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#1 arealtrueblue


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Posted 06 Aug 2007 - 12:32

Just want to say I'm very sad and disappointed to see james beattie leaving.Things didnt work out for James like we all had hoped including himself but I think he is a quality player who has true evertonian attitude he works hard and gives a hundred percent and I was sad to hear of him leaving.I was delighted when we signed him and I was happy after selling Rooney to get James as a replacement. Best of luck James on your new quest,pity it didnt work out with us but you tried hard and thats all you can do in life and I feel thats the everton way,100% percent and the rest is out of your hands, I wish you every success with the blades a team with an honest work ethic also.......................James beatties I along with many evertonians salute you...
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#2 aaron


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Posted 06 Aug 2007 - 12:38

Yeah great man but a crap player tbh. Couldnt score tapins really, the simplest of shots was always hard for him, but good luck to the lad.
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#3 Romey 1878

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Posted 06 Aug 2007 - 12:40

Even after leaving he's been class about the club and it's fans. Good luck James, I hope to see you back in the Prem next year.
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#4 Sickboy


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Posted 06 Aug 2007 - 12:51

Always thought he could have been a great player for us, but he's always lacked confidence. Guarantee he'll score 25+ this year & come back a much better player next year. 1 year in the championship is just what he needs.

Good luck beatz
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#5 SchoolofScience121


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Posted 06 Aug 2007 - 12:55

Personally, I don't care if he is a great guy. I only care about what he did on the pitch, and there for the most part he failed! I wish him well, but his attitude last year was all wrong. A striker should rise to another striker (AJ) coming in and challenging him, instead we saw the same happen to Beats as what happened to Bent when Beattie came.
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#6 GoldfishMemory


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Posted 06 Aug 2007 - 13:12

I stood buy him longer than most but I'm glad he's gone.

Good look beatz
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#7 ooberman


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Posted 06 Aug 2007 - 13:18

cracking bloke, bigger boobs than some page 3 girls

rubbish on the pitch for us sadly, cos on his day he's a top striker

stick a tenner on him being top scorer in the championship this year though :)
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#8 Foxon


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Posted 06 Aug 2007 - 13:20

good luck beattie hope you find your form again :D

Edited by Foxon, 06 Aug 2007 - 13:20.

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#9 Simon


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Posted 06 Aug 2007 - 15:50

good luck to him, but i could never see why we bought him in the first place, he needs people to cross balls into the box for him and we've never had any real wide players whilst he's been here, a bit of a wasted buy imo.
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#10 Bill


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Posted 06 Aug 2007 - 16:15

Think he had to drop a league to get his Career back on the rails, i can see him getting 15 goals next season.
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