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28 Nov 2017 01:25:18
I think it's a guarantee Big Sam is our next manager.

Please understand we aren't going to get a manager with top credentials in league and European football. Everton are further away now than we were last season to being the finished article. Top managers don't have to deal with crisis teams and are usually sacked for not winning a league or just missing out on qualification for Europe and never getting to a critical stage. Everton are a crisis team right now and what we need is a crisis specialist. Top of the list Sam Alledyce and Dyche would be my second choice for his gritty attitude.

Everton is a golden opportunity for Big Sam. He's a specialist in getting teams settled and playing as a team again. So once he's done that. He then has Moshiri and the rest of the board happy and willing to spend money on top players in achieving getting us to the top. Now if he does that. Gets us to the top. Now he has just become the best manager in the world. He now has experience in every situation. Getting teams out of the mud and can ride with the big boys at the top. How appealing does that look on your résumé. Less than 70 hours and he will be named.

Mowfee82

1.) 28 Nov 2017 07:39:38
I am so disheartened allardyce tactics are just a modern take on Don howe tactics. It's a sad thing that he is even being mentioned.


 

 

22 Nov 2017 00:09:25
NEW rumour. PSG looking to sack Unai Emery. We wanted him last year and got Koeman. If true (And don't I just hope so) Everton could swoop straight in. If we did that. It would be one hell of a signing and proving our board do actually want to win the Premiership. Simeone to Everton would of been amazing but we all knew it wasn't going to happen. But getting Emery I think would actually be quite realistic if PSG did sack him. 3 cheers to ruthless-ness and PSG.

Mowfee82

{Ed0333's Note - A great shout. I would be made up if I was an Everton fan and my team appointed Emery


1.) 22 Nov 2017 06:37:35
Not quiet a new rumour, remember reading something along those lines on here few week back but I'd be happy if it came to fruit, saying that I'd be happy with Mr blobby if he got us playing.


2.) 22 Nov 2017 06:45:57
think I read he won't be sacked until the summer and I just can't see the board willing to wait until then.


3.) 22 Nov 2017 10:56:54
I think Emery to EFC is very unlikely but we can dream.

{Ed002's Note - It is not going to happen I am afraid.}


4.) 22 Nov 2017 12:54:55
Hey Ed just wondering why not. Rumours came out that the players (Neymar) aren't happy with him. So if he does go before January then why not. Our board aren't shy of spending money so if the price is right and show him the plans and the road we want to take. Genuine ask.

{Ed002's Note - Because he won't be leaving before January, Everton has no interest in him and his English is poor at best. I also cannot see why he would consider moving to a team such as Everton when he is used to coaching at the highest level and in European competion every year.}


5.) 22 Nov 2017 14:22:42
Unless someone overseas is relieved of his duties, it’s looking like Everton are again putting their eggs in one basket and looking to land Marco Silva, with Watford not budging and who can blame them, another week, another game passes without anything in the pipeline.

I guess it’s a case of being patient a little longer and hope Everton get it right.


6.) 22 Nov 2017 14:57:05
Ed002 just on Emery, this isn’t Everton related but I am curious, is there other players at PSG aside from Cavani that have a problem with Neymar?

{Ed002's Note - Yes thhere


7.) 22 Nov 2017 16:40:00
Utter rubbish 😠 tell what mourniho will take over us just because they aren't too of the league. psg won't be parting with emery until at least the summer what a load of tosh.


8.) 22 Nov 2017 17:22:32
Blue. Could you re-write that when you've calmed down lol. Honestly I didn't get half of that. Mourinho will join us did you say?


9.) 22 Nov 2017 19:25:46
Haha predictive text all I am saying is just because it is reported that neymar doesn't like his style of play doesn't mean he will be sacked at least not until the summer. it's like saying the utd board are going to sack mourniho just because they aren't top of the league. unless top managers are near the bottom they aren't going to change anything until the summer. just saying we ain't getting no top manager until then 😊.


10.) 22 Nov 2017 19:21:31
Cheers ed.


 

 

30 Sep 2017 08:52:32
The supporters aren't helping. The game against limasoll. The atmosphere was dead. It was as if the away supporters just showed up. Bitch and moan on here and to your mates whatever. But when it comes to the games we need to be chanting. If we don't it adds an enormous amount of pressure on the players. Constricting the flow of creativity and playing confident football. People may think they are doing right by not chanting and showing the management and players they aren't happy.

But end of the day it really isn't helping the 11 on the pitch. I know its hard to sing at the top of our voices when you're watching utter crap. But it's what we need to do. Get behind the boys get some confidence back in the team and give them some reassurance we still here, we still love the club and we right behind them all the way.

