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Post  Cahill the Great on Wed 04 May 2011, 9:24 pm

Is it really over for the Yak at Everton? Id rather keep him than sell him for 2m quid. I wonder if he's got his fitness and hunger back.

Surely a better option than Vic next season?
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Post  Tonteau on Wed 04 May 2011, 9:47 pm

Cahill the Great wrote:Is it really over for the Yak at Everton? Id rather keep him than sell him for 2m quid. I wonder if he's got his fitness and hunger back.

Surely a better option than Vic next season?

Agree with you. The Yak can do a job, defo.
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Post  Albert on Thu 05 May 2011, 9:44 am

Tonteau wrote:
Cahill the Great wrote:Is it really over for the Yak at Everton? Id rather keep him than sell him for 2m quid. I wonder if he's got his fitness and hunger back.

Surely a better option than Vic next season?

Agree with you. The Yak can do a job, defo.

he's not arsed any more is he? he's just after an easy life
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Post  Tonteau on Thu 05 May 2011, 11:56 am

Albert wrote:
Tonteau wrote:
Cahill the Great wrote:Is it really over for the Yak at Everton? Id rather keep him than sell him for 2m quid. I wonder if he's got his fitness and hunger back.

Surely a better option than Vic next season?

Agree with you. The Yak can do a job, defo.

he's not arsed any more is he? he's just after an easy life

That's the thing I don't get. He was superb in the away game against fulham (bar his finishing) and his workrate against the shite in the 2-0 win was fantastic, great goal against stoke. Then, just when it looks like the yak was back, we drop him and ship him out to Leicester.

Think about what you can get for 2 million. We're unlikely to get better than the Yak. Unless his wages are a big, big drain or we can get 5 million+ for him I think we'd be best off keeping him. A proven premier league goalscorer, regardless of age, is hard to come by.
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Post  Dixie Land on Thu 05 May 2011, 12:18 pm

Tonteau wrote:
Albert wrote:
Tonteau wrote:
Cahill the Great wrote:Is it really over for the Yak at Everton? Id rather keep him than sell him for 2m quid. I wonder if he's got his fitness and hunger back.

Surely a better option than Vic next season?

Agree with you. The Yak can do a job, defo.

he's not arsed any more is he? he's just after an easy life

That's the thing I don't get. He was superb in the away game against fulham (bar his finishing) and his workrate against the shite in the 2-0 win was fantastic, great goal against stoke. Then, just when it looks like the yak was back, we drop him and ship him out to Leicester.

Think about what you can get for 2 million. We're unlikely to get better than the Yak. Unless his wages are a big, big drain or we can get 5 million+ for him I think we'd be best off keeping him. A proven premier league goalscorer, regardless of age, is hard to come by.

I agree mate. He holds the ball up very well even when he is out of form which allows players such as Cahill and Arteta to get involved. This is something that Saha does not do as well and Beckford does not do at all. Victor is just shit Players like Cahill looked more effective when the Yak played IMO.
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Thu 05 May 2011, 7:09 pm

Tonteau wrote:
Albert wrote:
Tonteau wrote:
Cahill the Great wrote:Is it really over for the Yak at Everton? Id rather keep him than sell him for 2m quid. I wonder if he's got his fitness and hunger back.

Surely a better option than Vic next season?

Agree with you. The Yak can do a job, defo.

he's not arsed any more is he? he's just after an easy life

That's the thing I don't get. He was superb in the away game against fulham (bar his finishing) and his workrate against the shite in the 2-0 win was fantastic, great goal against stoke. Then, just when it looks like the yak was back, we drop him and ship him out to Leicester.

Think about what you can get for 2 million. We're unlikely to get better than the Yak. Unless his wages are a big, big drain or we can get 5 million+ for him I think we'd be best off keeping him. A proven premier league goalscorer, regardless of age, is hard to come by.
but didn't we turn down 5M + from Wet Spam last year... I don't get it at all... makes no sense.

the rumours that he fell out with Moyes big style seem to be the only sensible answer to me

he's only 28 isnt he <cough>
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Re: 22:Ayegbeni Yakubu - being fed on Chicken!

