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18 Jan 2022 02:46:25
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17 Jan 2022 16:28:43
Reports coming out Martinez will not be taking the Everton job, hope that's true.

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17 Jan 2022 18:27:03
Was never an option. Why would he ever have swapped where he is for us? Twitter press guff. No movement until the summer would be the best way forward. Gives the Nice manager time to win lique 1 again and Rooney o save Derby. Both outrageous achievements that are more relevant than a Potter Lampard or Favre etc.

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17 Jan 2022 18:55:30
Wishful thinking GB, I’m seeing the opposite, although the media are just using us as clickbate at the moment.

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17 Jan 2022 19:21:37
They are mate, this is going to rumble on and on.

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17 Jan 2022 19:47:35
Let's face it we all have plenty of experience now of the manager being sacked. Generally it takes the hieracy 3-4 weeks to settle on a manager with week 1-2 spent with various random people claiming Everton have made contact.

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17 Jan 2022 19:54:51
Rumble on and on, 24 hrs.

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17 Jan 2022 20:13:28
Me too!

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17 Jan 2022 20:15:33
Yes mate, days and days.

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17 Jan 2022 14:27:36
Have read that Tim Cahill is being offerred an executive position at the club, but don't know when. With Graeme Sharpe on the board I wonder how much influence they would have in new appointments, especially as more in touch with playing than other board members.

Get Brands back to the club,

If desire to have ex employee as manager get Moyes back to bring some stability to the club and return to The Peoples club image.

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17 Jan 2022 14:59:03
If Cahill joins the board they would probably be a better side the the first 11.

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17 Jan 2022 14:59:40
It's is mental that brands has been given the boot reportedly because he and Rafa couldn't work together then a few weeks later Rafa gone as well.

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17 Jan 2022 15:25:05
should on the coaching staff showing these lot how to head a ball from a set piece am i right he scored more headers than scoring with his feet throughout his career.

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17 Jan 2022 16:25:19
What's brands actually done since he came in? Fair enough their disagreement may have been the tipping point, but do we actually think he's done well? I know a lot of people will say he never had control due to moshiri and his advisors but brands has to take some blame there. He's sat taking a good pay check for years whilst letting everything go over his head.

{Ed025's Note - fair point cropper..

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17 Jan 2022 17:09:28
Don’t remember hearing a single positive thing on here about Brands in the last year. We can be happy with Rafa leaving without rewriting history. Brands has been culpable for far longer than Rafa was.

{Ed025's Note - all of them have been JB, from the board to the fans and everyone inbetween mate..

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17 Jan 2022 18:03:08
Everton has been a cushy number for Players, Managers and Brands to be honest. Not much responsibility, just expect to do the bare minimum for mid-table mediocrity. The rubbish has only hit the fan because we are close to the relegation positions. The whole attitude at the club from Board members to the tea-lady has to change otherwise we will end up another Sunderland or Sheffield Wednesday. I hope someone like Tim Cahill does come in, his type of attitude is what is needed.

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17 Jan 2022 18:13:08
Well I did not type "rubbish" but the word that comes from "Ship High In Transit".

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17 Jan 2022 20:03:36
Brands was never allowed to do his job fully. But on the other hand, he never challenged Moshiri’s decisions so I doubt him returning will change the situation.

We are up a creak without a paddle….

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17 Jan 2022 21:11:18
Our transfer woes started the minute we appointed a DoF in my opinion. Millions upon millions wasted by the two of them. I'd rather we let the manager bring in his own players again, see if it actually works out.

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16 Jan 2022 17:32:56
Hi ed002, hope you are well mate. I know it's very early but who do you see the board looking to appoint as the next manager? Or will we see Dunc take charge til the end of the season? Cheers.

