waiting to hear how bad seamus' injury actually is and how long he is possibly out for.

We as fans need to sing his name loudly and proudly in our next home game to let him know we are there for him every step of his recovery.
Just hope it's not a career ender.

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25 Mar 2017 11:33:36
Double fracture, been reported here in Ireland. At least 6 months out
Long haul back to where he's been, hope he makes it.

25 Mar 2017 12:38:35
As someone who knows about orthopaedics I keep hearing about the length of his time out and liking it to Bolassie. Generally a fracture is far less serious than a ligament injury so let's just wait and see. Incidentally did you know the break actually becomes stronger.

25 Mar 2017 13:01:39
Yeah trebor. Ross Barkley is testament to that. He had a bad leg break too as a youngster. I wasn't comparing Coleman's and bolasie injuries. More that they can keep each other positive during long spells out.

25 Mar 2017 02:42:28
So Lukaku tells press Everton future decision made? Well how about making it public or at least letting the board know so we can prepare for next season without him.
That being said, personally after reading his recent comments I do feel he wants to stay and see how we progress. He states his comments about ambition were taken out of concept and that he wants to help Everton progress, that to me is a staying signal.

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25 Mar 2017 07:02:53
I read that bluegray and kinda thought the same. Let's hope he signs.

25 Mar 2017 00:35:59
Gutted for Seamus there hope he's back soon

Connelly or Holgate I'd imagine, please don't put Mirallas there or something Ron.

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25 Mar 2017 02:48:20
I would be tempted to give jonjoe kenny a go. Watched him a few times this season for the 23's and he's the most like for like replacement for Seamus out of what we have got imo.

26 Mar 2017 08:22:24
Hey Swan, how weird that we were debating Seamus yesterday and then this happens. guess we will find out how good/ effective he was now. Either way, I know we all don't want these things to happen. can't see him putting Mirallas there. will be one of the kids and maybe back 3 in more games? eg Holgate, Williams and Mori?

25 Mar 2017 00:15:27
Guys great news on the stadium gutted about Coleman tonight though. regarding stadium I think 45-50k seating with room for additional seating at a later date would be great. what are the thoughts on a name? I'm guessing naming rights deal will probably come into play but hope they include docks somewhere in name just my preference.

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24 Mar 2017 23:37:50
Thought things were going too well for us. devastated, most importantly for Seamus as it's horrible for the lad. I hope he makes a speedy and more importantly, a full recovery and can get back to his best. He's my favourite player and I want to see him marauding the opposition down the right again next year.

For the team, it's come at an awful time in the season and has left us looking short for the two most important games of the season. Add to that McCarthy getting injured in the warm up, and I'm done for the night!

It's now decision time for Koeman, who will step up? I don't think, even in a wing back situation we can afford to shove Lennon in. I would say McCarthy but obviously he's injured too. I like Holgate at centre back but he is the obvious option having played there earlier in the season. I feel with the pace of the Liverpool frontline it may be better to have him in the middle and give Pennington or Kenny a go at right back. Koeman has spoken highly of Pennington and Kenny is a natural right back so maybe it's time to stake a claim for the first team.

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24 Mar 2017 23:49:04
Kenny is a Coleman type player. Likes to get forward but can also defend. Comfortable as a wing back too. Holgate is a centre half as is Pennington, .3 at the back if Holgate or Pennington play. But either can do the full back job.

25 Mar 2017 02:45:03
Still feel Lennon is the sensible option especially with the next 3 games being in 8 days, we need experience to get through the 2 away games imo.

25 Mar 2017 07:06:30
Think holgate has played rb away at anfield or somewhere before and played really well.
Rk knows what to do for the best but Seamus going to be out for similar time to bolasie. Hope they can push each other to full health. Our wishes to them both for a full recovery.

Through adversity does our blue blood grow stronger.

24 Mar 2017 23:35:39
Just seen the video of Shane Long with Seamus, just goes over and gives him a hug. FairPlay to him as that's a footballer showing real emotion to a team mate who is obviously in a lot of pain and shock.

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25 Mar 2017 05:13:44
Who the hell would disagree with that!

24 Mar 2017 23:18:23
I'm a red from the other side. I come in peace. Just wishing coleman all the best. Get well soon seamsus YNWA.

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