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26 Jul 2018 13:22:35
Klassen on his way to Bremen this afternoon.

Svenny

1.) 26 Jul 2018 14:29:32
The transfer fee is reportedly around £12m with the potential to rise to over £13m, which is a big loss on the reported £23.6m paid last Summer.


2.) 26 Jul 2018 14:40:32
Don’t know anything about the fee I just know he’s taken off from Manchester airport and arrives at Bremen airport at 17.00 German time.

{Ed002's Note - Is it possible to fly direct from Manchester to Bremen?}


3.) 26 Jul 2018 14:53:10
On a citation I jet yes. It’s a flight time of around 1 and a half hours.

{Ed002's Note - I rater doubt he would be on a Citation 1 out of Manchester. So Twitter then.}


4.) 26 Jul 2018 14:57:05
would have to be private plane mate otherwise no you can't go direct.


5.) 26 Jul 2018 15:01:40
I work for the jet operator flying him so no, not Twitter. It is also Bremen who booked the flight not him. He’s traveling with 2 other people. One I believe is his girlfriend the other a gentleman by the name of Kaj Lerby I’m guessing. He is involved with Klassen rather than Bremen. Please note I’m breaking confidentiality agreement saying this so I will not go as far as to name my company.

{Ed002's Note - So, they found some 30 or 40 year old Citation 1 and rented it?}


6.) 26 Jul 2018 15:08:19
Feel ............

{Ed002's Note - No my question is about the Citation 1 - I don't even remember the last time I saw one for lease Svenny - the quit making them about 30 years or so ago and I don't recall flying on one since perhaps the early 90s.}


7.) 26 Jul 2018 15:21:56
It’d be appropriate if some of our surplus players were flown out on Fokker aircraft.


8.) 26 Jul 2018 15:23:22
First of all they went through a broker. The broker contacted us, our CJ1 happened to be in Northolt so we ferried up we are currently flying and then after dropping him off we are returning empty to Northolt for a flight we have tomorrow. Costs 10,200 euro but probably more once the broker added their commission to it. Our CJ1 is fairly old but it is a 2002 model. During this season if you want to fly private on a go now basis you take what’s available because not much is.

{Ed002's Note - Right it is a CJ1 not a Citation 1 - that makes far more sense.}


9.) 26 Jul 2018 15:29:14
Yes sorry I still call all our CJ fleet citations, old habit. It is pretty rare to get go now flights like this though for players normally a lot more scheduled than that. Not sure what the rush is either, it’s not deadline day.


10.) 26 Jul 2018 15:57:04
Fair play to you Svenny. That’s pretty good info there mate. I was going to ask you to look out for Yer Mina but now that Man U are interested it may be if he lands in Manchester it’s got little to do with us 😂.


11.) 26 Jul 2018 19:18:32
For large parts of that exchange I thought you were saying Citroen C1. That would have been a mammoth journey!


12.) 26 Jul 2018 19:26:34
Do you know if the fee goes up to 13 million if he starts a game?


 

 

02 May 2018 00:30:26
So since Big Sam has come in, he's signed Walcott and Tosun and Mangala on loan which didn't work. Points wise if the season started when he took over we'd be 6th. I don't want him to stay but when you look at it objectively what as fans our the expectations because, well, his signings have worked and he's taken a relegation threatened side to a top six side in one January transfer window.
I must stress I'm in the out side of the argument but I'm thinking the banners and general viterol is a bit harsh.

Svenny

1.) 02 May 2018 01:57:38
Agreed. Let’s enjoy two more games and look FORWARD to next year. If we allow this angst to consume us, we will all be in straight jackets by August

A great philosopher once sang “Don’t worry, be happy. ”

By the way if you’ve never heard Bobby McFerrin’s acapella version of Sunshine of Your Love, then you should have a listen.

Let’s lighten up Blues!


2.) 02 May 2018 07:49:23
Totally agree Svenny and New Blue in the U.


