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28 May 2016 18:01:36
Yeah Rolf Harris manager and Cahill assistant and emu as dof.

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28 May 2016 13:21:55
Right everyone. I've heard a rumour. Don't know how true it is but it makes sense. Pellagrini has the job and it's getting announced Wednesday 1st June. If we announce it before then martinez will be entitled to more compensation. I like everyone am sceptical at the moment because I'm getting sick of all the rumours and I just want it to happen now. This makes sense about pellagrini really so let's see come Wednesday.

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28 May 2016 13:44:18
So far I think I am the only one not to of been linked to the job.

I hope the rumour you have heard is correct, It sounds right as does the reasons for not announcing it.

My big concern is that they may not give the new manager enough time to rebuild our beloved team, a lot of work needs doing and I think Pellagrini would be the ideal choice, We won't get any trophies in the first two years but we will be a major player after that, with plenty of trophies.

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28 May 2016 14:00:08
Totally agree grumpy. Pellagrini my first choice tbh. Hope this happens.

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28 May 2016 16:35:10
Pellegrini isn't everyone's first choice.
He's not my first choice, but what the heck do I know and how can I criticise him?
However, the second leg performance of his ManCity team in the UEFA CL semifinal second-leg against Real Madrid should imho raise serious questions about how he sets up teams, his tactics, and his motivation of players. The team were just one decent performance away from the final, but didn't play like they were. Was that the players' fault or the manager's fault?

I'm not saying that he'd do a poor job at Everton (after all, he did OK at Malaga and Villarreal - clubs compared by many to the current Everton) , but I just question how come he didn't do better with all of the resources at ManCity - notwithstanding the fact that the early announcement of his season-end departure was distinctly disruptive
Also, if he was responsible for the signings at ManCity - in particular the defenders - I'd seriously question his judgement. Of course, if the signings were just dumped on him, then he was on a hiding to nothing.

Judging by the rumours on social media - and the movement in the odds at the bookies - there seems to be a new "favourite" every day, so only those at the top of our club really know who's in the frame and those in the know are keeping quiet and just getting on with it.

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28 May 2016 16:45:00
Higher ceiling than previous managers without te concerns of a relegation low floor. Again, MP handled the last half of the season with far more dignity than most. Perhaps his contract with City has to finish the year so he gets whatever buyout he is due.

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28 May 2016 19:34:45
The compensation theory doesn't hold I'm afraid. The only factor effecting Martinez's compensation is when he was fired. Nothing to do with when his replacememt is hired. Another "expert" opinion which isn't.

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28 May 2016 20:14:01
And how do you know what was written in martinez's contract brian.

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28 May 2016 08:14:39
Odds for Mancini have shortened significantly in the past few days, do you know if there's anything behind this eds?

{Ed025's Note - its just a guessing game at the moment ST, only the guys at the top know whats really going on and they are keeping their cards close to their chests mate..

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28 May 2016 09:12:10
I'm actually in awe of FM's resolute way of doing things .

# He removed RM sooner rather than later
# He keeps tight lipped on his intentions
# He as we know is nobody's fool
# He doesn't cave in to the pressure that he must now feel on the 'manager question'.

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28 May 2016 11:35:06
I think we'll start to see some movement next week as contracts in football tend to run from June to June.
Something I did hear midweek was that Peel Holdings bigwigs were in town and not very discreet about their enthusiasm on the docklands project and they expect rapid progress.

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28 May 2016 15:17:48
Is just a basic move by betting companies for poeple to think that someone is a dead cert only for them to go back out in the odds and someone else to become short odds, nothing new they do this all the time.

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27 May 2016 21:16:27
Hi ed002 who do you think would be an ideal manager for Everton in your opinion.

{Ed002's Note - I said previously my pick would have been Favre. Realistically I thing de Boer and Pellegrini would both do a good job, and again, I would not discount Moyes.}

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27 May 2016 21:49:30
Cheers ed id like de boer but seen a few people saying his style is like bobbies and his back room staff won't be coming which would of been a great package de boer Stam bergkamp and overmars which doesn't sound bad.

