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09 Mar 2016 16:16:03
Adrian Heath banging on about it being very important we stick with Brown Shoes . Does he go the match or is he loosing it like RM!
Ivam getting so fustrated ivam going to explode.

trebor

1.) 09 Mar 2016 21:32:28
My personal number one would be Simeone from Ath Madrid. Top class imho. No English though. Chances are very small.


2.) 09 Mar 2016 22:54:16
Simone, mourinho n pellegrini I love the optimism but let's get serious they wouldn't consider us, new money but still the same money constraints due to fan coal fair play, were at are limit and that won't change.


3.) 10 Mar 2016 05:38:38
mike, would you have said Claudio Ranieri would consider Leicester before he was hired? There is no reason why we shouldn't be able to attract top name managers.


4.) 10 Mar 2016 08:09:46
mikedeblue I said 'chances are small' for a reason.

It all depends on situation. Who knows if a top manager will come. Good squad with money to spend. I know not many will agree with this one but I think we are just as attractive as Man Utd.

Our squad is underachieving. With a top manager in with money to spend I have no doubt our ability to get into champions league next season would increase greatly. I'd fancy us to get into top 4 next season with a manager who knows how to to set the team up defensively.

There's no doubt in my mind that it's Martinez that dropped a lot of points for us this season. Some people are questioning are we overrating the team and squad. No way is my opinion. Most people are saying we are underachieving. I totally agree with that.


5.) 11 Mar 2016 08:50:41
Ranieri wasn't really a top name manager before this season. He'd been sacked from 3 jobs in 4 years, with the last being the Greek national side. He was out of work. That is different from enticing an acknowledged managerial superstar like Simeone from a club that regularly challenges Barcelona and Real for La Liga, plays every season in the Champions League and are richer than we are. And before someone talks about our billionaire owner - his money is his, not ours. Our club is no richer than it was last month, although thankfully he's promised to invest (not give) some money. All this talk of Mourinho and Simeone will backfire when we (please God) get a new manager who realistically isn't going to be on that level. Whoever it is, we're going to have to get behind them.


 

 

06 Jan 2016 17:53:46
Just been announced this years Hillsborough memorial will be the last .
I would be very interested in Everton Fans views
Mine is it gone on long enough now and right decision.

trebor

{Ed025's Note - not for me it has not trebor, and i expect the families feel the same, the inquests have not finished yet or the culprits brought to justice, should poppy day be abolished as it was so long ago?...no, that terrible tragedy at hillsborough transcends football and..."lest we forget"..


1.) 06 Jan 2016 19:46:53
Agree totally ed lest we forget.

{Ed025's Note - dont forget we are on the live chat tonight guys if you fancy joining in..


 

 

23 Oct 2015 14:38:15
Much has been written regarding the health of Bill K and I also hope he makes a full recovery but just as we are kept constantly in the dark over everything EVERTON I think someone sould have issued a statement re Bills health if only to stop speculation.
Furthermore as we have been looking for a new owner for many years and it is supporters like myself who have supported the BLUES for 60 years that are the real owners even if name only and deserve greater respect than we receive from EFC.
A point I do not think that has been made and is quite interesting is the true facts re Bills health may come to light next Thurs as not turning up for HK 's funeral would be a significant sign .
A side issue is I was told that the lord mayor was going to give us a update in Oct re the Walton Hall Park proposal, have I missed it!

trebor

1.) 23 Oct 2015 15:55:44
well put pal.


2.) 23 Oct 2015 15:17:31
Firstly I hope Bill is well and that they are just rumours about his health as I know he loves the club. The stadium issue I cannot see a good message coming on it, I hope and pray that the club will change ownership soon and when I say that it's nothing personal against Bill but simply to do with Everton moving forward we need owners that will invest and have the skills to attract investment for a new stadium. When I look at Bill I see a man who has a deep passion for the club although he made mistakes he did save us and I hope that is his legacy which is a respectful one. Football has changed and without investment our great club with fade away and that is the reality of it I know some people are afraid of change but it's the only way we can start competing for titles again there is too many clubs ahead of us in the money market. I don't like what football has become but that's just the way it is so we have to move with the times it's the only way we can be up there challenging again so yes I hope and pray that we will wake up to some exciting news some morning like Man city fans did if that is wrong well then I don't want to be right this board has taken us as far as they can it's time for a new chapter in the Everton story and I hope it's one we don't ever want to stop reading. Coyb If Bill is sick I hope he gets well soon.

