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21 Jun 2023 20:58:28
Hi Ed002, what are the chances of re-signing Richarlison? Slim or none?


{Ed002's Note - I am not aware of any Everton interest.}

1.) 21 Jun 2023 21:15:56
Thank you Ed002.

2.) 22 Jun 2023 03:46:53
Could be worth a cheeky loan bid, NB. We can only ask!

3.) 22 Jun 2023 08:07:13
Can’t see it I’m afraid. If Spurs made him available, there’d be a queue of CL teams ready to offer him a spot.

4.) 22 Jun 2023 08:34:58
Another predominately left sided player is not required! I know we have previous in trying to collect as many left sided players as possible, I just hope we don't go back down that particular rabbit hole again.

5.) 22 Jun 2023 12:12:03
Can we start looking forward instead of back.

6.) 22 Jun 2023 12:20:42
If ya don't ask ya don't get bluepotato. Agree Worburnblue about going forward. Thing is, he was hot property when we sold him. Not so much now after the season he has had. Gone off the boil and can't see him being in massive demand for so called big clubs. Didn't overwhelm at Spurs. Doesn't matter what the reasons are that is the state of play with him at the moment.

He had a connection with the club even though he left and had to be sold. Return on loan as bluepotato suggests may not be the worst for the club.

7.) 22 Jun 2023 12:22:22
Can't understand why anyone would think he wouldn't improve us. We missed him greatly this season. Don't care what foot he kicks a ball with. Irrelevant of course as he won't come.
Looking forward is likely to result in a couple of loans and a couple of free transfers.

8.) 22 Jun 2023 13:18:18
It's not unusual for a player to make a big money move and for it not to click until the 2nd season. Spurs were clearly having all kinds of behind the scenes issues and I'm sure that all contributed. He did finish season with a couple of goals and assists. Regardless of Spurs saying yes or no, the player wouldn't be interested. He is a competitive type and his only aim will be showing what he can do. Pipe dream. Funny to also see how much traction this is gaining (especially from those who slagged him off in the past) I'd have him back in a flash. My favourite player for 30 years.

9.) 22 Jun 2023 15:34:41
Pipe dream, not convinced, but unlikely, yea. Steven Pienaar done something similar. Agree with everything else Formerly Brown shoes.

10.) 22 Jun 2023 18:32:19
JBt Richy would certainly improve us. I just think we need to get a RM and CF and bringing Richy back on would probably result in not getting a either a RM or CF. Plus we would probably have to pay a loan fee and his wages and would be in the same situation next season looking for a player to replace him.

11.) 22 Jun 2023 18:34:39
No point arguing over something that's never going to happen, argue who we should or shouldn't sign , we don't have money, don't have a lot going for us at the moment, so who really would like to come to the blue side, I'm clueless.



30 May 2023 21:17:16
Hi, Ed002. Any solid interest in clubs signing players from our squad?

Or, who in your opinion is the most likely players to leave over the summer?


{Ed002's Note - Jarrad Branthwaite (CB) Loan going well at PSV who will look to making the move permanent. Roma provide an option whilst Mr Mourinho is there, but that will likely leave if he does. Manchester United have sent scouts. I am not certain of any Liverpool interest but when asked, the player said he would consider it.
Amadou Onana (DM/CB/CM) Only moved to Everton last summer and they are not looking to sell him. Arsenal made an enquiry in January. Not out of the question that West Ham could do the same.
Abdoulaye Doucoure (DM/CM) Out of contract in the summer and will see what options he has before deciding whether to extend.
Jean-Philippe Gbamin (DM) Agent has made clear his future is away from Everton who may get a low offer from Turkey for him.
Andre Gomes (CM) Will return from his loan at Lille and then a decision will be made. Lille may be open to making an offer. Wasserman will be looking for other options no doubt.
Dele Alli (CM/AM) It continues to go horribly wrong and I understand Everton want the entire distraction of Dele Alli away from the club on a permanent basis. He should be at his peak value yet he is worth little to Everton if they want to sell. The loan to Besiktas did not well and they will not take up their option to buy. Everton could look to release him but will not want to pay up his contract - so some negotiation is required - particularly with Spurs if Everton want to avoid an issue with the PL.
Neal Maupay (S) Everton will look to upgrade with Gyokeres if they can.}

1.) 31 May 2023 09:57:18
Thank you Ed002. Hopefully Davies, Keane and Holgate find pastures new also. Give other players a chance at Everton.



