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6 hours ago, Romey 1878 said:

You keep confusing me about the fucking timeline when you say Dunc. It was Unsworth. Sort it out, Shukes! :lol: 

On the subject of the Bisto tits, though. Did he really steady the ship and make us defensively sound? We took a few walloppings while he was in charge. He should never have arrived but the day he left was a brilliant day.

Haha it all makes sense now. I was getting confused why people were questioning me hahaha! 
I should just give up 😂

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6 minutes ago, Shukes said:

Haha it all makes sense now. I was getting confused why people were questioning me hahaha! 
I should just give up 😂

😂😂😂 you nutter I was thinking are we talking about the same thing.  

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54 minutes ago, Palfy said:

😂😂😂 you nutter I was thinking are we talking about the same thing.  

Hahaha I thought everyone else had gone nuts!!!! But as usual.... it’s just me haha!

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For the record Ferguson didn't want the job.... he would have done it but it was making him ill.  He was made up to get Carlo in.... night and day difference to anyone we've had in 20+ years. 

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Everton have won all six competitive home matches versus Bournemouth - including four in the Premier League - by an aggregate score of 20-7.

The three points and goals will be missed. 

Dominic Calvert-Lewin has had a league-high 21 shots without scoring since the Premier League's resumption.

Hopefully Dom can find the net today and finish on a high note today without this stat looming over him. 

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We got 30 points from 21 games under Ancelotti. Over the whole season with that ratio we would have finished 11th. 

Let's also be honest and say we didnt deserve most of the points we did get post lockdown, bar maybe the Sheffield Utd game. 

A lot needs to change ahead of next season and I am sure those at the top of the club probably don't even know where to start. 

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5 hours ago, Gwlad all over said:

Just wondering whether Carlo might want his own choice of captain next season.

There’s no need to change the captain really. 
Baines won’t be in the team, Gylfi will either be gone or replaced. That leaves Coleman and Digne, if Coleman is replaced there’s no issue with Digne being captain in that situation. 

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2 hours ago, Palfy said:

100%, Goodison is becoming the graveyard for managers who thought no job was to hard for them.  

One of the more stupid comments I've seen reading through the board. The Moshiri era has been filled with managers using Everton as a promotion, as opposed to thinking that a job was not too hard for them or stepping down to come here as you've hinted. 

Silva was managing Watford, who are now in the Championship with his previous clubs being Hull City, Sporting and Olympiacos. Hardly on the level of us. 

Allardyce had a great tenure at Bolton, but had been bumbling around relegation fodder before coming to us - again, at the time that he joined us, we were like winning the lottery for him. 

Koeman was the same as Silva, did poorly with Valencia and was managing a Southampton side that was not on the same level as us. 

Ancelotti has been the only manager I'd describe as being an out of this world appointment. Moyes, Martinez, Koeman, Allardyce and Silva all stepped up from their current employers to come here. 

I'd honestly like to hear what reasoning you have for such a negative view, unless it was just having a moan for moanings sake?

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16 minutes ago, Zoo 2.0 said:

One of the more stupid comments I've seen reading through the board. The Moshiri era has been filled with managers using Everton as a promotion, as opposed to thinking that a job was not too hard for them or stepping down to come here as you've hinted. 

Silva was managing Watford, who are now in the Championship with his previous clubs being Hull City, Sporting and Olympiacos. Hardly on the level of us. 

Allardyce had a great tenure at Bolton, but had been bumbling around relegation fodder before coming to us - again, at the time that he joined us, we were like winning the lottery for him. 

Koeman was the same as Silva, did poorly with Valencia and was managing a Southampton side that was not on the same level as us. 

Ancelotti has been the only manager I'd describe as being an out of this world appointment. Moyes, Martinez, Koeman, Allardyce and Silva all stepped up from their current employers to come here. 

I'd honestly like to hear what reasoning you have for such a negative view, unless it was just having a moan for moanings sake?

I’ve hinted nothing you have just assumed.  My comment was slightly tongue in cheek with the graveyard element, my main point was that a few managers have tried and failed, and as was said before my post if any team could break Ancelotti it would be us. Also how can you accuse Koeman or Silva of using Everton they were courted by Moshiri, Koeman week’s before Martinez was sacked, and Silva over 7-8 month period, neither of them applied for the vacant managers job. 

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On 26/07/2020 at 11:16, StevO said:

There’s no need to change the captain really. 
Baines won’t be in the team, Gylfi will either be gone or replaced. That leaves Coleman and Digne, if Coleman is replaced there’s no issue with Digne being captain in that situation. 

Holgate please.

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4 hours ago, Matt said:

Honestly, I think it should be Richarlison. Think it would be beneficial to him and be never stops trying. Would be happy with Digne though 

I would question his maturity on the pitch. A captain needs to be level headed. Its a tough one though as it might make Richarlison mature which would be great. Risky.

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49 minutes ago, Matt said:

That’s exactly why I want to give it to him. He would have to step up and I think he can do it. He acts like a brat because he’s been allowed too and been rewarded for it. But if he had to act like a leader, like he acts off the pitch, I think he would rise to the challenge and be an even bigger success 

sounds like you have had people work under you before matt, you sound like a good manager.

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31 minutes ago, markjazzbassist said:

sounds like you have had people work under you before matt, you sound like a good manager.

I’ve never accepted the positions, but I’ve been a team lead since I was 23 all over Europe so I’ve learnt a bit. Always put my team first, which has often resulted in them getting promoted and me held back. Irritating sometimes but when I see what middle management has to deal with, I think I’m best avoiding it because I’m too honest with people to play the necessary game. 
 

but anyway, thank you for the compliment. Made my day :) 

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On 28/07/2020 at 15:56, Matt said:

I’ve never accepted the positions, but I’ve been a team lead since I was 23 all over Europe so I’ve learnt a bit. Always put my team first, which has often resulted in them getting promoted and me held back. Irritating sometimes but when I see what middle management has to deal with, I think I’m best avoiding it because I’m too honest with people to play the necessary game. 
 

but anyway, thank you for the compliment. Made my day :) 

Mark’s always been prone to slight exaggeration 😜 Hope I haven’t ruined your day Matt 🙈
 

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1 hour ago, Matt said:

I’m in Interlaken for 4 days for my birthday and anniversary weekend mate. Glorious sunshine and about to go out on a lake tour

Ok I lose, you have a wonderful time mate and happy birthday Matt. 
You’ve been a bit of a jet setter of late mate I can hardly keep up with where you’re going to be next. 

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1 hour ago, Palfy said:

Ok I lose, you have a wonderful time mate and happy birthday Matt. 
You’ve been a bit of a jet setter of late mate I can hardly keep up with where you’re going to be next. 

Camping whilst there’s still a bit of money and E isn’t in school. Everywhere we’ve been since we got back from Liverpool is a 90 min drive for us :) 

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14 hours ago, Matt said:

Camping whilst there’s still a bit of money and E isn’t in school. Everywhere we’ve been since we got back from Liverpool is a 90 min drive for us :) 

You back in Switzerland mate?

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