Don?t you just love the Echo at this time? They have a policy to come up with a Blues story every day and our superb club PR team duly oblige. However, this all costs money and to save us the cost of the Blues PR team I have written some headlines for the next few days. May save the club a few quid...
?Lescott: we need to invest in a new ball.?
?Arteta: missing tapas scare?
?Baines: splinter nearly out of finger boost.?
?Superlambanana backs Kirkby?
?MK Dons hail EFC progress?
?Neville: Blues must eat fish?
?Blues join race for Ronaldo?
?Keioc: Kirkby leprosy claim?
?I knew in the first 5 seconds,? recalls Kenwright.
?Ground share with Marine gathers pace?
I can supply Dominic King full copy for these stories if he needs a holiday and every ToffeeWeb reader can have a copy to save 46p.
Ged Simpson, Posted 21/06/2008 at 08:28:23
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1 Posted 21/06/2008 at 12:37:04
This has the makings of a great thread.Defo keep checking this one all weekend.
2 Posted 21/06/2008 at 12:59:07
3 Posted 21/06/2008 at 13:13:39
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6 Posted 21/06/2008 at 13:35:57
Bill Kenwrights search for the star of his new west end show Billy Liar has far prooved unfriutful... CAN ANYONE HELP HIM?
7 Posted 21/06/2008 at 13:40:39
8 Posted 21/06/2008 at 13:34:04
He then asked the fans to apologise for misleading him.
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10 Posted 21/06/2008 at 13:38:51
KEIOC; ’Kirkby is the secret portal to Hell ’ shocking claim
Arteta; ’seen eating Spanish food again-is he on his way?
Kenwright; ’Monster, monster sponsorship from Kirkby Pies’ n ’Pasties is key to squad additions’
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15 Posted 21/06/2008 at 14:52:37
Everton skipper Phil Neville has once again put his neck on the line and promised that the blues will definitely win more throw-ins next season. Dominic King caught up with him at Finch Farm in the beautiful borough of Knowsley where the club captain was recounting the number of throw-ins he had last season. The blues captain said, "Last season I averaged 7.548 throws per game with a mean distance of 14.279m. This puts me right at the top of Everton’s throw-in charts and easily justifies my guaranteed starting place, but of course there is still room for improvement. Opposition players best be worried as I guarantee I will be throwing bombs into their box, especially at home where having every fan 100% behind me gives my elbows that extra strength. I recommend all fans that love seeing me throw long and hopeful balls about get their season tickets booked early in the Kirkbydome."
16 Posted 21/06/2008 at 14:49:00
Moyes "Referees are wonderful".... singling out Mark Clattenburg for particular praise he added "This man is a footballing genius, decisive and unbiased... and he has definitely got 20/20 vision".
The FA have charged Moyes with bringing the game into disrepute, a spokesman for the FA made a statement suggesting that Moyes had cast doubt on Clattenburg's character by deliberately not mentioning Clattenburg?s humanitarian work for the UN and distinguished war record in Vietnam...
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20 Posted 21/06/2008 at 15:58:48
Howard explains his high punts by saying he saw blue men in space.
When asked by Andy Gray what he thought the pitch was like Moyes said " green with white lines".
21 Posted 21/06/2008 at 16:22:40
"Who ever wins will settle down well here"says current president George W Bush."Liverpool Soccer team and the White house aren’t so different.Over here we work with fat Americans, over there they both worked with a Fat spanish witer."
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24 Posted 21/06/2008 at 18:13:46
Neville: I want to be the new Johnny Wilkinson
Tony Marsh in Moyes Love Triangle
Bill Kenwright ate my hamster
Peter Johnson ate my hamper
25 Posted 21/06/2008 at 18:29:37
The media are still waiting for him to confirm which morning.
26 Posted 21/06/2008 at 22:33:29
Moyes not a natural ginger!!!
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30 Posted 22/06/2008 at 02:48:01
Cilla ...James (Jim) Braid is my love child
31 Posted 22/06/2008 at 17:06:54
Canal Link could prove be EFC stadium transport solution
Bu Arua’ Vinalaff
THE Leeds and Liverpool canal link could allow Everton to set sail to Kirkby.
Today?s new hope came as Everton launched a major offensive to persuade fans to vote for a move to Kirkby.
Blues supporters and residents remain split over the development, with opposition gathering strength.
Everton?s proposed Valley Road stadium would be close to a canal route.
A spokesman from Steer Davies Gleave said ?This will be the best served stadium in the North West, if not the UK?.
British Waterways are committed to the scheme that would link the Liverpool city centre to Maghull near Kirkby and say it will bring 173 net additional local jobs to the Liverpool City Region and will bring benefits such as wider socio-economic impacts such as an improved city image, added interest to the Mersey River Festival, increased access to heritage and interpretation, and increased recreation and amenity resources to the area.
A spokesman said ?We are happy for fans to use our canal link to travel to the stadium, the stadium?s position and parking arrangements are clearly suitable for a 50,000 stadium ? we are just trying to help. If you see a canal barge traveling towards the stadium, try and hitchhike.?
It is understood that fans traveling by canal will be able to park closer to the stadium than those who use the park and ride or park and walk scheme..
A club official said ?the transport plan is still a work in progress? but welcomed the idea of traveling by barge as part of a ?green solution?.
The scheme that links Kirkby with Liverpool city centre is expected to be open in Spring 2009 in time for the stadiums opening in 2010 should it be given the green light.
The Leeds and Liverpool Canal is the longest canal in Northern England at 127 miles long.
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