3.) 02 May 2018 09:54:57
Look if we had got to this position playing decent football then I don’t think this would even be an issue. The fact is the football is awful, and some of those wins could easily have been losses. We don’t dominate teams we bore them into submission. Now if people are happy to see us play like this all next season, then fine. But I will give it a miss thanks.
All the best.


4.) 02 May 2018 10:24:46
It's a catch 22 situation isn't it we are getting wins or points but the football being played is beyond awful, we pay our hard earned money to watch us and we should be able to at least get some enjoyment out of it instead of taking a duvet and pillow and falling asleep. We need a manager who will give us attractive football will have a go at the bigger teams and won't go for a draw away from home. Sam has done the job he's supposed to do and for that we should be grateful, but now we should move on and start a fresh next season.


5.) 02 May 2018 14:04:20
Agree with last two posters. If you're satisfied with points and NO entertainment whatsoever then maybe Allardyce is who you deserve.


6.) 02 May 2018 20:13:20
He will not be a success if he stays next season and we will find ourselves stagnating for yet another 12 months. I would bet my mortgage that given a full season we would not get top 6, beat the lower sides at home but go and play for a point away, and as for the top 6 teams just hope the negativity frustrates them enough to get a point whether it be home or away. Listen West Brom are after a manager and he suits them to a tee.


7.) 03 May 2018 07:59:24
So depressed being a blue at the moment. Sam will never win anything in the premiership as long as he has an aperture in his bottom! What makes these times much worse is the s@@@e actually look a good team and I cannot see them losing to a average Madrid team.
On a more positive note at least Steve Gerrard going to Rangers can stop Brendan Rodgers winning a title, he's done it before he can do it again!


8.) 03 May 2018 09:00:31
Love your positivity Lhrblue.


 

 

24 Oct 2017 12:39:41
Do we even know if Rhino wants it long term? He loves the club. If it doesn't work out that will most likely be his career at Everton over. I'm not sure he'd be willing to risk that. Sure he'll take it as a temporary but I'm not even sure he'd accept if it was offered long term.

Svenny

1.) 24 Oct 2017 12:57:37
I think he would rip your arm off for the job. I think he said after the Norwich game he would love the job but it's out of his hands. If he did get the job and it didn't work out, I'd like to see him kept at the club tho, back into the coaching set up.


2.) 24 Oct 2017 13:00:37
That is a major concern for me too. Unsworth has done a great job at U23 but I think with this current crop of players in the form they are giving him the job full time may not be the best for his long term progression. Would love to see him succeed though.


3.) 24 Oct 2017 14:55:04
He has stated he wants it.


4.) 24 Oct 2017 20:26:41
David comes over very confident that he can get Everton winning matches again he must of known of the problems with Koeman.


 

 

22 Oct 2017 22:18:38
So many long posts so I'll keep it short. Koeman is finished. Fans and players have no respect for whatever it is he's trying to achieve.
It's untenable now so let's just wait. He will not be our long term solution we all hoped he would be.

What we do have is a lot of half decent young players and older players who can and should be performing better. Let's do a Leicester, give it to a Unsworth as a stop gap, if it works then let him stay on until it doesn't. Staying up is now our main priority.

Svenny

 

 

31 Aug 2017 16:51:16
Due to confidentiality I can't say too much but very few private jet flights on stand by from mainland Europe to north west England. It's actually been an incredibly quiet day for jets.
With that in mind it's highly unlikely us, reds, city or united will be signing anyone from the continent. I don't have access to internal uk flights unfortunately. If we are (and personally I don't think we will) signing someone I'm fairly confident it will be domestically. If there was plans for someone from Europe clubs would have at least asked for options and to hold certain routes.

Svenny

{Ed001's Note - no one needs to fly anywhere to be signed.}


1.) 31 Aug 2017 18:30:47
I don't get you? Club representatives will be in that respected country . Ready to do deal . no jets needed 😃🤣.


2.) 31 Aug 2017 18:35:02
Well they do for medicals. This was not just an Everton post it was basically saying that from the transportation side everything is extremely quiet.