{Ed025's Note - i used to think the same stef. investment investment investment. now, i'm not so sure, do i want the club to become a money pit for some soulless, faceless conglomerate? or do i like my club the way it is, a david amongst the every thing i hate about football goliaths?

i'm slowly coming around to thinking that i enjoy being the underdog, finding rocks and polishing them to become gems gives me enormous satisfaction, and when we kick the arse of the so called bigger teams with squillions of pounds there is no smugger feeling, i want everton to stay everton, the family club. the peoples club, i know a lot wont agree with me mate, but i dont really care. :)


3.) 23 Oct 2015 16:02:13
If it was me I would not appreciate the whole world knowing about my health problems. I would expect a rebuttal if the illness is not serious or nonexistent but if he has major problems I would hope that the press, supporters etc. would leave him alone to take whatever measures is required for a full recovery. If it is so major that he is unable to fulfill his role as Chairman then I would expect him to hand over the reigns to someone else either on a temporary or permanent basis depending on the severity of the illness. Either way he does not have to go into personal details of his illness.
Having said all of that I hope Bill makes a full recovery,
Mike.

{Ed025's Note - thats exactly my view as well mike..


4.) 23 Oct 2015 16:05:02
Whilst we would all wish a full recovery for Bill Kenwright, it is a fact that those who hold sway at goodison, practice the mushroom aproch to the supporters ( keep them in the dark and sh. on them at all times) where did the 225m asking price come from? has an offer below this been made and rejected?, and, if Bill has a long term condition, are we going to have the same 10 years of drift, as happend with the long term decline of sir john mores? who is taking the day to day decisions? These are all, in my view, reasonable questions, but am not holding my breath for an answer.

{Ed025's Note - we are talking about a major company here JCW..not a barrow on a flea market!, of course people are in place to deputise mate, the fee for the club is not a figure clutched from thin air, financial experts have calculated the value and it is what it is, sometimes as fans we think with our hearts rather than our heads..


5.) 23 Oct 2015 16:27:09
That's your opinion ed and you are entitled to it, but not all takeovers have being bad but when it eventually happens and if we start winning titles again you will be jumping up and down with delight I understand what you are saying but Everton is too big a club mate to stay the underdogs and maybe that's my problem see I don't see Everton as underdogs although I know the opposition I still expect us to beat everyone I know that's not reality but it's how I feel when play teams. But in reality I know a takeover is our only real chance Goodison has had its day we need a new ground but it's not just about us ed it's about the younger generation of Evertonians success breads success and I want my son to experience the good old days when Everton where cream of the crop like I did I want Everton back where they belong and if that takes a foreign owner to come in and do it well then so be it but I respect your change of feelings mate.

{Ed025's Note - you feel how i used to feel stef...but just imagine us winning the league with this sort of team and with our antique stadium?, improbable i grant you, but the dream lives on mate.. :)


6.) 23 Oct 2015 16:47:59
If we could win the league ed with the team we have now I would never want a takeover and if I taught Goodison park would last another 100 years I would never want a new stadium but as you say the dream lives on mate and at the moment it's only a dream but one day maybe a reality again but time will tell but Bill won't just sell to anyone he will make sure the club will keep its tradition and Everton in the community he will have it all in the contract believe me he won't let go and just say a well feck it I guarantee it.


7.) 23 Oct 2015 23:20:55
not all takeovers have being bad, but when it eventually happens and if we start winning titles again you will be jumping up and down with delight. fair point but what if we don't win titles what if we get relegated.

think about how many clubs have been taken over, how many have won titles, compared to how many have had problems, been relegated, 1 thing I know is bk is a blue, he wants efc to win titles again. now if an offer came in from someone who he thought could get efc in a position to win these titles, I have no doubt at all he would sell the club.

we know and he knows he can't fund that, but until someone comes in with that bid, I am happy with bk. he gets lots of stick which in my opinion is unfair. he saved us from pj who nearly got us relegated, so close in fact it was goal difference on the last day that kept us up, to bk getting us were we are now.

so bk sells to a billionaire who just wants to own a club or a billonaire who wants to take efc to the next level. you can count on half a hand how many of the latter are in the premier league. be careful what you wish for.


8.) 24 Oct 2015 12:54:39
Very very well said toffeeblue. Agree with every word. Ed I like your outlook there too. If, and its a big if, Everton won the league with the way the club is being run now you couldn't win it in a more sweeter way.

Back when the big bucks started coming into the premiership and clubs were being bought and spending massive amounts of money people were questioning whether money can win the league. In hindsight we all know now it certainly can.

We also know it can ruin a club. Moyes and it now is starting to look like Martinez can cope with a small budget and unearth good players without spending £30m or £40m. If the club could keep improving by being shrewd in the transfer market and so on. It would be fantastic to be successful without a major investment.

As you say Ed we can dream. Otherwise I can't think of anyone better than BK at the helm to keep this great club on the right path. And if a prospective buyer does come along as toffeeblue points out you can bet it'll be a winner because BK won't sign over unless it is.

