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13 Jan 2017 07:50:51
A £15 mill asking price for Depay puts him in the bracket of Niasse, so maybe a clue why only Lyon have shown permanent transfer interest. Walshes input and influence taking hold already perhaps and more (surprises) to come.


{Ed002's Note - That is far from what Lyon has offered for him.}

1.) 13 Jan 2017 08:19:24
Ed if we don't sign depay do u know of any other wingers we would possibly look at signing

{Ed002's Note - Lookman has already signed and it was suggested yesterday that Cafu might be an option.}

2.) 13 Jan 2017 10:32:31
I think Depay will probably go somewhere on deadline day and most likely on loan if United haven't shifted him elsewhere by then.

3.) 13 Jan 2017 10:40:50
Ed out of curiousity what kind of offer do you think Lyon have made if any for Memphis? You would think United might eventually loan him he is a gamble at the perceived valuation close to 20?

{Ed002's Note - I don't want to get in to the money too much but Manchester United do not want to loan him - they really want to sell him. Lyon has made an offer and I suspect Manchester United will look for a way to make that work - perhaps add ons of some type, squeeze a couple of million euros more out of them or whatever. The critical thig is that nobody except Lyon has talked about buying him.}

4.) 13 Jan 2017 12:29:04
Ed is their a specific reason why Utd are looking to sell him off rather than loan him out?

{Ed002's Note - Yes, he has no future there.}

5.) 13 Jan 2017 13:08:35
Great. Thanks Ed.

6.) 13 Jan 2017 13:15:46
So with everyone else looking at just a loan are they all just straight loans without an option to buy at the end? If the boy has no future then I get they want shot but would a loan with option to buy at the end not be another alternative?

{Ed002's Note - They are not interested in loaning him out - I am struggling to see why this is so difficult to understand. They wish to sell the footballer.}

7.) 13 Jan 2017 13:41:59
I understood that to be the case and agree with you Ed002, just making a comparison between him and Niasse.

{Ed002's Note - There is no comparison.}

8.) 13 Jan 2017 14:35:42
hmmm. but okay.

9.) 13 Jan 2017 14:50:02
I totally understand that they wish to sell and I am sure in the perfect world we would have wanted to sell Niasse but have done a loan with option to buy.
Let's say for arguments sake they want £18m but nobody wants to pay that could a solution not be that someone says ok let us loan him and if he impresses then we can buy for said figure!
Or is the situation now that if they don't get a better offer they will take what Lyon has offered.
We don't always get what we want.

{Ed002's Note - There seems to be a certain futility in me saying yet again that they don't want to loan the player out - and this is what interested sides, including Everton have been told. So right now they are talking to a side who is interested in buying the player - which is what they want. And they will be attempting to get to some kind of agreement.}

10.) 13 Jan 2017 15:54:22
Mourinho is not soft and i know he wants to sell Depay, but if he can't sell him he will always loan a player to a club that he thinks might be able to get results against other sides to help his own. So you never know.

{Ed002's Note - That is absolute nonsense - sorry, you are just making this stuff up.}

11.) 13 Jan 2017 16:00:55
But if everyone is put off by his apparent 'dip' in form and nobody offers United the money they require then just MAYBE they will have no option other than to loan him out. At least that way someone else pays the wages (or a part of) and there is a chance his profile can increase again and they get the fee they require.

{Ed002's Note - It must be embarrassing for the clubs like Everton who enquired and said no then.}

12.) 13 Jan 2017 16:07:36
Why embarrassing. They want a certain amount. WE value him at a certain amount and would prefer to 'try before we buy' after his poor performance to date in Premier League.

Not sure why that would be embarrassing.

But i suppose we will all find out if he is sold or loaned in due course eh

{Ed002's Note - Everton don't "value him at a certain amount" - why are you even getting the Kleenex out about him in any case?}

13.) 13 Jan 2017 16:25:37
Don't value him at a certain amount?

So clubs don't have their own idea of what a players value is to them and what they are prepared to pay?

