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#121 Stewartlowe4

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Posted 31 Jul 2009 - 20:33

Today i am a very angry Evertonian. An Evertonian since 1982 in fact. What really gets my back up is how Arsenal (Toure and Adebayor), Man Utd (Tevez and Ronaldo), Liverpool (Arbeloa and Alonso?) have declined the value of the premiership by maybe 15%. They have also weakened the premiership big 4 too, which means that evry other prem team should be throwing their hat through to their auntie into the ring in trying to make a step up to top 4 placings. Man city wont do it, even if they went and bought Ribery, Villa, Gerrard and Terry tomorrow. This is because Mark Hughes is not a world class manager and probably doesnt have the respect of the team to take them to the top. Mark Hughes has never experienced stability and will cut his own throat trying to fulfill the over ambitious thirst of the fans, media and board.
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#122 bluenoseyankee

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Posted 01 Aug 2009 - 04:53

even if they went and bought Ribery, Villa, Gerrard and Terry tomorrow. This is because Mark Hughes is not a world class manager and probably doesnt have the respect of the team to take them to the top.


If Citeh brought in those names, plus the others they have already signed (Barry, Ade, Tevez, Toure, Robinho, etc.) They'd be unbeatable. Even with a shite boss.
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#123 Moe Joe

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Posted 01 Aug 2009 - 05:16

If Citeh brought in those names, plus the others they have already signed (Barry, Ade, Tevez, Toure, Robinho, etc.) They'd be unbeatable. Even with a shite boss.


Gerrard and Lampard are arguably two of the best midfielders in the world, but they can't gel together for crap playing for England.
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#124 MikeO

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Posted 01 Aug 2009 - 11:32

Funny that non-Evertonians seem to have a higher opinion of us than some of us do....

From a Spurs site....

Everton may yet lose their best defender to an aggressive City move, but with the likes of Arteta and Yakubu both returning, with or without new faces, I would expect them to remain the same force as last season...


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#125 holystove

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Posted 01 Aug 2009 - 11:59

sounds like a reverse jinx from Spurs. :guiltysmiley: .
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#126 MikeO

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Posted 01 Aug 2009 - 12:40

sounds like a reverse jinx from Spurs. :guiltysmiley: .

Nah.....the article still came to the conclusion that they'd qualify for the Champions League (again).....delusional as ever :lol: .
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#127 PFthetoffee

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Posted 03 Aug 2009 - 09:10

think they are just trying to build bridges after sneakily using our scouting and stealing our transfer......
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