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30 Sep 2017 08:52:32
The supporters aren't helping. The game against limasoll. The atmosphere was dead. It was as if the away supporters just showed up. Bitch and moan on here and to your mates whatever. But when it comes to the games we need to be chanting. If we don't it adds an enormous amount of pressure on the players. Constricting the flow of creativity and playing confident football. People may think they are doing right by not chanting and showing the management and players they aren't happy.

But end of the day it really isn't helping the 11 on the pitch. I know its hard to sing at the top of our voices when you're watching utter crap. But it's what we need to do. Get behind the boys get some confidence back in the team and give them some reassurance we still here, we still love the club and we right behind them all the way.



1.) 30 Sep 2017 09:42:36
Been thinking this for months. The players don't play with confidence as they're are scared stiffless of getting a rollocking from the fans.

2.) 30 Sep 2017 09:43:52
Been saying this for months. The players aren't playing with any confidence as they're scared stiffless of getting a rollocking from the fans.

3.) 30 Sep 2017 11:19:17
Chaps, the atmosphere has been on the wain (apart from odd game) since DMs time. but it's amplified recently. Expectations were raised after RMs bumper season. Again under koeman, and following the summer spending spree, expectations rose further again. it's a little like a series of false starts. a lot of us remember glory days. and witnessed them but a lot of fans only ever heard the stories. it's pure frustration. so I can understand it. but it's a viscous cycle and doesn't help at the game. in fact it's almost embarrassing. Regardless of form if u go the game fans need to get behind the 11 lads on the pitch. and stop the booing. or go and support an other team.

4.) 30 Sep 2017 12:02:19
I have been moaning about the poor support for a few years now. Goodison has become toxic, for me it has happened since our attendances have risen. I think it's due to a new generation of fans who have never seen us win anything. (For a reference point I have only seen us win the FA Cup, and I was 7 back then) . However, you can't blame the fans for being quiet when you take into account the performances recently, even considering the additional expectation. For me the buck stops with Koeman and his stubborn tactics, and of course the players.

5.) 30 Sep 2017 13:09:19
The atmosphere is waning everywhere in football. I grew up watching Everton during the late 80s and 90s and the game has changed dramatically not necessarily for the better with commerciality and global branding being the main objectives. My mates are United fans and last match they where told off for singing in the stands this is a symbol of modern day football.

{Ed025's Note - i can see that bravo mate..

6.) 30 Sep 2017 16:16:52
You need the performance to be better to get the crowd going, backwards, sideways boring football that is so slow and lethargic it puts you in a trance.
If you go to a boxing match and both fighters are slow and cagey you wouldn't cheer them on so why would football be different, the performances we have had so far we might as well watch cricket!

{Ed025's Note - i love cricket gray..

7.) 01 Oct 2017 00:16:22
To the original post. completely think of the opposite of everything u said. We are fans an we want what we pay for I personally paid over £1500 to go to Atalanta I go every week. When we are paying are on we'll earned money an we are getting performances like we are. We have every right to moan an he frustrated and it's not just aimed at the players it starts from the top down. I think Highly of koemans reputation and would love to give the benefit of the doubt but it's hard when we as a team as a squad as a clue we look lazy we have no direction no purpose. Things. Red to change an change quick. The Bournemouth game was the nail in the coffin for me and I think everyone at the club felt the same. Koeman looked like a man who had had a warning in work that if he doesn't improve he will be sacked and he knows niasse saved his skin. Look back at the reaction when we scored big dunc to koeman. But this goes way deeper than that. unless we change thins an do it quickly we're in for a long hard season. From the optimisium of the beginning of transfer window to the reality of now it feels worlds apart. we need pace an the youth are the only hope we've got of offering this. Youth won't turn it round but it can't do any worse tha. The current. an breathe. come on Everton these are rubbish 😀😀😀.

8.) 01 Oct 2017 10:12:01
Rules are killing the game as well, nothing better than a good solid tackle to get the crowd pumped. Most tackles are penalised now even when good, for one rule or another, then add the refs crap performance and we have a uninspired crowd that the team can not even get going with such poor performances.

Combination of everything.

