Silky Rodríguez gives reason for Everton fans' imagination to run riot

Monday, 14 September, 2020 3comments  |  Jump to last
It may be opening weekend optimism, but the Colombian lifted Carlo Ancelotti's side and left Tottenham in the dust

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Derek Knox
1 Posted 14/09/2020 at 09:06:19
A good and frank article from The Guardian there, and illustrating how lucky we are to have both a World Class Manager and a World Class player in James, with Allan running close too.

A lot of the play yesterday was sublime, considering they had only trained for a few sessions, it's exhilarating for a too often disappointed Everton fan, to contemplate that they will only get better too.

I suspect many changes for Wednesday with a few fringe players brought in for display purposes, before the Transfer Window shuts, and also to give a run out too for those who will stay.

Next week should (barring injury) be normal service resumed.

Paul Tran
2 Posted 14/09/2020 at 09:44:33
The question is, will any other decent players take a look at yesterday and think 'I want some of that'?
Derek Knox
3 Posted 14/09/2020 at 10:37:48
Hi Paul T, missed the LF yesterday, went to the pub (a Blue Pub in Chester The Little Oak) where they have wi-fi but it wasn't too clever yesterday and although I had my Tablet with me couldn't get on.

With reference to your comment will any others join us before the Window shuts? I think a lot will depend on who we can get moved on. I had heard a rumour that Zaha wants to join the 'Everton Project' but it could be dependent on moving Tosun and one of Iwobi, Walcott or another high earner.

I also harbour long standing hopes that we can eventually land Hirving Lozano, who has been linked with us since M Brands arrived, and who also wants to come. Again it will be dependent on shifting a few, which is easier said than done, considering the ridiculous contracts some are enjoying undeservedly.

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