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12 hours ago, Nelly-Matip said:
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but the club is now 'open to discussions' with unemployed Fitzpatrick - formerly of Derby Square in Prescot

Fucking hell they’re getting desperate.

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9 hours ago, 3 Stacks said:

Richarlison is a good player. Versatile forward who runs, works hard and can score over 10 league goals for a bad team. I find he's very underrated.

 

Especially when I see the questionning of 60m bids coming for him. He was signed for like 40m and has largely been a success for Everton, why wouldn't there be such bids? It's only like 20m more than what he originally cost.

 

English pounds?

Sterling?

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10 hours ago, 3 Stacks said:

Be great if your replies kept only consisting of this instead of the paragraphs of shite you regularly bore people with. Keep it up. 

Of course. Go back and read what you've posted you massive whopper. Comparing richarlison to Suarez. Jesus. It's one of the funniest things posted on this forum. Next you'll be reminding us of what an underrated goalscorer jelevic was. 

 

 

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9 hours ago, Carra_is_legend said:

Just curious to know your thoughts on this Barry. Do you not think he will score atleast 15 goals if he played for Spurs?

No idea. What I know 100% is he will never compare to Suarez in absolutely any way at all, Suarez even cheats better. Anyone who makes that comparison clearly never watched Suarez play football and has zero idea about why he was loved at our club. 

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35 minutes ago, Barrington Womble said:

No idea. What I know 100% is he will never compare to Suarez in absolutely any way at all, Suarez even cheats better. Anyone who makes that comparison clearly never watched Suarez play football and has zero idea about why he was loved at our club. 

Agreed. Its madness to even think about comparing this cunt with Suarez. 

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1 minute ago, Carra_is_legend said:

Agreed. Its madness to even think about comparing this cunt with Suarez. 

It's just more hipster shite or a complete misunderstanding of football and what makes it great. 

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12 hours ago, 3 Stacks said:

Richarlison is a good player. Versatile forward who runs, works hard and can score over 10 league goals for a bad team. I find he's very underrated.

 

Especially when I see the questionning of 60m bids coming for him. He was signed for like 40m and has largely been a success for Everton, why wouldn't there be such bids? It's only like 20m more than what he originally cost.

 

Have to laugh at some of our fans not understanding why he'd be loved at Goodison as well, when we cheered for Suarez.

Jesus fucking wept. 

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11 hours ago, 3 Stacks said:

It's pretty obvious the Suarez comparison is a comparison of behaviours. 

 

Mane and Jota used to score around 10 league goals per season for crap teams as well. The fee talked about is a bit inflated and a function of what Everton paid for him previously, but he is a valuable player. 

What a load of shite. You keep resurfacing the Suarez stuff and dont like it when people put you straight about how,in the Evra incident,he was stitched up. Comparing him Richarlison is bang out of order too. 

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I watch pretty much every Everton game and yeah he has a solid work-rate. Other than that and the odd tap in he’s largely shit. He spends most of the game sulking as soon as he gets tackled. I’d absolutely hate a player like him in our team. 
 

I don’t think stacks was comparing him directly to Suarez tbh. If he was then surely that’s a ban. 

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1 minute ago, an tha said:

Surely 3 stacks just meant Richarlison is seens as a cunt but he is to them 'their cunt' like Suarez was seen as a cunt but was 'our cunt' to us.

I seem to remember him having a debate with AoT recently over the Suarez incident so assumed he was talking about that again?

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19 minutes ago, an tha said:

Surely 3 stacks just meant Richarlison is seens as a cunt but he is to them 'their cunt' like Suarez was seen as a cunt but was 'our cunt' to us.

The thing is Suarez was (is?) a genius who played the game to such a level and brought so much joy, it's easy to forgive his failings - he was mental, but so was his footballing ability and the way he approached everything in the pitch. Richarlison is just some middle of the range footballer who's most memorable ability is his diving. He's like a diving Nicky Barmby. 

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Strong Hicks/Gillett vibes in this. 
 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2022/06/29/exclusive-kaminski-family-aim-agreement-buy-everton-july-21/
 

Exclusive: Kaminski family aim for agreement to buy Everton by July 21

 

 

The Kaminski family bankrolling the takeover bid for Everton are aiming to have reached an agreement to buy the club by the time Frank Lampard’s team arrive in their hometown of Minneapolis on July 21.

 

Everton take on MLS side Minnesota United in three weeks and Maciek Kaminski, who goes by the name of ‘MG’, would hope to be in a position to introduce himself to head coach Lampard as the prospective new owner - if not the confirmed custodian, given the need to go through the Premier League owners and directors’ test and receive all the legal sign-offs.

 

As first revealed by Telegraph Sport, a consortium, which up to this point has been fronted by former Manchester United and Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon, are in talks to buy Everton having signed heads of terms and been granted a period of exclusivity.

 

Those discussions remain on track and Kaminski, the chief executive of Talon Real Estate, has travelled to England to meet current majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri in person and has visited the site at Bramley-Moore Dock, where Everton’s new £500million stadium will be built which Kaminski has made a commitment to fund.

 

An outline price, in excess of £500m, has already been agreed in principle for the sale of Everton to the consortium, which is made up of the Kaminski family, Kenyon and American businessman John Thornton, and covers the club’s debt.
 

The group have also promised there will be funds made available, within Financial Fair Play guidelines, for Lampard to spend and are keen to push the takeover through in time to have a proper run at the second half of the summer transfer window.

