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30 Jan 2017 14:52:18

Any truth in united coming in for Coleman? Hopefully just rumours.



{Ed002's Note - Not that I am aware.}

1.) 30 Jan 2017 15:36:24
Thanks add put my mind to rest haha

2.) 30 Jan 2017 15:45:20
The utd Coleman link comes up every transfer window this time the bookies have slashed the odds of him going to utd made Coleman the shortest odds of any player to move but can't see us selling Coleman even if an offer does come in for him and Coleman seems to be happy with us just trying to stire things up with the window upon us.

3.) 30 Jan 2017 16:29:12
Why would you think this when the club has just sent Browning out on loan!

4.) 30 Jan 2017 17:23:38
Odds have supposedly been slashed. Strange as Koeman is happy with him and as far as I'm aware, Coleman hasn't requested to leave.

5.) 30 Jan 2017 17:24:04
Hope not, Seamus has all the attributes to become a good captain over the next couple of seasons.




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19 Mar 2017 01:42:49
People still picking faults in Everton's an lukaku game today. We never played that well won 4-0. Clean sheet an 3 points.

Lukaku never played that well this that an the other but got 2 goals
And an assist.

I'd take that every game of the week. I certain striker like Ruhr Van Nistlerooy comes to mind for that sort of performance.

He is the first forgien striker to get to 80 prem goal before the age of 24 (Rooney owen Folwer) sorry for swearing there Ed.

However, he is the leading goal Scorer In the premier league an first striker to score 20 or more on a season since linekar.

Is right Rom,

I told yas the other day he would score 2.



1.) 19 Mar 2017 08:24:59
I keep saying this. he has scored more than any other player by the age of 23 in top flight football. His attitude was a bit suspect a while back but Koeman seems to have got him fitter with a much better attitude. His strength and skill have never been in doubt.

2.) 19 Mar 2017 09:04:05
Thing is, without the sending off we would never have won that game 4-0 and were in danger of conceding as we were far too deep and allowed Hull far too much space and time and against better sides, like our next 2 games we will concede a few and lose these games. So yes regardless of the score line the performance was average at best and we cannot afford to play like that in our next 3 games as we won't collect any points.
On the criticism of Lukaku, this stems from his disrespect of the club by using the media to belittle the club who have given him the chance to progress, yes he is a goalscorer, but he is far from the finished article and has time on his side to improve, yesterday he was bullied by Maguire and was caught offside far too often, his reading of the line leaves a lot to be desired, and that includes coming back into an onside position to give us an outball when we dispossess the opposition in our half.
The pundits that blow his trumpet Week on Week on Sky and MOTD must only see his goals and not his all round game.
So yes I feel as a paying supporter who loves my club, I am entitled to criticise a performance and also a player who has got a bit to big for his boots.
Ross Barkley would be more of a loss as he has just got his head down kept quiet and really improved his game, also Ashley Williams was poor yesterday and against better forwards would have been punished for his constant mistakes, maybe it's time to drop him and bring Holgate in alongside Jags.
On the plus side as I don't want to come across as completely negative, 7 goals and 2 clean sheets when playing average is a big improvement then what we have had for the last 3 years so I am happy with the progress.

{Ed025's Note - i dont think your timing is very good to be honest gray, the best record in the prem this year, just won 4-0, and have the leagues top scorer...not really much to moan about there for me mate..

3.) 19 Mar 2017 10:07:08
Bluegray87, Look at my post above about last 10 games. won 7 drew 2 lost 1. And you are complaining mate? A couple of points I would like to make are that this "turnaround" has happened in the first 9 months of our new manager. Even Chelsea ground out a result yesterday. no team plays brilliant each week. What Lukaku is doing is trying to get the best deal he can. maybe at Everton, maybe elsewhere. It is what happens in football. Finally, you can look at things a in a positive way or a negative way. Last season I was caught up in all the negative things about our club. and there were a lot of them. However, I have seen we are now at last making progress again. like we were prior to Martinez. And I am frankly enjoying being an Evertonian once again. I accept that you are aloowed to criticise certain aspects and I agree with some of your points. but I suggest you look at the wider picture of 7 wins and 2 draws out of 10. Added to which consecutive home wins of 4 nil,3 nil and 4 nil. look at our goal difference and enjoy the ride. Enjoy being an Evertonian. that is something that is difficult at times. but not now!