{Ed001's Note - they can do a medical where the player is, like they did with Ox last night.}


3.) 31 Aug 2017 19:53:16
Well in previous years lots of jets have been put on standby. Today there is barely any. I work in this industry just saying what I see. It's not a dig or being negative i'm just saying historically they fly players over. Maybe because of the international break it's different but I'm only passing on information about flights.

{Ed025's Note - the international break may have a lot to do with that svenny mate..


 

 

 

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03 Nov 2018 21:12:02
Ok elephant in the room. Squad looking a lot better, football is a lot more entertaining to watch, owner is willing to spend, plans of new stadium set to be handed in to council in 6 months time. Of course we want to win things but realistically we should be a feel good club right now, yet still the atmosphere at Goodison is so dull. All this "the fans should have their say on the stadium design" and I read fans saying it needs to be this or that so it's a cauldron of noise, we are sooooooo quiet. We never used to be, the last 4 seasons though is so quiet, regardless of opponent or result. What's happened?

Svenny

1.) 03 Nov 2018 22:26:11
My take svenny is that people have felt so let down (perceived) by their Team in recent seasons when protests have taken the form of flying a plane banner to even at home booing their own players (uncalled for in my view) , that they have been drained. We now 11 games in are showing what a Team we can be, so the pessimists are biting tongues and others keeping powder dry. Personally though mate I was shouting myself to voice loss today. A slight stretch I know but this is looking more and more like a Howard team of the 80's and it is as I say only 11 games in.


2.) 04 Nov 2018 10:33:23
The Brighton fans were loud and proud from beginning to end and made far more noise than our 30,000 did. They were singing “this is a library” for ages.


 

 

14 Aug 2018 00:33:00
So after apparently ruining the transfer market for all English clubs and playing pretty well with 10 men, how important is 3 points on Saturday? Lot of fans saying give it time, patience etc, the problem when you recruit the numbers we have in the last 3 windows non Evertonians and the media will start pilling pressure on. I think it's a must win game if we are to have a genuine crack at top 6. Although it seems that goal isn't unanimous either.
What do you lads think we should be aiming for and what would you feel if we didn't get 3 points on Saturday?

Svenny

1.) 14 Aug 2018 06:59:45
If we didn’t get 3 points on Saturday I will be my normal self after a loss, pretty inconsolable. As for expectations, I’d be happy with 7th and a gap between us and 8th. With a smaller gap to 6th. With some exciting football to watch each week along the way would be a great season for me.

{Ed025's Note - i would be well happy with that ace..


2.) 14 Aug 2018 09:23:12
I think the previous transfer windows were a negative on our club. I believe we went backwards after Moyes went (please understand I am not bigging Moyes up. I am saying we went backwards after he left) . Of course other clubs have invested and moved forwards during this time. We made one or two really good signings. Lukaku and Barry spring to mind. But in general, we replaced good players with players not of the same level. Then we had the transfer window where we didn't sign a forward and seemed to sign 5 midfielders/ number 10's and no left sided players. As you all know I moaned and moaned and moaned about this, but I am pleased to say that this last transfer window was aimed at addressing the problems that the squad had. We have signed players in all the positions that I moaned were weak. We also signed players in the age groups needed for their respective positions. The only concerns I have now relate to how quickly the team can gel together and slight worries about the quality of the players we have not yet seen in an Everton shirt. One thing I am 100% positive about is that we are at last moving in the right direction again. I have no idea where we are or where we can get with this bunch of players? But I know for sure that we are ahead of the likes of Southampton and the "middle bunch of clubs". We need to now start introducing the youngsters that are coming through. Holgate in my view is a star in the making. Dowell has everything necessary to be the missing link we need. A box to box midfielder who is not afraid to run at players and even rocket one in from 30 yards. Tom Davies suffered 2nd season syndrome but believe me I saw enough in his goal against Man City to know he also has what it takes. I know lots of you think of me as Mr negative. but I see myself as Mr Realistic. And here is the key. I am now so positive about what I have seen in our youngsters, the new signings and the remaining established players. If we can find a center forward 22 year old from lower leagues or even the Irish League for about £80 grand (allowing for inflation) , we will have some team. I like Tosun, but think we need someone with more pace. Maybe Richarlison is that player? But that leaves us weak on the left again. So it is a work in progress. but at least we are progressing now. We are not going backwards and we are not standing still! To get that top 6 position, we need to keep at it.


