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14 hours ago, General Dryness said:

She certainly puts the "norks" in "snorkel". In fact an anagram of snorkel is "el norks". Is she Spanish? Who cares! 

 

Tits!

 

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1 hour ago, dockers_strike said:

Spurs set to make approach to Nuno Santo and ancelotti keen to sign calvert lewin for around £50m for Real.

Fucking hell, if this is true Richy la will be well and truly spitting his (extremely long) dummy out

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Why do I think this is likely to be true. Because it’s the Ev desperate to be a big club.

 

 

 


 

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From the BBC rumours page

 

https://www.sport.es/es/noticias/real-madrid/bomba-real-madrid-james-rodriguez-11839645

 

Florentino Pérez has the signing of Kylian Mbappé between his eyebrows , but the bomb of this summer market at Real Madrid may be James Rodriguez . The Colombian midfielder could return to the Whites after three seasons in which he had to leave on loan to Bayern and ended up being transferred to Everton when he did not have opportunities. A surprising operation, but one that has signs of crystallizing according to what is pointed out in their country.

 

The 'Gol Caracol' journalist Javier Hernández Bonnet has assured that the option has been opened at the request of the coach, Carlo Ancelotti , and that it has many possibilities of crystallizing despite the reluctance of the president, Florentino Pérez. This source assures that James Rodríguez would be willing to assume a salary reduction and that his arrival would not imply any disbursement for the coffers of the white entity , especially if the arrival of Rafa Benítez is confirmed, with whom he already collided with Real Madrid.

Reunion with Carletto

 

Ancelotti's request cannot surprise anyone. The veteran Italian coach already requested the signing of the Colombian midfielder in his previous spell at Real Madrid , took him on loan to Bayern and later claimed him for Everton. It would be their fourth reunion.

The Madrid coach is aware of the deficit of midfielders in the Whites' squad and knows that James Rodríguez can offer him a satisfactory performance to give Luka Modric and Toni Kroos air and raise the level of the team with rotations.

 

HAHAHAHA, this is as much a laugh at Real Madrid as it is at the Bloos. So much to laugh at here, but if the best that Real Madrid can do for a 'galactico' in their current circumstances is the return of Rodriguez, then they truly are fucked.

 

Then you have to wonder, what the fuck is the deal with him and Ancelotti? Is 'The Eyebrow' shagging the ladyboy on the side? He's brought his son with him on the coaching team, everywhere he's gone, and he's also signed Rodriguez at Bayern and Everton, and now apparently looking to bring him back to Madrid again. It's not like he's performed so spectacularly that he feels he can't afford to be without him.

 

Not to forget the opening line in the above, which is a translation, but it's hilarious in the wording, especially the context of Ancelotti and his facial features. 'Florentino Perez has the signing of Kylian Mbappe between his eyebrows'

 

Watch the Bloos twist the narrative into 'Real Madrid wanted OUR manager and now they want our player, not any of the Redshite players'

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Latest hysteria from FC Moral Sanctity sees them ploughing a pious boot into a property development company which seemingly buys the former grounds of already defunct clubs, for whom Rush and Fowler have done paid promo’s for.

 

Cue our wholesome brethren claiming yet more heartless kopite behaviour, crying their hearts out in the name of community traditions.

 

Nothing to do with Rush being joyously hailed for scoring all kinds against them across a 30-year legacy.

 

https://members.boardhost.com/everton-forum/thread/1624135793.html

 

EVIDENCE! 

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54 minutes ago, Anubis said:

Why do I think this is likely to be true. Because it’s the Ev desperate to be a big club.

 

 

 


 

 

Thats makes sense for Real

Bring him back for free sell Isco/Assensio to free wages and fee and sell Rodriguez a year later

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My advice to my Everton pals - don't touch Rafa Benitez with a barge pole - John Aldridge

 

EVERTON are flirting with the idea of appointing ­Rafael Benitez as their new manager, and my advice to them could not be ­ clearer – don’t do it.

 

The prospect of a former Liverpool manager taking over at Goodison Park will send a shiver down the spine of many Evertonians, and some of my blue nose friends are not happy about it.

I saw former Everton keeper Neville Southall saying their fans will never accept Benitez as manager and I think he’s spot on.

 

Rafa will always be a Red and even though he has made Liverpool his home and I’m sure he would love the Everton job, he is not the right fit for them.

 

He would stabilise Everton, get them into the top half of the table next ­season and might even get them near a Cup final, but the style of football he promotes and the way he does things is not to everyone’s liking.

When Benitez is running a club, it’s his way or the highway and that’s not ideal if you are not one of his men.

Look at the way he treated Robbie Keane after he made his dream move to Liverpool in 2008.

 

Of course, there are two sides to the Benitez debate and there will always be plenty of Liverpool fans who will always hold Benitez in high esteem, as he was the manager who brought the fifth European Cup to the club on that famous night in Istanbul back in 2005.

 

It is an achievement that can never be taken from him, but there are some myths about that night that need to be popped.