IEFCWT!

Mowfee82

1.) 30 Sep 2017 09:42:36
Been thinking this for months. The players don't play with confidence as they're are scared stiffless of getting a rollocking from the fans.


2.) 30 Sep 2017 09:43:52
Been saying this for months. The players aren't playing with any confidence as they're scared stiffless of getting a rollocking from the fans.


3.) 30 Sep 2017 11:19:17
Chaps, the atmosphere has been on the wain (apart from odd game) since DMs time. but it's amplified recently. Expectations were raised after RMs bumper season. Again under koeman, and following the summer spending spree, expectations rose further again. it's a little like a series of false starts. a lot of us remember glory days. and witnessed them but a lot of fans only ever heard the stories. it's pure frustration. so I can understand it. but it's a viscous cycle and doesn't help at the game. in fact it's almost embarrassing. Regardless of form if u go the game fans need to get behind the 11 lads on the pitch. and stop the booing. or go and support an other team.


4.) 30 Sep 2017 12:02:19
I have been moaning about the poor support for a few years now. Goodison has become toxic, for me it has happened since our attendances have risen. I think it's due to a new generation of fans who have never seen us win anything. (For a reference point I have only seen us win the FA Cup, and I was 7 back then) . However, you can't blame the fans for being quiet when you take into account the performances recently, even considering the additional expectation. For me the buck stops with Koeman and his stubborn tactics, and of course the players.


5.) 30 Sep 2017 13:09:19
The atmosphere is waning everywhere in football. I grew up watching Everton during the late 80s and 90s and the game has changed dramatically not necessarily for the better with commerciality and global branding being the main objectives. My mates are United fans and last match they where told off for singing in the stands this is a symbol of modern day football.

{Ed025's Note - i can see that bravo mate..


6.) 30 Sep 2017 16:16:52
You need the performance to be better to get the crowd going, backwards, sideways boring football that is so slow and lethargic it puts you in a trance.
If you go to a boxing match and both fighters are slow and cagey you wouldn't cheer them on so why would football be different, the performances we have had so far we might as well watch cricket!

{Ed025's Note - i love cricket gray..


7.) 01 Oct 2017 00:16:22
To the original post. completely think of the opposite of everything u said. We are fans an we want what we pay for I personally paid over £1500 to go to Atalanta I go every week. When we are paying are on we'll earned money an we are getting performances like we are. We have every right to moan an he frustrated and it's not just aimed at the players it starts from the top down. I think Highly of koemans reputation and would love to give the benefit of the doubt but it's hard when we as a team as a squad as a clue we look lazy we have no direction no purpose. Things. Red to change an change quick. The Bournemouth game was the nail in the coffin for me and I think everyone at the club felt the same. Koeman looked like a man who had had a warning in work that if he doesn't improve he will be sacked and he knows niasse saved his skin. Look back at the reaction when we scored big dunc to koeman. But this goes way deeper than that. unless we change thins an do it quickly we're in for a long hard season. From the optimisium of the beginning of transfer window to the reality of now it feels worlds apart. we need pace an the youth are the only hope we've got of offering this. Youth won't turn it round but it can't do any worse tha. The current. an breathe. come on Everton these are rubbish 😀😀😀.


8.) 01 Oct 2017 10:12:01
Rules are killing the game as well, nothing better than a good solid tackle to get the crowd pumped. Most tackles are penalised now even when good, for one rule or another, then add the refs crap performance and we have a uninspired crowd that the team can not even get going with such poor performances.

Combination of everything.


9.) 02 Oct 2017 00:12:19
We're not getting paid to go and cheer, Everton fans are proper fans, not like half of Lpool an Newcastle fans with the scarves, we go to watch football and react accordingly, give us passion and good football and Goodison will rock, give us miserable rubbish and expect the same in return, the players/ manager are earning 1-8mil a year, but it's the fans fault for not being blindfully exstatic?


10.) 05 Oct 2017 23:49:31
Mowfee82. We moan because we care. I considered myself a average player but did okay. See my posts.


 

 

30 Jul 2017 15:15:15
I've heard that the money plus player is only a loan deal and not permanently.
Any clarification eds. Thanks x.

Mowfee82

{Ed025's Note - if he is part of any deal i would expect it to be permanent myself mowfee mate..


1.) 30 Jul 2017 15:27:27
Oh shame. I quite liked him. So what then is the price going to be. 30 plus Connelly = 50 million.
He's one for the future. Now I'm thinking how to evaluate an up and coming English Defender. I wouldn't want Everton to put up more than 30 cash upfront. Even writing that I'm not particularly happy with the deal.