{Ed002's Note - At this time there is no agrred replacement and no clear understanding of the way forward. I would expect Duncan Ferguson to take control of the games with whatever help he needs until the longer-term solution is resolved. Advice will continue to be taken and I really don't know what the solution will be. What I suspect is that folks of the following ilk will be considered - but it is for now speculation on my part and I have not spoken with any body. And you need to consider that with Brands gone the issue is much larger than simply replacing the coach - they need to look at the structure. Bring in a coach and the a Director of Football and then 12 months down the road is is happening again. Or do they trust the RB replacement like they trusted him - sort out the team, the coaching staff and the transfers - whilst "trusted advisors" have morning coffee with the owner in Monter Carlo? New Coach without my speaking to anyone:
Paulo Fonseca (C) Everton would need to work hard to convince him but it would be a coup if they could get him. History of not being a progressive club and struggles with coaches may make him think twice. Everton considered him when replacing Koeman. The best possible option if it can be done, and available immediately. If he is not first choice he should be.
Roberto Martinez (C) there will be some very strong support for Martinez but in all probability he won't be available until the end of 2022 when the World Cup is completed. If he departs early then Everton woulkd likely need to give a lengthy deal to him. To me, unlikely.
Nuno Espirito Santo (C) Available and cannot be discounted - I know someone who will be trying to push him to the front of the queue.
Frank Lampard (C) Attractive as he will bring academy players through, but I expect the fans would not make him welcome and that would make it too difficult for him to consider the job.
Kasper Hjulmand (C) Recommended to the owner by a "trusted advisor" to replace Marco Silva but advice was ignored - and has now shown with the Danish national side how good he is. Won't leave to join Everton as he won't be available until the end of 2022 when the World Cup is completed.
Lucien Favre (C) Rejected the chance to joining Crystal Palace and would likely do the same if Everton were to enquire. At his age he would not want a long-term project and is more likely going to be a stop gap where needed in the Bundesliga.
The wildcard options:
Niko Kovac (C) Could be approached but it seems very unlikely he would be interested. I could also see a huge clash of characters with someone at the club.
Wayne Rooney (C) Makes zero sense to me and those that will be advising will not want to simply placate the fans to have an ex-player step in.
Duncan Ferguson (C) An interim solution - would not provide a good medium or long-term solution.}

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16 Jan 2022 19:38:56
The martinez train is gathering an awful lot of steam. Need a very good defensive coach along side him.

The Danish coach is highly regarded but very little chance until after World Cup.

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16 Jan 2022 19:32:31
Thanks Ed fingers crossed for fonseca then but knowing Everton it could be a manager that’s least suited to our needs and probably cost a arm and a leg.

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16 Jan 2022 20:37:35
Thanks for a good summary Ed, it is like a revolving door the Managers job, year after year same end product, I would prefer we went down a different rout and try something different, try Duncan Ferguson on a Month to Month basis, if results improve keep him there until the end of the season.

Rooney took his first job at Derby, with no experience in Management, but is doing a decent job, so why not give Ferguson time before pressing the panic button, and bringing yet another Manager in.

More Managers will be available in the Summer, we could then take time to access whether things have improved second half of the season before jumping straight in again now.

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16 Jan 2022 20:46:35
Ed02 do you think there is any chance of David Moyes returning? With him having years with us maybe he feels unfinished business and like to come back. I know West Ham are in a better place than we are as a club and a team but maybe he has a bit of emotion to come back to a club he spent years at which he had some good memories.
How much has rafas sacking effected Everton’s FFP situation?

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16 Jan 2022 21:27:10
STB, we may take a hit with rafa compo but it won't be as big a hit as if we went down, not that i think it would have happened.

Just like the last 6 times in 6 years, we need to get behind the new manager and support our club. but. the club need to make the right appointment, which they haven't since moyes came.

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16 Jan 2022 20:17:22
That’s a great update ed002…more than we ever get from the club!
Thanks!

{Ed002's Note - It was very much a brain dump from earlier - I would need to start ringing around to try and refine it.}

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16 Jan 2022 21:08:39
Ed002 any particular reason why you think Rooney would make zero sense and Ferguson would not provide a good medium or long term solution?

{Ed002's Note - Rooney has no experience or knowledge and would no more than pandering to fans. He is all but a half-wit. Ferguson works well and provides the link between the club and those arriving. He is motivated and will help out the team - but he is not an experienced tactician.}

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16 Jan 2022 21:55:19
Fonseca, Martinez both 48 (I think) , either would do for me. Martinez been in the Prem, won FA Cup but took Wigan down. Fonseca Shatkar and Roma, did good stuff, didn't want Spurs *Levy*? Everton *Moshri* (advisors) ? . Think I would just tilt to Roberto!

