The deal was done at Saturday's Merseyside derby. Dewsbury-born Green felt a move to Everton — and their reputation for blooding youngsters — was the best choice.
Bradford City will receive nearly £300,000 straight away from the first payment for a player who has come up through their school of excellence.
The deal is structured to include further bonuses for appearances, new contracts, potential international appearances and a bumper sell-on clause from any future transfer fee. The total fee could eventually top out at £1.75m.
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1 Posted 03/10/2011 at 01:31:52
And I'd love to add the name of:
But he was signed by Wally Smith.
On the plus side,
Femi Orenuga, &
are still with us.
And of course let's not forget the one single solitary success in this 10-year scouting program:
So, er, Good luck George!
Methinks, you're gonna need it!
2 Posted 03/10/2011 at 02:08:02
I think the last few who are still here have been here since we signed that deal with the Football Manager scouting system, so maybe that might be part of the reason for the recent success. Maybe not.
3 Posted 03/10/2011 at 02:19:45
4 Posted 03/10/2011 at 02:46:49
5 Posted 03/10/2011 at 02:41:03
Another one for your list Michael:? João Silva.
6 Posted 03/10/2011 at 02:53:07
7 Posted 03/10/2011 at 04:26:24
Even if your compilation is correct.... 15 failures and three still with us (actually six, if you decide to count Vellios, Gueye and Silva)... you have absolutely no idea whether that's a good percentage or not, do you?
How do you know how many young signees Sir Alex or Arsene discard for every one that makes it? For all you know, a success rate of 20-30 percent might make Moyes the most brilliant eye for talent in the world. Or maybe he's just as foolish and wasteful as you think he is. But you haven't the slightest freaking clue.
One thing I can tell you... in American baseball, where the structure is similar (sign young prospects, develop them in the lower leagues) but the talent race is far less competitive, the success rate of young players either drafted or signed as free agents out of school actually making the major leagues is about six percent.
8 Posted 03/10/2011 at 05:11:42
Well, no, I knew the apologists would kick up stink actually. Red rag and all that...
All I was doing was providing a list. I said nothing about percentages. And I was being generous calling Seamus a success but at least he is getting games. However, his progress has stalled. His best games under Moyes were his first after he came back from Blackpool and he has not improved. Actually, I think he's getting steadily worse. [Look what I did there: more mud!]
Maybe it's not fair to include players like Vellios, Gueye, or Silva as they were more than Academy players when they were brought in. On that basis, a couple should probably be dropped form my list. That'll improve the success percentage well above 6% won't it. Happy now?
9 Posted 03/10/2011 at 07:14:42
10 Posted 03/10/2011 at 07:36:04
If we get 1 good (£10m) player for every 20 bad (£0.5m) players, then at least we have made our money back.
11 Posted 03/10/2011 at 07:54:56
I would hazard a guess that the dosh paid out for all those players combined would not come anywhere near what Coleman, Vellios and Gueye alone would fetch.
Throw in Richard Wright was a full international and had gone to arsenal for big money, Gosling was apparently worth £4m based on reports on TW at the time he left and overall we are well in credit.
There's plenty of holes to pick in Moyes management, this isn't one of them.
12 Posted 03/10/2011 at 09:05:24
Surely in our financial position a policy of trying to find stars of the future young and cheap has to have validity. OF COURSE many of them will fall by the wayside, but many will generate outward fees, if only modest, and it only takes one major coup like Coleman, to validate the whole strategy.
13 Posted 03/10/2011 at 09:16:42
14 Posted 03/10/2011 at 09:23:32
15 Posted 03/10/2011 at 09:27:35
"The good news is this is everton, if the lad does make it they are a selling club so the sell on clause will soon kick in."
Is this the new Moyes/Kenwright strategy to finance the club?
16 Posted 03/10/2011 at 09:26:43
17 Posted 03/10/2011 at 09:56:15
18 Posted 03/10/2011 at 09:59:23
19 Posted 03/10/2011 at 10:04:34
Wright- was hardly a snapped up youth. International who then lost form.
Ruddy and Jutkiewics- Both sold for profit i think?
Gosling- Should have been a hefty profit if not for boardroom bungling.
Arnoux and Peterlin- US longshots who came in on loan no?
Saeed- A loan, who returned when his mother was ill.
Pascucci- was a freebie.