And no kleenex - if he comes and it works then great. If it doesn't happen and we get someone else so be it.

{Ed002's Note - Everton made an approach about a loan and were told no. There was no discussion about any price or anything else. And that was the end of it. This is quite frankly ridiculous.}

14.) 13 Jan 2017 16:34:10
You must be right then if you are aware of exactly what the conversation was.
As i said before Ed i suppose we will see

15.) 13 Jan 2017 18:14:10
Ok Ed so from what you know was the Everton offer merely to loan or a loan to buy type scenario?
If it was purely a loan with no intention to buy then I can understand you taking some issue However if it was a loan to buy scenario then surely they may revisit.
Unless the guy is that rubbish that they are concerned that anyone seeing him play will then run for the hills and rate him as only worth a tenner! Then I can understand why they wouldn't consider any sort of loan!

{Ed002's Note - I have explained - loan.}

16.) 13 Jan 2017 18:18:46
It is not so much down to dip in form or playing time it is more down to how much the team wanting him value him at. Schneiderlin has played as little as depay but Everton didn't ask for a loan because they value the player. Depay is a risk and therefore only want to loan not buy to eradicate their doubts. Man u don't want to loan as Ed said so they are only interested in talking to clubs who wish to buy. If they did loan him out they would still be in the same position in the summer.

17.) 13 Jan 2017 22:41:37
True Smit but he may have showcased his talents in the loan spell generating more interest to buy him, just my thoughts



11 Jan 2017 22:11:13


{Ed025's Note - no no no..

1.) 12 Jan 2017 00:06:31
You listening to Meghan Trainor Ed?



04 Jan 2017 21:33:55
Bolasie out till 2018, stuff me. Now he is an asset that will be missed. Hopefully Mr Walsh and Mr Koeman already have irons in the fire.


1.) 05 Jan 2017 12:37:50
Personally, i don't see him in an Everton shirt again. Feel for the bloke.

{Ed025's Note - he will be back lewis..




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16 Jan 2017 13:27:47
What a cracker of a day my beloved COYB's give me a 4 - 0 win and our beloved Daughter 9 hours later gives us a new Grand Daughter. Albeit her Partner is a rabid RS but I forgive him.


1.) 16 Jan 2017 14:23:30
Congradulations mate. It was indeed a great day.

2.) 16 Jan 2017 14:41:47
Congratulations MEverton

3.) 16 Jan 2017 14:55:31
Well I very much doubt anyone can have a better day than that MEverton. Congratulations for your new addition and best wishes to the new mum and dad and the New Evertonian.

4.) 16 Jan 2017 15:00:24
Congatulations to all, another little Blue.
I've always thought Gwladys is a nice name if dad is a red.

5.) 16 Jan 2017 14:50:56
Well done Mrs MEverton

6.) 16 Jan 2017 20:44:15
hail hail mate.

{Ed025's Note - yeah great stuff M..

7.) 16 Jan 2017 20:49:05
Congrats Meverton!



16 Jan 2017 13:27:47
What a cracker of a day my beloved COYB's give me a 4 - 0 win and our beloved Daughter 9 hours later gives us a new Grand Daughter. Albeit her Partner is a rabid RS but I forgive him.


1.) 16 Jan 2017 13:46:06
Congratulaions, mate

2.) 16 Jan 2017 14:00:29
Congratulation M.



15 Jan 2017 22:42:52
Bloody eck, wonder of wonders we are on first on Motd.




14 Jan 2017 23:41:48
Moyes should have stayed with us. Too late now I know and with respect and what I have seen, would not swap him for RK. Nevertheless a case of overstretch.


1.) 15 Jan 2017 08:27:59
in that vain we should of held on to Kendall (god rest his soul) and Harvey with all our might

2.) 15 Jan 2017 10:33:55
Didn't say we should have held onto him, choice is up to the individual. What I said was he should have stayed with us, he chose not to. There is a difference.

3.) 15 Jan 2017 10:55:37
He followed his head and not his heart. Sadly he was the only one who couldn't see he was going to get screwed.