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16 Jan 2022 22:08:22
Bit harsh that, Ed, on rooney. He obviously has a very good football brain, if not a common sense one.

He'll do well in the management game, maybe not for us but only time will tell.

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16 Jan 2022 21:46:56
Hi Ed, thanks for detailed response, any chance of Potter or Frank?

{Ed002's Note - Rignt now it is not something I can make guesses about - it is where I think the club are now.}

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16 Jan 2022 22:21:34
Ferguson would work well with a director of football then would you think Ed?

Lampard wouldn’t be my choice as I don’t think he did enough at Chelsea to warrant the (massive) job at Everton. I think he’d be welcomed though if he was the choice of the board. I think he was always given a lot of respect from the terraces when he played against us because he was such a good player - and always scored against us!

{Ed002's Note - The problem is the structure - get a decent Director of Football and then sort it out. Else we have this discussion in a year or so}{

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16 Jan 2022 23:38:04
Thought ed002 was quite restrained in defining Rooney as just a half wit to be honest geoff.

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17 Jan 2022 01:08:39
Maybe in his private life DFS but he has certainly got an excellent football brain to do what he has done in the game.

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17 Jan 2022 08:21:31
Please not Martinez, . 🙏 . I recall the protests towards the end of his tenure as Everton manager. Nice guy but he just couldn't defend and seemed blind to what was happening on the pitch, everything was amazing in his eyes no matter how bad we were. For me it's big Dunc at least until they find the right guy (surely 8th time lucky)

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16 Jan 2022 23:00:32
Question for Ed002 instead of who for manager who do you think would be good options for DOFs for us?

{Ed002's Note - Marcel Brands. It is difficult to see anyone decent being interested in the job.}

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17 Jan 2022 10:54:55
Could you honestly see Brands coming back?

{Ed002's Note - Of course not.}

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17 Jan 2022 12:01:17
the last 6 appointments were with managers who had reasonable CVs, that hasn't worked at all, our last 15 honours and i'm including charity shields have been won by ex players taking over, its in their blood, so what's another year after the last couple of decades.

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17 Jan 2022 12:02:43
rather have rooney than go back to bobby brown shoes.

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17 Jan 2022 19:43:58
We will have whichever no mark gets offered it, they will come for the compensation when they get binned.

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15 Jan 2022 23:54:13
We'll it's looking like he's finally gone, but where do we go from here?
I'd like to think Big Dunc as interim manager and have have the common sense to start playing young hungry guys who will give they're all while they're out there. We're lacking leadership on and off the pitch.
We need a team that's organised especially at the back but more importantly that everyone understands they're job and responsibilities.
This includes when you pull on a blue shirt you want to win every tackle, clear every ball and make every player, manager and supporter proud to be an Evertonian.
As for who long term who knows. I feel we missed out big time no going for Christophe Galtier or Lucien Favre. Maybe it may be the same result as now but at the very least we might have been watching good football. Hopefully better days ahead. Getting deja vu now.

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16 Jan 2022 02:20:25
Where do we go from here? Unfortunately wherever our mad cap leader takes us. Glad of his investment but we need a strong board to keep him in his place. He owns the club but should keep out of the footballing side of it as he has no idea what he's doing.

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16 Jan 2022 05:43:54
Agree to a point Kerry. What we need at the very least is watching and receiving non losing football. This is a Sport not a game.

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16 Jan 2022 09:54:06
Thinking about the amount of compensation we’ve paid out over the years it’s got me thinking that football management really is the ultimate profession, you can be crap at your job and still make out like a bandit when you get given the boot. I really don’t know how there aren’t some kind of performance clauses written into contracts, even easily achievable ones, because the rest of us peasants usually as a bare minimum have a 6 month probationary period written into ours for a start.

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16 Jan 2022 15:38:54
Thank goodness he's gone . For me Duncan till the end of the season. He knows what we are about. Above all we need a leader on the pitch. Coleman has been superb for us but his playing days are coming to an end. Who will be captain if Coleman doesn't play? We will get passion from Big Dunc and hopefully this will translate to the players and get us out of this mess!

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16 Jan 2022 15:43:55
I don’t think it would matter if we brought in Pep, Klopp and Tuchel in to work together, we would still struggle to win games in epl as our players are shocking. They lack any leadership and fight to battle against other premier league teams. I have no idea who we’ll bring in but whoever it is is on a hiding to nothing.

