13 Jun 2016 11:04:16
Richard Askham. Highly thought of northwest bbc reporter saying there is still some way to go in negotiations and an announcement in next few days is highly unlikely.

1.) 13 Jun 2016
13 Jun 2016 11:25:39
I still have my doubts. I hope BK and Co are not holding all their eggs in one basket on the assumption that it'll all be sorted in the end. There are excellent other options out there and Everton are taking too long.

2.) 13 Jun 2016
13 Jun 2016 11:54:51

. I wish some would show a little patience n just chill. the club are doing exactly the right thing by not publicly going about their business. hence the fact there are no reliable rumours whatsoever out there. just guesswork. there is absolutely nothing out there which can be relied upon.


3.) 13 Jun 2016
13 Jun 2016 12:01:11
Patience. That's all we have showed. Other clubs get it done in a week. Look at Reading with stam. My patience has snapped. I'm really not bothered if we get koeman now or not. Sick of waiting and lost all interest. The excitement has gone out of it all now.

4.) 13 Jun 2016
13 Jun 2016 12:07:17
Dave882 I think they have put all there eggs in one basket mate.

5.) 13 Jun 2016
13 Jun 2016 12:20:56
Hi Ed here we go again so much negativity from some posters its all the usual tripe we get on here sometimes, patience is the name of the game chill out we have got the best investor we could ever wish for, new manager new players new stadium etc will follow wait and see, GuernseyBlue.

6.) 13 Jun 2016
13 Jun 2016 12:22:09
The papers say it's all down to money again and nothing is sorted yet just hope they got a back up plan.

7.) 13 Jun 2016
13 Jun 2016 13:42:17
My Goodness. Are we the most uptight bunch of supporters out there. He's just got back from holiday - a pre planned family holiday. So now he will meet to get the finer details sorted. PLEASE RELAX! This will take a few days which as expected and then it's to the business of assessing then strengthening. Until then stop thinking the worse and for goodness sake stop believing what is written in tomorrow's fish and chips wrappers.