Just come back from two weeks in Tenerife, avoided papers, no Internet ? fully refreshed.
Thought I'd check on all the cheery news about all of the activity regarding my Blue Boys. Guess what.... nothing happening!
Can't sell Yobo or Yak, Bily still on the books. Fellaini thinks we're sub-standard, £20 mill for Rodwell (haha) not happening, a sheep we were going to get for free decides the Tyne is a better area to live... and we are in for Wes Brown!!!!
I know Kenwright is into show business so he should be aware that serving the same old repeats summer after summer is not the way to entertain your audience. Please don't wait until the last day of the transfer window to get rid of the dross and bring some new blood in. Otherwise the fans' loyalty slowly ebb away... Please Give us some HOPE.
Don't feel so refreshed now, might need to go and watch the RS in their Blue strip....
Bob Skelton, Posted 21/06/2011 at 15:00:03
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1 Posted 22/06/2011 at 15:14:55
He'll also try (and fail ) to lure Sol Campbell out of retirement..
2 Posted 22/06/2011 at 15:22:45
3 Posted 22/06/2011 at 16:39:07
4 Posted 22/06/2011 at 17:03:56
As Moyes has said, he will announce when we have made a signing; the best thing to do is turn off your computer till then!!!
5 Posted 22/06/2011 at 18:40:56
6 Posted 23/06/2011 at 07:54:20
We know not to expect much but at the same time being an Everton fan generally means your obsessed with all things about the club and can't help but to follow along.
Reading Everton news and rumours right now is like hitting yourself over the head with a cricket bat...but sadly I can't stop.
7 Posted 23/06/2011 at 13:11:49
However,in reality very little is happening that we really know about and much of it is just pure tripe. Best just to sit back and wait until the deals when they happen are etched in stone.
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