I feel no pity for him at all not because he left but because he chose to slag us off afterwards. For that reason alone he deserves to find himself in the mess he is in. Sunderland will totally screw up his CV if they go down,

4.) 15 Jan 2017 11:39:09
Hi Grumpy think you are right mate he did good for us but at the end he showed his true colours, hope he gets what he deserves cheers, GuernseyBlue

5.) 15 Jan 2017 12:28:20
it's our past and a part not even worth remembering when we are taking huge steps forward

but sunderland fans must feel like we did in the last 90's-early 00's they need to find stay a signing like kevin Campbell to save them

6.) 15 Jan 2017 12:53:41
How about this for a theory or off the grid thought. Our fortunes under Moyes lost direction once Irvine left to try Management and he (Moyes) brought Steve Round in. Irvine for me was always a 2IC, about the same as I view Martinez (a good coach that needs an overseer) , Steve Round a typical looks good on paper coach. Look how it turned out for all of them.



14 Jan 2017 23:35:08
anyone watch Hull v Bournmouth real time today. don't like to kick a man when he is down but Niasse, jeez. I am certain the guy is a ringer, because even Martinez and his staff's ability to turn a win into a loss could not have made that big a mistake. There is no way this fella could have been playing football and picked as player of the year in Russia, it just defies belief.





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16 Jan 2017 20:23:21
The way he, Schneiderlin and Davis worked together, releasing Barkley to do his thing, may have given second thoughts in Koeman's mind (that is if he was thinking of selling him in the first place) . I know also the Club are more professional than that but I also hope the performance didn't put thoughts in their heads that we may have done enough this window.




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16 Jan 2017 09:33:45
I agree King, what is the point in having a go at other Managers or Teams. Concentrate on our own. Great result yesterday but one game does not make us a great side suddenly.

What it does look like is that Koeman is getting us and to me he looks ahead of schedule, but two years he said and two years it will take. Best game I have seen us put together this season, unlike others I think that system suits Koemans style of play as well.




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15 Jan 2017 16:25:02
You get em everywhere, from Football to Votes and all the rest, they just don't think and just look how they react when you take them to task, mindless and ignorant. That was a wonderful performance, I nearly choked on my pint when I saw he had included Barry (respect but he is slowing up that is just a fact of life) and would have taken a draw. Once we started playing though and saw the determination I was really chuffed. RK for me is ahead of schedule, you have to wonder who else he and Mr Walsh have got up their sleeves.




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13 Jan 2017 22:09:56
This happens with some of these Oliver types, feed em once and the bowl comes out for more. A strange thing to say but don't concentrate on what is going on, on the pitch to much at the moment because you have to get the foundations right first, and in that we have made huge strides in just six months. Remember RK said two years, I believe him.




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13 Jan 2017 17:49:16
RK didn't name names, it is mind games is all or a gee up if you will, the guy is very professional in my view Our Ed is rather Rumbustious today/ this evening, chill pill perhaps.





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16 Jan 2017 20:44:22
The answer to that BlueJohn is that successive Managers and particularly Koeman have not seen the need to buy in a left back, indicating perhaps we already have them waiting in the wings.




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16 Jan 2017 20:42:01
Holgate or Stones. My opinion is Holgate, more versatile and quicker, also knows the 'if in doubt, kick it out' phrase. Stones is very good I have no doubt about that and City will get him playing but are the City faithful patient enough.




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16 Jan 2017 14:56:10
He is playing well because in my opinion he and Coleman are now in their best positions as wing backs. Both are much better attackers than defenders.




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16 Jan 2017 14:29:13
Robles then back 3 holgate Williams Mori, midfield 5, Coleman Davis Schneiderlin McArthy Baines, Barkley, Miralas, Lukaku. And then look at the bench, with hopefully more quality to come in this window. Good Summer Pre-Season and bring on 2017-18.




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16 Jan 2017 13:30:44
replace first then allow to leave.