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Mad thing is, they don't even need Zaha. If they're serious about a Europa league spot challenge they need a centre-half and a keeper. 

 

Tarkowski and Pope make them genuine top 6 contenders. 

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On 23/09/2020 at 21:36, Captain Turdseye said:

I just followed that link, the thread started on 12thbseptember and it has 65 pages already. Fucking head cases. What is there to say about Pickford? "He's only got little arms", "yeah I noticed that too". 

On 23/09/2020 at 22:15, Chocoholic said:

 

No.

If i recall correctly they lost those games. 

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1 hour ago, magicrat said:

I reckon he's probably still in short pants and believes in Father Christmas

They didn't/don't have Christmas in his house for obvious reasons. 

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6 hours ago, Red74 said:

Grown man this

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If he masturbates to the idea of only beating a staggeringly mediocre Crystal Palace side, managed by Owly McOwlface, thanks to one of their players cheating, it might be time for him to find a new hobby.  

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Sassy Colombian

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Player Valuation: £225k
Sassy, did you notice any Everton related news when we signed Mina (other than hysterical laughter).
I know he’s not even nearly on a Jane’s scale but was there any buzz at all?
@Noisy noise annoyse When Mina was signed by Everton there was also some buzz, no as big as James of course but many Colombians were excited about him coming to Everton. After all, this club has a great history and importance in football. Moreover, Mina got signed after he had a great world cup by scoring three goals for Colombia thus many people were happy that he was moving to a club that he was actually going to have a chance to play unlike what was happening in Barcelona. However, as much as we love Mina he is not as entertaining to watch as James so while some of us kept up with Everton we weren't following the club as closely as we are right now. But like another Colombian has mentioned on this Forum, we tend to follow players but once we get to follow a club where some of our players play and succeed then we tend to become followers of the team for life too :)

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Just seen a few artists impressions from the 657th public consultation of the stadium. 

 

The inside just looks like any other "new" stadium that's been built in the last 20 years. Not sure where they have got this idea from that it was going to be iconic. 

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Just now, Doctor Troy said:

Just seen a few artists impressions from the 657th public consultation of the stadium. 

 

The inside just looks like any other "new" stadium that's been built in the last 20 years. Not sure where they have got this idea from that it was going to be iconic. 

Got the Echo today and can't work out why there is another consultation, what in gods name is going on, either build the fucking thing or shut up about it.

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8 minutes ago, sir roger said:

Got the Echo today and can't work out why there is another consultation, what in gods name is going on, either build the fucking thing or shut up about it.

It says in the article that due to the objections and possible appeals that construction won't start until after 2021. 

 

On a serious note, no other city in this country seems to have as many heritage nazis and nimbys constantly stifling any regeneration as Liverpool does. Manchester had £1bn of projects approved yesterday including a second arema and massive tower blocks in the city centre.

 

Yet as soon as anyone wants to build anything over 10 floors in Liverpool or near the Liver Buildings an army of professional objectors appear to either have a say in the design or get it stopped. 

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Yeah the only thing that should stop them building it is funding. Fair play if they get it as well. it wont make them a better side but Goodison is a shit-hole and for what, the 8th/9th biggest club in the country they should have a better stadium. 

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21 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

Just seen a few artists impressions from the 657th public consultation of the stadium. 

 

The inside just looks like any other "new" stadium that's been built in the last 20 years. Not sure where they have got this idea from that it was going to be iconic. 

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Where's the Dan Meis money, Mosh?

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24 minutes ago, sir roger said:

This constant blackmail about losing Heritage status is a blight on potential progress

Wouldn't mind but a lot of the nimbys are based on the Wirral who complain about views from across the river and the heritage bods are based elsewhere in the country.

 

You can build a ton of skyscrapers in the shape of 80s mobile phones, Gherkins and cheese graters by the Tower of London, a building of historic national and international significance but if someone wants to build anything near an insurance building constructed about 100 years ago everyone loses their mind and puts a spanner in the works.

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36 minutes ago, sir roger said:

Got the Echo today and can't work out why there is another consultation, what in gods name is going on, either build the fucking thing or shut up about it.

The Littlewoods building on Edge Lane has gone to a public consultation. God knows why when it regenerates a massive derelict building and will bring significant employment to the area in the shape of the film industry.

 

Sometimes they can be stalling tactics because the developers haven't got the money.

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On 24/09/2020 at 19:19, Doctor Troy said:

Evertonian logic.

 

Go on about Liverpool all year long, psychoanalyse every single thing the club does on or off the pitch. Make a load of half baked accusation and lies but continue to take the moral high ground over everything.

 

As soon as a Liverpool fan points out something about Everton, all Kopites are obsessed, dig out a David Conn article, how badly Shankly was treated by the club. Murderers, Heysel etc. 

Apparently in the Echo there was a piece about a Merseyrail rapist who wore a Liverpool shirt.

 

Obviously, GOT waded in with 'redshite behaviour' etc, but one lone weirdo said that it didn't matter who he supported and hoped and thought reds would also want to give him a kicking. He obviously got dogs' abuse for that, until Catcherintherye stepped in to end the argument and confirm that, yes, all redshite would support the rapist.

 

Yes, there are sane, resonable blues, but for fuck's sake.

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1 minute ago, Jarvinja Ilnow said:

Apparently in the Echo there was a piece about a Merseyrail rapist who wore a Liverpool shirt.

 

Obviously, GOT waded in with 'redshite behaviour' etc, but one lone weirdo said that it didn't matter who he supported and hoped and thought reds would also want to give him a kicking. He obviously got dogs' abuse for that, until Catcherintherye stepped in to end the argument and confirm that, yes, all redshite would support the rapist.

 

Yes, there are sane, resonable blues, but for fuck's sake.

I bet one of them said "bet the redshite said it was Chelsea"

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On 24/09/2020 at 17:10, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

Both are £15 I think.


Get the shirt & whatever printing from DHgate for the same price...

 

Maybe not fort The Ev, because frankly, nobody east of Warrington gives a fuck about them.

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45 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

Just seen a few artists impressions from the 657th public consultation of the stadium. 

 

The inside just looks like any other "new" stadium that's been built in the last 20 years. Not sure where they have got this idea from that it was going to be iconic. 

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But that white, it looks almost silver, Like silverware and trophies. Just let that just disseminate in your heads a while. The future is silver, And blue. Royal blue. 

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