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#1 GoldfishMemory

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Posted 19 Sep 2006 - 08:42

It's nice to hear that getting a headache and loosing my voice every week is actually apriciated every once in a while :D

http://www.evertonfc...ns-backing.html

The American keeper is looking forward to forging a strong relationship with the Goodison faithful.

"From what I have seen in the few games I have been here they have been fabulous," enthused Howard.

"They have been great. Everyone believes they help us and when we get in the dressing room, we all say 'the crowd has been right on it today'.


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#2 Mac

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Posted 19 Sep 2006 - 10:40

Nothing like a bit of soft soap to get the fans on side eh?, I like the fella and having said what he has makes me like him more.

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#3 Ian

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Posted 19 Sep 2006 - 17:52

Yeah he's saying the right things...and they are so true, it might just be a ploy to butter us up but it's nice to see they acknowledge it :D

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Posted 19 Sep 2006 - 22:28

In his big interview in The Evertonian he came across like he was here to put him self in the shop window, made no bones about it either.
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#5 Romey 1878

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Posted 19 Sep 2006 - 22:38

What did he say? Was he making out like he was wanting to go to another club other than Everton?
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#6 GoldfishMemory

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Posted 20 Sep 2006 - 07:30

In his postition I dont blame him but a season in front of the Gwladys street does strange things to football players as we all know!

Martyn came here because it was his last chance and now you never hear him mention another club and he still goes to Bellfield most days.

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Posted 20 Sep 2006 - 08:27

I don't have the mag to hand now so I can't quote, but he dodged the question about staying after his loan big time and the general consensus was that all he was interested in was getting some games under his belt.

It also mentioned he has terrets syndrome which suprised me. I thought that led to twitches but he said his concentration during a game is so high he can control it. He's a devout Christian and lives by the Book so he's high on morals which could be a good thing, maybe Moyes can get a gentlemans agreement with him about staying on. It'd just be a shame to see him go back to Man you after we revive his career.

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#8 chuky_r_law

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Posted 20 Sep 2006 - 09:58

i heard that moyes is a devout christian aswell.....is that true?
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Posted 20 Sep 2006 - 10:12

I don't have the mag to hand now so I can't quote, but he dodged the question about staying after his loan big time and the general consensus was that all he was interested in was getting some games under his belt.

It also mentioned he has terrets syndrome which suprised me. I thought that led to twitches but he said his concentration during a game is so high he can control it. He's a devout Christian and lives by the Book so he's high on morals which could be a good thing, maybe Moyes can get a gentlemans agreement with him about staying on. It'd just be a shame to see him go back to Man you after we revive his career.

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:D lets hope he sees the light and stays with us :lol:
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#10 Romey 1878

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Posted 20 Sep 2006 - 14:09

I don't have the mag to hand now so I can't quote, but he dodged the question about staying after his loan big time and the general consensus was that all he was interested in was getting some games under his belt.

It also mentioned he has terrets syndrome which suprised me. I thought that led to twitches but he said his concentration during a game is so high he can control it. He's a devout Christian and lives by the Book so he's high on morals which could be a good thing, maybe Moyes can get a gentlemans agreement with him about staying on. It'd just be a shame to see him go back to Man you after we revive his career.

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Theres no way he'll be going back to Manure, he'll definitely be playing permantley for a new team next season, I just hope its us.
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#11 thebluenose

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Posted 20 Sep 2006 - 15:50

yeh well put it this way.

kuschak or however the fuck you spell his name will defo be goin to manure. and i think van der saar coalfield will be goin. i can see howard goin back.

hope to fuck howard stays. hes been a good replacement for big nige
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#12 Romey 1878

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Posted 20 Sep 2006 - 15:53

Van Der Saar wont be going he's not long signed a contract extension, Kuschak will be his understudy probably for a year or too and then Van Der Saar will go
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Posted 20 Sep 2006 - 17:38

ben foster is looking a good prospect aswell so he may get the nod over howard aswell. does look as if howards manure days are numbered so a move to Everton at the end of his loan spell is looking like it may happen
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#14 StevO

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Posted 20 Sep 2006 - 23:27

Martyn came here because it was his last chance and now you never hear him mention another club and he still goes to Bellfield most days.

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Martyn is doing all his rehabilitation with Everton, they promised to finance and do all they can to help heal his leg, as he injured himself as an Everton player, the least they could do for a good servant imo
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#15 GoldfishMemory

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Posted 21 Sep 2006 - 07:41

Martyn is doing all his rehabilitation with Everton, they promised to finance and do all they can to help heal his leg, as he injured himself as an Everton player, the least they could do for a good servant imo

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Yeah I know but you only had to watch him on sky the other night when we played in the cup to see he's another born again Evertonian :D
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#16 StevO

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Posted 21 Sep 2006 - 17:06

once a blue, always a blue? :lol:
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#17 Mac

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Posted 21 Sep 2006 - 19:28

I loved the way he put himself over on SS2 I always thought of him as a big daft Cornishman, I think we have another blue for life.

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Posted 23 Sep 2006 - 09:34

ferguson has been complaining about the manu fans, so it must be a factor in moral and performance.
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