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Wolves gave us a few really tough games these last few years even when we were at our best. I do wonder though if Mendes was more responsible for that than Nuno, and how he will get on at Everton if Mendes keeps sending his best young players to Wolves.
 

Most blues seem underwhelmed, but then who did they realistically think they were going to get? Most of them have been fantasising over Ten Hag, Gaultier and Rangnick but these fellas are already working for big clubs that regularly compete, why would they walk away from that to manage a mid-table Everton?

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9 minutes ago, Vincent Vega said:

Wolves gave us a few really tough games these last few years even when we were at our best. I do wonder though if Mendes was more responsible for that than Nuno, and how he will get on at Everton if Mendes keeps sending his best young players to Wolves.
 

Most blues seem underwhelmed, but then who did they realistically think they were going to get? Most of them have been fantasising over Ten Hag, Gaultier and Rangnick but these fellas are already working for big clubs that regularly compete, why would they walk away from that to manage a mid-table Everton?

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11 hours ago, Lee909 said:
However, in Nuno's defence (cos somebody oughta):

– He is a nice guy with a very likeable personality

Once he's been touched by Everton...

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Am a bit dissapointed. I quite like Santo and I think he'll do well there.

 

By well I mean 6th and the occassional semi final which will be enough for a dvd.

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Think he'll do well and I like the guy, a good fit. He's no Ancelotti though. I don't pay them much mind and don't know what their financial situation is, but if he'd had money to spend and could be arsed putting a shift in, Ancelotti had the nous, experience and - crucially- player pull to make them contenders for trophies, maybe not the prem, but a half decent outfit. 

 

I see no future for them outside battling for top six again now.

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8 hours ago, Scott_M said:

I don’t think NES is a bad appointment for them. 
 

He did a good job at Wolves. I know they’ve had a lot of investment, but he’s taken them from the Championship to a threatening but steady mid-table club. 

 

Last season didn’t go great for him but then last season didn’t go great for a lot of clubs for various reasons. 
 

Unfortunately, I think he’ll probably do Ok. Whether Ok is good enough for The Ev and their delusions of grandeur, time will tell. 

Will the blues now christen him Super NES?

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3 hours ago, VladimirIlyich said:

Will the blues now christen him Super NES?


He’ll be more a Virtual Boy or Wii U. 

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LEONARD

Player Valuation: £70m
Have they claimed Christian Eriksen yet

I hate the RS mate, but best to delete that post if you still can .
 
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6 minutes ago, Stickman said:


 

The pyramids got built quicker 

It's slow even for cowboy developer infested, pedantic self interest NIMBY group and anti development councillor Liverpool. 

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42 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

LEONARD

Player Valuation: £70m
Have they claimed Christian Eriksen yet

I hate the RS mate, but best to delete that post if you still can .
 

The cunt probably thought he'd get kudos from the shite fans for that, instead he got called out by one of his own for it.

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Jesus christ how on earth will the esk spin that one to confirm it has. Everton are struggling a bit more with the stadium because they never got the common wealth tax payers funded freebie they wanted, I wouldn't be surprised if their owner bought the club half in the expectation of that going ahead. 

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