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3 hours ago, Barry Wom said:

If the city isn't funding the deal and the mosh is finding the money himself, I have no issue with Everton building their stadium on the waterfront, providing it in no way undermines our WHS status. The city needs to think big and anything that can help drive investment in the city, is good by me. 

Traffic would grind the City Centre to a standstill, unless Short-arms-deep-pockets Moshiri funds some massive infrastructure improvements too.

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5 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

Traffic would grind the City Centre to a standstill, unless Short-arms-deep-pockets Moshiri funds some massive infrastructure improvements too.

But, but , but they all walk the game?

 

Bring back the ferries from Llandudno to the Pier Head. 

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It must affect every aspect of their lives the sad cunts. Imagine being an adult and living your life around a team you don't like and the colour they wear. 

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They’re gonna be competing with Citeh shortly, this fella’s reply to someone saying that City and Utd are gonna be coming in with massive bids for Richarlisin is golden.

 

 

 

Possibly.

But this side has the potential to be fantastic. We have only seen briefly the team at full strength and it's very early days.

With the new stadium and the possibility of Usmanov funding the project now, we have to be looking at competing with Manchester City in the coming seasons, not selling to them.

Richarlison appears to be a grounded individual who respects the manager.

Lets see what we can achieve and enjoy the ride.

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4 hours ago, liverpoolsno9 said:

They’re gonna be competing with Citeh shortly, this fella’s reply to someone saying that City and Utd are gonna be coming in with massive bids for Richarlisin is golden.

 

 

 

Possibly.

But this side has the potential to be fantastic. We have only seen briefly the team at full strength and it's very early days.

With the new stadium and the possibility of Usmanov funding the project now, we have to be looking at competing with Manchester City in the coming seasons, not selling to them.

Richarlison appears to be a grounded individual who respects the manager.

Lets see what we can achieve and enjoy the ride.

 

 

Grade A delusion.

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18 hours ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

Traffic would grind the City Centre to a standstill, unless Short-arms-deep-pockets Moshiri funds some massive infrastructure improvements too.

Obviously they need to get by all the normal environmental tests. All my point here is, if they can fund the stadium and all that comes with it, it's good for the city if they can make a success of it and gives the chance of investment around it. 

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I can't remember the last time I would have took one of their players, probably Baines a while back.  They've bought a very good Brazilian the cunts.

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11 minutes ago, Grinch said:

I can't remember the last time I would have took one of their players, probably Baines a while back.  They've bought a very good Brazilian the cunts.

There was a short period that I would have taken Ross Barkley, before tgat John Stones. 

 

Can't think of many more tbh

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1 hour ago, Aventus said:

There was a short period that I would have taken Ross Barkley, before tgat John Stones. 

 

Can't think of many more tbh

Coleman. 

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8 hours ago, liverpoolsno9 said:

They’re gonna be competing with Citeh shortly, this fella’s reply to someone saying that City and Utd are gonna be coming in with massive bids for Richarlisin is golden.

 

 

 

Possibly.

But this side has the potential to be fantastic. We have only seen briefly the team at full strength and it's very early days.

With the new stadium and the possibility of Usmanov funding the project now, we have to be looking at competing with Manchester City in the coming seasons, not selling to them.

Richarlison appears to be a grounded individual who respects the manager.

Lets see what we can achieve and enjoy the ride.

"All we need is a new stadium and a new owner..."

 

If Richarlison kicks on to be as good as some of them claim he is (a big "if") do you think he's going to hang around on the off-chance that Everton change completely and become a top four club?

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7 hours ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

"All we need is a new stadium and a new owner..."

 

If Richarlison kicks on to be as good as some of them claim he is (a big "if") do you think he's going to hang around on the off-chance that Everton change completely and become a top four club?

Exfuckingactly.

 

We have struggled to hold onto some if our best players in recent years paying more money, having a higher profile and being a bigger club than them.

 

If Richarlison becomes a top player he'll be off to a top 4 club or a big club abroad within a year of doing so.

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Why would Usmanov take over them? Why go somewhere and fund a stadium and players when other teams are probably available with better facilities like Newcastle etc. 

Dreamworld is where they live. Fantasy land fantasy stadium.

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12 minutes ago, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

Why would Usmanov take over them? Why go somewhere and fund a stadium and players when other teams are probably available with better facilities like Newcastle etc. 

Dreamworld is where they live. Fantasy land fantasy stadium.

Because he gets them.

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Still surprised nobody has bought Newcastle, West Ham or even Sunderland. Sunderland have a decent sized stadium, could be bought cheap and brought up steadily

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West Ham are ripe for it.

 

Got the massive competitive advantage of being given use of a 60,000 plus stadium for fuck all - Obviously in London too.

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Usmanov is better off buying AC Milan or Sevilla who he has been linked with in the past as with a bit of backing they would regularly get in the Champions League and both have a big fan base. 

 

 

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