08 Jan 2023 17:28:05
Ed002 any developments on players leaving Everton that you know of? Would be much appreciated, thank you.

Anyone think the club has already resigned to selling Pickford? Find it very strange that Iwobi and Gordon are offered much improved contracts. Yet no mention of Pickford getting a new one with his current one winding down in the not too distant future. Sell to raise funds for attacking players possibly? Begovic till the summer?


{Ed002's Note - There will be interest in taking Pickford in the summer - perhaps Spurs will head the list. Mason Holgate (CB) Southampton offer an option.
Michael Keane (CB) Wants a loan. Nottingham Forest and West Ham may offer options still.
Anthony Gordon (LW) Everton will resist a sale but will see interest from Spurs and Newcastle. Agent could offer him to Crystal Palace as a long term Zaha replacement - he has a very good relationship with them but CP will look to extend his contract.}

1.) 08 Jan 2023 19:31:01
Again thank you Ed002.

2.) 08 Jan 2023 22:01:26
NB, there was a report in press the other day saying that talks had progressed well before the world cup break and that both sides were happy with negotiations and expect something to be signed before the summer. Not too sure if I read that in a newspaper or online mate or I would have posted the link.

3.) 08 Jan 2023 23:02:45
Bluepotato it was from El Bobble bud.

4.) 09 Jan 2023 02:47:51
Cheers, lamps. I've been reading that much about is over the last few days it's hard to keep track.

5.) 09 Jan 2023 08:47:12
We wouldn't need to replace any of them, just throw in another 7.

6.) 09 Jan 2023 13:43:50
Cheers bluepotato. Be probably the first player I'd want tied down to a long term contract. Certainly wouldn't want to let it run down.



30 Mar 2017 08:19:34
Hi Ed, any news on potential outgoings this summer. Namely Cleverly, Niasse, McGeady etc.

Thank you in advance.


{Ed002's Note - Hull have a cheapish option to buy Niasse at the end of his loan so we will see at the end of teh season. Lukaku will look to move on to achieve his goal of playing football at the highest level - Everton are at fault for screwing up the contract situation. Spurs interest in Ross Barkley has waned - we need to see if anyone pushes for him. Tom Cleverley has both Newcastle and Watford interested and Milan, subject to resolving another issue, want to make the loan of Gerard Deulofeu permanent.}

1.) 31 Mar 2017 11:00:00
Cheapish? I read a report that it was a £10m option so is that what represents cheapish?

2.) 01 Apr 2017 03:44:07
Cleverly has gone previous reports quoted 9 million which is a profit since we got him on a Free. Niasse is also in 8-10 million apparently. How did Everton screw up contract negotiations?
Ross was never likely to move I believe his agents are stirring the pot to get a better ideal, he loves playing for the Blues. just my opinion.



07 Feb 2017 11:14:34
Ed's, anyone, any sign of existing players signing new contracts? Namely Barkley and Robles who's contracts expire in less than 18 months. Lukaku has a little over 2 years left on his and there was talk of him signing a new one before Christmas. Albeit from his agent who may have been trying to ignite interest.

These are 3 players I'd certainly like to see tied down. I'm sure there are probably one or two others that I'm not aware of whose coming to the end of their contracts also.


{Ed001's Note - I don't know about Robles, but Barkley was keen to get a new contract and expected to sign one before the summer.}

1.) 07 Feb 2017 12:29:13
Thanks for that Ed001.

{Ed001's Note - welcome mate.}

2.) 07 Feb 2017 16:05:58
I was wondering the other day about Lukaku and his contract was said to be 99% done so did it get finalised and signed?

{Ed025's Note - not as far as i know ST, i heard it was close to being sorted but have had no confirmation yet mate..

3.) 07 Feb 2017 19:52:09
Ta muchly Ed.

{Ed025's Note - anytime mate..

4.) 08 Feb 2017 08:38:41
Read an article that Lukaku signed a contract last December earning over £100,000 a week and has a get out clause of £80m. It also said Chelsea are going to give that amount in the summer as Costa is going to China after the bust up with Conte.

What a load of ballony! As you say Ed025 he did not sign the contract last December. Shows how much the papers make up.




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23 Jun 2018 18:06:16
Seeing as the news on street is we have to let 10 or more players go I thought I'd start a thread on it. Myself and Blue-tit talked about players to keep or on an earlier thread. Here is the ten I'd like to see go.


With Mori and Robles already gone. That would be a big clear out. A needed one.

