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Post  Super on Wed 29 Jan 2014, 6:15 pm

Signed a new one year deal today.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Wed 29 Jan 2014, 7:11 pm

That's good news.

It's like a new signing etc etc.  Very Happy 
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Post  Armchair on Wed 29 Jan 2014, 9:24 pm

Good news.
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Post  Yankthattoffee on Mon 17 Mar 2014, 4:22 pm

Victory over Cardiff on Saturday, combined with Manchester United's defeat against Liverpool, moved the Toffees back into sixth place and the final qualifying spot for European football.
Everton's squad, which currently has four loan players in it, is small and any European campaign could prove detrimental but Distin insists they would accept that if they are successful.
"It's mixed feelings because you can't say no to playing in Europe. As a player it's impossible to not want that," he told the Liverpool Echo.
"But it's completely different from the Champions League in terms of finances for the club. It's a lot of travel and you need a big squad.
"Yes, it would be amazing for the club and for the fans to be travelling back in Europe again but for the team, if we're not going to have a much bigger squad next season, it could be tough.
"If you look at the big picture, as I say it's important you've got to ensure that being in the Europa League doesn't make you suffer back in the league.
"When you play every Thursday and come back on the Friday before playing again on the Sunday it is hard."
Distin stressed, however, they have not yet given up hope of a top-four finish.
"As long as it is mathematically possible we will try, we will not give up," he told evertontv.
"We have 10 games left and will try to finish as high as we can."
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Post  Sack the Juggler on Mon 17 Mar 2014, 4:36 pm

Yankthattoffee wrote:Victory over Cardiff on Saturday, combined with Manchester United's defeat against Liverpool, moved the Toffees back into sixth place and the final qualifying spot for European football.
Everton's squad, which currently has four loan players in it, is small and any European campaign could prove detrimental but Distin insists they would accept that if they are successful.
"It's mixed feelings because you can't say no to playing in Europe. As a player it's impossible to not want that," he told the Liverpool Echo.
"But it's completely different from the Champions League in terms of finances for the club. It's a lot of travel and you need a big squad.
"Yes, it would be amazing for the club and for the fans to be travelling back in Europe again but for the team, if we're not going to have a much bigger squad next season, it could be tough.
"If you look at the big picture, as I say it's important you've got to ensure that being in the Europa League doesn't make you suffer back in the league.
"When you play every Thursday and come back on the Friday before playing again on the Sunday it is hard."
Distin stressed, however, they have not yet given up hope of a top-four finish.
"As long as it is mathematically possible we will try, we will not give up," he told evertontv.
"We have 10 games left and will try to finish as high as we can."
lets give the squad and academy players a go then
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Post  Armchair on Mon 17 Mar 2014, 4:38 pm

Sack the Juggler wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:Victory over Cardiff on Saturday, combined with Manchester United's defeat against Liverpool, moved the Toffees back into sixth place and the final qualifying spot for European football.
Everton's squad, which currently has four loan players in it, is small and any European campaign could prove detrimental but Distin insists they would accept that if they are successful.
"It's mixed feelings because you can't say no to playing in Europe. As a player it's impossible to not want that," he told the Liverpool Echo.
"But it's completely different from the Champions League in terms of finances for the club. It's a lot of travel and you need a big squad.
"Yes, it would be amazing for the club and for the fans to be travelling back in Europe again but for the team, if we're not going to have a much bigger squad next season, it could be tough.
"If you look at the big picture, as I say it's important you've got to ensure that being in the Europa League doesn't make you suffer back in the league.
"When you play every Thursday and come back on the Friday before playing again on the Sunday it is hard."
Distin stressed, however, they have not yet given up hope of a top-four finish.
"As long as it is mathematically possible we will try, we will not give up," he told evertontv.
"We have 10 games left and will try to finish as high as we can."
lets give the squad and academy players a go then

Moyes actually did a bit of that when we were in the UEFA cup, leaving a couple of key players on the bench and giving the likes of Anchibe a run out.
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Re: 15: Sylvain Distin - Monster