9.) 02 Oct 2017 00:12:19
We're not getting paid to go and cheer, Everton fans are proper fans, not like half of Lpool an Newcastle fans with the scarves, we go to watch football and react accordingly, give us passion and good football and Goodison will rock, give us miserable rubbish and expect the same in return, the players/ manager are earning 1-8mil a year, but it's the fans fault for not being blindfully exstatic?

10.) 05 Oct 2017 23:49:31
Mowfee82. We moan because we care. I considered myself a average player but did okay. See my posts.



30 Jul 2017 15:15:15
I've heard that the money plus player is only a loan deal and not permanently.
Any clarification eds. Thanks x.


{Ed025's Note - if he is part of any deal i would expect it to be permanent myself mowfee mate..

1.) 30 Jul 2017 15:27:27
Oh shame. I quite liked him. So what then is the price going to be. 30 plus Connelly = 50 million.
He's one for the future. Now I'm thinking how to evaluate an up and coming English Defender. I wouldn't want Everton to put up more than 30 cash upfront. Even writing that I'm not particularly happy with the deal.

{Ed025's Note - if it does come to fruition mowfee it will still be over £40m as well i would expect mate..

2.) 30 Jul 2017 15:58:19
Dont like the idea at all. Would rather loan him out and meet the asking price then lose a young lad with potential to save 5 to 10m. Could end up with a dier/ mustafi situation. Youth is priceless in my eyes.

3.) 30 Jul 2017 16:01:50
Cheers ed for your reply. The more I think about it the more I hate the deal. I think Swansea are getting a cracking deal at 45/ 50 mill cash. Now 40 plus Connelly. They getting an even better deal. WHAT THE HELL. I'd rather Everton just pay th 50 mill and keep Connelly.

{Ed025's Note - it will depend on how highly koeman rates connelly mowfee, if he is not part of his future plans then its a decent deal for everyone mate..

4.) 30 Jul 2017 16:05:47
Sorry still going on about it. 2 or 3 years time they'll sell him for 30 Mill at least. Who ever come up with this potential deal. I'm sorry has got it seriously wrong.

{Ed025's Note - but your guessing mate, im sure ronnie and unsy will have discussed the pro,s and con,s of how important he is to the present and future squad mowfee and i trust them to make the right decision..

5.) 30 Jul 2017 16:14:50
The player has made his intentions known to Swansea so let them stew on it and see how long they want to put up with the uncertainty. What Clement said yesterday has only put them all under pressure. Very naive. This one will go one way, and that is Sigurdsson joining us with Swansea settling for less than £50 million. They are rushing the deal. Everton are showing a cool head here and for once it looks like we are in the driving seat and not Swansea.

{Ed025's Note - i agree ace..

6.) 30 Jul 2017 19:28:27
Well if Connolly is part of the deal I hope we insert a buy back and/ or sell on clause.

{Ed025's Note - i would hope that would be a given ST..

7.) 31 Jul 2017 01:10:36
Just pay the 50mil and keep Connelly, we can make 5 or 10 mil on the price for Barkley and McCarthy.

8.) 31 Jul 2017 07:27:33
Swansea do not want to sell, would you if he was the difference between survival in a very lucrative Premier League and dropping out, well worth 50 mill. So us in the driving seat remark is way off, only correct if it is the back seat driver.

9.) 31 Jul 2017 15:17:22
I disagree Bill. They are willing to sell, he said so in his interview. They just prefer him to stay. When they said it needs resolving quickly they put themselves under pressure for the first time. All the noises coming out of Swansea, whether it’s the club or the fans is that they know he will not be there so get the best price and get it quick.



29 Jul 2017 18:56:59
Not sure the "Just seen Sigursson in Liverpool" is true or not. But a source claimed he asked for an autograph but was refused because he was too busy trying to sort a €34 deal. Plus he said he thinks he seen Koeman.

Very suspicious since €34 million euros is what 30/ 31 sterling and he thinks he spotted Koeman. Well let's be fair here Koeman sticks out like a sore thumb. You can't mistake seeing or not seeing him.




26 Jul 2017 20:26:50
Koeman not sure if Everton will place another bid For Sigurdsson. Interesting what what.
That's a paper talking. But I have watched Koeman saying Ross has no future at Everton. So it's find another team or rot in the U23's.
Ross what a plank.


