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David Moyes has officially stated he fears that his best players will leave this summer.

Is he getting the lifeboat lowered, ready to jump? Or will Kenwright give up holding on by his fingernails? You can even compare Bullshit Bill's plight to a certain Mr Mubarak who said "there will be chaos if I leave office."

Personally, unless there is a major cash injection, I can't see Kenwright holding on past this summer. If he does stay on as chairman, and finances are not injected into the club, surely that is the end of Mr Moyes as Everton boss. There are moves afoot, and to announce we have our accounts ready on the Official club website smacks of desperation.

Rough times ahead, even without this season's relegation battle.

Kevin Tully, Liverpool     Posted 04/02/2011 at 10:45:44

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Chris Keightley
1   Posted 04/02/2011 at 15:18:32

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I think ? regardless of what is going on behind closed doors ? we must focus on getting behind our team this weekend. It's simply a must-win game ? lose and we might start feeling the pinch. Let's forget the boardroom for one day and make the twelfth man count Saturday afternoon!! COYB
David Hallwood
2   Posted 04/02/2011 at 19:25:16

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I think Moyes has been giving hints out all season about the need for investment in players, some subtle, ie the 'incredible draw' to the more overt statements, and reading between the lines all is not well between manager & Chair.
Charlie Percival
3   Posted 04/02/2011 at 19:26:27

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Agreed Chris. We must see past the uncertainties and deal with what we do know and what we do have.

We'll oust Kenwright or at least get him to change his ways once our football club is safe
Ryan Rosenberg
4   Posted 05/02/2011 at 02:54:24

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I think one of Rodwell or Fellaini will be sold in summer. Although I would rather keep both, I would definitely keep Fellaini.

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