Post  Sack the Juggler on Mon 17 Mar 2014, 5:08 pm

Armchair Evertonian wrote:
Sack the Juggler wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:Victory over Cardiff on Saturday, combined with Manchester United's defeat against Liverpool, moved the Toffees back into sixth place and the final qualifying spot for European football.
Everton's squad, which currently has four loan players in it, is small and any European campaign could prove detrimental but Distin insists they would accept that if they are successful.
"It's mixed feelings because you can't say no to playing in Europe. As a player it's impossible to not want that," he told the Liverpool Echo.
"But it's completely different from the Champions League in terms of finances for the club. It's a lot of travel and you need a big squad.
"Yes, it would be amazing for the club and for the fans to be travelling back in Europe again but for the team, if we're not going to have a much bigger squad next season, it could be tough.
"If you look at the big picture, as I say it's important you've got to ensure that being in the Europa League doesn't make you suffer back in the league.
"When you play every Thursday and come back on the Friday before playing again on the Sunday it is hard."
Distin stressed, however, they have not yet given up hope of a top-four finish.
"As long as it is mathematically possible we will try, we will not give up," he told evertontv.
"We have 10 games left and will try to finish as high as we can."
lets give the squad and academy players a go then

Moyes actually did a bit of that when we were in the UEFA cup, leaving a couple of key players on the bench and giving the likes of Anchibe a run out.
we could give Kone a run out too....  Rolling Eyes 
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Re: 15: Sylvain Distin - Monster

Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Mon 17 Mar 2014, 5:17 pm

Sack the Juggler wrote:
Armchair Evertonian wrote:
Sack the Juggler wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:Victory over Cardiff on Saturday, combined with Manchester United's defeat against Liverpool, moved the Toffees back into sixth place and the final qualifying spot for European football.
Everton's squad, which currently has four loan players in it, is small and any European campaign could prove detrimental but Distin insists they would accept that if they are successful.
"It's mixed feelings because you can't say no to playing in Europe. As a player it's impossible to not want that," he told the Liverpool Echo.
"But it's completely different from the Champions League in terms of finances for the club. It's a lot of travel and you need a big squad.
"Yes, it would be amazing for the club and for the fans to be travelling back in Europe again but for the team, if we're not going to have a much bigger squad next season, it could be tough.
"If you look at the big picture, as I say it's important you've got to ensure that being in the Europa League doesn't make you suffer back in the league.
"When you play every Thursday and come back on the Friday before playing again on the Sunday it is hard."
Distin stressed, however, they have not yet given up hope of a top-four finish.
"As long as it is mathematically possible we will try, we will not give up," he told evertontv.
"We have 10 games left and will try to finish as high as we can."
lets give the squad and academy players a go then

Moyes actually did a bit of that when we were in the UEFA cup, leaving a couple of key players on the bench and giving the likes of Anchibe a run out.
we could give Kone a run out too....  Rolling Eyes 
Don't think he actually exists mate. It's like Bigfoot - we all have heard of him, but no one has actually seen him.
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Post  Sack the Juggler on Mon 17 Mar 2014, 6:08 pm

Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
Sack the Juggler wrote:
Armchair Evertonian wrote:
Sack the Juggler wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:Victory over Cardiff on Saturday, combined with Manchester United's defeat against Liverpool, moved the Toffees back into sixth place and the final qualifying spot for European football.
Everton's squad, which currently has four loan players in it, is small and any European campaign could prove detrimental but Distin insists they would accept that if they are successful.
"It's mixed feelings because you can't say no to playing in Europe. As a player it's impossible to not want that," he told the Liverpool Echo.
"But it's completely different from the Champions League in terms of finances for the club. It's a lot of travel and you need a big squad.
"Yes, it would be amazing for the club and for the fans to be travelling back in Europe again but for the team, if we're not going to have a much bigger squad next season, it could be tough.
"If you look at the big picture, as I say it's important you've got to ensure that being in the Europa League doesn't make you suffer back in the league.
"When you play every Thursday and come back on the Friday before playing again on the Sunday it is hard."
Distin stressed, however, they have not yet given up hope of a top-four finish.
"As long as it is mathematically possible we will try, we will not give up," he told evertontv.
"We have 10 games left and will try to finish as high as we can."
lets give the squad and academy players a go then

Moyes actually did a bit of that when we were in the UEFA cup, leaving a couple of key players on the bench and giving the likes of Anchibe a run out.
we could give Kone a run out too....  Rolling Eyes 
Don't think he actually exists mate. It's like Bigfoot - we all have heard of him, but no one has actually seen him.
never understood the name bigfoot, why isn't it bigfeet? is the other one normal sized?  scratch never understood why Kone is called a striker either... or a footballer... or fit...
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Post  Super on Thu 24 Apr 2014, 11:52 am

Everton defender Sylvain Distin faces a 48-hour wait to find out if he will play again this season.

Roberto Martinez confirmed in his morning press conference that the French defender will miss Saturday's game with Southampton after being withdrawn at half-time of Everton's victory over Manchester United on Sunday with a hamstring injury.

The 35-year-old will undergo a scan to confirm the extent of the injury amid fears that he could now miss the remaining three games of the season.