He's no way perfect like the rest of us but imo there is no one on the planet that could do a better job than BK at Everton. All these people who want him out, please tell me who is going to do better? What is the alternative?

Bet they haven't even considered that. All the while it is Bill himself who is on the lookout for a better alternative. If anyone can get it no doubt it will be Bill himself.

Get well soon, the big boss of Goodison, Bill Kenwright.

{Ed025's Note - good post that mate.


9.) 24 Oct 2015 16:49:29
Unless they introduce a system wereby points are subtracted relating to the amountvof money spent we are never ever going to get near winning the league. We have to accept that it is purely now based on who has the most money wins, sad but true.
I for one don't want to be happy accepting we are a good club, excellent morals but will never win.
we must get new owners or introduce a super league for the big spenders. How depressing is all this. Was great when in August virtually anyone could win the league.


10.) 24 Oct 2015 19:34:56
We can dream trebor and live in hope. Otherwise what's the point.


11.) 24 Oct 2015 20:17:17
I agree Trebor new owners are needed and desperately mate.


 

 

 

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07 Dec 2016 10:40:05
Why is it especially with Everton, the transfer deals are not done until its virtually too late.
If you can buy a new car from 1st Jan as an example why would you wait till the 31 st to purchase it.
You could have had 4 weeks use of it by then . We need to secure deals early so as to help with the present slide and the injury to Bolasie .
Any thoughts?

trebor

1.) 07 Dec 2016 21:01:53
In the past, we certainly had to do late deals because of the club's financial limitations.
In the Summer, we weren't as active as we'd have liked, but RK and SW didn't join until partway through the pre-season.
For January, I agree that we should have deals already being put in place now and just because they're not being confirmed ahead of time is no reason to be concerned.
However, if the deals aren't confirmed early on in the window, then I'll start to express concern.
Mind you, a last-minute deal for a special player wouldn't be that terrible as long as the rest of the deals have been done and dusted early on.


2.) 07 Dec 2016 21:46:17
Are you moaning about transfers 21 days before thd window is even open? Utter madness.


3.) 07 Dec 2016 21:49:26
I'd also like to think we're ahead of the game, especially as it's the January window. But in saying that there is a certain excitement about a last minute deal for someone completely unexpected.


4.) 08 Dec 2016 20:53:58
Bluejohnuns, i think the moaning is because of our record in the window and our recent form. Yes 3 weeks till window opens but be nice if we get players in early. If the window was closing sooner they would all be in earlier so why wait!


5.) 09 Dec 2016 12:58:23
If we were going to a shop and buying something off the shelf then yes the 1st of the month we would be there at 9am for when the shop opened.

However, we are trying to buy a player from a team that doesn't want to sell and therefore if we want them there is going to be negotiation after negotiation. It is not our fault what happens when buying a player and it is totally out of our control.

Fans always blame the wrong people, always.


 

 

03 Dec 2016 14:06:57
LUKAKU has run 23 miles less than Fimino and 400 less sprints with similar amount of time on pitch, just as bad against Costa, Sanchez and Aguero .
i always said he's bone idol.
i don't care how many goals he gets its not enough, he needs to do far more.

trebor

{Ed033's Note - Is Lukaku idle or an idol?


1.) 03 Dec 2016 14:45:28
I'd say he's more Born Idol than bone idle.


2.) 03 Dec 2016 17:29:24
It's not only that he carnt trap a ball or hold a ball up, half the goals he get are when someone else put it on his head, but who else have we got, we can still get 3pts tomorrow.


3.) 04 Dec 2016 14:27:05
Ur quick to have a go at lukaku but let's face facts if he get the ryt service he is unstopable same old same old cross cross cross were is tje service threw the centre of fhe pitch we are terrible in the midfield no closing down no wanting the ball to blame lukaku i think is wrong we no what he can do plus to add to he he plays up top on his own So up top on ya own with minimal service. :/.


 

 

08 Sep 2016 12:11:10
How about chatting about the possible stadium move in light of what Joe Andserson tweeted recently?

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01 Sep 2016 15:49:41
Hi fellow Blues i for one am VERY HAPPY with the transfers, yes another top class striker would have put the icing on the cake but not at any price.
moving on i actually thought EVERTON were going to announce the details re our possible ground move today, now that the publicity is now removed from all the transfers.

Joe Anderson intimated on twitter as to a imminent announcement and a possible site . Was he just chatting as a Evertonian as i would not have thought it possible for him to make comments in his official a capacity .
If the matter had been finalised in early August perhaps we could have been in in Aug 2018 but that now looks unlikely.
It would be really superb if they could run a spur to the stadium from say Sandhills rather than the buses.

