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20 minutes ago, Barry Wom said:

I guess they'll be funding it too then. 

Still nothing about how they will play for it. The planning g application was due to go in a week before Christmas but now they are spinning it out until February.

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Their heads are mashed, and when will this bollocks about most people in Liverpool support Everton be quashed, a certain Sunday in early June should have done it for good. That fella was a fucking ballooon of the highest order, comedic gold.

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7 hours ago, Tony Moanero said:

Hummel have made some nice footy kits, especially in the 80s.

They did the original white boots in the 70s too IIRC....as worn by Alan Ball amongst others

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15 hours ago, Le Duan said:

Here’s your bin bags cunt, don’t let the door hit your arse on the way out

Honestly, the shit Ive put up with from her. Enoughs enough.

 

During our whole relationship she hasnt spoken to me once and openly sees another bloke. Its as if I dont exist. Im the fucking business me. She just cant see it. Her loss.

 

Has similarities to the Everton/Liverpool love affair I grant you

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However Southall believes that the appointment of Carlo Ancelotti could be the first step and an important influence for Everton ahead of a proposed stadium switch.

"We need to go into the new stadium with a settled squad. We haven’t got a bad team, but we need a catalyst," he added.

 

"Ancelotti could be the first part of that. A couple of major signings will also send a signal to the rest of the league that we are serious.

"Of course, the new ground will have a capacity approaching 60,000 and at the moment we’re averaging 40,000, so we’ve got to find another 20,000 new fans.

"For the new ground to be viable we have to have a better product on the pitch. After the FA Cup tie against Liverpool things look gloomy but I think it will come."

 

 

 

https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/neville-southall-believes-carlo-ancelotti-17541251

 

He's been sniffing the bins again, they haven't got a bad team, was he watching last Sunday?  And they have to find 20,000 new fans. Well they'd better get choosing some because they certainly cannot manufacture them. Their attitude to anyone coming in to the city on match days to support their 'local shop for local people' is enough to drive away any prospective new fans but their actual football and complete lack of any success is the main reason of course. 

 

Imagine being dumb enough to select everton as your team when you have a wealth of decent teams to pick, and I'm not just talking the top teams here I'm talking decent teams that try to play good football. Then you make the pilgrimage to Goodison only to discover that bile and hatred are what is on show. 

 

Evertonians generally are not supporters, yeah they're fans of course but most haven't got an ounce of support in them. They just want to have something to wind us up with, to be better than us. If booing your players because they are not as good as Liverpool's players was a thing, almost every ground in the world would be constant booing. 

 

They want 20,000 extra fans, but they'll take day trippers from the cruises. Now if those day-trippers turn left and visit their cuckoo clock then they're chosen blues, if they take a taxi to Anfield to tour one of the most famous footballing grounds in the world, they're meeerrrderin redshites. They're more likely to go for a cup of expensive coffee on the Albert Dock than visit a dusty old museum on BMD, and it would be more fun too. 

 

There's actually a typical comment on the echo website from a bitter, something about us not being a local club and having all the hotels booked up on match days. While they criticise that, this is exactly what they need if they are to become successful. But as previously mentioned, you need a reason for people to travel from all over the world. A new stadium isn't a reason, unless you're a deluded bitter of course. 

 

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9 hours ago, Barry Wom said:

Are you trying to say Everton are a medium sized club? The Mersey millionaires? The school of science? Come one, they're leaders in world football and they're just haven't a little struggle due to their noisey neighbours. 

Genuinely I thought wall pushers was a Hillsborough reference. 

Yeh I am saying they are a medium sized club . Whilst we were never in quite a bad a position as them we were a hairs breadth from going bust and finding it impossible to keep our best players or recruit top talent. Getting Klopp was an unbelievable stroke of luck/ genius (call it whats you want) . Before him I never had any faith that the owners would put in enough investment to get us to the top of the greasy pole.  Everton have virtually no chance of repeating that.  As an aside I have plenty of Bloos as mates and they recognise that .None of them go to Derby's at Anfield because of the toxic atmosphere and all of them find the dragging up of Heysel 30 odd years down the line an embarrassment .We should step back and realise the majority of Evertonians don't post inflamatory shite on GOT or go go shouting the odds down Finch farm. 

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2 hours ago, Doctor Troy said:

Still nothing about how they will play for it. The planning g application was due to go in a week before Christmas but now they are spinning it out until February.

Council might be a bit busy at the moment 

 

https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/arrested-council-chief-not-work-17540517

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2 hours ago, Dave D said:

Honestly, the shit Ive put up with from her. Enoughs enough.

 

During our whole relationship she hasnt spoken to me once and openly sees another bloke. Its as if I dont exist. Im the fucking business me. She just cant see it. Her loss.

 

Has similarities to the Everton/Liverpool love affair I grant you

 

Cuck Satis Nisi Cuckoo Clock.

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12 hours ago, Anubis said:

Hot on the heels of our Nike deal, more trouble ‘t mill...

 

 

 

As the roof is fitted to our new Main stand, visible from Goodison, the Everton players look on in awe 

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Just had a nose at the Hummel thread on GOT. More kids wear Liverpool, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus trackies than Everton ones because those teams have boss players and win things. Everton have few, if any, household names and last won a trophy a quarter of a century ago.