{Ed002's Note - Stam may well go to Reading. Berkamp has work to do at Ajax.}

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28 May 2016 07:28:58
Good article making a case for David Unsworth, especially as he would be free to coach and manage if the Club go down the Director of Football route. He also has a 100 percent record.

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28 May 2016 08:00:52
I'd be asking why with the most talented under21 squad in a long time they only finished third in their league. Yes the player development may be excellent and under21's is primarily about that, but does it suggest something is missing?

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28 May 2016 09:52:14
It suggests that yes we have one ov the best u21 squads about but I realize that means that during the season players come and go on loan spells so he never gets a settled team, I attended quite a few 21s games this year and I for one think unsworth is a fantastic coach who gets the best out ov players.

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28 May 2016 13:17:27
I also try to watch as many as I can of the under 21's and concur with your comments 89, would also add that Martinez must also have had his say. Just look how those same lads we have watched all season performed when Unsy promoted them against Norwich.

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27 May 2016 21:06:34
This is only a rumour but I believe has some credibility.
It is believed that the result of the Champions League final will have a massive bearing on who will be our new manager. If Real Madrid beat Athletico Madrid then Zinedine Zidan will remain as manager and Unia Emery will be named as our manager, however should Real Madrid loose the final then Zinadan will be replaced by Emery.

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27 May 2016 23:32:27
It doesn't have any credibility.

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28 May 2016 13:49:37
It's a fair assumption and just as good as anything else I have read or heard, and for once it does not mention Moyes. Must admit the silence is quite exciting and, great to see we are not airing our dirty washing in public like the Man United and Man City sagas for example. FM is a true billionaire at work.

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27 May 2016 19:26:30
Cold shiver just went down my spine. Surely we are not waiting for a manager to be leaving their post after the euros. It's not going to be Hodgson is it?

{Ed002's Note - It won't be Hodgson.}

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27 May 2016 19:20:36
Ed002 did we actually have a serous look at Favre? I thought he'd have been really good for us. We presumably could have competed with Nice on salary if we'd wanted him, although I guess living on the Cote d'Azur is worth something.

{Ed002's Note - Everton certainly considered Favre but he knew he was not going to be first pick. Nice gave him an offer, they have a nice new stadium and, as you say, the South of France is a better place to live than Merseyside - although perhaps not Nice itself.}

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27 May 2016 19:37:59
Have you been to Bootle, Ed? I'd swap it for Nice. So if he knew he wasn't first pick, does that mean they had an order of preference from the start or just he knew he hadn't impressed them that much after talking to them?

{Ed002's Note - The club has potential managers where they want to guage their interest and they don't want to make a knee-jerk reaction even though that is what many of the fans want.}

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28 May 2016 07:31:30
Spot on. Look what happened last time.

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28 May 2016 07:58:34
Again, last time Martinez was appointed on 5th June. 2 months after Moyes has given notice. Wasn't a knee jerk reaction.

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27 May 2016 16:26:55
soccer rumours reporting wanyama very close to joining everton. hope not don't rate him at all. allways getting booked.

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27 May 2016 17:04:43
Good player in my opinion.

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27 May 2016 18:25:23
I would love a player like him, but I think it's all to do with the rumours of koeman being our highest paid manager, I doubt it would be true, ONCE AGAIN.

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27 May 2016 18:38:32
We can only hope that the rumours will come true.

{Ed002's Note - I would not hold your breath.}

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27 May 2016 13:53:56
. Usmanov has now decided he wants to possess a controlling stake in a premier league club after Stan Kroenke further acquisition of shares at Arsenal yesterday and is said to be considering Everton football club as a viable destination because of his long standing friend and business partner Farhad Moshiri. this would be unbelievable if it happened - just to get a perspective on the situation in hand here Usmanov net worth according to Forbes = £13.9 billion. Abramoovich = £11.1 billion. ah ermmmm.

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27 May 2016 14:26:00

Thing is, wouldn't that be 2 people who desperately want to run a PL club?

In the same club to boot?