I can see some argument for keeping Stek as number 2 and possibly Rooney. As for the rest I'd be happy to see them move on and create room for others coming in.

Anyone want to keep some of the above players? If so, why? Or maybe there is some other players you would rather go on the list.


1.) 23 Jun 2018 18:21:37
Stek is the only one i'd keep as i don't think we could get a backup keeper as good for the money we wold get for him.

2.) 23 Jun 2018 19:15:52
Spot on NBTB.

3.) 23 Jun 2018 20:33:58
NBTB All depends on what the money people say at Everton regarding your list. Weigh up loss of transfer fee initial outlay to savings on wages. Either way the World Cup doesn't exactly enable Everton (and others) in particular to hit the ground running. I really do hope that Mr Moshri (and his advisors) are now wholly committed to the new Management/ Coaching Team for the long run because truth be told it is a long term project. Our fans not known for patience really do need to find it now.

4.) 23 Jun 2018 21:12:57
Good post NBTB mate.

5.) 23 Jun 2018 21:18:17
True ktf1950. Squad needs to be trimmed. Players are going. They need to go for this overhaul to happen.

6.) 23 Jun 2018 23:15:00
Can't argue with any of them NBTB. Understand keeping Stek as it's tough getting a back up.

I just hope we don't do the crazy buying of players from last year. Just a few quality players.

By the sounds of it we have a much more prudent plan this year.

7.) 24 Jun 2018 02:15:09
You could add Galloway and Browning in there for me.

I think Gueye, Davies, besic, jmac benagime, Dowell, klasson, Rooney, Schneiderlin is ridiculous - how did we get into that position. 4-5 of them have to go surely.

Also scary how lots of very
recent signings who cost lots (wages too) seem like they have no real future: Rooney, klasson, Sandro, Vlacic, Martina, bollasi- I’d also question the logic in Walcott (age) . our best winger is lookman - surely needs to be one of first names in the sheet

You just wonder where the goals will come from next season - lot of pressure on Toulson. Only other goal threats really: sig, Walcott, lookman? Dowell and Niasse if he stays

Need to be careful we don’t bring in players who stop the likes of DCL, Davies, kenny, Dowell, Robinson, Hollgate, Benhigime developing - no easy answers - i'd personally go all out for a striker and a centre back. Let’s see what lookman, Dowell, Davies can do. Bring Robinson through also - young team full of energy.

8.) 24 Jun 2018 07:22:17
I wouldn't argue with your list NBTB but would add a few more on the basis that I don't think all your list will go and we really do need to trim this squad

I'd add Sando and Klassen unless Brands/ Silva really think they can make the starting 11. I know there are some that say they haven't had chances but really they have and haven't been able to take them which indicates a weakness in the Premier League

I think Besic and McCarthy would also struggle to get in the side but one of them might be a good cover. Galloway and Browning I'm not sure of - they haven't exactly done great on loan. Are they going to develop to the level we require?

9.) 24 Jun 2018 08:31:22
I'd be interests to see how many of those named actually move on NBTB in the next 2 years and who stays.

Let's see what Silva can do with them all first. Surely he'll know quite soon who is willing to play his style of football and who is capable of doing it well; as well as those surplus to requirement.

10.) 24 Jun 2018 10:25:54
I did think of putting Galloway and Browning on it. Only reason I didn't was after selling Mori and Williams on that list we would be light at centre back if no one was signed. I know they would not be ideal but imho your better giving youth a chance than keeping the likes of Williams. Could easily add them to the list.

McCarthy and Besic could easily be added too. The reason I didn't is their commitment when playing is unquestionable and they are both still in their mid twenties. If their injuries persist by all means let them go.

Klaasson for some reason I totally forgot about. Unfortunately can't see him getting into the first team at this stage so I'd move him on.

Sandro on the other hand I would try and keep and give a proper chance. He could fit into Silva's style in my opinion.

In general I would love to see youth given a good chance. Obviously blended in with the more senior players. All the young players mentioned above are worth given a chance imho rather than keeping the players on that list. The noises coming from the new team at the club indicate that they will get that under Silva. Hope it comes to fruition. I believe it will. We will all need patience with it. Seems the approach is more shrewd from here on in. It will be a long road but one worth taking imho.

11.) 24 Jun 2018 11:05:40
Schneiderlin could stay, he has quality and it’s ilto the manager to get him to perform like he can.
The rest are surplus, I like Bolasie when he’s on his game in fairness to him he returned from a lengthy injury.

The good thing is and I hope it continues that we do our business quietly until confirmed. Then announce it.