Most of these players cost nothing (apart from some nominal wages maybe) or were sold for profit. Hardly a damning indictment then?
20 Posted 03/10/2011 at 11:48:07
I think Sam's post proves our point.
21 Posted 03/10/2011 at 12:22:53
22 Posted 03/10/2011 at 12:33:31
23 Posted 03/10/2011 at 12:53:58
He's fundamentally a right back who is learning a new position. He's good for around 5 goals a season plus a few assists. And when he went off on Saturday, the defensive protection that he offers was removed and the Shote scored from a move coming from....the left.
We're so quick to get on the backs of our players it's amazing. Coleman is one of the few players we have with genuine pace, that takes on players and is positive wit hthe ball at his feet and still we criticise him.
Stalled in his development......bollocks - who's a better option on the right than him? I think he'll be a better player in 2 years than he is today.....hence he's developing!
24 Posted 03/10/2011 at 13:24:36
One of the hardest thing to do in football is predict who will make it and who won't. Anybody who has read Mick Rathbone's The Smell of Football will know that Mick himself was viewed as one of the country's most promising talents. On the big stage, however, he simply couldn't hack it. With absolutely no money to spend, Moyes HAS to take punts on young players. It's inevitable that most won't work out ... but when a couple do it's more than worth your while (e.g. Coleman).
On the subject of Coleman, how the hell do you know his progress has stalled? Were you granted access to a parallel universe where he stayed at Blackpool and became a world-beater? He was our young player of the year last season. Often astonishingly good. This season he has been out for a couple of months with an injury and has just returned. But on the basis of one game you have decided Moyes has made him rubbish?!
PS. Isn't it time you dropped the deeply unpleasant 'apologist' terminology? Why can't you just accept that some of us have a different view to you? Given how keen you are to tell us football is about opinions, it seems bizarre that you'd try to disparage fellow fans in this way just for disagreeing with you. We're not apologising for anything, we just happen to think you are wrong.
25 Posted 03/10/2011 at 13:47:48
What are you advocating exactly? That we should save our £300K downpayment on George Green?
26 Posted 03/10/2011 at 13:45:26
I wouldn't be surprised if once in a while the players read this site. Having a go at the younger ones serves no purpose.
27 Posted 03/10/2011 at 13:58:27
In what way am I being an apologist? I'm just stating a few young players brought in that Michael forgot to mention, theres nothing to say they will all make it.
28 Posted 03/10/2011 at 14:26:56
As for Mr Tunstead, erm Fellaini was well known when we bought him, infact he was being touted long before we signed him as a potential world beater
29 Posted 03/10/2011 at 16:22:32
30 Posted 03/10/2011 at 17:29:59
31 Posted 03/10/2011 at 18:03:39
32 Posted 03/10/2011 at 18:14:21
33 Posted 03/10/2011 at 18:21:27
Judging by the rsponse to his signing on this site at the time, a huge portion of the fans on here had never heard of him either, so us Everton fans must all be ignorant.
34 Posted 03/10/2011 at 18:31:24
35 Posted 03/10/2011 at 18:52:40
36 Posted 03/10/2011 at 20:23:17
It seems a strange one to me as midfielders are ten a penny in the academy there are high hopes for Gethin Jones and Dan O'Brien who are both attacking midfielders.
37 Posted 03/10/2011 at 20:24:58
The story broke in the Bradford 'Telegraph and Argus'
38 Posted 03/10/2011 at 20:55:06
I much prefer this strategy as oppoesd to spending money we don't have...... £6m Beattie, £8m Johnson, £11.25m The Yak!!!! oh what returns we made on them bad boys!!!
Let's not forget we have 'at the moment' a £9m Russian flop, a 33 yr-old £5m centre half, although i do like Distin and hope Duffy learns alot from him to replace him.
Green may make it he may not but these kind of signings are the only way we can trade as a business.
39 Posted 03/10/2011 at 21:19:46
40 Posted 03/10/2011 at 22:11:51
41 Posted 03/10/2011 at 22:27:42
I bet if you boys were Barca fans you would have been on their whingerweb equivalent slagging them off in 2000 for signing some no-mark Argentinian 13 year old with a growth hormone deficiency. "What the fuck have we signed some kid with a growth deficiency for etc."