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27 May 2016 14:28:27
The original post is an interesting speculation - and I can see why people think it - but where is the concrete evidence that Mr Usmanov really is considering relinquishing all of his shares in Arsenal and buying a share holding in Everton instead?
I'm not saying it couldn't happen - it's a perfectly reasonable analysis and many Everton fans would love it to come true!
One thing is surely clear: many (most if not all! ) Arsenal fans want Mr Kroenke out of their club and they'd be devastated if Mr Usmanov sold up and left to go somewhere else and left Mr Kroenke as the absolute and controlling owner. However, that's not our concern - we just want Everton to become a winning club on and off the field.

{Ed025's Note - thats right sid..

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27 May 2016 14:39:03
Honesty I think Moshiriis Usanov's nominee. Not wonder if it happen.

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27 May 2016 14:44:00
Probably buy Koppites so him and his bezzie can pit wits against each other.

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27 May 2016 15:31:48
The theory started as Moshiri bought his stake for Usmanov, if he was unable to topple to Kroenke then he would buy Everton. Moshiri made his money exclusively really from first working for and then with Usmanov.
The reality though I find hard to stomach. Who will be buying the Usmanov shares in Arsenal?
Ultimately to answer an above question it wouldn't be two owners at us it would be one and I would imagine Moshiri would then take the reigns from Bill as chairman.
As stated before this is a very simple rumour to create given their previous working relationship but I just can't see it.
I would also like to stress that those fans who think we are now rich are deluded. In premier league terms Usmanov is very rich Moshiri is doing alright but hardly rolling in it.

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27 May 2016 15:45:49

''I would also like to stress that those fans who think we are now rich are deluded''

Do you eat 'negativity' for breakfast only, or do you snack throughout the day mate?

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27 May 2016 15:53:07
Usmanov agreeing to buy up Moshiri's stake in Arsenal was all a bit "convenient" to say the least! Moshiri only owns 49.9% of Everton with an option to purchase the remainder Why?
Under stock market rules the extra acquisition of shares by Kronke might trigger a compulsory offer to other shareholders.
Watch this space, too many exit and entrance points to be mere coincidence!

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27 May 2016 16:11:05
Hope there is something in this, but, due to evertons structure, stock market rules do not apply.

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27 May 2016 17:04:54
Svenny is right. Positivity is great when it's rooted in reality, but when it's not it just leads to the sort of disappointment and bitterness we see too much of on here. People will be disappointed if we don't get Simeone, moan if we don't qualify for the champs league within 2 years and if we don't have a stadium in 3. It's ridiculous. Moshiri is the 8th richest major shareholder in the prem (not that it matters because it's his money, not the club's) and Everton have the 8th largest turnover in the prem. I feel way more positive than I did a few weeks ago but a bit of realism wouldn't go amiss sometimes. It's like with people hating Moyes for not signing a contract so we could have a payoff from Man U. As if he could have said to a prospective employer that he'd take the job as long as they were happy for him to sign a contract with us that would cost them millions. Utter naivete.

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27 May 2016 17:58:26
It would explain why Moshiri only purchased 49% shares.

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27 May 2016 13:23:17
the guardian online saying Ryan Giggs set to be named next Efc manager.

{Ed025's Note - lock up your sister-in-laws then.. :)

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27 May 2016 13:38:33
No way Pedro, surely not.
I know he comes from a world class background in man utd but what actual experience (of management) does he have?

{Ed025's Note - he managed to ruin his brothers marriage.. :)

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27 May 2016 13:38:35
The Daily Post thinks they are safe Ed and point to Fonseca as a likely candidate atm? instead .

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27 May 2016 13:50:24
Giggs reported in Tuesday, just papers regurgitating, ignore.

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27 May 2016 13:59:58

''he managed to ruin his brothers marriage. ''

LOL are you here all week mate? ;)

{Ed025's Note - i am unless moyes gets appointed mate.. :)

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27 May 2016 16:31:17
Nice one ed!

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27 May 2016 18:03:30
Look's like your not taking it seriously Ed025. I think we'd have to ban woman staff throughout Goodison and Finch farm. Couldn't be letting him get distracted from his line of duty. To the football team that is.

{Ed025's Note - i dont think anyone could take him seriously mate..

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27 May 2016 20:47:45
Brilliant ed025, you're on a roll with the one liners.

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