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Wayne who ?!? The only thing world class about Rooney is his wages.
And about players who are promising prospects with a lot of potential, we have so many that we can't get them all to play in the first team.
When I say world class I don't mean expensive, international for their country will do.So apart from the fattest, ugliest and most hyped player in the history of English footballdid your ever producing and amazing academy manage anyone else ?Guess not.
I'm ever so sad that your supermarket stadium is now facing a public inquiry, I'm sure you'll agree that would be excellent to watch the footie while the wife is out shopping with the mother in law, you could all travel in the same car saving a lot of petrol which is a bonus,what an atmosphere, what a vibe, specially for a club known by fans who want to be buriedunderneath the penalty spot. Saves on the walk when you have to buy flowers, eh ?
Oh, that part about me being treated fairly and decently in an Everton forum, I doubt, maybe because I live in England and never seen any football fan treating another from an oppositeteam fairly and decently, except from some Liverpool fans on European night.
Never mind the obnoxiousness of some of our fans, dude. We are quite irked with the kid because he has stated his will to leave after one this seasons' earliest training matches: before that he was adored by the fans, has been the squad's captain in the last two and a half seasons and actually ranks as one of the best talents that we have produced lately and we do produce a lot, even if several of them are/were lost due to the legendary incompetence of our boards and a traditional national propension for anti professional behaviour (you already have enrolled one of our alumni: Valente started with us and got the boot, as he was deemed not worthy of our hooples). Alas, nowadays the board's policy seems to be (and rightfully so) no clause money, no move to Goodison Park. My bet is that his performance in blue will leave your terraces very very happy.Regarding the moronic comments about the Toffees and their history: never mind them. They are mostly from young lads that follow english football just since the inception of the premier and don't even begin to fathom the historical stature of your colours, the amount of the silverware you have won, the bad luck your side has had with the concurrence of your squad's heights and world wars : They aren't even old enough to remember your fantastic mid eighties squad that featured amazing players as Southall, Stevens, Reid, Bracewell, Sheedy, Gray et alia which could have reached a far bigger international greatness if not for the ban that that rowdy irishmen's squad with that fictional bird in their crest brought upon some great english sides of the time such as yours or Tottenham Hotspur. Good luck for this season and do make life miserable for your city rivals (their ranks are full of spaniards, so I guess you understand what I mean )
Hey, Everton Fan, to me you are quite welcome here.I love your premiership, is by far the most exciting in Europe, although i cheer for tottenham.As for moutinho, yes, we loved him and he broke our hearts, that's just it.He is still a fenomenal player, he played 65 games last season, even more than Cristiano Ronaldo.I supose Ronaldo did to Man. Utd fans what Moutinho did to us. How are they reacting to his mess?At lest he apologised.
@ Friendly English Dude,Take into consideration that, although Moutinho is clearly above average in almost every aspect of what a midfielder should be, his true strength is his 'generous heart' playing style due to the warmth and cosyness given by his home-club. Unfortunately for us, he's been shining less and less since those incredibly stupid words about his transfer (and for a captain even unimaginable ) and I feel we're losing him as a player.In my view, the only team where Moutinho could (can) be tremendously brilliant would be in Sporting, never outside (he might play very well, still ).
Friendly English Dude the perfect tactical dude is Izmailov. For 25M€ you could try to buy him. Not easy though seems Inter already spying on him if Quaresma fails.
Citação de: jccgold em Agosto 19, 2008, 18:00 pmFriendly English Dude the perfect tactical dude is Izmailov. For 25M€ you could try to buy him. Not easy though seems Inter already spying on him if Quaresma fails.I know of Izmailov, didnt he used to play for Lokomotiv Moscow ?Didnt realise he was now with Sporting. If inter are interested in him then i doubt we have much hope of signing him !
Citação de: Friendly English Dude em Agosto 19, 2008, 18:05 pmCitação de: jccgold em Agosto 19, 2008, 18:00 pmFriendly English Dude the perfect tactical dude is Izmailov. For 25M€ you could try to buy him. Not easy though seems Inter already spying on him if Quaresma fails.I know of Izmailov, didnt he used to play for Lokomotiv Moscow ?Didnt realise he was now with Sporting. If inter are interested in him then i doubt we have much hope of signing him !That's just press talk... In my opinion Moutinho is hoping to leave before the tranfer windows shuts down.
Now I've seen it all...A Everton fan that tell us how the bloody mancs feel IF C.Ronaldo leaves..Oh dear oh dearDo the Man United supporters need an spokesperson or you also live in Surrey ? Maybe they allvery busy eating prawn cocktail sandwiches.