Well, it looks like he's on his way. I'm quite disappointed because, fit and at his best, he's a top player.
What went wrong? Against Liverpool I thought he was excellent and a couple of games away from full fitness. Then, he's dropped.
One can only hope that this is part of a cunning plan that will lead to a stronger squad. I fear, however, that it is a sign of the crisis management that is the Everton way.
Andy Crooks, Posted 12/01/2011 at 10:08:52
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Today he has just joined Leicester and will be managed by Sven. I know it's an inferior league, but he will be playing in a team which doesn't set out to not lose.
With this in mind I predict he will re-find his shooting boots and will be pushing for 15 goals for Leicester by the end of the season. Would anyone else care to predict how many he will get?
PS - This is ultimately an anti-Moyes post, as he has continually ruined strikers over the years he has managed us by taking away their natural instincts.
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