{Ed025's Note - if it does come to fruition mowfee it will still be over £40m as well i would expect mate..


2.) 30 Jul 2017 15:58:19
Dont like the idea at all. Would rather loan him out and meet the asking price then lose a young lad with potential to save 5 to 10m. Could end up with a dier/ mustafi situation. Youth is priceless in my eyes.


3.) 30 Jul 2017 16:01:50
Cheers ed for your reply. The more I think about it the more I hate the deal. I think Swansea are getting a cracking deal at 45/ 50 mill cash. Now 40 plus Connelly. They getting an even better deal. WHAT THE HELL. I'd rather Everton just pay th 50 mill and keep Connelly.

{Ed025's Note - it will depend on how highly koeman rates connelly mowfee, if he is not part of his future plans then its a decent deal for everyone mate..


4.) 30 Jul 2017 16:05:47
Sorry still going on about it. 2 or 3 years time they'll sell him for 30 Mill at least. Who ever come up with this potential deal. I'm sorry has got it seriously wrong.

{Ed025's Note - but your guessing mate, im sure ronnie and unsy will have discussed the pro,s and con,s of how important he is to the present and future squad mowfee and i trust them to make the right decision..


5.) 30 Jul 2017 16:14:50
The player has made his intentions known to Swansea so let them stew on it and see how long they want to put up with the uncertainty. What Clement said yesterday has only put them all under pressure. Very naive. This one will go one way, and that is Sigurdsson joining us with Swansea settling for less than £50 million. They are rushing the deal. Everton are showing a cool head here and for once it looks like we are in the driving seat and not Swansea.

{Ed025's Note - i agree ace..


6.) 30 Jul 2017 19:28:27
Well if Connolly is part of the deal I hope we insert a buy back and/ or sell on clause.

{Ed025's Note - i would hope that would be a given ST..


7.) 31 Jul 2017 01:10:36
Just pay the 50mil and keep Connelly, we can make 5 or 10 mil on the price for Barkley and McCarthy.


8.) 31 Jul 2017 07:27:33
Swansea do not want to sell, would you if he was the difference between survival in a very lucrative Premier League and dropping out, well worth 50 mill. So us in the driving seat remark is way off, only correct if it is the back seat driver.


9.) 31 Jul 2017 15:17:22
I disagree Bill. They are willing to sell, he said so in his interview. They just prefer him to stay. When they said it needs resolving quickly they put themselves under pressure for the first time. All the noises coming out of Swansea, whether it’s the club or the fans is that they know he will not be there so get the best price and get it quick.


 

 

29 Jul 2017 18:56:59
Not sure the "Just seen Sigursson in Liverpool" is true or not. But a source claimed he asked for an autograph but was refused because he was too busy trying to sort a €34 deal. Plus he said he thinks he seen Koeman.

Very suspicious since €34 million euros is what 30/ 31 sterling and he thinks he spotted Koeman. Well let's be fair here Koeman sticks out like a sore thumb. You can't mistake seeing or not seeing him.

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26 Nov 2017 17:08:46
This isn't a "I told you so" but I've said Ferguson needs to go he's useless as a forward coach. Walsh I think needs to go for simply not buying a striker. Knowing full well Lukaku was going before he actually did. When it comes to the team the list is endless I think everyone needs to go. Niasse and Pickford are the only ones trying. Davies looks like a little hothead. DCL just isn't cutting the mustard and the rest of the first team youth need more experience and should only play when the team is stable. Right now they aren't learning anything constructive.
I say get either Dyche, Allerdyce and I quite like the thought of Leipzig DOF Ralf Rangnick. The team needs a no bull back to basic manager. If not kiss goodbye to the Premiership.
Mirallas, Schneiders, Jags, Williams, Rooney, all need to go. The new boys Sandro, Klassen, Sigurdsson must all be thinking what the hell have I done. Once the team has settled. I'd like to think they will to start showing their value. Keane not sure if he's just crap or nervous. I'd like to think the later and that's why he's making torrid blunders.
Just my opinion.

Mowfee82

1.) 26 Nov 2017 18:24:55
Bit harsh on DCL, only 20 and leading the front line with that crap behind him, kid should still be a bit part player learning his trade. Agree on back to basics, said that all along, defend first and utmost then build from that.

Get rid of all mentioned, think Keane just has no confidence as he don’t know who is next to him and they are crap who ever it is any way, no partnership.

New boys need time, look at Niasse?!?


2.) 26 Nov 2017 19:09:17
Klaassen hasn't exactly shown much to be fair.