3.) 14 Aug 2018 09:42:36
Like all Evertonians I am hungry for 3 points every match and Saturday is no exception. This season, we're only one game into it but I'd like to see the improvement we saw in that first game built upon and the new signings begin to be integrated into the team/ squad.


It might take a bit of time so I'm going to try to counter my desire for points with seeing the team grow over the next month or so. It's very early days but the shoots are already beginning to show

COYB NSNO.


4.) 14 Aug 2018 09:57:08
I know its early days, but this is probably the best chance you're going to get at breaking the top six with arsenal also in transition, however we are in it ourselves so I would also take seventh and hopefully build on that.


5.) 14 Aug 2018 10:34:20
I actually don't think 3 points this weekend is hugely important. We are a team with lots of new signings and trying t implement a new style so a short term view of 'we must win this weekend' isn't particularly helpful. More generally, I would say at no point in any season is the 2nd game a 'must win'.

Talk of challenging the top 6 is very premature considering where we were just a few months ago. Let's be patient and accept that we might not get immediate results, but what we need is an improvement over the course of 9 months, not 1 week.

Of course I want us to win every game, and of course I would love us to capitalise on our relatively gentle start in terms of opposition.

But if we play well, the players learn more about the style MS is trying to play in and show the heart and desire we showed at the weekend - and we only get a point. then it's not the end of the world.

{Ed002's Note - Whilst I remain far from convinced about the manager, I am afraid that using the excuse of transition is not really good enough. This has been the excuse that Liverpool has been using year in and year out. Most players will settle reasonably quickly - perhaps one won't and will need a little extra time but teams who don't perform will fall behind.}


6.) 14 Aug 2018 12:26:01
I have to say, transition or no transition and putting all optimism to one side. Southampton at home is always a must win game. As are a lot of our opening fixtures, these are the points that give you the platform to build on. Without them pressure will mount quickly, and the young players we want to give chances to will be pushed to one side as risks become a luxury we can't afford to take. I really think we will get those points from these games, but that doesn't mean they aren't must win!


7.) 14 Aug 2018 13:04:53
I would just like to see us keep a clean sheet. Do that and you will always have a chance of winning.


8.) 14 Aug 2018 13:45:59
ED002 echo's my thoughts but puts those thoughts a little more eloquently than I. I do not have a downer on Silva but a realistic comment, if we are/ were looking for consistency then why oh why have we gone for a Manager/ coach that including us has had 4 Clubs in 5 years and Sporting Lisbon apart (53 percent win I think) , his CV in the Premiership looks pretty mediocre and consistency not exactly mind blowing. It will take a major mindset on his behalf to change habit. Having said that, in the Premiership we should respect all the Teams whether home or away. All we can ask is that our Team does it's best and trust that our existing Manager/ Coaching staff know what they are doing.


9.) 14 Aug 2018 14:00:35
three points at home is important, any game we play is important as you just don't know come the end of the eason what them extra three points could have done, play every game to win.


10.) 14 Aug 2018 17:24:54
Ed, I take your point and agree that "teams who don't perform will fall behind".

My point is more that over 38 games over the course of 9 months we need to perform and improve. 'Improvement' from last season means being closer to the top 6 than last time, playing better football and winning more points. It also means performing better than close rivals like Leicester and West Ham.

Every win of course helps that, but if we draw our 2nd game of the season (a game we should be winning) that doesn't mean that we can't be in a better position in 9 months time than we are now.

If you take the extreme example of Palace last season. They finished 11th, 2 goals from a top half finish. That probably constituted a successful season from them and an improvement on the season before. Yet they lost their 1st 7 games without scoring a goal - the worst ever start to a Premier League season.

