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With no replacement this could be an extreamly bad move however with AJ, Beatts, Victor and Vaugh scoring for the rezzies the other night this could be Faddys chance to pick up the left wing berth and make it his own!

 

Just a thought and i wonder if this may be the tempter that makes Moyes consider swapping him with Steed and some cash????

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I'd sell him just think that this is the best money we'd ever get for him. To replace him well we've already god vdm and faddy so shouldn't be to much problem there however seems like we should have got Buckley also when we had the chance.

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COuldn't we look at selling him for a deal with Steed. Figures being quoted at £2.5m for Steed. Say offer £1.5m plus Kilbane.

 

However according to the Sun this morning its our fav club behind the Skunks that have nicked him from under the noese of Westham and that is of course

 

 

SPURS

 

£11.5m tripple raid for Chimba, Mido and Steed

 

However selling him without a replacement is a very bad move

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http://sport.independent.co.uk/football/pr...icle1222540.ece

 

Double edged sword - left is probabley our weakest side - But Arteta, VDM, Faddy and even Johnson at a push could cover that position until January at least. (i.e Johnson on the left and beattie up front when we go 4-5-1) (Johnson was originally a winger before he was employed as a forward)

 

Without being to cruel - we actually put up a better performance without Kilbane on the pitch on Saturday with only 10 men. That is a little telling on how much the team/squad really NEEDS him.

 

I would rather have a replacement lined up, before Kilbane was sold, but now many bid between £1M - £0.7M will be get for him in the future. I would be tempted to sell if the bid went as high as £1M as its some money in the bank ready for the next transfer window.

 

We managed without Rooney, Radzinski and Gravasen - probabley at each time out most valuable players (transfer fee wise) and did OK, so losing Kilbane sould be a walk in the park.

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Everton weigh up Fulham's £750,000 winger bid

 

10:12 8/30/2006

 

The Craven Cottage side are keen to take Kevin Kilbane to West London

 

http://www.fansfc.com/evertonfootballclub/...p?newsid=156877

 

"Fulham manager Chris Coleman has made a £750,000 offer for the 29-year-old Republic of Ireland international ahead of Thursday's transfer deadline.

 

Former Sunderland man Kilbane however remains a key part of David Moyes' squad and his departure at this late stage in the transfer window would leave the Everton boss short of options on the left-hand side."

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To be honest i dnt give a shit if were short of options get rid of him. We have players who can play on the left (ok not there main posistion but o wel)

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Thats not a bad thought Craccers with VDM & Faddy as cover i would trust vidarsson after what i saw in pre season.

 

I dont realy want to trim the squad down anymore but the sad reality is if Killa is here Moyes will play him and thats not good :(

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i cant believe some of you want to keep kilbane he is utter crap to be honest when i see his name on the team sheet i cringe , we have faddy for the left spot and vdm when hes fit so cover aint a problem but i think moyes best bet is to offer 1.5m cash plus kilbane for steed , i honestly think fulham will accept

 

thats just my opinion though

 

ps - GET RID OF KILBANE

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i cant believe some of you want to keep kilbane he is utter crap to be honest when i see his name on the team sheet i cringe , we have faddy for the left spot and vdm when hes fit so cover aint a problem but i think moyes best bet is to offer 1.5m cash plus kilbane for steed , i honestly think fulham will accept

 

thats just my opinion though

 

ps - GET RID OF KILBANE

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Who wants to keep him?

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i cant believe some of you want to keep kilbane he is utter crap to be honest when i see his name on the team sheet i cringe , we have faddy for the left spot and vdm when hes fit so cover aint a problem but i think moyes best bet is to offer 1.5m cash plus kilbane for steed , i honestly think fulham will accept

 

thats just my opinion though

 

ps - GET RID OF KILBANE

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Fulham will accept more or less any offer and have accepted numerous offers this summer already, its Steed who wont move to teams including us.

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Wait for Sunderland to come in for Killa (the Irish conection may be strong) and then wait for a bidding war to start.

 

First one to £2.5 mil gets him. :D

 

ATB

 

Mac

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Just echoing what everybody else has said really. We would be short but we won't get offered money for killa again, I would rather take a chance with the young lad on there or see if macca can make it his own, I hope we sell though regardless, its money for old rope.

 

All the best Killa, you work rate couldnt be faulted, it was just your ability :P

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wigan made us an offer we couldnt refuse!

 

2 mill rising to 2.25!!!

 

 

We couldn't reject Kilbane cash - MoyesSep 1 2006

 

By Dominic King, Liverpool Echo

 

The Blues received a fee of £2m, which could eventually rise to £2.25m depending on appearances, for a player they signed from Sunderland for £750,000 three years ago and only had 12 months remaining on his contract.

 

"We received a fair offer for Kevin and he thought at this present time it would be right for him," said Moyes.

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wigan made us an offer we couldnt refuse!

 

2 mill rising to 2.25!!!

We couldn't reject Kilbane cash - MoyesSep 1 2006

 

By Dominic King, Liverpool Echo

 

The Blues received a fee of £2m, which could eventually rise to £2.25m depending on appearances, for a player they signed from Sunderland for £750,000 three years ago and only had 12 months remaining on his contract.

 

"We received a fair offer for Kevin and he thought at this present time it would be right for him," said Moyes.

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:D good buisness ;)

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wigan made us an offer we couldnt refuse!

 

2 mill rising to 2.25!!!

We couldn't reject Kilbane cash - MoyesSep 1 2006

 

By Dominic King, Liverpool Echo

 

The Blues received a fee of £2m, which could eventually rise to £2.25m depending on appearances, for a player they signed from Sunderland for £750,000 three years ago and only had 12 months remaining on his contract.

 

"We received a fair offer for Kevin and he thought at this present time it would be right for him," said Moyes.

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well done moyesi, hes done well this transfer window except forthe last day not getting anyone :( £2m is robbery and im likeing it :P

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well done moyesi, hes done well this transfer window except forthe last day not getting anyone  :(   £2m is robbery and im likeing it  :P

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have to say its nice to be on the other end of a stitch up for once, what a great deal.

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