Antolin Alcaraz will continue to partner John Stones on Saturday as Martinez also confirmed the club wouldn't rush captain Phil Jagielka back from a hamstring injury of his own.

The Paraguayan has played just five times since signing from Wigan Athletic in the summer.

Martinez said: “Sylvain had to come off against United on Sunday and he won’t be fit for this weekend.

“It is a little bit too early to know how long he is going to be out.

“I do think that over the next 48 hours we will have a clear idea of whether he will be available before the season ends.”
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Post  Goodison_Gringo on Thu 24 Apr 2014, 4:50 pm

Super wrote:Everton defender Sylvain Distin faces a 48-hour wait to find out if he will play again this season.

Roberto Martinez confirmed in his morning press conference that the French defender will miss Saturday's game with Southampton after being withdrawn at half-time of Everton's victory over Manchester United on Sunday with a hamstring injury.

The 35-year-old will undergo a scan to confirm the extent of the injury amid fears that he could now miss the remaining three games of the season.

Antolin Alcaraz will continue to partner John Stones on Saturday as Martinez also confirmed the club wouldn't rush captain Phil Jagielka back from a hamstring injury of his own.

The Paraguayan has played just five times since signing from Wigan Athletic in the summer.

Martinez said: “Sylvain had to come off against United on Sunday and he won’t be fit for this weekend.


“It is a little bit too early to know how long he is going to be out.

“I do think that over the next 48 hours we will have a clear idea of whether he will be available before the season ends.”

Jags is due back for the City game. The big question is can the Bird Man get through 90 minutes on Saturday. He played the whole second half against Utd so I'd imagine his muscles are quite fatigued.
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Thu 24 Apr 2014, 4:54 pm

Goodison_Gringo wrote:
Super wrote:Everton defender Sylvain Distin faces a 48-hour wait to find out if he will play again this season.

Roberto Martinez confirmed in his morning press conference that the French defender will miss Saturday's game with Southampton after being withdrawn at half-time of Everton's victory over Manchester United on Sunday with a hamstring injury.

The 35-year-old will undergo a scan to confirm the extent of the injury amid fears that he could now miss the remaining three games of the season.

Antolin Alcaraz will continue to partner John Stones on Saturday as Martinez also confirmed the club wouldn't rush captain Phil Jagielka back from a hamstring injury of his own.

The Paraguayan has played just five times since signing from Wigan Athletic in the summer.

Martinez said: “Sylvain had to come off against United on Sunday and he won’t be fit for this weekend.


“It is a little bit too early to know how long he is going to be out.

“I do think that over the next 48 hours we will have a clear idea of whether he will be available before the season ends.”

Jags is due back for the City game. The big question is can the Bird Man get through 90 minutes on Saturday. He played the whole second half against Utd so I'd imagine his muscles are quite fatigued.
I tell you what though GG ... he was fucking good.. impressive in fact
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Post  Goodison_Gringo on Thu 24 Apr 2014, 5:00 pm

Made FooFoo Gwladys wrote:
Goodison_Gringo wrote:
Super wrote:Everton defender Sylvain Distin faces a 48-hour wait to find out if he will play again this season.

Roberto Martinez confirmed in his morning press conference that the French defender will miss Saturday's game with Southampton after being withdrawn at half-time of Everton's victory over Manchester United on Sunday with a hamstring injury.

The 35-year-old will undergo a scan to confirm the extent of the injury amid fears that he could now miss the remaining three games of the season.

Antolin Alcaraz will continue to partner John Stones on Saturday as Martinez also confirmed the club wouldn't rush captain Phil Jagielka back from a hamstring injury of his own.

The Paraguayan has played just five times since signing from Wigan Athletic in the summer.

Martinez said: “Sylvain had to come off against United on Sunday and he won’t be fit for this weekend.


“It is a little bit too early to know how long he is going to be out.

“I do think that over the next 48 hours we will have a clear idea of whether he will be available before the season ends.”

Jags is due back for the City game. The big question is can the Bird Man get through 90 minutes on Saturday. He played the whole second half against Utd so I'd imagine his muscles are quite fatigued.
I tell you what though GG ... he was fucking good.. impressive in fact

Give him a 2 year extension I say.
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Post  Sack the Juggler on Thu 24 Apr 2014, 6:50 pm

Goodison_Gringo wrote:
Made FooFoo Gwladys wrote:
Goodison_Gringo wrote:
Super wrote:Everton defender Sylvain Distin faces a 48-hour wait to find out if he will play again this season.

