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04 May 2016 13:53:45
If (when? ) Roberto Martinez leaves Everton this summer, then my preference at present is (if he was available) Ronald Koeman.
Even if you prefer someone else, is there anyone out there who wouldn't want him?

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04 May 2016 13:47:20
Hi eds, and all fellow fans

not been on for a while.
just heard that the board meeting held on Friday, was to discuss the fallen 1s post, voted 3 to 1 to keep him in his position until January 17, voted for him to stay was BK, JW, RE, Alexander Ryazantsev voting to remove him under Farhed orders. any truth in this

Thank.

{Ed002's Note - No. It sounds like the sort of nonsense that people put on Twitter for the extremely gullible fans. Board meetings do not sit and vote like it was considering someones membership at a golf club.}

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04 May 2016 08:01:15
Watched Bayern against Madrid last night, good game of football. What was noticeable was the pressing game (especially in the first half) from Bayern. Not unlucky to lose but a very good side never the less and you could see why they win so often. My point is that to play the pressing game, as well as the high level of skill involved you also have to be very fit. Roberto likes his Teams to attack but concentrating on ball work without having the balance of supreme fitness, highlights the reason in my view why Everton cannot hold onto leads. If as now seems ever more obvious, Mr Martinez remains as Manager, I can only hope he is/ has (as lately he has maintained) learned from his and the Teams weaknesses and will take positive action in Pre-Season.

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04 May 2016 10:15:30
Don't hold your breath SHML.
Didn't 2 of our fitness coaches throw their hands in because Bobby wouldn't listen to them and their concerns about how unfit the team are. Even our head of medicine resigned.
I agree, I think a lot of us being unable to hold onto leads is due to fitness, and having no clue about how to defend, a bit of both. But that was obvious last season, never mind this.
I think for Bobby the 'pie in the sky' is just too high.

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04 May 2016 10:17:12
How is it obvious that he'll remain as manager, sorry? Is there anything i missed?

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04 May 2016 10:25:35
Hugo, did you not see the latest Finch Farm rumour :)

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04 May 2016 10:26:48
If we had a fit team then we may see performances that justify reputations.

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04 May 2016 11:51:48
Hugo the Carragher interview was a clear club statement. He is staying.

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04 May 2016 13:04:48
I Clear statement he will not adapt to win games, not sure it was a club statement he is staying though. The board may well consider this interview as proof that if things don't go well next season he will stick to his guns and refuse to change. The board will then have to step in and admit they made a serious mistake. This may well be the straw that breaks the camels back.

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04 May 2016 13:45:31
Going to disagree with you there, Svenny, I understand your reasoning behind it, but it isn't the first time the club have been silent on these kind of issues. The reason Moshiri left Arsenal was because he had little say or influence on what was going on at boardroom level. He has a chance to do that at Everton now, he didn't invest in a club due to their mediocrity. He wants to win. He wants us to win. A few semi final runs won't cut it. He'll impose himself, like he rightly should.

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04 May 2016 13:59:25
sa90, do you really think they will give him next season. I hope not, another season in the wilderness I think. I'm 50 now and I want to see us win the Prem before I curl my toes up.

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04 May 2016 06:15:42
How's things all, I see the shortlist is getting longer haha
How many on there now. I'm applying for a laugh
Ed who would be your first choice.

{Ed025's Note - you pb!....ahead of o,neill anyway..

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04 May 2016 07:34:40
If you're applying PB then so am I. May the best man win. Ed do you reckon you can infiltrate the recruitment team and fast track us to final stage interview? 😂.

{Ed025's Note - i will do my best ace, you and pb could be the new clough and taylor mate.. :)

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04 May 2016 08:24:51
Cant understand why there is a shortlist for the Everton managers job as far as i know we still have a manager. Until this board of ours either back him or sack him Martinez is basically being hung out to dry by the board. Now i am not a Martinez fan and want him gone i watched that video clip of him being heckled and intimidated by admittedly a small number of fans outside the ground i can't condone that at all, and i blame the board just as much for the fans total frustration in not making a statement on the managers situation.

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04 May 2016 14:06:24
Ian Holloway?

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04 May 2016 05:24:30
Koeman not in rush to sign new Southampton contract apparantly. could he be holding out for us? . It would be a great appointment.

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04 May 2016 07:55:00
Unfortunately, I don't see the attraction of leaving Southampton for us at the moment :/.

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03 May 2016 23:54:16
I've come on here on my birthday hoping for good news but I agree with most Martin O'Neill would be a disaster worst than Roberto. I put him in the same bracket as the fraud Harry Redknapp, who has destroyed virtually every club he has been at! I have been banging on that we should go for someone like Eddie Howe but I've got to be honest when I saw Joachim Low linked I kinda got excited. let's say Germany win the Euros what else has he got to motivate himself? Surely an exciting club project would appeal? I think he would be an excellent (although very ambitious choice) . What do you guys think?