1.) 26 Jul 2017 21:20:55
I can't fathom Barkley out Mowfee82. He needs a new challenge (allegedly) . As someone has already said "were having a party and he wants to leave when we're getting the ale out". Strange boy guided by an even stranger agent.

2.) 26 Jul 2017 21:56:38
Agree jimmyc but I also think it looks like him and RK just don't get on. Has to be a big factor too.

3.) 27 Jul 2017 05:35:09
What i find baffling about Ross's comment is how he need a NEW challenge when he hasn't finished the one he started at Everton yet! Hardly stand out last season.
Like going for your dessert after eating half your main course.
He seems to have had his head turned from somewhere anyway, hope for the lads sake he doesn't follow in the footsteps of Fabien Delph, Wayne Bridge, Scott Sinclair and Jack Rodwell. ETC!

4.) 27 Jul 2017 05:50:03
I just think he needs out of Merseyside for personal reasons. Don't know what it is but something's not right.

5.) 27 Jul 2017 07:28:35
I think Ace is correct as like a few people I've heard his personal like isn't exactly rosy, someone told me he has not been on the town since the incident a while back which sounds like he may have some issues with a few people, not sure how true it is though as just a rumour.

Also I think he and RK don't get on simply because he isn't that good and RK told him so, he had chances and i'm not going to slag him off but hardly lit up Goodison

We will accept 25 million last day I reckon.

6.) 27 Jul 2017 12:15:22
Well, if we have to lose one, then don't let the door hit you on the ass ross, but before you committ career suiside, have a word with francis jeffers.

7.) 28 Jul 2017 23:36:14
Police investigation dropped as he wasn't willing to progress with charges after he took a smack 'unprovoked'
The type of people he has upset in Liverpool are probably one of if not the main reason he needs to move, some youngsters can't take to the fame and abuse the status they have with the 'do you know who I am' attitude with little to no respect for other peoples girlfriends.
I don't know if this is the exact reason for the 'new challenge' excuse, but to me it makes sense.



21 Jul 2017 11:07:14
Eds could you please shed some light to why the Sigurdssons transfer taking so long for a final outcome. So far all our business has been no messing. We want, we buy. Done.
As Sigurdsson's our top priority player. Surely you want him in asap, getting settled and on tour with us. Obviously this hasn't happened and I feel bad for him. His head is probably thinking "what the hell" he ditched to go on tour with Swansea last minute quite literally and now training with the U23's. If we ever do sign him. He's now 2 months behind the rest of everybody else fitting in and getting acquainted. As a supporter to me it looks like a lot of messing around. We've had Lukaku's money equal 3/ 4's of what we spent so far. So surely money isn't an issue. We've known the price for him 50 million and we know Swansea are being stubborn about it. So Everton have 2 choices pay or walk away. I just hope this isn't some tactic to have the deadline day headliner. We all know about the possible transfer so to me it would be a frustrated sigh of relief "finally" and not joys and woohoo's.

Now I've wrote this as a supporter of Everton for 23 years. So I don't know what goes on in the background. Like I said this post like every other post is just a supporters opinion on what we see.


{Ed002's Note - Easy. Nobody has made an acceptable bid.}

1.) 21 Jul 2017 11:17:41
Do you know of any new player interest ed mate?

{Ed002's Note - I think much will depend on whether or not a deal can be struck for Sigurdsson Joe. Aside from that we are back to the Giroud situation which will likely need Arsenal to be well on the trail of signing another striker - and they are now heading that way.}

2.) 21 Jul 2017 11:33:39
Haha having a melt down here ed02😁.

I understand what you say ed about the fee being agreed. And I get I can sit here and spend Moshiri's money with a click of my fingers.
It's just confusing and I guess frustrating how all Evertons other signings have come across as "Thats the asking price. There you go" But the priority target. The one we'd want in first to settle its like we're dawdling.

Don't shout at me ed hahaha. Just a passionate supporter. I've never been more excited over a new season. And you're probably right getting too excited.

Keep up the brilliant work. I love this site 🤗.

{Ed002's Note - I understand that it is frustrating but the club need to keep spending in check.}

3.) 21 Jul 2017 12:59:07
Thing is mate, who says Sigurdssons our main target, the rags might but I am sure R K knows better time will tell, at the end of the day so far our business has been great cheers, GuernseyBlue.