How about giving the club some credit for actually winning the battle to sign the kid and seeing what happens with him rather than assuming the usual herd-like negative stance?
42 Posted 03/10/2011 at 23:21:46
I would say that Dan Gosling's contributions in his time at Everton would put him not far behind Seamus Coleman in terms of repaying the initial outlay and, had the club played his contract negotiations right, we'd have got £4m for him.
And if you can get one right out of 20 and either make a first-team player out of him that saves you millions or sell him on for as much as or more than you spent on the other 19, then I think you're doing all right.
Right now, EFC are clearly having to operate on a youth-focused footing where Moyes is going to have to punt on many more players in this age bracket because we can't afford to compete monetarily with the rest of the division. More power to him...
43 Posted 03/10/2011 at 23:39:26
44 Posted 04/10/2011 at 04:23:46
I'm interested in tracking the progress of youngsters who join Everton (that's E V E R T O N...) ? usually by one of three pathways:
Local kids who join Everton Academy, usually at a very early age;
Young cast-offs rejected by other clubs who join the Everton Academy, usually as teenagers;
Young prodigies who are scouted by Everton and purchased for a usually not inconsequential (undisclosed) fee.
Youth development is our path forward; all I was doing was clarifying the relatively low success rate that appears to apply. Is it the norm? Frankly, it does not matter; it is what it is. All the rest has been interpretation that the apologists ? noses bent out of joint ? have got excited about.
Are we short of money? Is it a reasonable risk to take, considering the very low odds of producing a good one? At least some contributors addressed the issues raised and considered answers to those and other questions, rather than slinging abuse.
I deal in realities, Lyndon ? not fantasies. We got £0M for Gosling ? not £4M; we paid how much? Remember? £1M. Maybe we got a good return... 40-odd games and 6 goals... Hmm... on that basis ? 40-odd games and six goals ? then Coleman (at £60k vs £1M) is a helluva success.
I would agree with others who have noticed that Moyes does not have a good record of bringing this young players through. He actually holds them back or plays them out of position: Rooney, Coleman... Rodwell.. now Barkley. The apologists will deny it ... but I think they know it's true.
45 Posted 04/10/2011 at 06:54:57
And while it's technically correct to point out that we didn't actually get anything for Dan Gosling, it ignores the point that had the club not made a bureaucratic balls-up, we would at the very least have broken even and, more than likely, made a profit on him. So, again, churlish to pass that off as fantasy when we're talking about whether the player was worth bringing in in the first place.
The list of players whose teenage promise was never entirely or even remotely fulfilled is long and pre-dates Moyes -- ask Danny Cadamarteri and Francis Jeffers -- so it's an inherently unpredictable process but for the sake of £300k up front for a player being chased by 20-odd other clubs, I think we can afford Moyes a little slack on this one.
46 Posted 04/10/2011 at 07:32:01
Ignoring other clubs is simply stupid. You can only guage success by comparison. After all the league is just a way of comparing the playing abilities of the clubs involved.
47 Posted 04/10/2011 at 08:39:12
48 Posted 04/10/2011 at 09:50:30
Also can we stop the "apologists" nonesense. It's tired and meaningless.
49 Posted 04/10/2011 at 10:12:27
50 Posted 04/10/2011 at 10:29:18
The kid is clearly half decent if so many clubs were interested in him. He is joining the Under 18's National FA Premier Academy League Champions and is now hopefully one of 4 or 5 players (Hope, Barkley, Garbutt, McAleny) who should break through.
To pan this move outright is quite simply pathetic. Imagine if the 15 year old was to read this... about time the doomongers snapped out of it. This is OUR football team for fuck's sake!
51 Posted 04/10/2011 at 10:30:01
I consider the mess this club finds itself in is partly due to Moyes, he's had nearly a decade and still produces turgid uncompetitive teams going absolutely nowhere.
Supporters of Moyes never disagree they just excuse him - it comes over as apologising for supporting Everton's downfall.
Come to think of it "apologists" are as culpable as Moyes and Kenwright for accepting such rubbish - if apologists "grew a pair" we wouldn't be in this mess.
Get a grip.
52 Posted 04/10/2011 at 10:52:31
Happily our youth system is looking pretty rosy. We won the academy league last season and youngsters like Garbutt, Hope, Lundstram and Barkley all have England caps and potential in their corner.