{Ed025's Note - low would suit me just fine duaney,,,and happy birthday mate..

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04 May 2016 01:22:46
Alot wanted pellagrini but it think he is somewhat like Martinez. he can't organise a defence. I watched city be pulled apart by Southampton, and believe koeman would be a great choice. organised defence and a good attack. and managers have a habit of going back to there old club for players. Frazier Forster, sadio mane and van dijk would be good to start with lol.

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03 May 2016 19:58:43
If O'Neil comes I will never go again, he is the start of the decline at Aston Villa paying too much for players giving them long contracts and then walked out! God help us.

{Ed025's Note - i have to admit i dont want him one little bit HBKAJ..

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03 May 2016 20:19:42
I shouldn't worry about it. I know this is a rumour site but people are getting ahead of themselves, I include myself in that but am at last beginning to see the light. There has been no message or hint out of the Club that Martinez is leaving and Martinez himself is talking and planning as if he is staying. Does that sound like a man who has been told he is going or a man that has been given some kind of re-assurance.

{Ed025's Note - you make a good point mate..

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03 May 2016 20:52:47
I don't think it is either humpin. I would suggest that it is the Everton way not to say anything until the fat lady sings and the taxi arrives, in which case Martinez's strategy would be to carry on as normal, which is what he is doing. Of course it could take at least another year before the taxi gets through the traffic, by which time you will probably be humpin your own leg in desperation.

{Ed025's Note - love it mike..

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03 May 2016 21:16:03
All prem clubs are big businesses now, no major business let's it's MD (the manager in footballs case) do a major open staged interview like the Carragher one, release it to the press (it would have been reviewed before being printed and the video being posted) unless it was an accurate message from the business (club)
I wrote on here as soon as it was released that it was the club statement and it was. He will be on the touch line in August.

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03 May 2016 21:16:12
Won't just be my leg though will it. You have heard of a Hyena bonk I take it!

{Ed025's Note - a hyena bonk?..your having a laugh.. :)

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03 May 2016 21:24:51
I'm 76 mate, at my age any sort of bonkin is a treat.

{Ed025's Note - im a youngster of 57 mike and have totally give up on all that lark mate...give me a bacon butty with HP sauce any day.. :)

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03 May 2016 21:55:02
I agree Svenny, I would like to think that Mr Martinez is capable of changing but in 7 premiership years he has not and has no intention of doing so (his words) .

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03 May 2016 22:18:39
And here's me thinking I was the oldest swinger in town.

{Ed025's Note - no frank its deffo mike...he was in the same 5-a side team as methuselah mate.. :)

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04 May 2016 01:25:19
BlueMike75. You have made my day after reading your retort. made me smile that.

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04 May 2016 01:35:43
And to be fair, as Everton fans under Martinez, we get f**ked every day.

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03 May 2016 17:22:10
were all made u for Leicester shows bargins out there as well vardy from non leauge nkante was only 5 mil and mahrez 400k from second tier off France.

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03 May 2016 23:26:09
up not u shows what can happen with right attitude and taticts.

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03 May 2016 16:58:09
Well done the foxes,
David and goliath,
Henry the fifth at agincourt,
Battle of britain,
You could go on and on.
I love it.

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03 May 2016 15:47:01
As much as I am pleased for Leicester it also is very frustrating as they so remind me of us under Moyes tenure, hardworking, defensively strong, quick counters and a strong team work ethic. Then you look at their players and see how they have almost overachieved again a bit like us, now they will have a fight to keep the cream!
Maybe Everton FC players and management need to take a long hard look in the mirror and ask themselves given Leicester's achievement have we really done enough for ourselves, the club and the fans?

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03 May 2016 18:46:52
Every single club in the league could say that, some more than us. It's a remarkable story that all football fans should just enjoy without finding within it a reason to be miserable or have another go at our club. Jeez.

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03 May 2016 19:48:11
Dortmund villareal and athletico play same way as Leicester and it works liverpool r tryin to do the same but u need a strong defence EFC haven't had that in the last 2 seasons and the manager won't change his philosophy it seems so it needs to be that type of manager so who fits the bill is the question simone would be considered boring in premier league if he would come Id be happy wid koeman.

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03 May 2016 21:16:34
You just need to look at Bayern and Athletico tonight one 4-1-4-1 the other 4-4-2 RM needs to abandon his Barcelona wannabe game plan and expand his horizons.

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