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1 hour ago, magicrat said:

Yeh I am saying they are a medium sized club . Whilst we were never in quite a bad a position as them we were a hairs breadth from going bust and finding it impossible to keep our best players or recruit top talent. Getting Klopp was an unbelievable stroke of luck/ genius (call it whats you want) . Before him I never had any faith that the owners would put in enough investment to get us to the top of the greasy pole.  Everton have virtually no chance of repeating that.  As an aside I have plenty of Bloos as mates and they recognise that .None of them go to Derby's at Anfield because of the toxic atmosphere and all of them find the dragging up of Heysel 30 odd years down the line an embarrassment .We should step back and realise the majority of Evertonians don't post inflamatory shite on GOT or go go shouting the odds down Finch farm. 

Rep for the back handed compliment to the BS.

 

"We were a gnats cock away from going bust but we were never in as bad a position as them"

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20 hours ago, liverpoolsno9 said:

 Here’s the article. 

 

In recent years, the so called ‘friendly derby’ has become anything but. The sight of Evertonians at Anfield last Sunday turning their backs on the pre-match rendition of ‘You’ll Never walk Alone’ was represented in the media as yet another example of the breakdown in relations between the respective sets of fans. 

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It’s become commonplace now, both before and after derbies, for articles to appear in the media exploring the increasingly poisonous atmosphere, lamenting the loss of the once ‘friendly’ tag. 

Whether this tag was ever completely accurate is open to debate. Those Blues of a more mature vintage can attest to the fact that there has never been much love-loss towards our neighbours. From the 1970s onwards, as Liverpool began to marry success on the pitch with a sneering contempt for Everton off it, relations began to sour. 

 

Sour, but arguably just about remain cordial. Until the 1990s, if not exactly ‘friendly’, the rivalry between the two clubs had an undercurrent of tolerance. The same could not be said about the rivalry today. 

A few of the articles written have highlighted the role that Heysel has played in this deterioration, many claiming that we Evertonians exaggerate its impact on our club. A recent piece by Tony Evans in the Independent summed this up, claiming that: 

‘Everton have been in decline since the 1980s and the after effects of Heysel contributed to that downturn in fortunes – but only to the smallest degree.’

Evertonians would obviously disagree. For Blues the UEFA ban has been a gripe for over 30 years. Far from contributing to the ‘smallest degree’ it has long been identified by many as the main reason why the club’s mid-1980s period of success proved short-lived and a significant contributory factor in Everton’s relative decline in the years that followed.

 

And there is certainly a case to support this. For Everton, the ban was a particular blow. The club would have qualified for European football in four of the five years that the prohibition was in force, and done so with some of the finest Everton sides to have ever graced Goodison Park; sides that won league titles, bristled with talent and which were packed with an array of Everton greats.  

Aside from missing out on the revenue aspects of participation (ticket sales, sponsorship, prize money) the absence of European football also meant that Everton suffered a talent drain.

And the most important loss was Kendall. Here, the ban was key. As he wrote in his autobiography, Only the Best is Good Enough:

‘Inevitably, one of the major reasons why I felt so drawn to the continent was the UEFA ban on the participation of English clubs in the European competitions, imposed in the wake of the Heysel Stadium tragedy. I missed those nights of European glory very much indeed.‘ 

Managers like Kendall are rare in the game, people who come along and transform clubs. Kendall awoke a sleeping giant, shouldering the pressure of the crowd and moulding something that even managed to threaten Liverpool’s dominance in English football. He was our Shankly, our Ferguson, our Wenger. 

 

"He was our Shankly, our Ferguson, our Wenger." I can't imagine those managers leaving to manage Athletic Bilbao. I think they should be looking more at Kendall rather than trying to put all the blame on Liverpool. Bellends.

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6 minutes ago, kemskem said:

"He was our Shankly, our Ferguson, our Wenger." I can't imagine those managers leaving to manage Athletic Bilbao. I think they should be looking more at Kendall rather than trying to put all the blame on Liverpool. Bellends.

Kendall was back at Everton three years later. He was still only 44 years old.

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45 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

Just had a nose at the Hummel thread on GOT. More kids wear Liverpool, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus trackies than Everton ones because those teams have boss players and win things. Everton have few, if any, household names and last won a trophy a quarter of a century ago.

Now I’m not one to give them any credit but some of the replies on that thread about shit brands (not marcel) are genuinely hilarious. 

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Bottom line is everton fans cannot stomach the fact that their position as the 'senior' club in the city never mind as seen as such within the country, has been long been usurped by its younger one which has, gone on to grow and be far more successful by just about any measure you choose.

 

This, despite the 'younger' club having a few periods in it's history when it wasnt successful yet has more league titles, more European titles, won both domestic cups more times and now, has attained World Club Champions status.

 

Fuck 'em!

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46 minutes ago, dockers_strike said:

Bottom line is everton fans cannot stomach the fact that their position as the 'senior' club in the city never mind as seen as such within the country, has been long been usurped by its younger one which has, gone on to grow and be far more successful by just about any measure you choose.

 

This, despite the 'younger' club having a few periods in it's history when it wasnt successful yet has more league titles, more European titles, won both domestic cups more times and now, has attained World Club Champions status.

 

Fuck 'em!

 

Yeah but you're forgetting that they had undersoil heating before we did.

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