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1 minute ago, Anubis said:


Hes probably thinking of the obscene amount of compensation he’s paid to Martinez and Koeman, and the rescue fee for Allardyce.

And the £4m they paid to Watford earlier this year. 

 

He will still be shitting it though because if they go down (I don't think they will) he stands to lose a hefty chunk of his money. 

 

If they keep Silva I expect Moshiri to watch their games from his home in Monaco, and by watch their games I mean not watch and by his home I mean his tax exile. 

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To this day I am still amazed that Utd, after 20 years of being at the top, thought that Moyes was the one to keep them there.

It the single best decision, not including LFC, that there has ever been in football. 

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4 hours ago, Josef Svejk said:

Inspirational stuff. That Hibbert-Osman combo on the right side will never be bettered...

That Moyes video plus the BT Sport one titled "Don't Come to me With Offers, I Never Want to Leave Everton! Leon Osman on Being a One-Club Man" are rife with unintentional comedy. 

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13 hours ago, R BENO said:

To this day I am still amazed that Utd, after 20 years of being at the top, thought that Moyes was the one to keep them there.

It the single best decision, not including LFC, that there has ever been in football. 

It was Slurs call aimed at keeping Mourinho out. Another dour Scot to carry on his legacy . What could go wrong 

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They're mostly crying at the moment because someone suggested Rafa and they are still upset because he called them a small club, even though he didn't.

 

I genuinely pity Moshiri getting dragged into their little world. Not a lot mind as I'm sure his large investments in steel and the thought of a free stadium needing a lot of steel possibly from a company he's heavily invested in, was enough to help him skim through the numerous warnings.

 

Now he finds himself in the village of the damned where few escape. They can't attract a top manager because they're shit, with shit players, a shit stadium and shit fans. Their delusional view of where they sit in the footballing scheme of things is so far out of whack that nobody is good enough. 

 

He must regret the day he allowed his greed to cloud his judgement and allow BK's bullshit to permeate his rational thoughts. The crowd are turning ugly and fast, they didn't have far to turn in all honesty. Already he's started getting abuse at the wooden shack, this will only increase until he appoints Poch and gives him £500m to spend on players. 

 

What is much different this time round is that the neighbours are European Champions and are currently on fucking fire! If you looked in almost every single aspect of Liverpool for the complete opposite, then your answers would mainly be Everton. This has turned up the anger, they're not just fuming right now, they're positively incandescent with rage. Just how shit they are is being laid bare and cognitive dissonance isn't working any more, reality is starting to seep into their every day thoughts and it hurts like hell. 

 

It's Kenwright, it's Moshiri, it's Silva, it's Brands and even that Denise whatshername isn't safe from the bitters bile. I genuinely believe that if the club announced that they were having to scrap BMD and then we beat them in the derby that they would all spontaneously combust. 

 

If they ever get relegated and dropped like a stone through the leagues and ended up a pub team, their fans would still be insisting on a world class manager and a 60k stadium on the dock. It would still all be our fault somehow too. 

 

 

 

 

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12 minutes ago, блядь said:

I genuinely believe that if the club announced that they were having to scrap BMD and then we beat them in the derby that they would all spontaneously combust. 

It'll be like the final scene from Infinity War

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5 minutes ago, Frank Dacey said:

What's Alan Stubbs doing these days?

With those ears, staying out of the wind I'd guess.

 

St Mirren[edit]

Stubbs was appointed St Mirren manager in June 2018.[45] On 3 September, it was announced that Stubbs had left the club after less than three months in charge

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Gotta laugh at their delusion. Is there any other set of fans from clubs at their level, Soton, Watford, West Ham that would think they would have a chance of the likes of Mourinho (until last week) Poch or Simeone as their manager? Yet some of them actually think they have a chance. They’re off their barnets. Two of the managers deemed not good enough for them are favourite for the Barca job. Their fanbase is poisonous, they think they should be going toe to toe with the big guns, utterly deluded, when they don’t, the boos start. The manager can’t win there as their expectation is totally unreasonable. The fans actually want them to lose at least 2 games a season, not the best place to go to if you’re a winner. The atmosphere at the Pit is already determined by us being top, they’ve  all lost their heads before a ball has even been kicked. 

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6 hours ago, scudger99 said:

Moyes's tactical masterclass : stick Fellaini up top and launch the ball at his fluffy head.

Sorry, Scudger: negged you while attempting to rep you! Fat fingers on mobile...

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Their delusion is great. On Talkshite today Derek Hatton was banging on about them being the greatest team in the world in the eighties followed by some random knobhead saying that they have half a dozen players that would get into any side in the top six. Until they have a proper look at themselves, away from all the faults being caused by the RS, nothing will change.

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13 minutes ago, liverpoolsno9 said:

Gotta laugh at their delusion. Is there any other set of fans from clubs at their level, Soton, Watford, West Ham that would think they would have a chance of the likes of Mourinho (until last week) Poch or Simeone as their manager? Yet some of them actually think they have a chance. They’re off their barnets. Two of the managers deemed not good enough for them are favourite for the Barca job. Their fanbase is poisonous, they think they should be going toe to toe with the big guns, utterly deluded, when they don’t, the boos start. The manager can’t win there as their expectation is totally unreasonable. The fans actually want them to lose at least 2 games a season, not the best place to go to if you’re a winner. The atmosphere at the Pit is already determined by us being top, they’ve  all lost their heads before a ball has even been kicked. 

To be fair, Ronald Koeman is also one of the favourites for the Barcelona job and he wasn't good enough for the Ev. 

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14 minutes ago, liverpoolsno9 said:

Gotta laugh at their delusion. Is there any other set of fans from clubs at their level, Soton, Watford, West Ham that would think they would have a chance of the likes of Mourinho (until last week) Poch or Simeone as their manager? Yet some of them actually think they have a chance. They’re off their barnets. Two of the managers deemed not good enough for them are favourite for the Barca job. Their fanbase is poisonous, they think they should be going toe to toe with the big guns, utterly deluded, when they don’t, the boos start. The manager can’t win there as their expectation is totally unreasonable. The fans actually want them to lose at least 2 games a season, not the best place to go to if you’re a winner. The atmosphere at the Pit is already determined by us being top, they’ve  all lost their heads before a ball has even been kicked. 

Just two games? They will be conflicted against Leicester, I said earlier if Silva gets a win against them it could be the end of him. 

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Glad the derby is at ours next week. It'll be less likely,just a bit less, for one of theirs to try do damage to Salah, mane or virgil, not that they could damage virgil. 

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