Are we in negotiations with Peel Holdings or like some of the transfer gossip just hot air
i have been waiting patiently since we lost Kings Dock for us to get a announcement on a move to the docks .

trebor

1.) 01 Sep 2016 16:13:53
I'm happy now feel if we keep this squad and manager we could do something just think we need to take step by step I would love us to jump from 11th to top 3 but we got to be realistic about things.

{Ed025's Note - right..


 

 

26 Aug 2016 10:34:37
I have to say it crossed my mind the other week that if clubs know who we're after especially being recommend by Steve Walsh could cause clubs to show an interest.
How does this info ie who we are after get out?

They are saying Arsenal renewed their interest in Perez because Steve Walsh rates him. No info came out from Leicester about their amazing signings
Why are we so slow.

trebor

1.) 26 Aug 2016 10:52:32
I would say it's just press talk. Every player we go after will be associated with SW, and it makes better reading if a club is going after someone because SW thinks he is good enough.


2.) 26 Aug 2016 13:44:01
It's Agents lad, the biggest cancer in sport and specifically football. Clubs can't directly approach a player who is under contract at another club but there is nothing to prevent them contacting the player's agent. Once the shark has knowledge of a club's interest he is free to use it as leverage within the market.


 

 

 

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20 Nov 2016 11:07:38
We need more of Joe Royle's 'Dogs of War' attitude at the very least. I don't like us losing but as long as they roll their sleeves up and are prepared to give all they've got for the club, i would be happy.

Too many players are not as good as they think they are, inc Ross. They should worry more about their game and less about their hairstyle and the colour of their boots.

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13 Jun 2016 11:31:35
Beginning to agree Sid, i thought this was the new beginning we really are a laughing stock mate we really are .
why do we always take a age about everything. I b4 ed comes on about doing it the right way its certainly NOT what we been doing!

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04 May 2016 13:40:16
I mentioned a while ago i was not renewing my season ticket.
i have been pestered by Everton to renew but i am refusing .
i Have lost my seat now but will renew if he goes unfortunately it may be 2 anotber part of the ground.
i cannot understand why more did not refuse to renew.

trebor

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12 Apr 2016 12:15:14
Soli mate well done first person I know other than mecwho has not renewed, in fact I been trying to sell my ticket v Southampton on stub hub only £25 can't sell it shows signs of times.

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06 Apr 2016 11:08:22
I hate to say it but Leighton has some guts and has put himself on the line.
i have been saying for months on here we MUST take pro active action like me not renewing my season ticket if evryone did it board would have to have acted.
I have been criticised being told I not true fan having supported them since in short trousersin 59! .
Even true fans and loyal can only stand so much.
A dog may be loyal but if you kick it enough it will bite back.

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08 Dec 2016 20:53:58
Bluejohnuns, i think the moaning is because of our record in the window and our recent form. Yes 3 weeks till window opens but be nice if we get players in early. If the window was closing sooner they would all be in earlier so why wait!

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03 dec 2016 14:02:42
sorry bluegray, when i say ticket i meant for utd game. i respect what you say but to me you as a customer as well as supporter should get value for money . i am not n8t going because we loose, i am happy to accept that happens, what i can not tolorate is the disgusting attitude of many of the players, at least joes 'dogs of war' ran themselves silly for the cause with limited talent.

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02 Dec 2016 13:55:04
Rhaspody in Blue they can call me a traitor but i been selling my ticket on Stub Hub. Trouble is they have over 200 on there alone and they not moving . Go on RS City and Utd and only a hand full. What is happening to our club.

don't say it will take time, it never took them across the park long, 7 thought once Sg gone they would deteriorate. Only using them as a comparison.
lets face it we don't have a clue, a bunch of amateurs being shown up.

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29 Nov 2016 10:06:43
Very well said Degsy, i have had similar stick on several occasions. I have been a Blue since 52 and this issue of the players are not good enough is rubbish, they proved against Spurs for a large proportion of the game they can compete but they have for some reason thrown their dummies out the pram. Why, is the golden question!

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27 Nov 2016 20:39:41
I hate to say i told you so but seeing as so many were so critical of my views i will say once again that we are miles from even being average, 7 th is a skew due to our easy start. The players are a disgrace, not fit to wear the shirt, it is obvious the youngsterscwould do far better.

The management generally are no better, and not just the manager, the whole club from chief exec down are on another planet, they are out of touch with reality, don't give a dam about us.

example we know were the stadium is going to be, well why not tell us! .
Its only months ago we had planes flying over Goodison re management , things are no different.

I did not go to the last home game and won't the next, criticise me if you want, i happy to go if they loose trying but i know in advance they wont, they don't hurt like us.

trebor