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16 Jan 2022 16:03:39
Lets all feel good eh waterloo another manager hounded out of the club and not given a chance but never mind the crap players are still there and will still play and we will still get beat by most other teams because we are a crap team and deserve nothing because the present players are just cowards and give nothing. let's all praise big dunc eh who merely wanted to punch opponents and get sent off rather than actually play football. I for 1 will never go near the club ever again and tomorrow they can have my season ticket back because this club is a fuking disgrace and probably the worst run club in any division.

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16 Jan 2022 16:34:01
Think Man Utd are running us a close second😂.

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16 Jan 2022 17:56:55
alanthomo
can i have your season ticket please,

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16 Jan 2022 17:58:53
Bit drastic sending your season ticket back. I'll have it if you don't want it -:)

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16 Jan 2022 20:40:40
Been waiting years on the season ticket waiting list, I know and you know Alanthomo, that you will be renewing your season ticket.

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15 Jan 2022 22:45:11
Martinez and Bilic under discussion!

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15 Jan 2022 23:55:21
Michael Carrick is my pick. Thoughts Ed?

{Ed0666's Note - I think you’ve spelt pick incorrectly

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16 Jan 2022 02:07:25
If we got Michael Carrick I’d genuinely want us to fold as a club.

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16 Jan 2022 14:20:34
I imagine the Carrick shout was sarcastic or at least i hope it was.

I think we need to get a manager in with a clear vision and style of play. So many of our teams over the years have had neither. Koeman, Allardyce, Benitez. I have no clue what the plan is.

I think most decent managers with half a brain will steer clear of us as God only knows what the club looks like from afar. That being said he has had a long stint at Ajax and will find it tough to surpass what he did a few years back in the champions league. I would want us to go for Ten Hag. His teams have everything that we have lacked. He's relatively young and still has a lot to prove in the game. Ajax are a huge club but its a toss league, maybe the lure of the Prem would be too attractive but i can see him going United.

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15 Jan 2022 22:11:10
Rumours circulating that Slaven Bilic will be next manager?!

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15 Jan 2022 22:18:50
God help us.

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15 Jan 2022 22:21:05
So far out of left field that one.

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15 Jan 2022 22:22:29
I'd take him - got experience and won't take nonsense from players. Did ok at West Ham and West Brom.

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15 Jan 2022 22:24:32
Don't be daft lad.

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15 Jan 2022 22:38:51
Please NO.

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15 Jan 2022 22:41:03
Here comes the crazies.

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15 Jan 2022 23:04:09
Been drinking cookie?

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15 Jan 2022 23:25:02
Just heard ed002 rumoured for new Everton job.

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16 Jan 2022 00:22:01
Bilic is just a mercenary, always said he was injured when he played for us (and wasn't)

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16 Jan 2022 09:03:21
I don't know the answer, just like the board don't know the answer. But one thing I do know is, the chairman / owners are the generals and the manager is the battlefield commander, and the captain leads them into battle on the pitch. At the moment none are functioning, for me it's the generals that need to steady the ship firstly, as it is we are just throwing battlefield commanders to their death and the soldiers are running around leaderless! It starts at the top and filters down, morale is an all time low, its a flashback to those 90s teams when we saved ourselves last match! We need to steady plan, at the moment we are just throwing dice and hoping we're lucky. I'd put big Dunc in charge for now and try get Brighton Graham Potter (if he'd want to come)

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16 Jan 2022 18:37:41
What is the definition of doing ok? 🤷🏻‍♂️.

{Ed025's Note - not getting relegated..

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15 Jan 2022 21:44:28
Nuno Espirito Santo the front runner to replace rafa.

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15 Jan 2022 22:18:56
No thanks.

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15 Jan 2022 22:19:46
I'm not sure about Billic or Santo. Hopefully just bookies rumblings.

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15 Jan 2022 22:24:56
No chance.

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15 Jan 2022 22:38:49
Diego Martinez, Vitor Pereria, loads of names will come out of the woodwork given our Owners recent exploits in hiring 🙈.

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15 Jan 2022 23:20:47
Get big Sam back to steady the ship…plays decent football too.