This may not be a transition season, but these first few weeks are certainly a transition period in the context of the season.

I was not convinced at the appointment for the same reasons ducksflysouth mentioned - however I will give him the time to make it work and don't think we should make a judgement on him until Christmas at the earliest. And we definitely shouldn't be judging him after 1 game against Southampton.


11.) 15 Aug 2018 09:00:01
This may sound somewhat irellevant but I played some semi pro football in my time and I only ever had one thought as a player that was go out to win each game, also later on as a manager the same. Thinking of a mid table finish never came into my mind preseason! Aspire to be the best, perhaps it’s fans and media that set expectations that may seem reasonable but did someone forget to tell that to Leicester 2 seasons ago?


 

 

09 Aug 2018 15:08:02
Anyone else getting a sinking feeling.

Svenny

1.) 09 Aug 2018 15:20:19
Chin up svemny
Got a feeling we'll all be feeling good later on tonight
Also make no mistake about this mate. Bernard is the signing of the century 😉.


2.) 09 Aug 2018 15:20:31
Nope.


3.) 09 Aug 2018 15:28:56
Well Bernard isn’t confirmed yet. Hour and a half to go.

{Ed025's Note - it will be svenny, patience my friend..


4.) 09 Aug 2018 15:28:31
Excellent window for me mate so far, and still more in the pipeline.


5.) 09 Aug 2018 15:34:09
Stop worrying
You will be happy, very happy come the end of the window
Just have faith for another 90 minutes.


6.) 09 Aug 2018 15:37:08
Bernard has passed his medical and is crossing the t's and dotting the i's svenny
Also you need to remember that CENK has now fully acclimatised and looks ready to fly
A big commanding CB along with digne Bernard maybe gomes and richarlison and lookman staying I've got to say mate we look stronger
Possibly zouma on loan and with the rest of the squad having a full season under their belt and new more attacking tactics I am raring to go mate.


7.) 09 Aug 2018 15:53:50
I heard the delay in Bernard is, Everton are trying to find a high chair so he can sign the contract. 😉.


8.) 09 Aug 2018 16:26:58
Priceless Smitt
What a window if it all pans out.


 

 

08 Aug 2018 22:51:08
We have a couple of planes in Ibiza and one in London. If there are any Barcelona to Manchester or Liverpool requests I will let you guys know. Obviously if we book a flight I'll pass it on as well.

Svenny

1.) 09 Aug 2018 06:31:27
You are our eyes in the sky’s Svenny. Good to have your intel mate.


 

 

06 Aug 2018 15:22:32
So the centre back nightmare is no closer to being sorted despite reports this morning. Nothing agreed with Barcelona or Mina apparently. Reality is anyone signed now will not be starting on Saturday so expect a high scoring game.

Svenny

1.) 06 Aug 2018 16:35:23
I would not be surprised if Mina does not sign to be honest. I just hope there are other deals in the pipeline that we don't know about.


2.) 06 Aug 2018 17:32:08
I wouldn’t be surprised if he didn’t sign either!
Why does it seem to take us an eternity to sign someone? It just goes on and on!

{Ed025's Note - its not as simple as you think griff mate..


3.) 06 Aug 2018 17:38:17
I know it’s not straight forward but plenty others teams seem to get it done a lot quicker! Or are we more thorough?

{Ed025's Note - im not saying we are blameless on this front griff, but obtaining work permits and appeasing blood sucking agents is difficult and takes time mate, also when clubs are reluctant to let go they can make it very hard indeed..


4.) 06 Aug 2018 17:56:08
Don't like the fella in particular but I reckon in this instance Richard Keys is spot on.


5.) 06 Aug 2018 17:57:29
Griff it only seems to take longer than other clubs because we are constantly looking for news of Everton transfers. What we don't see are the rumours about west ham, man u buying someone until the deal is almost done.
We are all in the same boat mate.
Man u will be thinking how they haven't signed Alderweirald yet after being linked since last summer.
Sometimes we drag out feet but so do the other teams.