4.) 21 Jul 2017 15:01:03
EFC are in quite a strong position for a deal Mowfee. Siggy has shown his interest in joining us by not wanting to go on tour. Swansea won't want to be accepting an offer in the last week of the window and have 40 mill or so to get in a replacement but no time to do it. If Siggy goes and they do not strengthen properly they could risk a relegation scrap they may not be able to get out of this time. They also won't want a player there next season who's head has been messed with over a failed transfer.

5.) 21 Jul 2017 15:53:29
we have chased the player since last summer (gylfi) i mean so you can sort of say conclusively that we are after him and the fact that he has shown a willingness to move to us confirms we have been in contact with his people. however common sense has to be applied in anything you do in life. even if it hardly shows in the prem these days. he simply isn't worth the price it's that simple . i know a lot of fans like him i do myself but the delay is confirmation that we are unwilling to meet the asking price. i would guess that we are waiting to see what gylfi can do his end to force the deal thru. when they gave him assurances on him signing recent improved terms they will have told him, they would not stand in his way if a reasonable offer came in as we probs would have done with the belgian guy if he had been 1% more likely to sign an extension. all that being said swans have stood in his way and priced him out of a move to anywhere. so the ball is in his court,

6.) 21 Jul 2017 17:12:23
Swansea will have a price to sell and that won't be the price in the media. Until someone bids that amount they will not let him go. It's the same situation as Barkley and lukaku.

7.) 21 Jul 2017 18:36:45
I'd expect they want a bit of clarity on Barkley and other transfers (left sided defender) before upping their bid. If Ross stays then that gives us Barkley, Klaasen, Rooney and maybe Dowell who can play at number 10. Is it really worth blowing the rest of the summer budget on one player who we don't really need?

8.) 21 Jul 2017 18:59:05
What is our budget? I know there are other costs associated with signings but if we look at incomings and outgoings we haven't actually spent a massive amount so I would expect Koeman and Walsh have some other targets bubbling under the radar.

9.) 24 Jul 2017 14:19:25
Correct me if I'm wrong. But we still have best part of 50mill sitting in a safe from the stones sale. Lukaku sale 75mill +adds. We are still in profit from all signings made this summer. Plus money from Moshiri. Plus tv. Plus finishing 7th. If we wanted I'm sure we could spend a lot more money than we are letting on. Activate neymars release claus I say haha.

10.) 25 Jul 2017 15:51:49
yeh rik-efc you are wrong in the sense that we have had 2 more high profile cash injections from usmanov (naming rites on training ground) and another from a banker who is a yank? altho he could be chinese would have to check on that . but everything else you said is right.




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10 Nov 2017 10:27:37
I have some bad news. It's just been announced that the original link between us and Simeone was a typo. Everton are actually linked with someone. Sorry 😣.




08 Nov 2017 21:57:26
We should stick in a very good bid for Chelsea's Batshuayi. We should have before the season even started. Anyway manager we get is going to want him. If you stick him in the same role as Lukaku and just feed him balls, he'll score allday. Mirallas on the left Lennon or Lookman on the right Siggs number 10 and Davies and Gueye supporting him. Schneiderlin can also feed balls upfront too. I thought we were heavily linked. Or was that paper rubbish.


{Ed002's Note - He is not a centre forwatd, has just joined Chelsea and is of zero interest to Everton.}

1.) 09 Nov 2017 08:50:22
ED02 can I ask what position he is then as I always thought he was a striker and there was rumours they would ket him go in the summer and as conte has overlooked him a few times isn't there a chance he will want to move with the world cup coming up.

{Ed002's Note - Batshuayi can play as a striker or in a forward position behind or with a centre forward where he is best used - and where he prefers to play and where most of his goals come from. As an out and out striker on his own he tends to get lost which is why Belgium typically play him with Mertens.}

2.) 09 Nov 2017 09:51:38
What position is he then ed002?
not a marky dig just a query.

3.) 09 Nov 2017 11:24:34
fair enough ED02 still think he might move but more likely to a European team as not sure he really enjoys the hustle of the premiership.

{Ed002's Note - Why are you expecting him to move? There is no plan for him to move and Chelsea already have a shortage of forwards and are working on adding one in January.}

4.) 09 Nov 2017 18:32:11
just an impression I get I don't think conte rates him too highly as he has left him out while morata was injured prefering to play hazard.



