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28 May 2016 11:07:42
Lukaku - according to the media stories - is willing to listen to what Mr Moshiri has to say. Really? What a nerve! Why would Mr Moshiri speak directly with any player? He may be the largest shareholder - the de facto owner - but he's not on the board and he would surely delegate all day-to-day matters to other people at the club.
As the largest shareholder (and, we expect, soon to have a majority shareholding) he will clearly influence which existing senior staff are retained and which new senior staff he'd like appointed, but he's not a football expert and he'd surely want these experts to deal with operational matters.
I reckon that Mr Moshiri is interested in getting the right senior people in place and setting a strategic plan for the club (on and off the field) and getting those right people to successfully carry out the plan.
The idea that the owner would kowtow to any player seems preposterous to me. It's up to the club staff - manager (and DoF? ) when appointed - to handle player negotiations, etc., with the backing of the club's recruitment team, legal (contracts, etc. ) staff, financial experts, etc.
No doubt one of the Eds can correct me on this subject (usually Ed002 knows what's what) .

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28 May 2016 10:37:26
I thought Stones looked very good last, back to the player he was. Just goes to show that Martinez was completely wrong for him and fingers crossed we can appoint a new manager sooner rather than later to try and keep Stones and shut the tabloids up with constant selling of our players. Lukaku can go, no respect, lazy and yeah scores goals but my god misses a lot more!

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28 May 2016 10:23:07
Pellegrini? "He's too old", "he's no personality" etc. These are all excuses by people who just don't want him and want to be excited with our manager.

I'll turn these negatives above into positives. I think he's 62, too old? I don't think so, with age brings experience and he certainly has that. At City 3 years and won 2 league cups and a the premiership along with getting them to knock out stages in CL. Beaten each time by Barcelona and RM.

He had plenty of money I hear some say. Yea he had but how much of that money was spent on players he truly wanted? Not exactly sure but I bet there is plenty of influence at City from the people 'upstairs'. He done well at clubs he was with before City which were similar enough to Everton. His defense at City wasn't great but as I said did he want to buy those defensive players? I doubt it.

He has no personality. I disagree, he doesn't talk crap! He is classy and always conducts himself well. A calming quiet demeanor which would only have a positive influence on our players. Especially the younger ones. His personality suits Everton down to the ground imo. Doesn't bring unwanted attention onto himself like some big ego'd managers.

I'm not saying he's the saviour or that he'd be my favourite. Just saying we could do a lot worse and he would be decent imho.

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28 May 2016 11:17:09
Thought Stones was motm to be honest NBTB. But who did they give it to? Rashford, ok the lad scored on his England debut but apart from that he done nothing else, wheras Stones put in a solid assured performance over the 90 mins.

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28 May 2016 11:44:32
do what i do. don't watch them, even with no footy on i wudin watch them. they over hyped, boring, play crap football and you don't even have to be half good now to get a cap. if we sighned even half of the england team we would be relagated. although i do suffer from insonia so i might watch the next game that will cure it.

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28 May 2016 11:47:43
great post NB, I've also heard that he had no say whatsoever in any of the signings, he was there to manage the team on the pitch only.

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28 May 2016 09:53:20
I really don't mind waiting a few weeks to get the man we want as manager. Especially if it meant waiting until the end of the Euros to get Joachim Low.

He would definitely get me excited about next season. Great manager. Winner, disciplined and happy to blood young talent.

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28 May 2016 08:52:33
Neville's comments on stones shows he was never a real evertonian. don't want him back on staff. agree with text on Mancini. would not be underwhelmed to see him appointed.

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28 May 2016 09:16:51
Oscar

Thats how I felt when I read those 'comments' with the likes of him at our club, it would be back to 'Knives at Gunfights' for sure!

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28 May 2016 09:45:52
Yep. Cheeky sod saying that when he was at Everton he saw stones as a United player.

At least after that kind of comment there should be no worries of him darkening our door again.

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28 May 2016 10:18:57
Ace

I think he said all this on 'Full time Devils' probably in the belief that the rest of the world wouldn't get to see?

Mug!

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27 May 2016 18:50:17
seems like ronald de boar has a lot to say but frank says nothin maybe we should offer the job to ronald makes sence what anyone think what do u say ed.

{Ed025's Note - your right there Tbone, we ma as well hire ray allen and lord charles mate.. :)

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28 May 2016 07:35:47
Flippin eck Ed how old are you? 'Ray Allen' he was good btw was 1960's wasn't he?

{Ed025's Note - im 58 going on 19 mate but still a babe magnet.. :)

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28 May 2016 07:54:26
Always suspicious of those blokes, I mean look where they put their hands.

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28 May 2016 08:04:52
BCT

Who Ray Allen or our dear old ED here?

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28 May 2016 08:29:52
Not our Ed surely not.

{Ed025's Note - hey...im getting a bad press here!.. :)

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28 May 2016 04:25:05
it does not matter a bit who you or i would like to see as manager its who they pick and that's that end of.

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28 May 2016 00:05:49
Why is Mancini not getting a mention? Turned Mark Hughes City under performers into title winners, got hold of Balotelli by the throat, Still has a house in the North West. In comparison to FDB unproven, Pelligrinil to old, Moyes backward step. No brainer!

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28 May 2016 07:36:59
Lanno

I can't argue with any of that mate!

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27 May 2016 23:28:44
get this. liverpool are looking into making a "quote" special players entrance" to stop fans waiting outside for autographs. WOW how the hell has it come to this. i can only think that some players have complained that it is beneath them to mix with people less well off than them.

its not enough that these players walk past waiting fans pretending to listen to music on their headphones with out fans ere would be no football it would not exsist. they have become so far detached from the fans that if they do this it could be the final straw for fans because as sure as eggs are eggs other clubs will follow siut. so think hard clubs b4 you destroy the fans game. players, managers and owners come and go but the fans will always be here. or will they!

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28 May 2016 06:31:19
Other clubs won't follow suit this is just standard behavior from a club like them. Obviously the Nivea boys are to busy to acknowledge the fans outside which may I add tends to be kids. I remember the days of standing outside Bellfield waiting for autographs and photos with the players, it's a part of growing up as a fan to see your heroes face to face. This just proves yet again that we are a family club the people's club and our neighbours are just a brand. Bet if the fans paid £15 a pop to stand in the players entrance they wouldn't mind! Next thingeneration you know the tourists will be charged for photos with the Shankly statue.

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27 May 2016 23:01:23
Lets just get de Boer in don't want moyes back and get overmars as dof happy day's.

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27 May 2016 23:34:22
You want us relegated then? He would be a disaster.

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28 May 2016 02:41:50
Milo give it a rest lad he would not get us relegated he coincided 21 goals last season he's solid at the back.

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28 May 2016 03:16:00
How do you know he would be a disaster? It would be a risk but it could go either way. I'd sooner have Frank in than go back to Moyes.

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28 May 2016 04:45:06
Anyone could be a risk everyone is saying they want koeman and that anyone could win the Dutch league well that isn't true koeman couldn't and he had a better squad de boer looks a good young manager who will give youth players ago that's what we need not to be spending millions each season.

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28 May 2016 08:24:29
Didn't Koeman win the Dutch league?

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28 May 2016 08:38:27
Milomj, with a Director of Football (this is Mr Moshri's influence coming to the fore) in place this leaves the 'Manager' (for Manager read Head Coach) free to coach. Dare I say it, if Martinez/ Kenwright had got their heads out of the sand and given their ego's a spring clean, we would not now be in the position we are.

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