 

First of all, he picked the wrong team to start that final in Istanbul, as Harry Kewell should not have started and the ­balance of the team was all wrong as AC Milan went 3-0 ahead.

 

Secondly, Benitez was about to take Djimi Traore off at half-time before Steve Finnan told him he was injured, and so he had to change his plans, which was a lucky break that went his way.

 

And thirdly, Steven Gerrard’s iconic performance dragged Liverpool to victory that night and gave Benitez the Champions League win that will always be on his record.

 

Rafa’s tactics were important in getting Liverpool through to that 2005 Champions League final and he was also inventive, as his side reached the 2007 final of that competition as well.

 

Yet the way it ended for him at Liverpool should not be forgotten.

 

He gave the green light for the club to sign way too many players who were not good enough to play for Liverpool reserves and you have to ask why those players ended up at the club?

 

Management is a lucrative game these days as the guys at the top get paid huge amounts and even if they fail, they get multi-millions euro pay-offs.

 

Benitez is proof of that and you should see the house he lives on a clifftop with panoramic views of the River Dee on the Wirral.

 

It’s one of the biggest houses on Merseyside, but is he really the right man for Everton now?

 

https://www.sundayworld.com/sport/soccer/my-advice-to-my-everton-pals-dont-touch-rafa-benitez-with-a-barge-pole-40558032.html

 

And so he goes on, I'm getting the impression he isn't Rafa's best friend. But yeah, one of the biggest houses on the Wirral definitely means the bitters shouldn't even consider Rafa. 

 

Sorry John, loved you as a player but christ you're bitter. 

 

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Fucking hell Aldo!  I agree that Rafa is too good for Everton and they'll never truly accept him but when did Aldridge get so bitter?
 

 

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53 minutes ago, Impostor said:

My advice to my Everton pals - don't touch Rafa Benitez with a barge pole - John Aldridge

 

EVERTON are flirting with the idea of appointing ­Rafael Benitez as their new manager, and my advice to them could not be ­ clearer – don’t do it.

 

The prospect of a former Liverpool manager taking over at Goodison Park will send a shiver down the spine of many Evertonians, and some of my blue nose friends are not happy about it.

I saw former Everton keeper Neville Southall saying their fans will never accept Benitez as manager and I think he’s spot on.

 

Rafa will always be a Red and even though he has made Liverpool his home and I’m sure he would love the Everton job, he is not the right fit for them.

 

He would stabilise Everton, get them into the top half of the table next ­season and might even get them near a Cup final, but the style of football he promotes and the way he does things is not to everyone’s liking.

When Benitez is running a club, it’s his way or the highway and that’s not ideal if you are not one of his men.

Look at the way he treated Robbie Keane after he made his dream move to Liverpool in 2008.

 

Of course, there are two sides to the Benitez debate and there will always be plenty of Liverpool fans who will always hold Benitez in high esteem, as he was the manager who brought the fifth European Cup to the club on that famous night in Istanbul back in 2005.

 

It is an achievement that can never be taken from him, but there are some myths about that night that need to be popped.

 

First of all, he picked the wrong team to start that final in Istanbul, as Harry Kewell should not have started and the ­balance of the team was all wrong as AC Milan went 3-0 ahead.

 

Secondly, Benitez was about to take Djimi Traore off at half-time before Steve Finnan told him he was injured, and so he had to change his plans, which was a lucky break that went his way.

 

And thirdly, Steven Gerrard’s iconic performance dragged Liverpool to victory that night and gave Benitez the Champions League win that will always be on his record.

 

Rafa’s tactics were important in getting Liverpool through to that 2005 Champions League final and he was also inventive, as his side reached the 2007 final of that competition as well.

 

Yet the way it ended for him at Liverpool should not be forgotten.

 

He gave the green light for the club to sign way too many players who were not good enough to play for Liverpool reserves and you have to ask why those players ended up at the club?

 

Management is a lucrative game these days as the guys at the top get paid huge amounts and even if they fail, they get multi-millions euro pay-offs.

 

Benitez is proof of that and you should see the house he lives on a clifftop with panoramic views of the River Dee on the Wirral.

 

It’s one of the biggest houses on Merseyside, but is he really the right man for Everton now?

 

https://www.sundayworld.com/sport/soccer/my-advice-to-my-everton-pals-dont-touch-rafa-benitez-with-a-barge-pole-40558032.html

 

And so he goes on, I'm getting the impression he isn't Rafa's best friend. But yeah, one of the biggest houses on the Wirral definitely means the bitters shouldn't even consider Rafa. 

 

Sorry John, loved you as a player but christ you're bitter. 

 

Yeah, it's a terrible read that and just makes aldo sound jealous. 

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23 minutes ago, VladimirIlyich said:

I think Aldo makes one or two salient points but they are lost within the bitterness of him having 'the biggest house on the Wirral.' It seems as if the article was written by an Evertonian.

Yep. Mentioning his house makes it personal. If it's not a blag blueshite piece then it's Aldridge pandering to the blues for some stupid reason. 

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