08 Nov 2017 21:35:53
To BigDuncs. How can anyone say the next manager will get rid of them three players. No one knows who the next bloody manager is. So how on earth can they predict such a ridiculous statement.


1.) 09 Nov 2017 09:51:32
I'm interested now. Who disagreed? Do you know something. We don't know.

2.) 09 Nov 2017 10:23:05
Your right there mate, usual tripe appearing on here from so called managers at the club, as you say we can all dream but no one apart from the board can possibly know what's happening, we will all have to wait and see, but who ever it is will definitely draw in the normal negatives, happy days.



04 Nov 2017 07:14:25
So according to the press Unsworth has said Sandro has struggled to adapt to Premiership football. So either he's missing home or literally he can't adapt to Premiership football. Well if it's the later one. Of course he's struggling. Everton are rubbish right now. How can any adapt playing for a team that's playing shit. Rumour says he could leave in January. I hope not and once this debacle for a season has stopped then hopefully he can find form. This better not be a Niasse situation all over again. I hate being an Everton fan right now its a complete mess. i'm ashamed to call myself a Blue.


1.) 04 Nov 2017 07:58:06
I totally agree Mowfee82
I been going since 59 I think and this is the worst by far
I have just read that BBC Panorama are doing a two part documentary on Moshiri and Usmanov on Mon!
I can think of no other club who for first time in decades had some money and got into this mess.
Supporters from all clubs moan but there is something deep seated wrong at Everton.
Everyone has blamed the players but the whole board are to blame for many disgraceful decisions culiminating in the Lukaku debacle .
In July 2017 my aim was top 4 my dream win the league
In Nov 2017 my aim Finnish 4 th bottom
My nightmare we are relegated.
A clean sweep is needed
The whole board are a disgrace and should be ashamed of themselves.
How many sets of fans would be as tolerant as we are being
What is the answer?

2.) 04 Nov 2017 07:49:13
Then go support someone else. Sorry to be so harsh but that is a ridiculous statement. How can you be ashamed to be an Everton fan.

3.) 04 Nov 2017 08:25:49
We are BIGDUNCSMUM the laughing stock of the league . I am visiting down south at mo and the only talk is of us blues and that we are a disgrace .
They can’t understand why we putting up with it .
Anyway I have sympathy for Moyfee remark and remember we are all frustrated and angry at the moment and to be fair to him the board have acted totally incompetently over many years.

4.) 04 Nov 2017 09:39:35
Trebor, you "can think of no other club who for first time in decades had some money and got into this mess. " QPR, Leeds, Blackburn, Villa, Sunderland?
And I'm sorry, but if your aim was top 4, it was unrealistic. We all dream of winning the league, but we have to have rational targets as well as aspirational ones. If we set these ridiculous bars for "success" then everything feels like failure.
Too many comments on here about how this is the worst it's every been. Absolute rubbish. Do you not remember the very real expectation of relegation on the final day of the season? How was that season not worse than this? We have had far worse squads than this. I would go further - most of our squads over the last 25 years have been worse than this. If you've been going since 1959, then you must remember the days of Ablett, Samways, et al? Or when our star signing was Andy van der Meyde? The decade when we had ONE top half finish and escaped relegation twice by one place? With no real hope of proper investment or improvement? Jesus, blues, stop wallowing and get your heads up! Times are bad but we've been through worse and there is hope and scope for improvement.

5.) 04 Nov 2017 10:16:58
I accept all that COYB I think what I was trying to say was my aim and definitely my dream were just that aims which we should all aspire to and dreams because without them why bother BUT I DID COME ON HERE AND SAY WE MUST BE REALISTIC as others were talking of top 4
By worst team ( you are correct I have known far worse teams talent wise and I was at Wimbledon game ) I mean the whole club as a team and also given we had a huge amount of money to spend .
The management made many mistakes the biggest as we all know being Lukaku sale but the players possibly through little fault of their own are not performing given their obvious talent .
What Steve Walsh does is anyone’s guess and it’s the whole package of little said about the ground issue
Form of players and tactics being used .
We do have a very talented squad COYB compared to many previous squads but they not performing . As Kevin Radcliffe said yesterday he cannot think of a worse team performing in the whole Prem!
I think this is what I was trying to say
Yes we got far better players now but they not playing for the Blue shirt .

