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Just saw that Jutkiewicz had scored again so I thought I'd have a look at a Motherwell forum to see what they think of him and Ruddy.

Ruddy is a major hit...

 

http://www.steelmenonline.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=5711

 

Look about 2.45 into this...

 

 

Lukas I can't immediately see much comment on but that's his sixth goal in his eleventh game so looks pretty good :) .

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Amazing what playing a few games can do for your confidence isn't it?!?!

Clearly they rate him up there, so not too much of a shock if it's made permanent sooner rather than later.

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Amazing what playing a few games can do for your confidence isn't it?!?!

Clearly they rate him up there, so not too much of a shock if it's made permanent sooner rather than later.

 

Id take it all with a pinch of salt tbh, I remember when we got Turner back from a loan at Sheff Weds that they were all raving about him and then Howard gets injured before the Mancs and Turner drops a clanger on to O'Shea's foot.

 

Its easy for a keeper to look good when he has loads to do but its much harder when you have nothing to do for 20-30 mins and then get called into action.

 

Fingers crossed they are goodens though!

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http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/football/spl/2009/11/26/getting-boot-from-everton-was-making-of-me-says-celtic-star-danny-fox-86908-21851768/

 

Here's another player we had plying trade in Scotland. You can never be sure that they would make it at prem level though. Mate is a Chester fan, says Ruddy was awesome for them. Hope he makes it, still young for a keeper, look at how many make it young and then fade due to expectations, Wright, Kirkland,Foster to an extent (united looking at Akinfeev to replace van der sar)

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Hopefully either Ruddy or Turner will step up to being Tim's cover next season, and whichever one it isn't should maybe move be moved on for their own sake. They're not kids anymore (23 & 25) and there's no real career to be had as third and fourth choices.

 

Not sure who's the better keeper, though Ruddy's pushing himself forward just now.

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i cant understand the carlo nash situation why buy him or sign him when to me ruddy seems to be the better keeper i think ruddy should be no two...carlos contract finishes in the summer so maybe then ruddy will step up but i have a feeling moyes will sign another keeper.

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i cant understand the carlo nash situation why buy him or sign him when to me ruddy seems to be the better keeper i think ruddy should be no two...carlos contract finishes in the summer so maybe then ruddy will step up but i have a feeling moyes will sign another keeper.

 

I think its important for a young keeper to get games whereas an old boy with experience like Nash is more than happy to sit on the bench and not get a look in. I think it was a good move in hindsight by Moyes, although I wasnt quite sure at the time.

 

Ruddy is more and more beginning to sound like a solid keeper up in Scotland and I really hope he comes back to Everton, gets a chance and takes it. Id also like to see Jutkievicz do the same.

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From what I have read this morning both are looking for permanent transfers to Well, only a deal needs thrashing out here. I agree with Patto, Ruddy must be a better keeper than Carlo Nash, Bill and myself already are better than him :o He is young with plenty of time to mature, rather have him here than sell him for buttons. Luke has found his scoring level, Danny Cad is also scoring in Scotland having failed at Div 2 Bradford, last term Luke got booed at Huddersfield because they thought he was gash, unfortunately they could be right

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I think its a foregone conclusion that he would go after so many smacks in the face from Moyes, I'd have gone when they brought in Nash.

EFC has treated Turner and Ruddy like shit, and if anybody is going to come back and haunt us, it will be one of these Keepers, might even be both of them.

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The mirror is getting as bad as the S*n, especially when you see a spelling mistake as obvious as this one get past the proof readers.

 

 

 

misspelling.jpg

 

 

Bill, you have no idea how much of a gem this is for me.

 

I'm doing a module about sub-editing and I've to find examples of mistakes, poor editing etc to include in my essay! Magic! :lol:

 

 

Oh, and on a side note the Sun is actually very well written.

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Oh, and on a side note the Sun is actually very well written.

One tiny example (I could come up with another thousand/million if I had the time).

 

Substituting "Roo" for "you" when talking about Rooney.

 

I refuse to believe that any newspaper that abuses English like that is well written.

 

It's infantile shite (imho).

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Bill, you have no idea how much of a gem this is for me.

 

I'm doing a module about sub-editing and I've to find examples of mistakes, poor editing etc to include in my essay! Magic! :lol:

 

 

Oh, and on a side note the Sun is actually very well written.

 

The Sun is a slandering, lying piece of shite.

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One tiny example (I could come up with another thousand/million if I had the time).

 

Substituting "Roo" for "you" when talking about Rooney.

 

I refuse to believe that any newspaper that abuses English like that is well written.

 

It's infantile shite (imho).

 

Maybe to you (and the others who've expressed their opinion on it) BUT numbers don't lie- The Sun is, without a doubt the #1 best selling paper in the UK and that's down to the way it's written, the audience it is intended for!

 

It knows what the audience wants and that's what it gives (Granted not for everyone, but can anything cater for everyone?)

 

Maybe I'll reply more on this matter once I've finished my essay on "Thinking Journalism" - This is too close to it for me to be really bothered now though :lol:

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Maybe to you (and the others who've expressed their opinion on it) BUT numbers don't lie- The Sun is, without a doubt the #1 best selling paper in the UK and that's down to the way it's written, the audience it is intended for!

All true...but (extreme example) Nazism was the number one most popular political ideology in Germany in the '30's. Did that make it the best?

 

Biggest and most popular isn't always best...totally flawed logic.

 

And what came first, the chicken or the egg? Are vast swathes of the population functionally illiterate because they've read the S*n for so long or were they already that dim and the S*n just talks down to their level?

 

It is the most popular paper in the country and that depresses me a lot.

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Prem experience? I'm pretty sure at best he's only had a few minutes in the Premiership. Not to mention he'll only have a year left on his contract come the summer. We'll be lucky to make the £1million back that we paid for him.

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Prem experience? I'm pretty sure at best he's only had a few minutes in the Premiership.

Came on after eighty-six minutes against Sunderland at Goodison in 2008. Second shortest Everton career after Anderson de Silva (v Charlton)?

 

Coincidentally I was at both games :) .

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there was a bit of sarcasm about the post...should have put Prem experience in quotes. I'd be glad to see 2 mil for him.

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lucas has never realy had a chance yet vic and vaughny have been persevered with for nearly 2yrs and neither is good enough.

 

 

I think persevering with Vic is starting to pay off actually. He keeps it up and I'll happily admit I was wrong about him.

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Certainly a brilliant strike. I would like to see him either come back here and be given a few sub appearances/cup starts or possible go to another Prem club where he can get some game time in the top flight as then we will really know if he will make the grade.

 

Same can be said of Ruddy. He looks pretty decent, the 2nd goal wasnt good from him but he does look like he has a presence which is a pretty good psychological thing for a GK. From what I have seen Ruddy looks more promising than Turner.

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Got a 3-3 draw at Rangers today (93rd minute Jutkiewicz pen) but not enough to get into the Europa because Hibs won at Dundee United.

 

Great composure to put away a penalty against Rangers, especially in the 93rd minute.

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Rumors are that Chelsea have bid around £5M for Ruddy and it has been rejecting with Norwich seeking twice that price. Does anyone know if and how much of a sell on fee we have for the player? Could be a little extra to add to the transfer budget.

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The Fee was undisclosed when he went, it was probably a giveaway.

 

Played on loan for nine clubs before he was 21, 5 years of his life with us and played one game.

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