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15 Jan 2022 23:57:39
Got us 8th.

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16 Jan 2022 01:34:51
Duncan Ferguson for me, get some identity back and the fans onboard, would not even rush out to get another outside Manager in for now.

Got the players there and more experienced now after a year under Carlo.

A win against Chelsea and two draws against utd and Arsenal with only a penalty shootout against Leicester is not bad going.

We need a short term fix and Dunc will certainly do that.

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16 Jan 2022 10:18:03
The club is in a similar situation to when mike walker was in charge, when he was sacked then big Joe came in and took the players back to basics we adopted the dogs of war attitude and battled our way to safety and an FA cup win!
Personally we are not good enough to out play teams with pure football so we need someone that can do that and Dunc is the most available candidate to see that through for the rest of the season!

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15 Jan 2022 19:36:20
Board meeting happening now. Let's hope for a decisive response and the end of Rafas reign of terror before the night is out.
Give it to Big Dunc to instill some passion and some fire. It won't be pretty but it will be effective in enough games to save our status as a premiere league team. Gives the board lots of time to plan the next appointment and the next era of unity at the club. Also gives Wazza the chance to save Derby and put himself in the frame. Think we need somone who "gets" Everton.

{Ed025's Note - please dont even mention rooney, i would want benitez before him..

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15 Jan 2022 19:46:49
With you there Ed mate, don’t want Wayne, Wayne Sleep or even John Wayne but no Wayne Rooney.

{Ed0666's Note - Everton are definitely on the ‘Wayne’ tho

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15 Jan 2022 19:55:22
Love it Ed.

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15 Jan 2022 20:18:35
If Rafa goes, which seems likely it should be Thomas Frank, Graeme Potter, Ralph Hasenhüttl, one of those three, all doing excellent jobs. Not Rooney, not Lampard.

{Ed025's Note - im with you swinners..

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15 Jan 2022 20:20:37
Not funny GB/ Ed.

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15 Jan 2022 20:31:32
Potter for me Swinners mate.

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15 Jan 2022 20:34:22
Seeing Martinez and Fonseca names being mentioned on tinternet.

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15 Jan 2022 20:34:57
I honestly think this club is at rock bottom now. Knowing how ridiculous the owners are they will appoint Rooney. He shouldn't be anywhere near the job. Potter, brentford manager, ajax manager etc etc yes. Stick with Duncan for now.

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15 Jan 2022 20:37:25
Would he swap Brighton for Everton at the moment?

{Ed002's Note - Because of the weather?}

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15 Jan 2022 20:38:13
Hasenhüttl? You mean the guy that lost 9-0 in consecutive seasons? Not for me! I like Potter and Frank though.

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15 Jan 2022 20:38:57
Cant see any of those managers being released till the summer.
Seams daft sacking him,3 days after selling 1 of our better players, should have gone before xmas. Will panic again and call big sam knowing our luck.

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15 Jan 2022 20:40:43
Surely this is duncs time to shine. Why people think he's going to be a tony pulis is beyond me. He was made for this job. He is rated at the club. He is rated as a coach. He gets the blame for past managers decisions and tactics. Its mad. The man bleeds blue. Remember your big legend CA wanted to take him to Madrid! Sometimes the answer is right under your nose. Potter? A draw special-ist. He has no pressure at Brighton. He wouldn't last 2 mins in the hot seat. There's no other option available. Most of these "big name" managers wouldn't touch us with a barge pole. It would be career suicide for them. Dunc would relish the opportunity and you'd at least know for sure that he's a man who's going to bleed for us. What is up with people not wanting him? Youve had everyone now and they've all failed. Most of them didn't have us in their hearts at all! They came for money! that's it! Give him the job and we won't look back.

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15 Jan 2022 21:05:22
Dunc till end of season. 1 pt a game average should do it. Then see if Martinez will come back.

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15 Jan 2022 21:14:17
I said it a few weeks back and I'll say it again, bring back Roberto Martinez. He just wasn't ready when first with us, but i think he has turned into an outstanding Manager (or Head Coach? Still never understood the distinction) with Belgium. Yes he had some supreme talent but he still gave chances to many of the less fancied players and helped them shine. Would many managers really have the balls to bench Edin Hazard in favour of his younger brother? Defensively they weren't the best but when you have to rely on the aging Vertonghen because there are very few options then it's not entirely the fault of the guy in charge.
Martinez has improved without a doubt and would be a much better version of the guy we once put our faith in.

