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13 Jan 2018 10:53:17
Walcott, typical Big Sam move almost over the top, buy for today's firefight don't be concerned about the future " I won't be there when the garbage I bring in need replacing" never left a club in a better position long term, never lays down long term plans.

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13 Jan 2018 11:42:59
Then it’s a good job all transfers are through Walsh then. As has been said, both Sam and Steve have to be in agreement of a player before he’s signed. Walsh has already brought in plenty of future prospects so a bit of the here and now wouldn’t go amiss really.

13 Jan 2018 11:43:22
He's never bought a player of Walcotts quality in all his career.

13 Jan 2018 11:51:34
are you a Liverpool fan I haven't seen one pro Everton post from you I think Theo will be a great singing adding lots of pace to our attack maybe you need to start taking your valium again.

13 Jan 2018 12:06:56
It's also worth remembering, he left palace in a better position and no other England manager has a 100% win rate.

13 Jan 2018 12:37:35
So only buy for today? Why are we looking at the youngster at Charlton or the young Scottish lad so yes only looking for now! 🤦🏻‍♂️.

13 Jan 2018 12:56:09
How is Walcott a player for today not tomorrow he is 28 not like he's finished is it can't believe some fans.

13 Jan 2018 13:33:40
S&M Why is it that every other post you make you repeat yourself?
Enough of the Sam hate it's reached the stage of becoming very boring.

13 Jan 2018 13:52:44
Hey Grumpy mate good to hear you again mate, hows it going.

13 Jan 2018 13:58:35
I repeat because it's true and judging by some of the replies to my posts I have a great deal more knowledge about recent football history and the clubs Big Sam has managed, some of you need to check your history of his premier league and were they are know, and no need to be insulting, But " There are none so blind, than those who will not see" timer will tell.

13 Jan 2018 14:27:02
S&M why are you judging him on where the club's are now that he has managed?
Surely he should only be judged by where they were when he took over to where they were when he left, anything after that is irrelevant.
Do you know those stats in your infinite knowledge of recent history? I don't but I would be interested for you to post them.

13 Jan 2018 15:05:52
Here is a stat for you Smit mate.

Every single club Sam has ever managed has been a stronger side at the time he left.

13 Jan 2018 15:11:32
And here's a list of club's that were higher when he left than when he started.
Blackpool
Notts county
Bolton
Blackburn
Newcastle
West ham
Sunderland
Palace.

13 Jan 2018 16:25:25
I’ve said this before on here, SA takes over a team that is playing crap, as a manager he picks the team, sets the tactic and motivates them to play. All the crap players of the teams he takes over starts geting results and plays better. He leaves that same set of players for a new manager. These players start playing crap again and the following season are relegated. So if SA can get these players to play better, get results and stay up and the new manager (who also buys in the transfer window supposedly strengthening the side) gets them playing crap again and getting relegated, who’s fault is it?
Wobble ya head mirrors, it’s not rocket science.







 

 

 
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