Post  Cahill the Great on Thu 05 May 2011, 10:24 pm

Made 4 Gwladys wrote:
Tonteau wrote:
Albert wrote:
Tonteau wrote:
Cahill the Great wrote:Is it really over for the Yak at Everton? Id rather keep him than sell him for 2m quid. I wonder if he's got his fitness and hunger back.

Surely a better option than Vic next season?

Agree with you. The Yak can do a job, defo.

he's not arsed any more is he? he's just after an easy life

That's the thing I don't get. He was superb in the away game against fulham (bar his finishing) and his workrate against the shite in the 2-0 win was fantastic, great goal against stoke. Then, just when it looks like the yak was back, we drop him and ship him out to Leicester.

Think about what you can get for 2 million. We're unlikely to get better than the Yak. Unless his wages are a big, big drain or we can get 5 million+ for him I think we'd be best off keeping him. A proven premier league goalscorer, regardless of age, is hard to come by.
but didn't we turn down 5M + from Wet Spam last year... I don't get it at all... makes no sense.

the rumours that he fell out with Moyes big style seem to be the only sensible answer to me

he's only 28 isnt he <cough>

I think for 5m I would definitely sell and if the papers are to be believed we got an offer for at 5m last summer. He was embarrassing during the world cup and could still easily put on 2-3 stone over the summer so it is a difficult calll.
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Re: 22:Ayegbeni Yakubu - being fed on Chicken!

Post  Albert on Thu 05 May 2011, 10:25 pm

Cahill the Great wrote:
Made 4 Gwladys wrote:
Tonteau wrote:
Albert wrote:
Tonteau wrote:
Cahill the Great wrote:Is it really over for the Yak at Everton? Id rather keep him than sell him for 2m quid. I wonder if he's got his fitness and hunger back.

Surely a better option than Vic next season?

Agree with you. The Yak can do a job, defo.

he's not arsed any more is he? he's just after an easy life

That's the thing I don't get. He was superb in the away game against fulham (bar his finishing) and his workrate against the shite in the 2-0 win was fantastic, great goal against stoke. Then, just when it looks like the yak was back, we drop him and ship him out to Leicester.

Think about what you can get for 2 million. We're unlikely to get better than the Yak. Unless his wages are a big, big drain or we can get 5 million+ for him I think we'd be best off keeping him. A proven premier league goalscorer, regardless of age, is hard to come by.
but didn't we turn down 5M + from Wet Spam last year... I don't get it at all... makes no sense.

the rumours that he fell out with Moyes big style seem to be the only sensible answer to me

he's only 28 isnt he <cough>

I think for 5m I would definitely sell and if the papers are to be believed we got an offer for at 5m last summer. He was embarrassing during the world cup and could still easily put on 2-3 stone over the summer so it is a difficult calll.

i read somewhere that all the nigerians hate him over that world cup
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Post  Armchair on Fri 06 May 2011, 9:39 am

Albert wrote:
Cahill the Great wrote:
Made 4 Gwladys wrote:
Tonteau wrote:
Albert wrote:
Tonteau wrote:
Cahill the Great wrote:Is it really over for the Yak at Everton? Id rather keep him than sell him for 2m quid. I wonder if he's got his fitness and hunger back.

Surely a better option than Vic next season?

Agree with you. The Yak can do a job, defo.

he's not arsed any more is he? he's just after an easy life

That's the thing I don't get. He was superb in the away game against fulham (bar his finishing) and his workrate against the shite in the 2-0 win was fantastic, great goal against stoke. Then, just when it looks like the yak was back, we drop him and ship him out to Leicester.

