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01 Dec 2017 17:44:08

Hey ED 025,Well give him credit where credit is due, i have just watched Sam in his first interview and I liked what I saw, the huge respect he gave Everton Football Club (something may I add the last manager did not do) , I think he will do really well with us, he will have a decent budget in the Jan window, he\'s at the biggest club he ever been at, and he knows the Premier League inside out, he was not my first choice but we were in the sticky stuff and heading out of the Premiership, so GOOD LUCK Big Sam I will back you all the way.

{Ed025's Note - i did not want sam at all GB as you know and im not a hypocrite so i wont say im delighted now, but i will still support the club 100% and hope he does well for the clubs sake mate..

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01 Dec 2017 18:18:35

Just hope the vitriolic brigade don\'t get on his back.

01 Dec 2017 18:42:01

Fair enough Ed025. He\'s not everyone\'s cup of tea and I can see why. I\'m with GuernseyBlue however. Big Sam knows his stuff and what he done with Bolton was brilliant. Took them from nothing to top 4 and also attracted big names while being there.



His personal life and choices doesn\'t help him. A bit like Bill Clinton while he was top dog. Bad personal choices ruined his brilliant career. It doesn\'t take away both these men\'s credentials when it comes to undertaking there job.



Big Sam will do what he\'s brought in for IMHO. He\'ll put us in the right direction. I\'m very confident of that.

{Ed025\'s Note - i suppose its down to personal choice NBTB, as a manager i think he is very good at what he does im just not a fan of his as a person mate, i still want him to do well for the clubs sake though..

01 Dec 2017 19:14:20

Completely agree ed. I\'ll support the club and hope he does well because we will be doing well. Not a great fan of his but he just might convert me if he behaves himself and provides success for the club.

Just wanna say sometimes out of the ashes, a Phoenix will soar. I certainly hope so with us.

{Ed025\'s Note - i will take a lot of persuading geoff but as they say mate...never say never..

01 Dec 2017 19:25:56

Sadly GB that plea will fall on deaf ears, mainly due to the fact that those in the vitriolic brigade will have no idea what the word vitriolic means.



Great word by the way and used in the right context, nice job.

01 Dec 2017 20:07:45

Cheers mate i just want Big Sam to show all the non believers he is here to help us its the best chance he has had ever.

{Ed025\'s Note - i cant argue with that mate..

01 Dec 2017 21:45:58

I\'ll support the team and back anyone trying to get three points for my club.



The sooner he\'s done fleecing our club and out of it the better for me but whilst he\'s there I want win after win.



So bring on 18 months of sky watching and a bad neck! I used to love watch the grass grow.

02 Dec 2017 00:02:25

A few of my mates follow Bolton, even now they follow them home and away, not one of them had anything bad to say about Sam, he will get ateam playing but one thing he will not stand for is passengers in the team, they said you will find a few not keen on Sam but they reckon he will win the doubters over with his knack of getting results and performances out of players, that’s good enough for me.

02 Dec 2017 08:10:49

Not my choice long term but we were in the brown stuff and, like it or not, he is the specialist in digging you out of that.



His work with Bolton was nothing more than miraculous, his managerial work after that was fire fighting, and his ill-fated role with England showed the worst side of football.



All that aside, he knows his stuff and that\'s what we need. Don\'t like the guy ethically but I\'m behind him all the way.

02 Dec 2017 08:08:55

A few posters have said we were lucky against West Ham on Wednesday. Maybe so considering the Hart penalty save gifted us the first but the other goals were well created. Yes they could have scored with their penalty and that shot that scraped the crossbar, but they didn\'t and we stood firm. The confidence going into Saturday will be high and if we win then beat AL Thursday can you imagine how up for the derby we\'ll be 😀.

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29 Nov 2017 18:30:22
Well Allardyce it is. I'll back him and the team as I always do but the club today has shed its last semblance of the club I knew.

We are now in a new league and one I never thought we would go into. In it are teams like Newcastle, Crystal Palace, West Ham and the like.

Forget big club status whatever that is anymore. And whatever that is we are no longer in it, close to it or even aspiring to be in it.

In 40 odd years supporting the blues THIS is the lowest I have ever seen our club. Nothing to do with league position but in its ambition.

