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Everton Feeder Club To Manure

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Here is an Email I received on 15 March 2006, make of it what you will but it is astonishing how many things have come true.

 

MARCH 15th 2006

The rumours gaining credibility about the feederclub to Manchester United.

 

There is continuing stories linking Everton FC becoming a feeder club for Manchester United. These stories have continued unabated for approximately 12 months without either Manchester United or Everton wishing to either confirm or refute whether they are true or just malicious rumours.

It is certainly true that the presence of Manchester united manager Alex Ferguson and his assistants are a regular occurrence at Goodison Park Even recently at Goodison, United manager was spotted in the directors box for the Everton home game versus Tottenham Hotspurs, also in attendance was the United manager’s skipper Gary Neville.

The agreement for Everton to become a feeder club for G14 giant Manchester United was apparently forged during negotiations for the transfer of Wayne Rooney from Everton to Manchester United in 2004.

Ferguson is believed to be making in-roads into formulating the transfer of Mikel Arteta to Old Trafford. Arteta was a guest of the Manchester United for the disappointing 0-0 draw against relegated Sunderland. Arteta was spotted in the directors box sitting next to Manchester United chairman David Gill.

It has also been reported on numerous occasions of Ferguson’s admiration of Everton midfielder Tim Cahill, a United swoop for the classy Everton midfield maestro should also certainly not be ruled out.

Obviously to become a feeder club for one particular club also needs to benefit the feeder club on the field of play as well as financially and this has been put into place, to allow Everton to have first choice of United outcasts.

This allowed Everton to have first choice in signing England international Phillip Neville, and is also why Everton have asked Ferguson on more than one occasion on the availability of United goalkeeper Tim Howard, a deal for the United keeper should not be ruled out in the near future.

Many figures have been mentioned but it is rumoured that Everton Football Club are receiving in the region of £4.5 million a year for the arrangement. This figure represents a paltry sum for the Glazer-run football empire but for a club in Everton’s finanacial predicament represents an absolute financial godsend – and Kenwright knows it.

Everton supremo David Moyes has also asked Ferguson on the eligibility of John O’Shea, but at present Ferguson is loathe to conclude a deal, but is willing to offer Everton first choice when he is made available. It has also been reported that Moyes was very keen on midfielder Paul Scholes, and was surprisingly not discouraged by the United Boss- watch this space.

Manchester United have for approximately 12 months been watching Oldham Athletics prolific under-19 goalscorer and fanatical United fan Scott Spencer, and Ferguson has reportedly given the go-ahead for Everton FC to sign him to bring him along until the time comes for United to sign him from the Toffees for a nominal fee.

 

Everton and Manchester United will eventually refute these allegations but like most things in life the truth will out, and then it will be very interesting how the powers-that-be react and punish the two parties.

United’s footballing empire under the guidance of new owner Malcolm Glazer continues to grow unabated, with footballing feeder clubs across almost all the continents, Europe with clubs in Belgium and England (Everton), Asia, Australasia and they are now in the process of successfully setting up feeder clubs in the African continent.

 

The puzzling question that does need answering is how did Everton Chairman Bill Kenwright agree to once English giant Everton become a laughing stock of English football, Everton once known as the Mersey Millionaires are now nothing other than a down and out also-ran and for Everton Football Club in particular the future looks decidedly bleak.

 

Found this on Kipper, just wondering if anyone had ever heard this?

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I think it's a load of crap.

 

The way I see it is:

 

 

Spurs Fixtures earlier this season..

 

Sat Aug 26 2006 Everton (H) 0 - 2

Sat Sep 09 2006 Manchester United (A) 0 - 1

 

Alex Ferguson was watching Spurs in anticipation of his upcoming fixture.

 

Gary Neville went along to watch his brother.

 

No clue about Arteta/Cahill

 

Tim Howard/Phil Neville were allowed to leave because they were not getting first team football, AF is a friend of DM and the clubs are not too far away so players did not need to move house.

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Got as far as..

 

without either Manchester United or Everton wishing to either confirm or refute whether they are true or just malicious rumours.

 

..not gonna waste my time reading any more. No-one going to confirm or refute because they are only in the mind of whoever wrote this shit and completely laughable.

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Got as far as..

 

without either Manchester United or Everton wishing to either confirm or refute whether they are true or just malicious rumours.

 

..not gonna waste my time reading any more. No-one going to confirm or refute because they are only in the mind of whoever wrote this shit and completely laughable.

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:o i would wipe my arse on this if my printer hadnt packed up ;)

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Utter bollox methinks .

 

Even Bill '' the buffoon '' Kenwright wouldn't be so stupid as to even dare suggest we sell our souls to become Manure's feeder club .

 

I'd rather smear my knob in honey and shove it in a bee hive than see Everton become little more than Manure's reserve side .

 

Bollox bollox and more bollox .................

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Utter bollox methinks .

 

Even Bill '' the buffoon '' Kenwright wouldn't be so stupid as to even dare suggest we sell our souls to become Manure's feeder club .

 

I'd rather smear my knob in honey and shove it in a bee hive than see Everton become little more than Manure's reserve side .

 

Bollox bollox and more bollox .................

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:o thats a lot of bollox their willo :lol:

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Read this one with a laugh. Couldn't imagine a more unlikely outcome (well, yes I could), but this one rates up there among the outlandish rumours of the year.

I couldn't even imagine the uproar that the loss of Arteta and Cahill would cause among Blues fans, especially if they went to Man U. Would management even be able to show up to home matches any more?

Rubbish, this one.

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Read this one with a laugh. Couldn't imagine a more unlikely outcome (well, yes I could), but this one rates up there among the outlandish rumours of the year.

I couldn't even imagine the uproar that the loss of Arteta and Cahill would cause among Blues fans, especially if they went to Man U. Would management even be able to show up to home matches any more?

Rubbish, this one.

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;) good call mate :D

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its pretty much one way traffic at the moment. apart from the late and unlamented rooney we seem to be doing well out of united.

 

howard and phil neville have turned out to be good acquisitions.

 

ferguson is a very smart manager and i believe that he is on good terms with moyes, who was once offered the job as his assistant.

 

he could be a mentor for davey and thats no bad thing.

 

he should also be greatful that he got rooney out of us.

 

as far as i can see the relationships good for Everton.

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Yes, well said Java, I harbour no resentment towards Manure, I like the way we have a good working relationship with them, now give us Ryan Giggs for a couple of years.

 

ATB

 

Mac

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Yes, well said Java, I harbour no resentment towards Manure, I like the way we have a good working relationship with them, now give us Ryan Giggs for a couple of years.

 

ATB

 

Mac

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in a swap deal for simon davies :D

 

PLEASE!

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Yes, well said Java, I harbour no resentment towards Manure, I like the way we have a good working relationship with them, now give us Ryan Giggs for a couple of years.

 

ATB

 

Mac

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Still they gave us Norman Whiteside :blink:

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Still they gave us Norman Whiteside :blink:

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Whiteside was a legend but i'am see-ing a bit of a trend developing with the mighty Blues ?????

 

 

Far too many of our more recent legends are injury prone could have beens aka Big Dunc , Norman Whiteside , Joe Parkinson , John Ebbrell etc etc .

 

You gotta love em !!!!!!!!!! :)

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We got Jesper Blomqvist shortly after Moyes signed as well. As someone has already said Moyes and Ferguson are good friends so he got first refusal. The distance between the two clubs and Evertons recent upsurge in the league without being a direct threat makes it an obvious choice.

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