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  • Mark @ 12, why settle for a draw? Only joking, but with a replay of the spirit shown against Chelsea, whilst it was not a classic performance, and it was at home, the same determination will surely yield something....
    Derek Knox in Manchester United vs Everton
  • Discussed at boardroom level was it?, The echo reporter was disguised as a lampshade in the corner then, or they went old school and bugged the room? Kenwright “what about Mikel?”Brands “no”....
    Andrew Laird in Arteta under consideration as Everton mull their options
  • Ray @ 247, trying to get a TW Fishing Trip organised, I'm sure you will be interested! 😂😋Jay, well done mate, in Ray's defence it was well constructed and almost credible, I particularly liked the highlights in the margin, alluding to other news....
    Derek Knox in Ancoletti the 'new favourite' to succeed Silva at Everton
  • Colin @ 1, spot on there mate, but regardless of who we get in as Manager, it would be impossible for him to make changes beyond those to the playing staff, training methods and of course, results.The Board needs to be re-organised, and that can only come form one source, and I doubt whether much will change in that area, unless...….. ?...
    Derek Knox in Arteta under consideration as Everton mull their options
  • Arteta seems to be a nice guy. I’m sick and tired of nice guys. We need a big presence in the club. A huge personality who will drag the club up by the bootstraps, not some deep thinking, hands in pockets, head down, yes man.This club needs a rocket up its backside not a mindfulness guru....
    Colin Glassar in Arteta under consideration as Everton mull their options
  • BillYou have to bear in mind too that in the 50’s and 60’s nobody knew what the attendance was because half the crowd never “officially” paid at the gateIt was just a couple of bob to the turnstile operatorAll the kids just bunked over the turnstile tooThose bastards must have been millionaires millionairesWembley was the sameWe went down on a full coach and only me and my brother had tickets The whole coach got in !...
    John Keating in Everton announce date of planning application submission
  • A cerdible draw and I will be happy... if we loose as most punters think o hope Duc fires the players yp enough to give the mancs a good game.....
    Mark Andersson in Manchester United vs Everton
  • Cant understand supporters wanting Moyes back because he steadied them in his last tenure, Wasn't he exposed to what a poor manager he was after he left with the clubs he went to. Has non of them learned from one of Evertons greatest managers H.Kendall that you may not be the same manager as when you left. I can understand some of the top names not wanting to come, as most of them are on a high salary with established clubs, and the other options don't want the challenge of having to rebuild a struggling side.But to want to bring backa failed manager just because he had us in good positions in the league and cup, without winning anything just smacks of desperation and definitely ambition.I now live in Canada but get back quite often, usually in September / October,but if they make Moyes manager I will be saving a lot of money by not going back to Liverpool. ...
    Bill Gall in The Times: Moyes 'on the brink' of Everton return
  • Going to Old Trafford down to the bare bones of a team. No reason in the world to be optimistic, but yet I am. 4-4-2 again. Tom in for Morgan, Richarlison goes out right. Moise plays off DCL. Soak it up and sucker punch them. Believe....
    John Reynolds in Manchester United vs Everton
  • Oh dear, what a shame, never mind.Now we will see if Dunc has it to play some of the kids....
    Alan J Thompson in Manchester United vs Everton
  • Jay, very good.Anyway, moving on; There's no rush, Ferguson can keep us ticking over nicely until after New Year. He can then go out on a high at anfield, or low, but most probably this being The Ev, in some sort of unlucky one in million combination of bad bounce / beachball / black cat / VAR shite.Then when the new guy is in dire straits come next November, we can all look back on Ferguson's abortive reign and sigh. But The Sultans of Swing up in the board room, will do well to heed the lesson handed out to the Labour Party...if you consistantly have an unpopular leader and consistently fail to listen to the people, they will, eventually, desert you (ooh-er missus, a bit of politics, sorry MK, but it has some relevance) ...
    Derek Thomas in Ancoletti the 'new favourite' to succeed Silva at Everton
  • Cheer up, he has knocked us back....
    Brian Wilkinson in Everton make contact with Emery
  • I agree that 52,800 is not enough. 60,000 about right. Minimum 57,000.We made this mistake once before building a small Park End ( 6,000 seats ) 25 years ago. The Board, including Kenwright, had no vision for the future. Everything points towards people attending more ‘events’ in the future. Meanwhile, people play football less. It’s evolution and time the Board opened their eyes. Imho of course....
    Karl Masters in Everton announce date of planning application submission
  • DDS - Duncan Diplomatic Speak for dropped....
    Derek Thomas in Manchester United vs Everton
  • I was hoping that Duncan would not have anymore injuries to content with.Fortunately Silva has gone, since luck like this would have finished him.Maybe there are players we are unaware of that he can bring in. If Mina was fit maybe Holgate could take up the Schids role of covering the backline, he certainly has the necessary distribution ability.I know it would not be a ideal situation, but I will suggest it anyway. Holgate getting forward in support maybe a problem.I would also suggest If Colman is fit, playing Sidibe in the Walcott role in front of him.Really think the right flank has to be tighten up against United.They have got a lot of joy on the right flank against us in last game.Also think that United will try a long ball / over to top game like Liverpool.The above may guard against this .I would prefere keeping attacking options available on the bench....
    Jerome Shields in Manchester United vs Everton
  • Jay 2491-0 too you 🥋🥋🥋...
    Ray Smith in Ancoletti the 'new favourite' to succeed Silva at Everton
  • Practically and financially, a stadium of 60,000 capacity is needed. I am sure the capacity will eventually be 60,000 when it is actually built....
    Jerome Shields in Everton announce date of planning application submission
  • Oh Ray! Ray...Ray...Ray....
    Jay Wood
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    in Ancoletti the 'new favourite' to succeed Silva at Everton
  • 1 ticket for sale away end cost price call or txt 07989 569646 rich...
    Richard Jones in Tickets & Travel: Man United (A)
  • IF it's a wind up?🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣😁😁🤣😁...
    Brian Williams in Ancoletti the 'new favourite' to succeed Silva at Everton
  • Sorted now, thanks...
    Mark Thorne in Tickets & Travel: Man United (A)
  • Jay 245Do you honestly believe Ancelloti would come out with comments that contain f this, f that? I don’t think so.If this is a wind up, I took the bait!!!!...
    Ray Smith in Ancoletti the 'new favourite' to succeed Silva at Everton
  • My opinion is that 52,000 in a state of the art stadium with unrestricted views, even with the underperforming team we currently have, is far too low. My fear is that because demand will, almost certainly, exceed supply it will give the club the excuse to hike admission prices rather than expand.It's a different world today in that we are constantly brainwashed with football which creates the demand. Most Premier clubs sell out on a regular basis so their average is usually pretty close to capacity.Back in the 1960s crowds fluctuated, depending on the opposition and the weather, because most didn't have season tickets, travelled to the game by public transport, on foot or, like me, by bike. Most of the terracing was open to the weather so if it was pouring down you got really soaked. Heavy rain before a game could knock 1000s off the anticipated attendance.In the 1962-3 season, as in most seasons of that era, crowds ranged from 70,000+ for the big games to under 40,000 for the...
    Bill Watson in Everton announce date of planning application submission
  • 23 December! It´s like the government slipping in an unpopular bill whilst no one is watching....
    Brian Garside in Everton announce date of planning application submission
  • I agree Tony. I think that's what the club is sort of banking on for the increase should it be necessary. I did some cursory calcs when all the figures were released and the introduction of the rails could easily take us from 52k to 60k and possibly even beyond that.Let's hope and pray we need it!...
    Brian Williams in Everton announce date of planning application submission


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