They didn't even have the balls to announce it properly and instead fed to the rat Jim White. Moshiri is ruining the kudos he had with the fans and is now looking amateurish and out of his depth.

NSNO don't make me laugh.

{Ed025's Note - i cant argue with any of that john..

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29 Nov 2017 19:01:18
I haven't got anymore words to say Ed. Your managerial appointment states your intent as a club. So what does this say?

{Ed025's Note - it says enough to make me very disappointed if not a tad angry john..

30 Nov 2017 11:36:29
Allardyce's £6m-a-year contract at Everton will see him earn more than some of the biggest names in football. It works out at around £115k a week, overtaking the salaries of Real Madrid's double Champions League winner Zinedine Zidane, Atletico Madrid's Diego Simeone, Juventus manager Max Allegri and PSG chief Unai Emery.

01 Dec 2017 18:53:39
I hate to ruin the pity party lads but what will your reactions be if or rather when big Sam gets us up the table and earning points?

02 Dec 2017 09:39:51
I'll be made up NBTB. You wouldn't be an Evertonian if you didn't want the team to succeed. I did it when I didn't want Martinez and he produced our best season in the EPL in his 1st with us.

However, I'm not one for making a deal with the devil and giving the job to someone who has been proven to be corrupt more than once.

Additionally, some fans seem to be happy with getting in second rate corrupt managers where I believe we're better than this. I just have higher standards for our club than some. You can't knock me for wanting better and having high standards for our club!

29 Nov 2017 13:51:31
We all know everton are the major duck breakers!
If a player hasn't scored for 4 yrs . enter everton and he gets a hattrick.
So big sham hasn't ever took a club down. enter everton.
Sammy lee hasn't been involved in football since? I can't even remember.
They don't talk to us.
They don't attempt to relate to us.
They have destroyed the clubs motto.
They are parasitic in mt eyes because they rely on the fact that the fans will always support the club no matter what and so they continue to rubbish all over us knowing that a loyal fanbase will just sit there and take it.
Disgusting.
Kentight and co now have a new ally in FM amd all those promises have now bitten the dust.
You have been hoodwinked with the help of rhe pundits and press into believing our only saviour was allardyce when in fact its another jobs for the boys situation.
I don't care anymore but i'm a football fan and a blue but from now on it will only be with my head and not my heart.

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29 Nov 2017 12:23:08
I maybe, just maybe, would have been able to put to one side my anger at appointing Fat Sam as Manager, if it was just him and Shakespeare, but for Moshiri to also employ a kopite, who would love nothing more than to see us relegated, is unfortunately the final straw for me. Cynical, perhaps, wait and see hey.
He's fat, he's round his ar*e is on the ground, Sammy Lee, Sammy Lee.

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29 Nov 2017 11:49:51
Please post this . for all the big same haters u are the same people who wanted Unsworth as manager, and I don't hear you asking for that anymore. Stop being negative and get behind the big man, take off those blue Unsworth and Ferguson glasses it's embarrassing.

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29 Nov 2017 11:20:38
How did we end up here.

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29 Nov 2017 10:56:03
SHAMBLES, ABSOLUTE SHAMBLES.

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29 Nov 2017 08:11:37
A lot of silly thinks being said on here from people who claim to be fans of the club. Is Sam the person we want managing our club? Probably not but if you ask the question of whether he is the right person at the present time and state of the place then the answer is probably yes. It seems that some 'fans'would rather see us relegated while performing some sort experiment with unknown or inexperienced managers rather than secure our top flight status. Sam gives us the best chance of staying in the division and sorting the current team out so, although I really don't like the guy I will continue to support the club and be happy when we are safe . There is not a young up and coming manager out there that would risk their reputation and come to us in our present state. We all just have to accept what's happening and deal with it.

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28 Nov 2017 18:23:45
Absolutely disgraceful posts by so called blues asking for the heads of unworth ferguson and ebbrel they never asked for the jobs they were thrust into by are so called fans everyone should be carefull what you wish for every single person on here called for rk to be sacked and get unsworth in now your all winging on about the owners you were all kissing his feet two months ago.

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28 Nov 2017 19:03:08
And they will continue to whinge no matter what happens.

 


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