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Everton yet to receive an offer for Fellaini

18/06/2013 | Comments (10)
There may be plenty of media talk about imminent or actual bids aimed at triggering the release clause in his contract but the Liverpool Echo report that Everton have yet to receive a firm offer for Marouane Fellaini.

Recent speculation had it that Arsenal were prepared to activate the Belgian's release clause with a £24m bid but nothing has come of those reports thus far.

Chelsea and Manchester United have also been credited with interest in the Belgian international, while new Blues boss, Roberto Martinez, is keen to keep his team together as he begins to build on what he has inherited from David Moyes.

Original Source: Liverpool Echo  Rumour source ranking:
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Anthony Flack
594 Posted 18/06/2013 at 16:22:13
Classic none article from the Echo - why not print

Headline - "tomorrow it is Wednesday, or report on the cricket"

Ray Roche
597 Posted 18/06/2013 at 16:39:41
And I've yet to shag Katy Perry. But I'm working on it.
Tony O'Conner
599 Posted 18/06/2013 at 16:49:15
Ray (597), I've also been working on shagging her for years don't think we stand a chance
Jack Okell
602 Posted 18/06/2013 at 16:57:25
Breaking news! I will eat a pot noodle and knock one out every other night...
Eugene Ruane
603 Posted 18/06/2013 at 16:55:21
Tony (599) - "Ray (597), I've also been working on shagging her for years don't think we stand a chance"

You're right, you don't, but if in the future, I decide to give her 'the Spanish archer', I'll let you know.

(she's mad for middle-aged blues!)

Michael Kenrick
604 Posted 18/06/2013 at 16:53:42
I saw this Echo piece pop up this afternoon and it just made me seethe.

It epitomizes everything I hate about this time of year, about what football has become, about the increasingly fragile fiscal condition of our club, about the abysmal journalistic standards of this local rag.... ARRRrgggh!

I just couldn't bring myself to enter the story and link into our database... but Lyndon clearly has a stronger constitution than I do!

Ray Roche
607 Posted 18/06/2013 at 17:07:17
Tom O'Conner @599.
"I don't think we stand a chance"? Speak for yourself, Tonto. It's about time I gave up being Eye Candy For Women Of A Certain Age and gave some younger chicks the benefit of my experience. And as for Eugene.... deluded git.
Eugene Ruane
612 Posted 18/06/2013 at 17:11:50
Everything in the Echo reminds me of Germany.

Well not the entire country of Germany, but of a small town situated in Ostallgau, Schwaben, Bayern.

(coordinates 47° 37' 0" North, 10° 31' 0" East).

That's right, I'm talking about Wank!

Just LOOK at this!

" bids for Marouane Fellaini despite continued speculation linking..."

Speculation from who?

"The towering Belgium international is said..."

Said by who?

"But the ECHO understands that..."

Why does it understand?

"Roberto Martinez is relaxed about Fellaini’s future and he expects...."

Why does he expect?

"Reports claim Arsenal..."

What reports claim, reports by who?

"...but suggestions that a deal has been agreed are wide of the mark"

Suggestions by who?

"Manchester United are another Champions League team that are continually tipped..."

Tipped by who?

The entire piece is pathetic

A big load of nothing, a big load of coordinates 47° 37' 0" North, 10° 31' 0" East.

Eugene Ruane
617 Posted 18/06/2013 at 17:45:53
Ray (607) - "It's about time I gave up being Eye Candy For Women Of A Certain Age"

Advice for any oul one who finds you 'eye-candy'

Ray Roche
619 Posted 18/06/2013 at 18:09:47
I've got feelings you know...

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