3.) 26 Nov 2017 19:30:55
DLC was pants today to be fair, great potential but way off the standard we should expect at our club.


 

 

26 Nov 2017 11:01:18
Only quoting from the rags. So don't hold me accountable please.
But I'm reading that our 3 top targets are Martin O'Neill, Tony Pulis and David Unsworth. Wow and that's not a good wow. Unsworth I'm not going to slate Unsworth because he was literally thrown into this mess. But if they are our 3 TOP Targets then we are in a sorry state. What does everyone else think. Ed's included please.

Mowfee82

1.) 26 Nov 2017 11:24:09
Don't believe all you read in the rags mate they have no more of a clue than us who will be our next manager.


2.) 26 Nov 2017 11:59:50
Fingers crossed they will pull a gem that nobody saw coming!


3.) 26 Nov 2017 12:02:22
If I was BK I would be looking for a cheap option that cost me little but would at least increase my share holdings because I come first. If I was FM I would be looking for a return from my investment and looking higher than the cheap options because I also come first. At the end of the day money and power will win. If I had my chance to put my money in one camp it would be with FM.


 

 

25 Nov 2017 19:36:24
These O'Neill rumours are getting stronger. It has to be a paper trash. If he does get the job that really will be the last straw for me. I never wanted Koeman and I said so in here numerous times, that I would quit Everton if he become the manager. Obviously I didn't because I couldn't quit Everton. But this time round I think I really will. Are we that desperate that we will take anyone who wants the money. Sorry job. You know what. I'll do it. 1 million a year (I'm not greedy) I'd prefer a 5 year contract. But I'll take what I can get. When I completely fudge the team up and get the sack. I'll just take my compensation for the remaining years left. I'll go quietly and I'll say nothing to the rags.
I've played fifa 17 on the PlayStation 4 and actually won the league with Everton. Previous to that I played Premier Manager 97 and took Halifax to the Prem and signed Ronaldo.

Mowfee82

1.) 25 Nov 2017 20:35:28
Ah FIFA17 that’s how we recruited our last two managers.


2.) 25 Nov 2017 21:45:41
The only thing I can say in O'Neil's defence is he can install confidence in players who have lost their way. He can make a mediocre team difficult to beat, but, I fear that he has worked too long on small budgets, that I worry could he handle the big egos. Certainly his track record is good apart from the last year at Sunderland. Not so sure he would work with a DOF either but would prefer him to Allardyce if it came down to a choice of the two.


 

 

24 Nov 2017 18:30:12
I've been thinking this a while and I've finally decided to announce my thought to the world. Reason because I'm getting ticked off with it all. We sacked Martinez because he made "poor decisions" we then sacked Koeman because of his "bad decisions" we now aren't going to give Unsworth the job due to "bad decisions? " What if the team is just crap, plain and simple. Crap team with crap attitudes. Cant/ Wont adjust or accept decisions off the boss. Or simpler still just can't do it because they aren't good enough.

Here's a thought. When a woman can't hold a relationship down and she's had 10 of them. It's always the man's fault and then, we as men are stereotyped as bas**rd's. But how can it always be the man's fault the common denominator is the woman. The fault has to be with the woman the majority of the time it can't possibly be the mans fault all of the time, and it's the same at Everton with the players.

Another way to look at it. For arguments sake let's say we got Diego Simeone and the team still flops. Are we going to say it's Simeone's bad decision making and tactics. He's already proven he's one of the best managers in the world. Yet he'll still get the blame end up sacked and we'll find another manager and it carries on and on until finally it works for a few seasons maybe. Then the cycle continues.
I'm not sure what's going on at Everton but it's beyond ridiculous. We are a joke right now an absolute joke.

Mowfee82

1.) 24 Nov 2017 18:54:17
Too general. Martinez couldn’t coach a defence. Koeman couldn’t find his best 11 due to probably poor recruitment last summer. Your point on Simeone is pure conjecture. There are some players that need to up their game. But they aren’t bad players they are just all off form.

Tom Davies. Showed he was good enough back end of last season
Schneiderlin. Same as Tom
Gueye. Same as Schneiderlin

Then there are the players who are new but caught up in all this negativity and poor form. New manager will have a fresh outlook and probably find his best 11 and then we will start to clime the table. FM says we’re close to getting him so a little more waiting and we will all have an appointment to get behind.


2.) 24 Nov 2017 19:13:51
Toffee which is why immediately we need a Allerdyce = discipline = Rooney do as you are told = Players in position. Look at the ridiculousness of Martina, a cast off, can't play at RB. can't defend, yet last night and the other he is played at LB. Is Garbutt really that crap (reports state otherwise) or is there a culture of senior player power now at the Club.


