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17 Sep 2017 14:44:08
Hello Blues,

Old user with a new profile (forgot my old details, it's been so long since my last post! )

The only thing keeping my spirits high at the moment is the glorious weather conditions on holiday in Majorca.

I'm not even looking for a win today, just hoping to see that the current crop of Blues show some passion, love and fight for the club we have valued since we were little sproggies.

That alone will be enough to convince me that we have what it takes to meddle with the best there is. There's no doubting the quality we have, we just need to find that balance. Like Koeman said - the passion must be there before ability.

There are some potential dark times ahead, but I know we can pull away from it. January and a new striker cannot come quick enough.

Dreaming of an Oumar brace today.

Come on you Blues, optimism is key.

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22 Jun 2018 02:17:37
Hugely disappointed in this one.

I was a tremendous fan of Mori. Left you with your heart in your mouth 50% of the time, but I admired the confidence he brought to the side. Always breaking forward at any given chance, always maintained a positive ‘in it to win it’ attitude - which is probably the key factor to why Allardyce never played him after regaining full fitness. He was always so dangerous in front of goal.

It’s with a heavy heart that I wish the man all the success the world can give him over in La Liga.

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03 May 2018 10:44:02
100% agree with you on this one. He was one of the very few reasons in which we can be showing some optimism for next season.

Looks a cracking player, likely has mistakes in him, but I know for certain I would rather see the lad try some audacious football, fail on occasion but eventually become successful with it!

All we need now is a manager willing to give game time to players like him.

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12 Feb 2018 19:38:29
We’re not even 7th now. Why are people so sure this is an inevitability?

If we somehow finish 7th, it represents a very very poor showing from PL teams outside of the top 6. The gap is only stretching year by year.

SA will not reduce that gap in his contracted 18 months in charge. He wouldn’t reduce the gap if he were 18 years in charge.

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03 Aug 2018 02:40:05
OllBlue1878 - I went to the Porto friendly in Faro. Although Marega scored the only goal of the game - trust me when I say this - he is an absolute donkey. He reminds me of a slightly more composed Victor Anichebe. It’s the one thing all of the fans around me in the Everton end commented on throughout.

I know it’s only pre-season, but you just know a donkey-type player when you see one and he will never change. The way he runs, his first touch and control, it is an absolute blessing that West Ham are in advanced talks to sign him.

On the other hand, Yacine Brahimi to West Ham would be a dissapointment, he gave Seamus Coleman nightmares, freakishly quick and incredible turn of pace.

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20 Jul 2018 15:18:43
I wish I could swap bodies mate and inherit Oumar’s genetics. Allowing me to run at full throttle for days on end. What. A. Guy.

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20 Jul 2018 02:57:36
I think people can assume my opinion on Oumar the destroyer. An invaluable member of the team who creates so much positivity on the pitch like no other. Absolute no brainer for him to remain. Given the adequate playing time - particularly from an impact sub position - and the man will get you 10+ goals per season. What a guy.

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05 Jun 2018 13:52:59
He apparently required a certain number of domestic and/ or international caps this season to strengthen his chances of a granted work permit. Unfortunately his knee injury mid season severely dented that opportunity.

The lad has been fully fit for quite a number of weeks now, however he has since stated in an interview that his manager at Anderlecht has been deliberately side-lining him in an attempt to scupper his chances of a move - Henry Onyekuru specifically pointing out that he believes it’s an attempt to keep him at the club for next season. As a result of the lack of game time at his club (after recovering from injury) he was not selected for his Nigerian National Team. Therefore his only chance of rectifying that issue of a work permit through collecting international caps is no longer possible before the start of the new PL season.

Henry Onyekuru has stated in the same interview that he will not play for Anderlecht again because of this situation, therefore is very likely to go out on loan to a different club for one more season.

A bigger hammer blow if you ask me. He is exactly the style of player we want at Everton next season.

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13 Apr 2018 02:11:29
R. I. P GT.

A true Blue - and a true Gentleman.

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