6.) 04 Nov 2017 12:59:18
That is the big issue guys. Everyone goes on about no number 9s but we've got 4. Niasse, Rooney, DCL and Sandro. They say we have no pace but we've got Sandro, Vlasic, mirallas, Lennon and lookman and to some extent Niasse. We have some of the best midfielders in the league apart from the top 5/ 6. What we need is a manager and team that can come in with a plan, stick to it and we will fly up the league. The Xmas period will be key due to the number of games played in such a short time. This is where teams gain or lose massively so as long as we're sorted managerially by then we will be fine.



03 Nov 2017 07:15:54
Koeman got the blame and sacked. Now Unsworth is getting some stick so I can't see him becoming the full time manager. I'm sorry but this is Steve Walsh's fault. He knew Lukaku was going months in advance and never signed a replacement. Koeman kept saying in interviews "I need a striker. " Giroud was supposedly in Everton HQ and ready sign but changed his mind last minute, so doing a "Barkley" and would rather stay and earn a fantastic wage doing sod all.


1.) 03 Nov 2017 08:47:57
Unsworth does'nt deserve the stick he's getting, it's down to the players and the fools that spent 150 million on rubbish. williams say's that the team caused koeman's sacking, so it's Rhinos turn now.
whoever takes over this shambles have there work cut out for them.
if everton was a car it would be a total writeoff.

{Ed025's Note - its such a hard job though leinster, if your strict you get accused of being aloof and alienating the players, if your sympathetic you are then too soft and trying to be one of the boys so its very tricky, david will not be getting the gig as the hierarchy are panicking and wont allow him the time, that may actually be a blessing for the guy who is on a hiding to nothing mate..

2.) 03 Nov 2017 11:46:10
I actually blame both as koeman and Walsh would get together and discuss targets then I believe it was koeman who had the final say which is why he lost his job and Walsh is still employed I just hope moshiri has read him the riot act and his is on a final warning not to mess up in January as if he doesn't get us a decent striker in I think that could spell the end for Walsh.

3.) 03 Nov 2017 12:13:29
Simple concept Ed at work do as your told (I will explain best I can) and think of me what you want but do it.




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23 Aug 2017 19:32:40
100 and 10 percent agree with you TrueBlue. Dembele 32 goals or Jimenez 1 in 4 is it 🤔. I thought Sigurdsson was a hefty price but proven. Dembele can score we've all seen him do it but possibly a punt. Although I don't see it as that. Or Jimenez sadly I can't add much more to it.




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21 Aug 2017 07:53:14
I agree with Ed. Please keep it Everton related. If you think he's hot then that's your opinion. A lot of us just want to know if he can play good football. 😃😉.




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15 Aug 2017 18:33:13
I think there was a news article today ed.


{Ed002's Note - I would not have seen that.}



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12 Aug 2017 11:32:06
Yes Is a an excellent contribution for Everton football club. Freeing up some space and making way for Someone else. Really good of him. Boy did good.




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31 Jul 2017 20:20:07
I wouldn't worry Mr Howard. I don't think we are going to gather in a line and walk off a cliff. It's not that dramatic.





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18 Nov 2017 03:33:48
If Niasse isn't the best player then god knows what you're saying about the rest of the team. Niasse has been our star player. Some may argue Calvert-lewin. His attitude for a start has been of a saint. I don't think I could of coped without a hissy fit being dropped to the U23's. And he still gives his all on the pitch and puts him top scorer.




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14 Nov 2017 23:13:10
No messing there Ed!




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13 Nov 2017 19:00:21
I think I read Neymar is on 88p a second and £53.29 a minute. So that equates to £3197.44 an hour and £76,738.57 a day. Weekly that is £537,170 and finally £2,327,736 a month. So I totally understand why he doesn't want to watch videos of the next opposition.




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13 Nov 2017 18:41:26
Sadly Nick. You might be right. Rumours have it, that he gets the team to watch endless videos of the opposition and that he works the team to the bone on the training ground.




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09 Nov 2017 10:23:51
How was it lucky. We haven't won a game from being 2-0 down in years.
Please explain why it was lucky. As mentioned. Heads could of dropped. They didn't and the team fought hard. I don't get how it was lucky.