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#1 CraccerC

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Posted 03 Jan 2008 - 14:48

http://www.evertonfc...sling-deal.html

Everton have agreed a deal with Plymouth Argyle for the transfer of Dan Gosling.

The 17-year old has come through the ranks at Home Park and has made 24 first team appearances after making his début aged just 16.

Right-sided Gosling can play both in defence and midfield and has been involved with the England under 17 and under 18 sides.

Blues boss David Moyes said: "He is one for the future."

The move for the youngster, who has two senior goals to his name, is expected to be completed later this week.

It would represent the second deal involving the two sides in the last few days, after Lukas Jutkiewicz went on loan to the south coast outfit on Monday.

The deal for Gosling is expected to mirror that for Jutkiewicz, with both youngsters sure to be important squad members in the years to come and the new arrival certain to feature for the reserves this term.
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#2 jacko1990

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Posted 03 Jan 2008 - 14:53

looks a good 1 for the future
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Posted 03 Jan 2008 - 15:02

Could be a good signing for the future, especially seeing as Chelsea were sniffing around him as well. We do seem to have alot "for the future" Gosling, Jutiwich, Rodwell, Kissock, Vidarson... lets just hope some of them can actually make the step up.
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#4 Romey 1878

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Posted 04 Jan 2008 - 10:19

http://www.plymouth....cle.asp?a=95145

Boyle could be part of the deal
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Posted 04 Jan 2008 - 12:58

Will be good to get some games under his belt if he does go on loan, with the troubles we have at leftback it would be good to have some come through the ranks that can do a job there. He seems quite versatile as well so would be a good squad member if he can make the step up
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#6 jacko1990

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Posted 04 Jan 2008 - 13:19

He's 20 and baines is 22/23? will he ever get a game? well obviously the Carling cups and When baines is injured but Lescott is the most likely source to fill in for Baines when hes injured, so if he gets some games under his belt good luck to the lad
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Posted 04 Jan 2008 - 13:23

Left Back position is (in my opinion) cursed for everton players. Look at recent left backs, Nuno, Pistone, Naysmith- even Ball a few years back, and Baines recently. All these players always seem to get injured and spend more time in recovery than they do playing. IMO any extra LB'd we have coming through will be a blessing. I'm not saying that Boyle will dislodge Baines as first choice left back but he will be a very good squad member due to the amount of injuries we pick up there
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#8 CraccerC

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Posted 14 Jan 2008 - 15:00

http://www.evertonfc...-finalised.html

done and done

Edited by CraccerC, 14 Jan 2008 - 15:00.

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Posted 14 Jan 2008 - 15:04

He's a cocky little lad is'nt he, i hope he plays the game as well as he talks it.


"I think I’ve changed from how I used to be, I used to be an attacking midfielder, getting into the box.
"I played defensive midfielder for England and I’ve also started playing right back more recently - just bombing on round the winger and getting crosses in the box really."

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Posted 14 Jan 2008 - 15:24

for a player who supposedly has no pace, i find it interesting
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Posted 14 Jan 2008 - 15:50

If the lad can play RB as well as he says then I say good luck to him! We could do with someone to genuinely compete with Hibbert and Neville there and then that way Jags can stay as competition for CB.
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