If Green can join in and fingers crossed become the next Gascoigne or even the next Leon Osman then it will be a great move. If he turns out to be the next Michael Branch then so be it. He won't be the last. 250k isn't a kings ransom and i for one applaud the effort to compete for the next possible big thing.
53 Posted 04/10/2011 at 10:44:35
I would also argue that he has not held players back, if anything he has pushed them forward too early, look at Baxter and Wallace for example who were perhaps not ready to play at the top level.
Obviously everyone is excited about Barkley and wants to see him play every week but maybe Moyes knows best and feels he was not up to playing against the likes of Man City or Liverpool, we could not afford a young inexperienced player to make the same mistakes against Liverpool that he made against Blackburn or go missing like he did against West Brom. He will get plenty of oppertunities over the course of a season, don't let it wind you up.
54 Posted 04/10/2011 at 11:06:08
"Come to think of it "apologists" are as culpable as Moyes and Kenwright for accepting such rubbish ? if apologists "grew a pair" we wouldn't be in this mess."
Well then Trevor what would you suggest we do, get rid of Moyes and bring in Di Matteo, Holloway, Martinez Dave Jones or some other manager who has been sacked or relegated and never finished above Moyes?
55 Posted 04/10/2011 at 11:29:05
So if people who think that Moyes has done an OK job are responsible for Everton's apparent downfall then i guess that means you can blame pretty much the whole world except a a few digruntled Toffeeweb readers?
Listen to yourself.
56 Posted 04/10/2011 at 11:05:11
I think part of the problem is that years ago we never really heard about such deals. Players just came in , played with the academy or reserves and only came on to the supporters radar when they were knocking on the door of the first team. Nowadays every single deal is publicised and almost every young player straight out of primary school is proclaimed to be a prodigy, or 'the next Rooney', when it's far more likely they'll end up being the next Stuart Barlow or some holding midfielder for the local pub team.
The success rate of such 'starlets' has unquestionably been disappointing over the last decade, and I don't believe it to be negative or overly critical to point this out. People seem to be seeing 'Moyes bashing' everywhere at the moment, even when there's nothing really there. Like Derek fucking Acorah pointing out some 'spirit' he can see clear as day even though he possesses the paranormal powers of a piece of white dog shit.
57 Posted 04/10/2011 at 12:11:36
On another note: knowing how youth football works sometimes kids are released because they want to get regular 1st team football & ask to go because they know they won't break into their current clubs 1st Xl for a couple of years.
58 Posted 04/10/2011 at 12:14:32
And therein lies the problem: you have just lumped together anybody who supports Moyes - to any degree - and called them apologists. Truth is, there are many people, like me, who criticise many aspects of what he does - and criticise him quite vocally - but happen to think he is also one of top managers in the division.
The problem is not that I apologise for his weaknesses. The problem is that some people appear incapable of acknowledging his strengths.
59 Posted 04/10/2011 at 12:23:22
I mean letting go of 3 strikers with two of them being top strikers does us no good. Moyes has lost it in my opinion and his refusing to play Stracqualursi is just insane, even he lacks match practice he needs to play because nobody else has his goal nose. Also he is stronger than Saha and therefore he fits our style of play better.
Maybe if we use them both we would have a chance of scoring but at the moment Moyes wants to rub it in, we have no quality in depth. So what, use all you have got. Starting against QPR and Wigan with only one striker is insane and people are getting sick of it. I am sick of it, I hate it, it shows that he hasn't got any attacking genes in his body. Our midfield can not create enough chances so we therefore need more then one striker to have any chance of scoring.
60 Posted 04/10/2011 at 13:58:13
Haha, and Michael has thought of his own group, the supporters of the Moyes, or the apologists i.e 95% of Everton fans.
Why don't the non-apologists start a protest ey? Even the Blue Union members support Moyes
61 Posted 04/10/2011 at 14:03:17
I'm pretty sure we have scouts working for our academy and I doubt Moyes had anything to do with this youth signing.
62 Posted 04/10/2011 at 14:29:22
The player might have been watched by our scouts over a dozzen times. Moyes will be informed and will probably watch him half a dozzen times himself before making the decision. But obviously "dithering davey" didn't dither and made a move before all the other managers.
63 Posted 04/10/2011 at 16:42:48
However, if he is that good he'll be gone in 2-3 years time for £10-30million (in stage payments plus 3 united reserves).