Oh, and please stop making excuses for Mykolenko guys. No more of this "he's young" "he's not played much lately" nonsense. Utterly woeful and that's being nice. Made to look extremely mediocre against Hull and Norwich, so Heaven help us against the many higher quality teams we face. The spot now needs to be taken by Godfrey who we know can do a job at LB/ LWB, allow Mina and Keane/ Branthwaite to get in a groove together and cut out the insistence that Rondon should consistently get in the team. Those very basic changes should be good enough to steer us away from relegation. Only then should we start uprooting the team to make new signings. Safety first at all costs!

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15 Jan 2022 21:14:57
Pauly, I'd love to see him do well but if he was that good they would have given him the job already or he would have left and gone to manage elsewhere.

For me:

Jesse marsch - just left RBL after not been given a fair crack there, did well at salzburg.

Mark Warburton- beat us with QPR this season, plays decent football, takes no sh*te, managed rangers.

Lucien favre - done well at various clubs across Europe, linked to most top jobs.

Harry Potter- took 3 years but got Brighton playing well, even though they drawn loads, did inherit most of the players tho,

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15 Jan 2022 21:19:39
Fk me! Are you for real ducks?

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15 Jan 2022 22:04:59
Martinez nearly took us down with a top 8 side, imagine what he'd do with this lot.
No, no and no. Can't happen.

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15 Jan 2022 22:06:58
i am 60 and been an evertonian all my life season ticket holder in same seat for the past 12 years after moving around the stands. I have to say all our supporters do is hound out manager after manager without giving them enough time but the same supporters still support and stay loyal to the cowardly persons that wear our shirt. Well i am done with this fuking club and our so called loyal supporters most of whom would not know loyalty if it bit them on the bollocks oh and by the way i would have more respect for some of them if they actually went to the fukin games. So if it is true and they sack another manager and put a fuking drunk in charge my season ticket will be back with them on monday and i will never watch them fukin cowards ever again.

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15 Jan 2022 22:14:55
Whos the drunk? Surely not duncan? You absolute idiot! 6 points in 4 months and you want to see the end of the road? If its dunc you're talking about you need help.

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15 Jan 2022 22:17:27
Sorry to tell you this thomo but our greatest ever manager was, what you would call, a drunk!

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15 Jan 2022 22:35:34
I know that pauly and if the loyal supporters had their way kendall would have been sacked but in those days we had a board of directors with a set of bollocks and i suppose you are loyal to the crap that put on the shirt each week?

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15 Jan 2022 23:00:41
No. I'm not loyal to crap. I'm loyal to a man who will sort out this bunch of crap because I know he has our interests at heart. Its never about the players at Everton football club. It will only ever be about the heart of the man who is called the manager. He ticks every box for me. You should wake up a little bit.

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15 Jan 2022 23:10:22
Pauly Smitt we were 11th wgen the plane flew and Moshri stepped in. Got us 5th. Nobody come close since. As I said bring a good defensive coach with him and it would work. Mind you all pie in the sky as Moshri will ignore all in favour of these mysterious interfering advisors.

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15 Jan 2022 23:13:31
Rather bad language for a 60 year old Alan but I think I get your drift.

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15 Jan 2022 23:14:31
Keep the faith Alan.

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16 Jan 2022 01:36:35
We need someone with experience, who knows the club and can work with a rubbish squad. Only one man if we can pry him away from West Ham. I will probably get slaughtered for saying it but is Moyes not a logical decision now?

{Ed0666's Note - Why would he come for a relegation battle when he’s challenging for a champions league position. lives in London and has a better caliber of player to choose from when it comes to transfers

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16 Jan 2022 14:36:52
Why do we have to get soneone who "gets the club" it' s utter nonsense.
It has to be the best man who can do the job and there are none in this catagory I can think of "that get the club"
As for Martinez taking us down, we were 12th when Martinez was sacked with 1 game to go so we weren't going down so why sack him?
Moyes finished 17th his 2nd full season I don't remember too much screaming for him to be sacked, we gave him time, something todays Everton fans won't do, and things became better.

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