3.) 24 Nov 2017 19:25:34
Toffee. Common denominator between Martinez and Koeman, would not drop their supposed best players (Senior players) even when to the rest of us they were out of form. In my opinion (cannot believe I am saying this) Koeman in the end was worse because pride got in the way of professionalism, mega no 10's everyone saw it, yet square pegs had to fit into round holes.


4.) 24 Nov 2017 19:51:37
Koeman was undoubtedly the worse manager. Martinez's legacy was to leave us with a striker that we got £90 million for, Koeman on the other hand wasted the largest transfer war chest in the clubs history, signed too many similar players, persisted in pursuing Sigurdsson even though the asking price spiralled
out of control and sold our main goal scorer without having an adequate replacement in place.


5.) 24 Nov 2017 21:21:00
Not getting a striker wasn't Koemans fault. He basically asked the board on live tv many times saying we need a Striker. Personally I think Walsh is to blame. Talking of Walsh I don't know why but I can't see this Leipzig Director of football Ralf Rangnick working under Walsh. I think he's going to want full control being that he has a keen eye for talent and sound for making little clubs big. Although he doesn't have any English Premiership experience as it's all been German and Austrian. I do think he will fit in well and do a good job at Everton. German football isn't exactly soft tackling and the style is quite organised.
I think he'd be a good candidate but as I said earlier. I just can't see him working well with Walsh.


6.) 24 Nov 2017 21:59:00
Mowfee82 can you explain why both of our last managers had 2 brilliant first seasons and then bad after that?

Maybe its because they are bad. Way I see it. Martinez inherited Moyes squad and that's mainly why he had a good opening season.

Koeman sorted defense out in his first season. Then tried to build a team more less from scratch. He failed miserably. He can't build a new team and that's why he was let go.

If Simeone came we would be top 6 guaranteed.


7.) 24 Nov 2017 22:08:33
Ducksflysouth yes I agree that those are Allerdice’ strengths. I’m not adverse to him coming in if he is needed. But we’re not bottom and it’s not Christmas for a month. There are a few options still, I believe, before we need to call him in.

On your other point, they definitely had their favourites and picked them over form sometimes. This often happens when you are trying to play the players you bring into the club into form. But all it does is turn the fans against you. Then when that happens there is usually one outcome.


 

 

10 Nov 2017 10:27:37
I have some bad news. It's just been announced that the original link between us and Simeone was a typo. Everton are actually linked with someone. Sorry 😣.

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27 Nov 2017 17:30:31
Well you say that Rhapsody. But looking at the shower of crap the players are performing. We need a no crap style manager. So I wish him the very best of luck because I think he'll need. I hope he takes us to the next level.

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25 Nov 2017 07:10:27
You better be talking rubbish Rich. I'd rather take Big Sam.

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22 Nov 2017 17:22:32
Blue. Could you re-write that when you've calmed down lol. Honestly I didn't get half of that. Mourinho will join us did you say?

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22 Nov 2017 12:54:55
Hey Ed just wondering why not. Rumours came out that the players (Neymar) aren't happy with him. So if he does go before January then why not. Our board aren't shy of spending money so if the price is right and show him the plans and the road we want to take. Genuine ask.

Mowfee82

{Ed002's Note - Because he won't be leaving before January, Everton has no interest in him and his English is poor at best. I also cannot see why he would consider moving to a team such as Everton when he is used to coaching at the highest level and in European competion every year.}


 

 

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21 Nov 2017 17:20:32
What do you mean think Woburn. I read the same article as you lol.

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27 Nov 2017 22:02:31
Why would you get rid of Baines and Lennon?

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26 Nov 2017 17:11:27
Yes you've missed a whole 90 woeful minutes Thursday we lost 5-1 didn't we. Fluffy included that.

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24 Nov 2017 23:59:02
Is he our new manager. Well said Fancy Smith.

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24 Nov 2017 21:21:00
Not getting a striker wasn't Koemans fault. He basically asked the board on live tv many times saying we need a Striker. Personally I think Walsh is to blame. Talking of Walsh I don't know why but I can't see this Leipzig Director of football Ralf Rangnick working under Walsh. I think he's going to want full control being that he has a keen eye for talent and sound for making little clubs big. Although he doesn't have any English Premiership experience as it's all been German and Austrian. I do think he will fit in well and do a good job at Everton. German football isn't exactly soft tackling and the style is quite organised.
I think he'd be a good candidate but as I said earlier. I just can't see him working well with Walsh.

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24 Nov 2017 18:31:52
Ducksflysouth. That 5 number 10's we have now lol.

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