Think about what you can get for 2 million. We're unlikely to get better than the Yak. Unless his wages are a big, big drain or we can get 5 million+ for him I think we'd be best off keeping him. A proven premier league goalscorer, regardless of age, is hard to come by.
but didn't we turn down 5M + from Wet Spam last year... I don't get it at all... makes no sense.

the rumours that he fell out with Moyes big style seem to be the only sensible answer to me

he's only 28 isnt he <cough>

I think for 5m I would definitely sell and if the papers are to be believed we got an offer for at 5m last summer. He was embarrassing during the world cup and could still easily put on 2-3 stone over the summer so it is a difficult calll.

i read somewhere that all the nigerians hate him over that world cup

Maybe Vic told Moyes to ship out Yak or he would refuse to play? (should've kept the Yak Laughing )
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Fri 06 May 2011, 5:18 pm

Armchair Evertonian wrote:
Albert wrote:
Cahill the Great wrote:
Made 4 Gwladys wrote:
Tonteau wrote:
Albert wrote:
Tonteau wrote:
Cahill the Great wrote:Is it really over for the Yak at Everton? Id rather keep him than sell him for 2m quid. I wonder if he's got his fitness and hunger back.

Surely a better option than Vic next season?

Agree with you. The Yak can do a job, defo.

he's not arsed any more is he? he's just after an easy life

That's the thing I don't get. He was superb in the away game against fulham (bar his finishing) and his workrate against the shite in the 2-0 win was fantastic, great goal against stoke. Then, just when it looks like the yak was back, we drop him and ship him out to Leicester.

Think about what you can get for 2 million. We're unlikely to get better than the Yak. Unless his wages are a big, big drain or we can get 5 million+ for him I think we'd be best off keeping him. A proven premier league goalscorer, regardless of age, is hard to come by.
but didn't we turn down 5M + from Wet Spam last year... I don't get it at all... makes no sense.

the rumours that he fell out with Moyes big style seem to be the only sensible answer to me

he's only 28 isnt he <cough>

I think for 5m I would definitely sell and if the papers are to be believed we got an offer for at 5m last summer. He was embarrassing during the world cup and could still easily put on 2-3 stone over the summer so it is a difficult calll.

i read somewhere that all the nigerians hate him over that world cup

Maybe Vic told Moyes to ship out Yak or he would refuse to play? (should've kept the Yak Laughing )
maybe if we put a Nigerian buy one get one free offer, we'll get 5Mill...
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Post  Tonteau on Sat 07 May 2011, 12:19 am

To be fair 2million is a nigerian 5million. It's probably about all we're going to get.
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Post  Dixie Land on Sat 07 May 2011, 12:27 am

Tonteau wrote:To be fair 2million is a nigerian 5million. It's probably about all we're going to get.

lol! lol! lol!
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Sat 07 May 2011, 3:04 am

Dixie Land wrote:
Tonteau wrote:To be fair 2million is a nigerian 5million. It's probably about all we're going to get.

lol! lol! lol!
lol! lol! Indeed. lol! lol!
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Post  Super on Thu 09 Jun 2011, 9:41 am

Leicester are set to push through a permanent deal for Yakubu.

The Nigerian striker, 28, scored 11 goals after joining the Championship side on loan from Everton in January.

He picks up 36,000-a-week at Goodison, but is willing to return to the Foxes.
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Sun 12 Jun 2011, 12:49 pm

Super wrote:
Leicester are set to push through a permanent deal for Yakubu.

The Nigerian striker, 28, scored 11 goals after joining the Championship side on loan from Everton in January.

He picks up 36,000-a-week at Goodison, but is willing to return to the Foxes.

Read somewhere this morning that Wet Spam are also now involved... the more the merrier for us... may push the price up ?
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Post  Gravy & Chips on Sun 12 Jun 2011, 11:00 pm

I would tell Wet Spam to fook right off and laugh at them down the phone. They might have stayed up if they had a player that could score, serves them right for trying to take the piss in January.
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Post  Super on Mon 13 Jun 2011, 8:44 am

Newcastle hope to fend off late interest from Everton to sign West Ham's Demba Ba. The move will hinge on whether the striker, 26, can pass a medical. Newcastle have swooped after Lorient's Kevin Gameiro joined Paris-Saint Germain.