God, isnt that depressing - he either drifts into obscurity, does just enough to get in the team and irritate us every week on an ongoing basis or gives us a fleeting vision of what could be and then breaks our hearts.
64 Posted 04/10/2011 at 16:37:32
65 Posted 04/10/2011 at 17:21:55
66 Posted 04/10/2011 at 17:28:46
Barkley has played less than 5 first team games and has been touted around for £20-£30m. That in itself suggests how important it is for us to be at the forefront of developing young players.
67 Posted 04/10/2011 at 18:05:53
68 Posted 04/10/2011 at 18:57:02
" happen to think he is also one of top managers in the division.
The problem is not that I apologise for his weaknesses. The problem is that some people appear incapable of acknowledging his strengths."
Being at the top end of the homogenous shite that pass for managers in the EPL does not a good manager make.
Disingenuous comment about his strengths, when he gets it right he is generously received here and other places the issue is why is it once in a blue moon.
As you say, you recognise he's absolutely hopeless so why put up with it?
69 Posted 04/10/2011 at 18:55:14
Everton is just getting to know this new strategy, it takes time and I belive we don't have much time left. In January, we simply have to get a replacement for one of the many players that have left us: Pienaar, Arteta, Yakubu, Beckford. It speaks for itself that you have to replace quality with quality.
As Roy Hodgson said while at Viking Stavanger: You cant win anything with just kids, that is where we are at the moment, too many kids. We need more players like Arteta and Pienaar, and if there are any money left we must secure a loan for donovan or someone like him if we are to survive this season. That is the clue, THIS season.
70 Posted 04/10/2011 at 19:09:23
I'm a great advocate of Martinez he's one of only a few managers I've seen who appears to have a plan in the British game.
How he gets on at Wigan is almost incidental so precarious is their EPL presence.
Holloway wouldn't fill me with dread simply because the spirit and character he brings is sadly missing at the great Everton.
I just don't buy the fact there is no-one on gods green earth who cannot improve on the Moyes decade which is limping on through fear not ambition.
As I said if you support Moyes even though you acknowledge all the "stuff" - there's something wrong with you.
71 Posted 04/10/2011 at 20:42:15
72 Posted 04/10/2011 at 20:47:14
As for Holloway, someone with spirit and character is not what makes a good manager or a good team. He is just another manager in the long list, hyped up by the media because he gives them something to write about but he will not finish above a Moyes side.
73 Posted 04/10/2011 at 21:01:16
Maybe he'd use it as a way to bash Moyes for poor judgement because the lad ended up going to Bayern Munich and he'd criticise those 'apologists' for saying it was the right thing to do not gambling the huge £300k.
The simple fact is other clubs would have loved to get this kid and here we are with the usual moaning gets using something positive and trying to make it negative. Jesus.
And no, I'm not a Moyes 'apologist' because I believe the guy certainly has his faults but to use this good piece of news to try and have a go at the man is desperate and petty.
74 Posted 04/10/2011 at 21:04:22
The only possible silver lining is that the Chairman also went as well I think.
75 Posted 04/10/2011 at 21:06:38
I expected you to avoid the critical point about Wigan because it's what you do, but you cannot deny the Swansea achievement - they are in the Prem based on the foundations and transformation he brought.
Your Holloway outburst was hot air, because spirit and character are essential to becoming good in any walk of life - most certainly sport - and you simply don't know about Holloway - he hasn't managed a club the size of Everton.
76 Posted 04/10/2011 at 21:59:12
You are the one who has avoided the critical point; non of the many managers put forward on here have finished above Moyes except Mark Hughes and Harry Redknapp who had spent many millions more than Moyes did.
As Brendan states, there goes another to add to the list. People on here wanted McClaren in for Moyes. When will people learn Moyes is on another level.
You are right Spirit and character are essential and that is what Moyes sides are known for, but they are clearly not everything because we havn't won anything.
77 Posted 04/10/2011 at 22:45:31
Spurrious stuff the managers who've had the luxury of 10 yrs unfettered control have won stuff, make a decent comparison if you must.
As have other managers who didn't have Rooney as a welcome on board gift.
Sorry Ian this stuff about Moyes being the greatest thing since sliced bread doesn't stand examination.
