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Just now, Doctor Troy said:

That happened when I played against the Pineapple in some Sunday league cup game.

 

We get a lot of Turkish/Greek/Albanian/Yugoslavian (back in the day and they were the most volatile) teams over here in the Sunday leagues. I ended up playing in those leagues myself after ageing and the fans were just stood around the pitch getting all angry and carried blades to put off players who got close to the touchline etc. Witnessed a few officials taking a beating before a free for all between both teams/fans and the match being called off. It was pure mayhem at times and not what you wanted to be involved in, toxic as fuck. I fucked that shit off sharpish as I was getting to old and injured for the shit anyway. Never saw a gun being pulled mind, although it wouldn't have come as a surprise to find out some of their fans were carrying. One team offered us a load of weed to throw a game once, they'd have creamed us anyway, so obviously we accepted. 

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3 hours ago, Lizzie Birdsworths Wrinkled Chopper said:

They’ve followed the United template in appointing a club legend who scored an iconic winning goal in Spain.

Why would Divock wanna manage them? 

 

Oh, you mean THEIR club legend?

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What? What the fuck is this clown talking about in the Guardian comments section on Ronay’s Silva dissection? They love to give themselves more relevance than they have,

 

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lennyitkyo

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I know he wasn’t popular, but Everton sacked big Sam for this guy? Whoever made that decision should also have to leave the club. Why was their no attempt to get mourinho when he was crying in interviews about being out of work? 

Now the club look set to go backwards to 2002 and hire moyes again. I like the way the much maligned Stan Collymore put it, ‘if David moyes is the answer, what is the question?’. It’s clearly not how can we make Everton a top 4 team, it’s more how can we stay in the premier league. A shocking state of affairs, the fact Everton are so weak has contributed to the strength of Liverpool, the lack of a competitive derby game has made life much easier for them. moyes is going to do little to change that his win record at anfield was equally shit. 

Personally, I’d get benitez and actually back him, but alas it looks like moyesball is back, fellani tony hibbert and Cahill must be eagerly sitting by the phone..

 


 

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Please let this be true....

 

 

EFCPaul

EFCPaul

Player Valuation: £35m
Moshiri did not intend to sack Silva today, Brands had insisted it would be the wrong decision because the club is trying to change for the long-term, mostly in terms of mindset. Stability is what he insists is needed, that supporters would calm down and things would right themselves in a few months.


Old Blue Bill and DBB got in his ear and convinced him the manager had to go, that the club needed a figure to unite the fans (e.g. Ferguson). 

The players wanted to stick with Silva and told him as much in the meeting, he appeared to agree with them so they left thinking his trip there to speak with them had all been a bit pointless. Then those amateurs stick their two cents in and get him to go against what Brands and the players told him. The players are in total shock and Brands is steaming mad for being overruled. He'll be gone very soon as well.

Everton Football Club ladies and gentleman. Well done to the people who clapped that man in 2011 when a group of supporters tried to tell the world what a disease he and his stooges are.

 

EFCPaul

EFCPaul

Player Valuation: £35m
Is that from one of tomorrow's papers?
I've no idea if there's any truth to it. But it looks very bad if it is true. Very disorganised and lacking direction.
It's from someone I'd trust with my mother's life. And I'm the person who confirmed those kit designs months before they were released remember, I dont start BS rumours.

 

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Davey Moyes, ready to do a proper destroy and exit, before sticking a sackload of money on Big Sam's British Managers Lunch Club table. A great result just in time for Christmas.

 

MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY.

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28 minutes ago, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

"My glory days - if you like - as an Everton fan were under David Moyes and what we achieved with spending so minimal money was an overachievement really. We played some nice football and brought in some of our greatest players."

 

 

Glory days indeed. 

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20 minutes ago, TheBitch said:

"My glory days - if you like - as an Everton fan were under David Moyes and what we achieved with spending so minimal money was an overachievement really. We played some nice football and brought in some of our greatest players."

 

 

Glory days indeed. 

Halcyon you might even say. 

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20 minutes ago, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

Mariah Don’t Carey. 

 

All I Want For Christmas Is Booooooooooooooooooo!

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11 hours ago, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

Duncan will be watching from the stands in his first game to get a better view of proceedings. He willy however relay messages to the bench via Carrier Pigeon to his Lieutenants, Alan Dastardly Stubbs and Leon Muttley Osman.

That your autocorrect changes the word “will” to “willy” tells the real story here.

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1 hour ago, TheBitch said:

"My glory days - if you like - as an Everton fan were under David Moyes and what we achieved with spending so minimal money was an overachievement really. We played some nice football and brought in some of our greatest players."

 

 

Glory days indeed. 

Glory days well they'll pass you by
Glory days in the wink of a young girl's eye
Glory days, glory days
 

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According to the Echo Ancelotti is on tge shortlist for Everton.

 

Kate Upton is on my shortlist but I really doubt she'd be interested in me.

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8 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

According to the Echo Ancelotti is on tge shortlist for Everton.

 

Kate Upton is on my shortlist but I really doubt she'd be interested in me.

Ancelotti? Hahahaha. Delusion of the highest order.

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