 

Until now, there has been little information readily available on Kaminski, who was born in Poland and emigrated to America with his parents, or his family. The majority of their wealth, the value of which has never been publicised, has been made through investment in and development of retail and commercial properties. 

 

A source close to the family told Telegraph Sport: “Family real estate assets have historically generated healthy investment yields.

 

“The figures quoted for the money it will cost to buy Everton, build the stadium and invest in the team are not a problem at all. Funding will not be an issue, in fact they are probably over-funded for what could be spent within the rules.”

 

Aside from the ability to cover the cost, following through on the building of Everton’s new stadium is not an intimidating project for the Kaminski family, who hold a portfolio of commercial and residential property developments throughout the US.

 

Should they take a trip into downtown Minneapolis next month, then Lampard and his players will see the iconic 19-storey Soo Line Building, which was bought by Kaminski and converted from commercial to residential use. The family also converted the Jackson building from warehousing and sold it to a hotel developer.

 

Everton is viewed as the flagship acquisition for what the Kaminski family plan to make a portfolio of sports clubs, media rights and entertainment businesses under the recently created Kam Sports LLC organisation, which has its own website.

 

While expanding the Everton brand in North America, ahead of the 2026 World Cup, is an obvious commercial draw, the Kaminski family and the consortium are attracted to the club’s history, the passionate fanbase and the opportunity to try to restore some of its former glories.

 

They are keen to support the plans of Lampard and Brian Sorensen, the head coach of the women’s team, with Kenyon’s experience inside two of the biggest clubs in the country viewed as invaluable.

A source said: “As a family, they are passionate sports fans and have watched the Premier League for a number of years. While new to football as prospective club owners, they understand and respect the emotional power of the game and Everton’s values and history. They share with the club’s supporters a deep-rooted passion for the future success of the club, both on and off the pitch, and want to be good custodians of ‘the people’s club’.”

 

Kenyon is understood to be in line to be given a role in the running of Everton should the takeover go through, while Kaminski's son Mikhail, who has a management role within Kam Sports, would be a registered director of Everton alongside his father.

 

Other than Mikhail, Kaminski has three daughters with his wife, Brenda, to whom he has been married for 33 years after meeting in Minneapolis. Kyle is a practising lawyer, while Coco represented Poland in competition figure-skating and has a commercial role for a global energy firm. Kit is employed on the commercial side for a worldwide technology company.

 

Born in Poland in 1958, Kaminski's parents were doctors and spent some time living and working as expats in East Africa. They then emigrated to the US, moving to Minneapolis, where he graduated from the University of Minnesota. Kaminski retains dual Polish-American citizenship.

 

Having acquired and expanded a private gym franchise in post Soviet-era Poland, Kaminski moved into asset management in the US, forming his own firm, before working in commercial property and real estate development, becoming chief executive of Talon.

 

The source added: “The family have deliberately remained private and out of the media spotlight, although they do recognise that their profile will adjust following the proposed acquisition of Everton and acknowledge the requirement to adapt to this public attention. Each member of the family has a unique perspective that, if they are successful, they intend to fully harness and capitalise on for the benefit of Everton.”

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1 hour ago, VladimirIlyich said:

I seem to remember him having a debate with AoT recently over the Suarez incident so assumed he was talking about that again?

Me & Stacksy having a debate about Suarez.

 

 

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54 minutes ago, Barrington Womble said:

The thing is Suarez was (is?) a genius who played the game to such a level and brought so much joy, it's easy to forgive his failings - he was mental, but so was his footballing ability and the way he approached everything in the pitch. Richarlison is just some middle of the range footballer who's most memorable ability is his diving. He's like a diving Nicky Barmby. 

They also love him for his over the top approach to Red-baiting. Just wait until they realise that it means even less than Rooney's "once a Blue" vest.

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I'm with Stacksy, all bias aside, in the current market £60m isn't absurd for Richarlison. Full Brazil international, raised his game with crucial goals for a side nosediving, and won't be on a huge wedge. It's maybe £5-10m high, but that's the price for prising away a club's best player.

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Andros Townsend, a player of the periphery of a bang average Everton squad is doing his level best to hang on to a place in the squad by trying to curry favour with the Everton fans.

 

First of all you had is rant against Klopp and him being the one and only person driving the 5 subs rule, ironically a new rule that may enable Townsend to get more game time but now he's out saying that Richarleson going to Spurs and getting CL football is not a upwards move when compared to being at Everton.

 

What next, having one of his kids in a Dixie Dean kit? 

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1 hour ago, AngryOfTuebrook said:

They also love him for his over the top approach to Red-baiting. Just wait until they realise that it means even less than Rooney's "once a Blue" vest.

To be honest, I'm not that sure they do love him the way we loved Suarez. The love for Suarez was almost universal within our support. Most Everton fans I know aren't arsed about him. It's only if you exclusively look at Everton through the prism of the internet and social media you think they love him. I'm sure they all enjoy some red baiting, because they all hate us. But most of them see him for what he is. A half arsed footballer who might be better if he'd put a shift in. 

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2 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

I don’t think stacks was comparing him directly to Suarez tbh. If he was then surely that’s a ban. 

Then a doxxing after Dave gets his IP address traced.

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3 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

I watch pretty much every Everton game and yeah he has a solid work-rate. Other than that and the odd tap in he’s largely shit. He spends most of the game sulking as soon as he gets tackled. I’d absolutely hate a player like him in our team. 
 

I don’t think stacks was comparing him directly to Suarez tbh. If he was then surely that’s a ban. 

Wow...

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