{Ed025's Note - im with you all the way degs mate..

4.) 19 Mar 2017 10:30:59
OK maybe my timing is not right and of course I am happy with the recent turnaround at the club, I was just saying that we need to up our game now against much better sides to really be considered as serious challengers to the top 4, beat Liverpool and we are 2 points off them if city beat them today.

5.) 19 Mar 2017 11:37:28
Even though I don't agreed with the timing of what Lukaku said last week. Picking faults with his game to me is very petty. Everton for the first time in the Premier history have a player who scored more than 20 goals he must be doing something right. I have been a supporter for 48 years and yet to see a perfect footballer
I was made up with the crowd getting behind Lukaku and the team.
I do believed that footballer are not forever they will come and go. The trick is enjoy the ride or spell . I for one will support Lukaku while he wear the Blue shirt. Finally I believed there an outside chance of us getting in the top 4 this season on current form. COYB.

6.) 19 Mar 2017 12:18:03
I know much is being made that Hull went down to 10 men but you still need to close out those games, under Martinez we may have conceded when they were down to 10, you need to beat what is in front of you and I always think at this time of year relegation threatened teams are more dangerous.

7.) 19 Mar 2017 16:50:09
I wasnt trying to be too critical Bluegray. just sometimes we all suffered so much as Evertonians that it is easy to not realise the club has indeed turned a corner and once again we are going in the right direction. Maybe Koeman will go? Maybe Lukaku will go? We could end up with a refreshed Arsen Wenger who puts a team together that goes unbeaten all season? We could end up with some awful manager and never replace Lukau. but. and heres the crunch. right now, Lukaku is our player and has great stats. We have a bunch of youngsters showing real promise. We have a great last 10 games and even maybe a new stadium? We have Steve Walsh unearthing gems like Calvert-Lewin, Gana and Lookman. We have Barkley and Davies as home grown incredible talent. We have the reds assembled at about 5 times the cost of our squad and not much difference in current abilities. They look like they are on the way down and we are on the way up. Enjoy being Blue for the moment, that's my tip.



17 Mar 2017 09:44:52
I think there has been one brilliant points on either side of the Lukaku argument but let's all get behind the team tomorrow. An let's how the season plays out an the summer window. That's all we can do, we can all give our opinions but do I trust anyone's opinion next to RK.

This man is utter class.

"if Everton wasn't an ambitious club I wouldn't be hear"

Let that sink in. Watch lukaku score a brace tomorrow.





15 Mar 2017 22:48:45
No one bigger than the club. we got over (in my era) some big players leaving who at the time we loved. Rooney, ferguson, arteta, felliani, gravesen, stones. Just to name a few.

Believe you me there will be life with or without lukaku. Everton right now are in the best financial situation ever an are really growing.

One bump in the road an ad fans have taken 10 steps backwards. Let's believe in the new regime an if he leaves good luck to him.

I for one think he will be here next season. I think it's all publicity to either get him in the shop window or a bigger pay packet.

However I'd be made up if he stayed as he is going to be a tremendous player. But if he doesn't we move on an upwards. Look at the way we have changed in half a season.

I believe with or without lukaku the blues are still on the right path and will still challenge next season.

That's just my 2 pence.





15 Mar 2017 09:46:32
Rumour has it . he didn't get a birthday cake.


1.) 15 Mar 2017 13:37:49
His birthday's not until May 😋.