12.) 24 Jun 2018 15:34:33
Agree with all that Robbie.

13.) 24 Jun 2018 20:40:20
Used to be of the same opinion of them two Robbie but had enough. Hope they prove me wrong in the new season and hit the ground running.

14.) 25 Jun 2018 09:19:28
wouldn't flog oumar, the lads a nuisance and somehow gets goals, surely good enough for a squad player he's proved he can score goals, cup games etc he'd do a job.



13 Feb 2018 10:27:30
11 fixtures left. Only 2 teams that will be difficult. The dark side and Man City. We should be picking up a lot of points from the rest. 9 very winnable fixtures. Should see us climb the table to 7th.

I'm one who is supporting SA. However I honestly say if he doesn't get 7th by the the end of the season its a failure. We are in a very good position to do it. Burnley are struggling as of late. I'm not one to give out about managers generally and have stood up for SA but he has to get 7th.


1.) 13 Feb 2018 10:39:38
I stand to be corrected here but if he manages to get us into 7th and Europe he will become the first ever Premiership manager to take a team out of a relegation battle and into the top 7 in the same season.

2.) 13 Feb 2018 10:43:37
Nice post NBTB mate, hope you are right but I do think you are in a dreamworld?

3.) 13 Feb 2018 10:55:29
I would love him to get us to 7th mate and honestly think it is achievable, we need to improve our away record to do it though.

I need to personally show more support for SA he is after-all our manager.

4.) 13 Feb 2018 11:00:19
I think 7th is doable but not an achievement. And I don’t think SA can do anything between now and the end of the season that can convince me he deserves anther year.

He has delivered to a degree what was required of him but nothing else. Let’s be honest, surely the 18 months on his contract are for 6 to get us out of trouble and the other 12 to secure a good handshake when the inevitable happens in the summer.

I respect what the guy does so well and my goodness we needed it. But if this is the sum of our ambition, I’m going to need to sit in a dark room for a while.

7th, when so many this season are struggling is just plain average. I do understand it’s an improvement from where we are but come on, another 12 months of this guy and we are looking at a very forgettable 2018/ 19.

5.) 13 Feb 2018 11:52:22
I agree Toffee Ace. For me, despite the fact that 7th was the best we were ever going to finish by the time he took over, the standard in the rest of the league is so bad that we've only won 5 games in 2 and a half months and we are still in with a shout.

So given that we can't realistically finish higher than 7th for me it's about performances and results. We need to get a good team going, dominate teams around us and show that we are the 7th best team in the league. If that happens I'll give San a chance, as I don't believe that the players are as poor as some people on here woupd have you believe.

6.) 13 Feb 2018 13:19:01
Stig, dreamworld? Even people who don't rate or want Sam say its achievable.

7.) 13 Feb 2018 13:25:20
Won’t happen we are poor, poor team. Think it’s a little arrogant to rule out those currently above us, and those just below us. Let’s see what people think after the Watford game.

8.) 13 Feb 2018 13:52:00
Woburnblue, I think there’s always a chance given there’s only 2 points in it. Burnley were crap against Swansea. Leicester are by no means certs for 7th either. Yes we are playing some grot at the moment but to say it won’t happen is as pessimistic as saying it will is arrogant.

9.) 13 Feb 2018 14:07:09
Couldn't of put it better myself Toffee Ace.

10.) 13 Feb 2018 14:55:12
Ok I would love to be optimistic but have a look at Leicesters run in compared to ours and then see if you still think 7th is achievable.
Our next 5 games are Watford, Burnley both away, Brighton at home, Stoke away then city at home. At best with the way we play away from home you should say we pick up a point from each away game and 3 at home to Brighton and 0 from city, that's 6 points and the magic 40 point mark. Let's look at Leicester's 5 games, they have Stoke, Bournemouth and Arsenal at home with 2 away games at West Brom and Brighton. So let's say they collect a point at each away game, which they should at a bare minimum and collect 7 points from the 3 very winnable home games, that's 9 points from 15 compared to our 6 from 15 and puts them on 44 points 4 clear of us, we then play Lpool at home and our record against our neighbours is well, its embarrassing, meanwhile Leicester have a home game against Newcastle so by the end of this round of fixtures we could find ourselves 7 points behind Leicester.
I would love to share the optimism that 7th is achievable, it would be if we had a manager who set a team up to win away from home, which we don't, I reckon we will finish 9th myself due to our away record.
Just for the record as well Burnley's next 6 are home games against Saints, us and Chelsea, I would say 5 points from them 3, West ham, West Brom and Watford away, using the same 1 point at each away game that's 3 points and 8 from 18 and puts them on 44 points and 4 ahead of us.
Of course this is just my guess, but I can only see the teams above us going further ahead rather than us clawing it back, would love to be wrong but doubt it.

