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It was almost inevitable it would come to appointing a distant second choice after Rooney, quite unexpectedly, turned down an opportunity with a Grand Old Lady.

 

 

 

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At what point will Duncan Ferguson realise that they’d give the manager’s job to Jimmy Krankie before they’d give it to him. He’s like the unflushable turd which contributes fuck all in life but somehow still manages to cling to the rim of the Everton toilet bowl. The one constant in the evolving stream of shite. If stealing a living was an Olympic sport then maybe big Dunc might have actually won something in his career and thus actually earned the adulation he so weirdly receives.

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24 minutes ago, tokyojoe said:

Only a matter of time before the 'Lampard Out' banners start appearing.

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Put that Lamp out…

 

 

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51 minutes ago, tokyojoe said:

Only a matter of time before the 'Lampard Out' banners start appearing.

Gone before the end of next season without a doubt. They’ve become an impossible club to manage due to the bile and ridiculous expectations of their clueless support.
 

In their heads they think can achieve success like that three year spell under Kendall in the mid-80s instead of just accepting their place in the pecking order. If they were better run they could achieve a couple of seasons of European football now again like Leicester have had recently and maybe reach the occasional domestic cup final, but that’s the absolute best they can achieve. But seeing as they’re run worse than most corner shops, they find themselves where they currently are.

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Lampard didn't improve Derby and made no real impact at Chelsea either despite spending near £200m. With that track record I reckon we'll see Everton stay exactly where they are in the league. Great times ahead!

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Lampard is the perfect fit. 
Managed Derby when they spent themselves into oblivion without actually winning anything. 
Took over a Chelsea team who expect every manager to win something; won nothing.

Talks a good game, has been around for ages, mouthed off at Klopp. 
No wonder they’re delighted to have him. 

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14 minutes ago, skend04 said:

Lampard didn't improve Derby and made no real impact at Chelsea either despite spending near £200m. With that track record I reckon we'll see Everton stay exactly where they are in the league. Great times ahead!

I hope not,want then in the bottom three

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11 hours ago, Chocoholic said:

It was almost inevitable it would come to appointing a distant second choice after Rooney, quite unexpectedly, turned down an opportunity with a Grand Old Lady.

 

 

 

 

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The worst sporting disaster the country has ever seen shouldnt be learnt about at school because it may annoy a small number of people.

Offended by everything ashamed of nothing.

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22 hours ago, deiseach said:

With this insight into Diaz, I think we now know where they've been going wrong in their transfer policy all these years:

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Aye , if Fat Fwank steers away from buying players with one lung they may get a bounce.

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I haven’t really give a fuck how they were getting on with their last two managers as they were both good guys I’ve always respected.

Lampard is a perfect match for them. Him being a utter cunt. It won’t be long before he orchestrates an opportunity to have a pop. 

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We will batter them at the Anfield Derby and he will have a go at Klopp and they'll all think he's great. 

 

I also wonder what they think he will achieve with a shite squad, nasty fanbase,  clueless owner and no money. He already had a good squad at Chelsea and somehow was able to buy two players for £100m despite them.having a transfer ban and still did nothing. 

 

They may have a new manager bounce for a couple of games but the teams around them really need to get their act together and start getting results. The only game I want them to do well in is against City and make them drop 2 points. One point won't help them out and helping us will burn their heads out. 

 

 

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I like the fact they're managed by a Tory. 

 

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“I had a really good chat with David. As a footballer I don’t want to get involved with the campaigning thing but I am a Tory and I really like David Cameron.” - Frank Lampard

 

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