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1 hour ago, Le Duan said:

I truly fear for their mental well-being - can envisage Jonestown-scale self harm if we won the league at their ground

Jim Jones spoke more sense than some of the cranks on GOT.

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It's ok though as they'd sell him for £50m

 

ForeverBlue92

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Player Valuation: £40m
In terms of FFP he's the only saleable asset we could flog to allow a big summer of investment.

I still dont think he's the main issue but if someone offered £50 million I would sell him - get Pope or Dubravka in for £25 million and reinvest the rest in a CM, CB & RW

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4 minutes ago, Leyton388 said:

It's ok though as they'd sell him for £50m

 

ForeverBlue92

ForeverBlue92

Player Valuation: £40m
In terms of FFP he's the only saleable asset we could flog to allow a big summer of investment.

I still dont think he's the main issue but if someone offered £50 million I would sell him - get Pope or Dubravka in for £25 million and reinvest the rest in a CM, CB & RW

£50m? For Pickford? They're having a laugh. £25m-£30m tops and they'd struggle to get that for him, surely?

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4 minutes ago, dockers_strike said:

£50m? For Pickford? They're having a laugh. £25m-£30m tops and they'd struggle to get that for him, surely?

Yes....because they’ve seen him

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2 hours ago, Herp McDerp said:

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You’ve only gone and won the internet with that - fabulous - makes me giggle every time I see it - and it sums ‘Everton’ up perfectly.

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20 minutes ago, Leyton388 said:

It's ok though as they'd sell him for £50m

 

ForeverBlue92

ForeverBlue92

Player Valuation: £40m
In terms of FFP he's the only saleable asset we could flog to allow a big summer of investment.

I still dont think he's the main issue but if someone offered £50 million I would sell him - get Pope or Dubravka in for £25 million and reinvest the rest in a CM, CB & RW

£25M to buy a CM,CB & RW! have they got a fucking Delorean? 

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8 minutes ago, cloggypop said:

They lost the chance of making a profit on Pickford the moment when De Gea signed his new contract. 

Apparently not.

 

 

ForeverBlue92

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Player Valuation: £40m
Whose going to pay 50m for him.
Chelsea
Utd
Spurs

All clubs with equally suspect keepers. Ive said for a while there is a shortage of top keepers in world football and Pickfords ability on the ball in terms of his feet makes him a big asset.

I dont think he'll be sold though - Ancelotti likes to play it out from the back which Pickford is good at.

He needs proper competition at the minimum

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1 hour ago, Leyton388 said:

Apparently not.

 

 

ForeverBlue92

ForeverBlue92

Player Valuation: £40m
Whose going to pay 50m for him.
Chelsea
Utd
Spurs

All clubs with equally suspect keepers. Ive said for a while there is a shortage of top keepers in world football and Pickfords ability on the ball in terms of his feet makes him a big asset.

I dont think he'll be sold though - Ancelotti likes to play it out from the back which Pickford is good at.

He needs proper competition at the minimum

Well, he's got a fair hoof on him. Aside from that, he's dodgy as fuck with the ball at his feet, as are most of their defenders. I'm really hoping they try and be clever when they play us at Goodison, it won't end well for them.

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