11.) 13 Feb 2018 16:22:11
Fair point Bluegray. But since the middle of December both teams have been pretty bad. Leicester have only won 2 out of 9 and Burnley haven’t one any in their last 9. Both teams have their troubles right now as do we. And whilst those predictions you’ve made are very reasonable, when I look at the recent form I still think there’s a fair shout for us.

12.) 13 Feb 2018 16:42:51
So what your saying is we will get seventh because we won’t be quite as bad as the rest of the crap in the league. Am I a pessimist? Not really just a realist, and personally think 10th is where we will end up.

13.) 13 Feb 2018 16:55:59
To achieve and remain at 7th is possible but as others have said it needs a change of selection and tactics from Sam toward away games. At present because of this approach all it takes is a blip at home and we slip back down again.

{Ed025's Note - i wont be very happy if sam sacrifices away games DFS, its a recipe for disaster and never mind it sapping confidence what about them poor buggers who travel the country following the team?, i have to be honest with you if he starts that nonsense again i will be calling for his head..

14.) 13 Feb 2018 20:46:44
We should be going to Watford, Stoke, Swansea and Burnley and attacking them, yet I feel this won't happen and Sam will revert to type and play Schneids and Gueye and leave a single man up top isolated.

Watford will attack us and leave gaps and we should be exploiting this, we have a settled midfield in Rooney, Gueye and Davies and they seem to have an understanding so why break them up just because its an away game? We should only change a winning side if we have injuries, yet Sam seems to change it every time an away game pops up! The only way I would sacrifice one from that midfield 3 was to go 2 up top.



04 Feb 2018 11:49:05
Any chance of a poll Ed? Where do people think we are going to finish this season?


{Ed033's Note -

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1.) 04 Feb 2018 16:20:20
top half just.

{Ed025's Note - very optimistic mate..

2.) 04 Feb 2018 16:28:20
Much appreciated Ed033. Don't mind revealing my vote. 7th, the highest that was put in after 33 votes. Timing is of a negative mindset after the defeat yesterday. Still if you go by this site we are up and down like a yo yo. Hard to remain positive when we are in the middle of a bad patch. Future is bright despite yesterday's defeat.

{Ed033's Note - Maybe you need another poll asking who do you think should be the next Everton manager?

3.) 04 Feb 2018 20:35:14
Not for me Ed033. Hate this thing of changing manager as soon as things get tough.



02 Jan 2018 23:37:40
Thank you for the posts below BobbyC. My opinion on Garbutt too. Just seems he is not deemed good enough.

P.S. you are a follower of the Cowpat Sid club or you are Cowpat Sid?

He is greatly missed on this site :-(.


1.) 03 Jan 2018 00:45:48
NBTB: as I understand it, Cowpat Sid appeared on the television show “Stars in Their Eyes”; after saying to the compère, “Tonight, I’m going to be Glenn Miller”, he walked through the doors and was never seen again ;-) Since then, he has become an almost-mystical figure on this forum.

Rumour has it that he was shot down over the English Channel. I don’t know if it was by one of the Eds flying a Messerschmitt - or some other Fokker ;-)
By the way, “The Cowpat Sid Appreciation and Memorial Society” is not a religious organisation - it is non-profit and non-prophet; the only article of faith is belief in Everton Football Club, whose Holy Trinity is Kendall. Ball and Harvey and whose Messiah was Alex Young ;-)

2.) 03 Jan 2018 09:15:52



25 Dec 2017 14:47:07
Happy Christmas GuernseyBlue, Grumpy and all fella toffees. Eds fantastic work on the site. I thank you.


1.) 25 Dec 2017 15:13:23
Happy Christmas mate, I hope you have a good day and a wonderful meal.

2.) 25 Dec 2017 17:53:58
Happy Christmas to all on here from snowy and cold Connecticut.

3.) 25 Dec 2017 18:13:02
You to Mike, best wishes.

4.) 25 Dec 2017 23:21:42
Hey BlueMike. Merry Christmas to you too. Sister in-law lives in Danbury Connecticut. Got a picture this morning with plenty of snow. Getting to -20 degrees later this week. Mind yourself and enjoy the game tomorrow.