07 Mar 2017 10:05:50
I always respect everyone's view on this site however some of the posts are a bit much lately. Everyone giving Barry stick and Ross and most of the team for one performance away to Spurs. How about we just say we got beat by a very strong Spurs side who are having a great season an haven't been beat at home. Maybe Kidman took all that into account to keep it tight for an hour then release mirrallas. It never happened. But was the right thing to do, if we would of played lookman or mirrallas early doors we might not of been in the game at half time. Leave it to Koeman ay lads an let's support whatever decision he makes. Onwards to the next two home games and push for this top 6. COYB.


1.) 07 Mar 2017 10:17:18
Best post I've seen on here recently. Well said jim.

2.) 07 Mar 2017 11:00:55
Good post Anomblue. The positives at the club are definitely prevailing and Koeman is doing a very good job. I posted here defending Robles. People calling for Hart. As I said I'd welcome him with open arms but he has had his fair share of cock ups. Robles hasn't had many at all and imho is not getting enough credit for how he is performing.

I also posted that before the game I thought it was good thinking playing Barry as he would be fresh after not playing for awhile. Turned out wrong. We can all be smart in hindsight. Beat by a better team simple as.

This time next year imho we will be showing the terrific strength Spurs are. Poch has a few seasons with them under his belt. Koeman hasn't even one yet. The changes Koeman made during the game to me shows he can change games. The three sub's introduced made us a lot better and made a different game of it.

3.) 07 Mar 2017 12:09:54
Have to agree with posts above RK played what he thought was the best to start we went 1 goal down but kept it tight till half time. He changed the personnel when we needed to score by putting more attacking players on, which worked as we scored 2. Spuds were better than us on the day we switched off 3 times and where punished.

4.) 07 Mar 2017 12:51:49
I think most people after Barry's last few performances were aware he isn't up to standard anymore. Plus playing him against a team with pace and aggression was the wrong decision. Koeman has also been decisive in making changes in the past but failed to address this early on when he was struggling badly.

As for Robles. You could pick out most of the games he's played in and he's been brilliant. He's still young as a GK and will get better.

Barkley was superb again. The one midfielder that had bags of composure. Anyone questioning his performance weren't paying attention to him.

Anyone can put whatever they want on here but you've got to back up your argument. And if your wrong it's okay. I've thought one thing then someone has pointed out something and I've changed my point of view. Just don't be an idiot and say he's rubbish but don't say Why. Why is he rubbish?

5.) 07 Mar 2017 13:39:40
I thought Ross struggled in the 1st half he did look better when Barry was subbed, I am not sure playing MS and GB is a good idea as they are both too similar for me. I still think RK is trying to find the best personnel for the formations he like to play. Once we get a settled side then we can look at consistency. COYB.

6.) 07 Mar 2017 18:11:13
Fair enough I just think the shape was so clearly wrong after about 15 minutes and did not improve until we added some width. Obviously the theory was to keep it tight that is why he played 5 central midfielders of which 4 of them were holding. It caused more problems than it solved, we had no out ball because 6 of our players were within 20 yards of each other.

My only disappointment is that we went in at 1-0 down when it could have been 4. Why not take that chance to change things and go for it. He's been bold before. Also the fact that we had been unbeaten playing a certain way both home and away but he changed it for Spurs and it just took about 30 minutes longer than it should have to revert to type.

We can't and won't win them all, losing at Spurs is not a problem they are better than us. Koeman is doing great. No issues, not depressed just looked quite obvious to me.

Ross was and is good. Schniederlin had an awful game which can happen and is hard to account for. I've read a lot slating the back 4. I don't think they were at fault, we just kept inviting pressure because we couldn't pass to each other because they were all positioned between our box and the half way line in the central area of the pitch with zero width what so ever.

Keep Lukaku, get Bolasie back, add another quality winger centre back and right back and we are getting there:

7.) 07 Mar 2017 18:26:55
It's not about giving Barry loads for one bad result, it's about his game and how it's been for a while. He has been too slow for a while now, makes us play too deep and very narrow. This is based on seeing him every game he's played not just one. When we sub him we play better, faster and higher up the pitch.

