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8 hours ago, Formby said:

Always liked Gray - every time I've seen him play, he's been good. No problem getting him or Townsend.

Heaven help other teams' supporters checking out these boards for our views on our own players - would be very ugly, indeed.

And were the "thinking" Evertonians...

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7 minutes ago, London Blue said:

Not much.

Well, he's not exactly exciting but he's a positive character and a hard worker. With better service than he's had in the past, maybe he'd kick on. Not against him signing but not excited either. 

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45 minutes ago, Matt said:

Well, he's not exactly exciting but he's a positive character and a hard worker. With better service than he's had in the past, maybe he'd kick on. Not against him signing but not excited either. 

I just think there must be better players out there. He has not done well in China, he is getting on a bit now for a striker who relies on dynamic physicality.

Must be someone else available? 

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11 hours ago, Romey 1878 said:

 

 

I'm very hopeful about Gray - could be a really useful player for us.

I quite like how we're doing business here. Should have been doing this sort of thing when Moshiri first took over, rather than paying over the odds for mediocrity (cue some comment about paying below the odds for mediocrity!).

I think this could be a good window for us. 

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5 hours ago, chicagoblue said:

We need to sell him to give us FFP breathing room.  Squad is totally unbalanced with 80% of our asset value tied up in Dom, Kean and Richy.

Trying not to be pedantic here, but to look at our whole squad and think 80% of the asset value is just not even close. Unless it was a joke which would make a lot more sense to me. 

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1 minute ago, Sibdane said:

Hope not. Saw some rumours where he was kicked out of a bar like two months ago for being too drunk. Doesn't sound like he's grown up yet. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9607351/England-star-Ross-Barkley-kicked-bar-Mayfair-hotel-following-drunken-row.html#:~:text=England footballer Ross Barkley was,of the hotel%2C in Mayfair.

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Wouldn’t bother me one bit. Wasn’t happy we lost him, I don’t think Koeman was very keen on him and Sam made no attempt to keep him. I think he could have really progressed at Everton. 
A loan would be fine with me, if he’s not good enough he goes back. 
 

Not arsed he was drunk on his summer break either. Won’t be the first or the last, I’m ten years older than him and have no problem getting in a state like that. 

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Everton are keen on a reunion with Ross Barkley this summer, as is West Ham manager David Moyes.

Barkley spent last season on loan at Aston Villa from Chelsea, scoring three goals in the process.

The 27-year-old is back training with Chelsea this summer but is likely to be made available again by Thomas Tuchel ahead of next season.

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1 hour ago, StevO said:

Wouldn’t bother me one bit. Wasn’t happy we lost him, I don’t think Koeman was very keen on him and Sam made no attempt to keep him. I think he could have really progressed at Everton. 
A loan would be fine with me, if he’s not good enough he goes back. 
 

Not arsed he was drunk on his summer break either. Won’t be the first or the last, I’m ten years older than him and have no problem getting in a state like that. 

Being drunk is something I can understand. Getting in rows? Not so much. 

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For me it would depend on getting rid of someone like Gomes.  If we could get Ross on less wages he could be an option at times in there when we need someone to carry the ball forward.  Is he top of my list. Not a chance.  Might he be useful in this our summer of bargain bin shopping? Maybe.

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4 minutes ago, chicagoblue said:

For me it would depend on getting rid of someone like Gomes.  If we could get Ross on less wages he could be an option at times in there when we need someone to carry the ball forward.  Is he top of my list. Not a chance.  Might he be useful in this our summer of bargain bin shopping? Maybe.

I can't see him being on less wages than Gomes like.

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Just now, Romey 1878 said:

I can't see him being on less wages than Gomes like.

I'm sure he's not, but perhaps Chelsea will be subsidizing.  I'd expect this to be a deadline day type deal wherever he goes.  He had a full season at Villa where he should've been running the show, especially while Grealish was injured.  He didn't take his chance and is facing riding the bench for a year.  Chelsea won't want that either.

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1 hour ago, Romey 1878 said:

Don't really care about his off field shite.

What I do care about is that he's still the same frustrating player he was at 21 - capable of great things and you think something has finally clicked, but then he shows that he's still thick as pig shit and will never be any different.

Blind alley Barkley. 

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1 hour ago, Romey 1878 said:

Don't really care about his off field shite.

What I do care about is that he's still the same frustrating player he was at 21 - capable of great things and you think something has finally clicked, but then he shows that he's still thick as pig shit and will never be any different.

 

All the attributes in the world.  I honestly believe some genuinely world class players never had the talent this lad has. 

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8 minutes ago, Hafnia said:

 

All the attributes in the world.  I honestly believe some genuinely world class players never had the talent this lad has. 

He is probably the most disappointing player we’ve brought through in my time of supporting Everton. He’s got everything you’d want in terms of physical attributes and the skill set, he just doesn’t have the footballing intelligence to make the most of all of that. 

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4 hours ago, Romey 1878 said:

Don't really care about his off field shite.

What I do care about is that he's still the same frustrating player he was at 21 - capable of great things and you think something has finally clicked, but then he shows that he's still thick as pig shit and will never be any different.

This is it. 

There were times for Villa (and Chelsea before that) where he looked like he might finally kick on but then he makes a mistake or does something stupid and the roof falls in.

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9 hours ago, Sibdane said:

I don't see him getting much better which already isn't that great. 

He looked good a couple of years ago but never improved I hope we don’t go for him a loan at most

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1 hour ago, patto said:

This is a signing that we should be serious about Villa also interested I hope we go for him in a big way he had a great season just. 

The WBA fans I know seem to think he’ll go to West Ham if they don’t get Lingard.

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