78 Posted 04/10/2011 at 23:08:13
The fact that Moyes has lasted 10 years says he's doing something right, the other 2 in the league have spent millions more than Moyes. The moment Wenger stops spending, suprise suprise his team starts to flounder.
Even with the Rooney money we have had to buy on the cheap, £25m is nothing by prem standards, £20 over a period of 2 Years and the other £5m on the drip over the following 5 years.
79 Posted 05/10/2011 at 00:09:14
Then again I disagree with Mr Tunstead that theres not better managers out there we could realistically get (Poyet and Lambert for starters) I also rate Lee Clark and Nigel Adfkins but they would be more risky then the aforementioned two.
I wouldn't say the reason Wenger is floundering is because hes stopped spending, I'd say its because theres more competition at the sharp end now and his policy of bringing them in young and developing is being trounced by the superficial models of Man City/Chelsea
80 Posted 05/10/2011 at 01:20:39
81 Posted 05/10/2011 at 03:34:52
82 Posted 05/10/2011 at 09:24:31
83 Posted 05/10/2011 at 11:18:13
Glad you agree with me about Moyes.
Arsenal are having a bad season so far and much is made of no trophies for 6 seasons, however they have been ever present in the champions league, been in finals and still regarded as one of the best teams to watch.
Check their spending, their transfer outgoings seemed remarkably low compared to others on a list provided on here last season.
My take on Moyes lasting 10 yrs is he works for an incompetent frightened of any decisive action such as releasing Moyes when he reached his limits some years ago.
84 Posted 05/10/2011 at 12:10:19
85 Posted 05/10/2011 at 12:23:23
86 Posted 05/10/2011 at 13:09:14
On the other point.. yeah we have signed a few "wonderboys" before... think all Michael is saying is don't count your chickens... fair enough.. still .. I'm happy we're still taking pot shots.. means my lighty may get his chance in 15 years! :)
87 Posted 05/10/2011 at 14:23:19
88 Posted 05/10/2011 at 14:36:36
89 Posted 05/10/2011 at 14:49:49
To allude our last 6 years is the same as Arsenal's because of the no trophy statistic is nonsense, a perfect illustration of "lies, damned lies and statistics".
You're quite right about him staying as long as he wants to ? what an indictment of this club, meanwhile the 0.02% gets bigger as the crowds get smaller.
90 Posted 05/10/2011 at 15:00:36
91 Posted 05/10/2011 at 15:06:14
Very gracious of you to acknowledge that its only 0.02%of fans that want Moyes sacked.
92 Posted 05/10/2011 at 15:33:48
Then we'll get to see the brave new post Moyes world that so many people seem to pray for.
93 Posted 05/10/2011 at 15:43:14
Their model is based on achieving Champions League every season. They will survive if they don't get it but the cost of the Emirates means it's unsustainable long term. Whereas Everton and Moyes consistently overachieve in the Premier League based on money available to them/him. That is not down to playing no strikers v Man City ? it is down to inept, incompetant leadership from the chaiman.
It is him that needs removing; Moyes's ability is a non-arguement. There is no way of knowing what would happen should Moyes be replaced by Martinez, Holloway, Jones, Lambert etc unless it happens. I for one hope that we don't find out anytime soon.
94 Posted 05/10/2011 at 16:12:36
When ever Everton have had a bad early season much has been made of it as well. But you are right it is still very early, it is where they are in the table at the end of the season that counts and the same goes for Moyes.
I am not citicising Wenger, i am just pointing out that like Moyes, if you dont spend money it is difficult to progress when everyone around you is spending vast amounts.
95 Posted 05/10/2011 at 16:47:26
96 Posted 05/10/2011 at 16:47:16
97 Posted 05/10/2011 at 18:10:27
I believe the OP used the number figuratively....as I have.
Matt 93:- "Moyes's ability is a non-arguement." no its not, I argue about it constantly.
Ian 94 :- "Trevor, I have been told many times on here that Moyes finshing high up the table and reaching finals or semi finals is not succes, it is only by winning trophies it can be called success, so how can it be a success for Arsenal to only reach finals and not win them or qualify for the CL but not win it?"
You'd better ask them, my point was Arsenal's trophyless 6 years is as different as chalk and cheese to ours.
As different as me singing "suspicious minds" on the karaoke machine and Elvis packing them out at Vegas singing it.
Thank you very muuuch!
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