He has served us well, but as i said in post other day, we have younger, faster and more mobile players sitting on the bench that offer more in the game for the style were playing. Not having a go at him just stating the obvious that it's time he stays benched or used sparingly as a sub.

Ross has been coming along well, not every player has a good full 90 all the time.

Robles was bad as much as he was good, RK should tear him a new one and tell him to look and read the game more, never do that again or he will bench him, give the kid a fright haha.

All this try and hold out is rubbish, we are wanting points, nothing to lose all to gain, I would of played McCarty and Miralles from the start and gave them something to worry about, faster to the ball, starting the game as we finished it might have seen us 2 up instead of them. They are a strong side but I didn't see us needing to fear them or play to hold contain them, to keep it close and then try and pinch the result, load of crap!

Like before we have nothing to lose and all to gain, we should be sending out a fighting team every game.

RK will iron out all this over time I'm sure of.




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09 Mar 2017 22:41:41
I personally think he walks into our starting 11. However I also think there is no chance of him signing for us.




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07 Mar 2017 15:16:21
Or a sign he's bought into what Everton are building towards an wants to be part of it.

Everyone on his back saying he wants to show himself on the next platform. Only but praise for him to do that. So hopefully within a year or two that can be with us.





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30 Jan 2017 15:36:24
Thanks add put my mind to rest haha




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28 Jan 2017 21:21:15
I'm a fan of McCarthy and I agree with bigduncsmum . Koeman likes hard work and Jimmy mc has plenty of that and will be vital in more away games when we sit on the counter press high n counter attack.

But I also can see this is MS so maybe if we get somewhere near the 20 mark he could go.

However it is a department we are strongest in. I would like to see him stay. If he wants to move to play good luck to the lad I haven't got a bad word to say about him.




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02 Aug 2016 15:37:21
Niasse new 5 year deal that. Imagine!





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21 Mar 2017 15:48:13
Degsy what a point that is mate. I agree completely give Barkley the contract as no matter what we pay him. We will have to come up with a few of around 40million and the same wages we are going to offer him to replace him.

Also the kid is a scouser a home grown English. That sort of player becomes vital when meeting the requirements for europe.




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07 Mar 2017 15:14:51
I was a big fan of Luke Shaw before he went so I'm in your boat with get him in. Something clearly gone wrong at united for him but it did for MS so I don't honk it will be down to attitude. But I do understand he's on a huge contract.

So could be a few £££s to get him through the door. But I like the look of a few of our young lads coming through so you just don't know what Koeman or Walsh have up there sleeve. But yeah I think it's a great shout pal.




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07 Feb 2017 13:47:54
If it's been finalised happy days! I am hearing its 65,000 seater. This could be the start of a super club in the making with a stadium like that and a hungry owner.

It's a great era to be blue! I am certainly looking forward to this ride! I haven't seen much success but seen us on the brink.

Can't wait to see us get there!

Up the toffees.




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07 Feb 2017 12:21:25
Did cottee score more than 20? I'm not sure he did surely someone has since Linaker?

Please correct me if I'm wrong.




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07 Feb 2017 12:07:15
Seems we are all split I like the idea of the way things are going behind the scenes. I'm also hearing the plans for the stadium have been finalised for 65k seater on the dock.

Wonder if any of the Eds can confirm this or just rumours. This was the talk all round Goodison on Saturday anyway.

But hopefully Rom can see what's going on and see the direction. But he doesn't strike me as the patient player. Withoufh champions league footy he could be gone.

However that is a great point about Aguero. Hopefully Rom stays and keeps up performances like Saturday.

Who was the last player to score 25 in the league for us? I'm going to stick my neck out and say it was before my time. As I was born in the 90s haha.

Cheers lads.