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Former Arsenal and Charlton Athletic striker Francis Jeffers has admitted to Sky Sports News that he would love to return to Everton.

 

The out-of-contract striker begun his career at Goodison Park before a multi-million pound move to Arsenal in 2001 that started him out on a downwards spiral.

 

Spells at Charlton and Rangers, as well as another loan move back to Everton, failed to kickstart his career and he is now without a club after being released at The Valley.

 

Jeffers has been linked with Championship outfit Leeds United, but the 25-year-old has conceded he would love the chance to return to The Toffees again despite a previous row with David Moyes.

 

After being left on the bench for a game against Tottenham Hotspur in 2004 Jeffers fell out spectacularly with the Scottish boss, however he insists that he left on good terms and would love the chance to partner Toffees new-boy Andy Johnson.

 

"I had a well publicised fall-out with Moyes but that was just down to my sheer determination to get into that team and desire to get back playing for Everton," Jeffers told Sky Sports News.

 

"It's happening every day in football clubs, lads getting disappointed and saying things they shouldn't have and that's what happened with me.

 

"When I left Everton to go back to Arsenal me and David were on good terms.

 

"We shook hands and said maybe one day our paths could cross again.

 

"Who knows? I'd love to go back there, I've seen they've just signed Andy Johnson so who knows?"

 

Reflecting on his failed time at Charlton, Jeffers rued a change of tactics under Alan Curbishley that resulted in him starting just nine league games for The Addicks.

 

"I was looking forward to working under Curbs, and got off to a great start and scored two on my début," Jeffers added.

 

"Then the team just dipped a little bit, weren't playing well, so Curbs pulled me and said we were going to go 4-5-1 and I was going to be the one to pay for it as he felt I wasn't sorted to playing that lone striker which was difficult to take as I was wanting to get going."

 

Despite also failing to impress during his time at Highbury, Jeffers still had words of high praise for Gunners boss Arsene Wenger.

 

"Wenger's the best manager in The Premiership by a mile for me," said Jeffers.

 

"I haven't worked with that many, just the way he handles himself and players, he's definitely the best manager I've ever worked for."

 

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The big eared bastard say he would love to come to Everton (Because no-one else will fucking have him) and says that he would love to play along side new Boy Johnson? well......He got beattie in the way of him there! MOYES DONT GET HIM! PLZ! :P

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maybe he is not media friendly,...maybe he just speaks his facinations..i am no fan of him either...but i believe even enemies deserve a chance when they realise their mistakes.So why not him?...would be a good backup or a squad player as i always wonder what happens when Aj and BT gets injured at the same time...do we have cover?

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NO FUCKING WAY! has anyone got the feeling that The Big Eared Bastard is going to join Everton? Dunno why the fuck it is on the website? NO WAY! i got a bad feeling about this! I wont fucking Surpport him if he is wearing a blue Shirt! The big Eared Bastard Turned his back on us and fucked off, and told rooney it was best to leave Everton! I wont Piss on the Big Eared Bastard if he was on Fire!

 

NO WAY MOYES! <_< Please dont sign Him! <_<

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Sounds like a desperate dead-end career boy trying to grab a contract from anywhere. Agent talk I tells thee!

 

What was that quote from press a couple of years ago when he advised Shrek to leave as the club has no ambition? Someone please dig it out, wasn't the nicest thing a 'blue' ever said about Everton.

 

Cheeky little tw@!

 

Sign him on a 10 year pay-per-game contract and don't play him.

 

Please!!!

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Sounds like a desperate dead-end career boy trying to grab a contract from anywhere.  Agent talk I tells thee!

 

What was that quote from press a couple of years ago when he advised Shrek to leave as the club has no ambition?  Someone please dig it out, wasn't the nicest thing a 'blue' ever said about Everton.

 

Cheeky little tw@!

 

Sign him on a 10 year pay-per-game contract and don't play him. 

 

Please!!!

I would just rather not sign the big eared bastard! I hate him!

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I know what we can do! :D

 

 

 

 

 

 

JEFFERS AS CLUB MASCOT ?

 

Hes On A Free !

Surely Worth A Sout?

Hes Got The Ears And Is Free On A Saturday Afternoon !

 

AND............ :D

 

 

They Should Decapitate Him And Spray His Head Silver.... Replacement In Case Any Trophies Go Missing! :lol:

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why does it look as if hes on his way back foz?

 

you know somethin i dont :huh:

Im BK dont you know ;)

 

but seriously why would they even bther to post it on the main site if there wasnt some smoke to the fire?

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I know what we can do! :D

JEFFERS AS CLUB MASCOT ?

 

Hes On A Free !

Surely Worth A Sout?

Hes Got The Ears And Is Free On A Saturday Afternoon !

 

AND............ :D

They Should Decapitate Him And Spray His Head Silver.... Replacement In Case Any Trophies Go Missing! :lol:

like it mate :lol::lol::lol::lol:

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I agree Fozzie.

 

Why post it on the website if they not thinking about bringing him back.

 

Maybe we could sign him but not to play.

 

Maybe we can use him for our youth squad and young players at the club and show them that its not always greener else where and what not to do with your football life.

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I agree Fozzie.

 

Why post it on the website if they not thinking about bringing him back.

 

Maybe we could sign him but not to play.

 

Maybe we can use him for our youth squad and young players at the club and show them that its not always greener else where and what not to do with your football life.

we could mount his head on a plaque,like hunters do with moose...

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Cheeky basta*d -

 

He left us in the shit and made a big fuss about moving on.

 

Everton even gave him a second chance to rescue his career and he still acted the big one, falling out with Moyes. He didn't do anything during this loan spell with us to suggest he was still a decent striker or person.

 

He hardly managed a kick at Charlton or in the Scottish League last year.

 

At 25 years old, he is already a has been.

 

The best thing about Jeffers is the money Arsenal paid us fo him.

 

Good Luck with in the Championship, maybe you will get a game.

 

Everton have moved on and Fransis Jeffers is a distant memory in my mind.

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if moyes wants him, then fair enough, bring the jug-eared one back and see what he can do. bet he won't be on much in terms of wages cos no one wants him. as back up for aj and beatts you never know - he could turn his career ruond and be amazing! doubt it though.....

 

he should get into pundritry and work on soccer saturday with phil thompson. pinnochio and dumbo.....

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ive had a think about this, if he comes back with one last chance to sort out his life, gets booed by the fans; then he might realise exactly how much he is hated,and how hard he will have to work to get back in favour it could pay off.

 

or he could just be shite

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If he does come back - We should make him take a huge wage cut.

 

I would think the way it has gone for him over the last few seasons, he will have had a lot of his 'swagger' taken out of him, and you would hope is a lot humbler.

 

If he came on a free, on low wages, and kept his head down and was able to recover some the form we once saw from him as a youngster. Then he may be a chance for him to 'repent his sins'.

 

I have to say one think for him- he's got some balls wanting to come back to Goodison, as he must be aware of what the fans think of him.

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