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21 Dec 2016 13:28:51
Just read an article regarding Ross. This piece got me thinking about how we can get the best out of RB before he is shipped out.
There are rumours that he likes to party, not sure how true that is but I've seen a few posts on different sites alluding to this. Anyone shed any light on that?
Anyway, RK has been quite hard on the lad since he became boss. There is no doubt that the lad is a talented footballer, he just needs better coaching than he has previously had for him to kick on. It must be hard going from being told (by your previous boss) that the sun shines out of your backside, even when not in form, to a new manager who is prepared to call you out publicly.
Anyway, I've got it in my head that it may be best for the lad to move out of the goldfish bowl of Liverpool city, get him away from having the weight of EFC on his shoulders. What would you all say to loaning him to another prem club for a season, a team where he can get games under his belt without the pressure of his home club fans baying for his blood after one stray pass? For me this is a better proposition than selling him on. At least we will get to see if he can realise his potential or if he is just another that flattered to deceive. Thoughts people?

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21 Dec 2016 15:30:58
Good shout that it worked for Wilshere it may work for Ross.

21 Dec 2016 16:18:20
Good thinking spudv. I'd be all for that. Could be the making of him.

21 Dec 2016 17:17:55
Has it really worked for Wiltshire? It's simple really get enter players around him. Especially attack minded players. The team we have at the moment don't play with any freedom, and Ross just looks lost. I tell you now if we sell him to Spurs he will flourish in that team, and we will all be gutted.

21 Dec 2016 19:04:15
I don't want to sell the lad Woburn, but thee are rumours that we are willing to accept bids for him. I'd rather him leave temporarily if it came to that. But you're right, better players could also make a difference.

22 Dec 2016 12:17:52
He has been loaned out before ok a long time ago, but he is not showing the improvements he should be. If Ross goes let's wish him luck and move on.
Time to give up on 90% of this second rate squad, I care about Everton not individual players.

There is sentiment in keeping Barclay because he is local and I do understand that but I want us to stay in the Premier league and not follow Villa who kept good old club suporters like Abonglaore (spelling not sure) .
Our decline looks very similar we need to change this team ASAP.

22 Dec 2016 13:23:06
Have to disagree with Woburn. If we sold him and he flourished I wouldn't regret it. He can't do the business for us so I don't see the reason to hold on to him hoping he lives up to his potential or so he doesn't do it with someone else. i'd cash in and give someone else a chance.

22 Dec 2016 14:53:56
Obviously if he gets sold then I will wish him well but I think the lad will come good with a combination of decent coaching and game time. Nothing to do with sentiment, on my part anyway, as I believe he will go on to become a top player. He has the attributes, maybe it's just a mental thing. Don't think you can compare us to Villa and the fall they have had. They were a poor side for quite a few years before they dropped, we haven't been pulling up trees but we have been in and around mid table/ Euro places more so than they were. They were also selling players and replacing them with inferior quality but I trust RK and Walsh to bring in new players for a new era.

23 Dec 2016 08:23:52
The big issue with Ross is when does Promise become Fulfilment?

{Ed025's Note - thats right wakka, we are all desperate for him to do well and the weight of expectation on him is immense, the fact is though that the clock is ticking mate..







 

 

 
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