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I have a feeling that they may have got Ancelloti as his powers are on the wane - much the same as Mourinho at Man U and now Spurs. Might be total bollocks on my part, but I’m not feeling it from Carlo - even though he’s only just got here, admittedly. Everton’s predicament calls for a Klopp-type manager - and Carlo isn’t that by any stretch of the imagination. Would be fucking hilarious if the arse fell out of them after Sunday, and they get relegated.

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7 minutes ago, Le Duan said:

I have a feeling that they may have got Ancelloti as his powers are on the wane - much the same as Mourinho at Man U and now Spurs. Might be total bollocks on my part, but I’m not feeling it from Carlo - even though he’s only just got here, admittedly. Everton’s predicament calls for a Klopp-type manager - and Carlo isn’t that by any stretch of the imagination. Would be fucking hilarious if the arse fell out of them after Sunday, and they get relegated.

Stop teasing me you evil bastard. 

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Who is good enough? I would want a new keeper for a start, but who will buy Shortarms?

Defensively Mina and Digne are passable the rest not so much.

Midfield they have nowt to be afraid of or to sell.

Uptop Calvert Diver and that shitbag Richie.

 

Also they regularly do well in the Reserve League, World Cup winning youth.

Where are they all?

 

£400m. Going backwards with money worries. Not good.

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12 minutes ago, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

Who is good enough? I would want a new keeper for a start, but who will buy Shortarms?

Defensively Mina and Digne are passable the rest not so much.

Midfield they have nowt to be afraid of or to sell.

Uptop Calvert Diver and that shitbag Richie.

 

Also they regularly do well in the Reserve League, World Cup winning youth.

Where are they all?

 

£400m. Going backwards with money worries. Not good.

Are you worried for them?

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35 minutes ago, Le Duan said:

I have a feeling that they may have got Ancelloti as his powers are on the wane - much the same as Mourinho at Man U and now Spurs. Might be total bollocks on my part, but I’m not feeling it from Carlo - even though he’s only just got here, admittedly. Everton’s predicament calls for a Klopp-type manager - and Carlo isn’t that by any stretch of the imagination. Would be fucking hilarious if the arse fell out of them after Sunday, and they get relegated.

Ralf Rangnick was on the market and is the blueprint for modernising a small-ish club that wants to be a middling club and punch above its weight efficiently, through adopting many of the things we do so well at all levels.

 

Numerous reasons right there why that option being passed over in favour of the big statement “Hollywood” appointment would be cheered to the rafters by their fans.

 

Don’t get me wrong. Ancelotti is pure class, one of the best in the past twenty years. The club as a whole and the people in it can’t help but benefit from his know-how, experience and connections; literally Sam Allardyce has been the most credible football mind out of their managers since Walter Smith.

 

Carlo’s still a manager for a totally different job description, at a different level of club in a different era.

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18 minutes ago, Einch said:

Stop teasing me you evil bastard. 

55/1 with Ladbrokes - worth a fiver of anyone’s money in my opinion. I really think Sunday has killed them.

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Any wonder the fans are so delusional and primed to forecast world domination when their own players [DCL] comes up with this shit?

 

”We were in a bad place at the start of the month, but it’s unbelievable the momentum shift we’ve created”

 

Even more shit about how confident he was going to Anfield. Oh yeah? How did that go you twat? Ave it!

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39 minutes ago, Le Duan said:

Any wonder the fans are so delusional and primed to forecast world domination when their own players [DCL] comes up with this shit?

 

”We were in a bad place at the start of the month, but it’s unbelievable the momentum shift we’ve created”

 

Even more shit about how confident he was going to Anfield. Oh yeah? How did that go you twat? Ave it!

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Typical shit English forward. Shite for ages, bags a couple of goals and is all of a sudden chatting shite as above. He'll be back to the bench soon thanking his lucky stars he's not part of the shit fest on the pitch whilst banking his wages he's been robbing. Oblivious to the fact that most of the Everton fan base have been calling him shite for ages. 

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1 hour ago, liverpoolsno9 said:


 

Houlding was a Mason too, so by their logic, we are the ‘club of the ‘establishment’ too. 

The Bloo board he fell out with were Temperance, so all modern Bloos are teetotal?

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And they think yesterday was roll back to point Zero. Wait until it dawns on them that there's no Uncle Uzzy, no new stadium and next to no money to spend in either January or the summer, as they've already cashed in on all their saleable assets. 

There's no Stones or Lukaku to fund the next spree.

 

 

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21 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

The Bloo board he fell out with were Temperance, so all modern Bloos are teetotal?

They only drink when they win trophies, so pretty much anyone under 44 is.

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I wonder what lies they had to tell Carlo to get him to join, as well as the wages obviously. It would be brilliant if after the fanfare Everton announce record losses and he resigned at the end of January having brought no one in and basically saying, they lied they have nothing. 

 

Yesterday appears to have broken them, which is nice.

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