{Ed002's Note - I know Danbury.}

5.) 25 Dec 2017 23:50:35
In Essex Ed001. Happy Christmas.

{Ed002's Note - CT.}

6.) 26 Dec 2017 01:45:49
Thanks NBTB, we are in Oxford, CT which is very close to Danbury. Up here to see the kids and six grandchildren. They can keep this cold weather, back to Florida for the winter on Dec.31st. Will definately enjoy the game tomorrow and expect us to win 3-1,

{Ed002's Note - Enjoy man.}




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25 Jun 2023 23:24:42
What are the bookies offering on a tipple with that Worburnblues? ?.




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25 Jun 2023 23:23:54
Onana signed and he has potential. Of course players will sign for Everton. No point holding onto players if they are not good enough. We will have a full squad next season that will give it a go under Dyche.

Rather that than the scatter gun approach in signing players. Remember Rooney, Klassen and Sig were all signed in the one window. 3 players for pretty much the same position.

Then get in a fancy manager to fu*k everything up every 6 months. It's the Premier League. It's the most attractive league to play in the world over. We need this overhaul badly. It will either kill or cure our Premier League status. In the short term at least.




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22 Jun 2023 15:34:41
Pipe dream, not convinced, but unlikely, yea. Steven Pienaar done something similar. Agree with everything else Formerly Brown shoes.




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22 Jun 2023 12:20:42
If ya don't ask ya don't get bluepotato. Agree Worburnblue about going forward. Thing is, he was hot property when we sold him. Not so much now after the season he has had. Gone off the boil and can't see him being in massive demand for so called big clubs. Didn't overwhelm at Spurs. Doesn't matter what the reasons are that is the state of play with him at the moment.

He had a connection with the club even though he left and had to be sold. Return on loan as bluepotato suggests may not be the worst for the club.




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21 Jun 2023 21:15:56
Thank you Ed002.





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27 Jun 2023 22:38:28
? correct bw, it's still there. But like I said what is not still there is the remainder of the original post. Again, like I said it was deleted by one of the Ed's.

Like I said some people, in this case, the original poster of this thread have nothing better to be doing than going outta their way to troll. The first line was left and the rest was deleted.

My post that you quoted was nothing to do with you and like I said was reference to the original poster really. GuernseyBlue gets way too much flack on here from people up to no good.

It had nothing to do with you and if you picked it up that it had, which it looks like you did, that's your choice. Why would you when you hadn't even posted in this thread before my post that you quoted?

I never went below the belt in any comments with you. I can, very easily but what would be the result of that? Insults back n forth. Is that what you would like.




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27 Jun 2023 12:58:30
Absolutely dfs. Make the world go round.




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26 Jun 2023 17:03:49
Couldn't of put it better myself JBtoffee.




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26 Jun 2023 14:45:04
Keep going with it bw. That quote you took above is from a totally different post. You are blatantly taking that out of context.

The above "" you took was from a post that bluepotato quite rightly points out was part of a bullying thread that was put up. Which has been deleted since.

It had no reference to you and every reference to the bully. They were quoting the song Blue. That's why I put blue in capitals. A brand new post aimed at bullying GuernseyBlue.

That's another below the belt personal, absolute garbage posters put up. Some people have nothing going on and nothing better to be doing than just trolling. Anywhere they can to spread complete and utter sh*te that no one wants to hear only themselves because they get a kick out of it.

It's sick that people go so much out of their way to try their best to inflict pain on others. Hurt people, hurt people as they say. At least try to anyway. Then they wonder why they have plenty to complain about?




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26 Jun 2023 13:02:18
Doing the same bw, calling a spade a spade. However I did not resort to getting over the top. Saying personal stuff like you talk some tripe on your high horse, are special needs, acting like a 4 year old etc. That's below the belt and uncalled for.

Never apologised for what you mentioned in above post bw. Calling out all the things that everyone knows and is in agreement with at the club while continuely moaning about it is not supporting.

We all want a new owner and guess what we are getting one. The rules and regulations that are in place is ensuring Moshiri is going. So why are people still complaining and saying get him gone?

He is going. He wants out. There is hope. Why try to keep doom n gloom going when change is on the horizon. Yes the club is in a mess. Never said any different or for anyone to do anything. Regularly point out everyone is entitled to their opinion.

Change is constant with anything. Why would it be any different with this great club? Let's just agree to disagree with whatever you are disagreeing on with me. I'm certainly going to continue supporting the club through thick n thin.




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