In the old days when announcing you had a new girl friend your mam's first question with a trace of anxiety in her voice would be, 'What religion is she?'
I guess the first question from an Evertonian upon being told we had signed a new midfielder would be, 'How big is he?'
And that would be with more than a trace of anxiety.
Dick Fearon, Posted 07/05/2008 at 00:26:39
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1 Posted 07/05/2008 at 06:33:40
2 Posted 07/05/2008 at 08:44:02
Green or Orange Red or Blue
and hoped she got the right answer!!!
3 Posted 07/05/2008 at 09:14:18
4 Posted 07/05/2008 at 11:47:29
I flagged him a few weeks ago but got litle response. With Moyes also looking at 6ft 1 Michael Bradley maybe the penny has dropped that we need to be more physical on the pitch where it counts most!
5 Posted 07/05/2008 at 13:37:49
Personally I think Huddlestone is not good enough. His workrate is poor and his form erratic. He is also prone to hoofball although with more accuracy than Jags, Neville or Hibbert.
6 Posted 07/05/2008 at 13:50:46
Quote, unquote, Jay Harris.
Yakubu was deemed lazy and erratic and yet at times this season he?s worked very hard and fitted into Moyes?s ethic. If DM can do that with the Yak there?s no reason why he can?t do it with the Hudd.
7 Posted 07/05/2008 at 14:03:05
8 Posted 08/05/2008 at 00:31:38
Manchester United & Arsenal improve each season by replicating their quality and improving upon it.
How on earth is Huddlestone going to do that for us? The kid will never be Gerrard, and like it or not that is the only level of player DM should be looking to buy for that position.
In the modern era no young athlete/ footballer has an excuse to be slow, fat and lazy. Like Gardener the pair should remain a North London and not a Merseyside mistake!