Sportsmail revealed Everton's interest in Ba last month, but it's believed he wants around 4m a year. The Hammers have rekindled their interest in Everton striker Yakubu, 28, as Leicester are struggling to meet his wage demands of 35,000 per week.
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Post  Mr_Ben on Mon 13 Jun 2011, 9:46 am

Super wrote:
Newcastle hope to fend off late interest from Everton to sign West Ham's Demba Ba. The move will hinge on whether the striker, 26, can pass a medical. Newcastle have swooped after Lorient's Kevin Gameiro joined Paris-Saint Germain.

Sportsmail revealed Everton's interest in Ba last month, but it's believed he wants around 4m a year. The Hammers have rekindled their interest in Everton striker Yakubu, 28, as Leicester are struggling to meet his wage demands of 35,000 per week.

WTF Shocked
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Post  hairy cataract on Mon 13 Jun 2011, 9:54 am

Mr_Ben wrote:
Super wrote:
Newcastle hope to fend off late interest from Everton to sign West Ham's Demba Ba. The move will hinge on whether the striker, 26, can pass a medical. Newcastle have swooped after Lorient's Kevin Gameiro joined Paris-Saint Germain.

Sportsmail revealed Everton's interest in Ba last month, but it's believed he wants around 4m a year. The Hammers have rekindled their interest in Everton striker Yakubu, 28, as Leicester are struggling to meet his wage demands of 35,000 per week.

WTF Shocked

75k a week for a player who helped get his side relegated last year. The problem with footie is not that players earn too much, it's that the differential between the best players - a Rooney for example - and the average players is too small. Let's say Roo earns 150k a week, and he is possibly the top player in the country, helping his team win the title for a record 19th time and reaching the CL final. I would say he is the equivalent of a Bill Gates. Ba, on the same scale, is the equivalent of the bloke who runs the photo-copying shop at the bottom of our road and is in danger of going bust. So, on the Rooney/Gates scale, we should offer Ba 27.50 a week plus annual bonus of a fishcake.
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Post  Super on Tue 05 Jul 2011, 9:58 am

Yakubu will be included in the Everton squad to fly to Austria for a training camp today as doubts persist over his future at the club.

The Nigerian striker spent the second half of last season on loan at Leicester but the clubs have not agreed a permanent move.

David Moyes will sell Yakubu, 28, at the right price but plans to include the centre forward in his plans until then.
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Post  toffee_pies on Mon 11 Jul 2011, 12:20 am

According to twitter

Everton have taken a 3.5m deal with #LCFC over Yakubu off the table, meaning #LCFC offer a huge take it or leave it deal for Maynard #BCFC

Sounds like he is staying then. I hues DM spoke to him during the pre-season trip to Austria and this was agreed.
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Tue 12 Jul 2011, 8:35 pm

I hope he stays & kisses & makes up with Moyes... then lays off the pies & carries on playing like he did against the shite... fuck knows we need him & we can't afford anyone else Wink
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Post  Yankthattoffee on Mon 01 Aug 2011, 2:03 pm

Made 4 Gwladys wrote:I hope he stays & kisses & makes up with Moyes... then lays off the pies & carries on playing like he did against the shite... fuck knows we need him & we can't afford anyone else Wink

Played against B'ham in the friendly.
Staying?
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Post  Armchair on Mon 01 Aug 2011, 3:03 pm

Yankthattoffee wrote:
Made 4 Gwladys wrote:I hope he stays & kisses & makes up with Moyes... then lays off the pies & carries on playing like he did against the shite... fuck knows we need him & we can't afford anyone else Wink

Played against B'ham in the friendly.
Staying?

I hope so. He's a proven PL goalscorer and there is no way we could afford to replace him with anyone decent with the transfer fee he would command (4-5m).
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Post  Mr_Ben on Mon 01 Aug 2011, 3:06 pm

technically a new signing as we didn't have him since early October last year
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