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In for a week and out for a month

In for a week and out for a month

In for a week and out for a month

Duncan is a taaaam-pon

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In for a week and out for 10 years

In for a week and out for 10 years

In for a week and out for 10 years

Everton in Euuuuu-rope

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43 minutes ago, General Dryness said:

And under Evertons own rules, she is absolutely representative of every single Everton supporter everywhere. The cunts.

Why have none of them condemned her actions????

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6 hours ago, Harry Squatter said:

The only player who I've seen him have an altercation with around his size is Martin Keown. 

 

All his targets have been smaller, softer players like Bullard, Freud, Savage and McStay. 

Even Keown is three inches shorter than him

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2 hours ago, General Dryness said:

And under Evertons own rules, she is absolutely representative of every single Everton supporter everywhere. The cunts.

Jaysus, she looks like the product of Cher fucking her own son in Mask!

 

The Mask: Why Is a Much Better Movie Than You Remember

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8 hours ago, Jairzinho said:

I think it's also worth remembering he was an absolutely fucking terrible footballer. A one in four striker.

As I like to mention, his goals and games record for Everton is very similar to Heskey's for us, with the difference that Drunken took 12 years to do it and Big Em picked up a bunch of major trophies.

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"The club will have spent as much as £48.6m on paying off managers by the time Benitez's compensation package is agreed." (via @LivEchoEFC) That's about £48.6m Everton could have spent on improving the squad. #EFC

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