6.) 06 Aug 2018 18:08:22
The guy is holding out for the best deal with the best club he can find. Who can blame him? Our problem is we should have sorted this at least last season. well you all knew I would say that anyway. but it matters not if he signed a week ago or tomorrow. we all know we need at least 2 Center Halves. let's wait 2 more days and see what happens.

{Ed025's Note - but we were bringing in a new manager degs who would want his own players so to say it should have been sorted last season is idealistic to say the least mate...i am re-naming you...sir degsy of hindsight.. :)


7.) 06 Aug 2018 18:51:46
Why don’t you tell us what you think about our centre back situation Degsy?

{Ed025's Note - i think he has mate..


8.) 06 Aug 2018 19:25:59
Flipping heck Ed025. I was saying this for the last couple of years. so its not really hindsight. Hindsight is when you say something after it has happened. call me Sir Degsy of getting on everyones nerves by going on about something. and then it happens! Please. how insulting!

{Ed025's Note - no insult intended degs, it will just be sir degs of pulford from now on mate..


9.) 06 Aug 2018 22:22:56
I was laughing when I typed Ed. No worries. Sometimes my posts appear to be stressed or even a bit conflicting when in fact I am laughing or quite chilled about things. No offence taken.

{Ed025's Note - i thought not degs, your like me with a skin like a rhino mate.. :)


 

 

 

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07 Aug 2018 12:53:45
Well they are submitting their terms to the player. So they are directly bidding to the player. Everton have offered you 200k we will offer 250k so come to us. It’s not rocket science.

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26 Jul 2018 15:29:14
Yes sorry I still call all our CJ fleet citations, old habit. It is pretty rare to get go now flights like this though for players normally a lot more scheduled than that. Not sure what the rush is either, it’s not deadline day.

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26 Jul 2018 15:23:22
First of all they went through a broker. The broker contacted us, our CJ1 happened to be in Northolt so we ferried up we are currently flying and then after dropping him off we are returning empty to Northolt for a flight we have tomorrow. Costs 10,200 euro but probably more once the broker added their commission to it. Our CJ1 is fairly old but it is a 2002 model. During this season if you want to fly private on a go now basis you take what’s available because not much is.

Svenny

{Ed002's Note - Right it is a CJ1 not a Citation 1 - that makes far more sense.}


 

 

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26 Jul 2018 15:08:19
Feel ............

Svenny

{Ed002's Note - No my question is about the Citation 1 - I don't even remember the last time I saw one for lease Svenny - the quit making them about 30 years or so ago and I don't recall flying on one since perhaps the early 90s.}


 

 

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26 Jul 2018 15:01:40
I work for the jet operator flying him so no, not Twitter. It is also Bremen who booked the flight not him. He’s traveling with 2 other people. One I believe is his girlfriend the other a gentleman by the name of Kaj Lerby I’m guessing. He is involved with Klassen rather than Bremen. Please note I’m breaking confidentiality agreement saying this so I will not go as far as to name my company.

Svenny

{Ed002's Note - So, they found some 30 or 40 year old Citation 1 and rented it?}


 

 

 

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31 Oct 2018 16:59:12
We tend to struggle against the top 6 teams because they have better players than us and play consistently to a higher standard. It’s not that we “go to pot” we just aren’t as good as them and we would have to have a great performance to beat them, it happens sometimes. If it happened regularly it’s because we would be a top 6 team.

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09 Aug 2018 15:28:56
Well Bernard isn’t confirmed yet. Hour and a half to go.

Svenny

{Ed025's Note - it will be svenny, patience my friend..


 

 

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08 Aug 2018 15:33:44
Scrap that. Bernard has arrived in Liverpool so you’d think that’s now done.

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08 Aug 2018 15:10:36
Looks like it will just be Zouma from that list. Mina isn’t happening and it looks like Bernard is waiting until the final hour to commit to anyone, keep in mind he has the rest of August to see if other European teams come in with more exciting offers.

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01 Aug 2018 18:28:26
Is Williams a defender? Could have fooled me.

Svenny