Roberto Martinez confirmed in his morning press conference that the French defender will miss Saturday's game with Southampton after being withdrawn at half-time of Everton's victory over Manchester United on Sunday with a hamstring injury.

The 35-year-old will undergo a scan to confirm the extent of the injury amid fears that he could now miss the remaining three games of the season.

Antolin Alcaraz will continue to partner John Stones on Saturday as Martinez also confirmed the club wouldn't rush captain Phil Jagielka back from a hamstring injury of his own.

The Paraguayan has played just five times since signing from Wigan Athletic in the summer.

Martinez said: “Sylvain had to come off against United on Sunday and he won’t be fit for this weekend.


“It is a little bit too early to know how long he is going to be out.

“I do think that over the next 48 hours we will have a clear idea of whether he will be available before the season ends.”

Jags is due back for the City game. The big question is can the Bird Man get through 90 minutes on Saturday. He played the whole second half against Utd so I'd imagine his muscles are quite fatigued.
I tell you what though GG ... he was fucking good.. impressive in fact

Give him a 2 year extension I say.
and his own wheelchair!
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Thu 24 Apr 2014, 7:39 pm

Made FooFoo Gwladys wrote:
Goodison_Gringo wrote:
Super wrote:Everton defender Sylvain Distin faces a 48-hour wait to find out if he will play again this season.

Roberto Martinez confirmed in his morning press conference that the French defender will miss Saturday's game with Southampton after being withdrawn at half-time of Everton's victory over Manchester United on Sunday with a hamstring injury.

The 35-year-old will undergo a scan to confirm the extent of the injury amid fears that he could now miss the remaining three games of the season.

Antolin Alcaraz will continue to partner John Stones on Saturday as Martinez also confirmed the club wouldn't rush captain Phil Jagielka back from a hamstring injury of his own.

The Paraguayan has played just five times since signing from Wigan Athletic in the summer.

Martinez said: “Sylvain had to come off against United on Sunday and he won’t be fit for this weekend.


“It is a little bit too early to know how long he is going to be out.

“I do think that over the next 48 hours we will have a clear idea of whether he will be available before the season ends.”

Jags is due back for the City game. The big question is can the Bird Man get through 90 minutes on Saturday. He played the whole second half against Utd so I'd imagine his muscles are quite fatigued.
I tell you what though GG ... he was fucking good.. impressive in fact
The fact that he won THREE headers off corners was rather impressive and very surprising since we never create shit from the corners.

He looked composed when playing his way out from the back as well. It really is a big difference to the Weir/Stubbs days.
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Post  Hinchcliffe Corner on Wed 14 May 2014, 11:20 am

Distin on Twitter wrote:I'm retiring from France team. It was a wonderful experience and after a record of #0 cap it's time to say goodbye and focus on my club

https://twitter.com/sylvaind15tin/status/466518946729177088

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Post  Armchair on Wed 14 May 2014, 11:33 am

Surprising that he has never played for France.
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Post  KoelJagz on Wed 14 May 2014, 1:18 pm

At the age of 35, I also am announcing my retirement from International football. Wouldn't be fair to waste the time of O'Neill & Keane to scout me at my 5-a-side games. #thanksforthememories

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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Wed 14 May 2014, 1:22 pm

Bluejagz wrote:At the age of 35, I also am announcing my retirement from International football. Wouldn't be fair to waste the time of O'Neill & Keane to scout me at my 5-a-side games. #thanksforthememories
I think I'll keep my options open for Roy ... at 55 I'm still a better full back than Glen fucking Johnson
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Post  Mr_Ben on Wed 14 May 2014, 2:26 pm

Armchair wrote:Surprising that he has never played for France.

Has he ever been in the French squad?
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Post  Goodison_Gringo on Wed 14 May 2014, 4:32 pm

Mr_Ben wrote:
Armchair wrote:Surprising that he has never played for France.

Has he ever been in the French squad?

Nope... I imagine he never scored highly enough on the egocentric twat chart to be considered.

I've several French mate were always astounded at his omission as well.
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Post  sefton on Mon 06 Oct 2014, 6:08 pm

Everton defender Sylvain Distin has apparently been absent from training for the past 10 days, according to our sources.

The Frenchman has been replaced at the back by young England international John Stones in recent games, and has apparently not been attending Finch Farm training sessions with the rest of the first team squad for some time.

Unconfirmed reports suggest that Distin was among those singled out for criticism by Roberto Martinez after the defeat to Swansea in the League Cup last month and has taken it badly, which has led to him being told to “take some time out.”

The last thing Everton need at the moment is disharmony in the changing rooms, with the desperation to find form increasing with each game.


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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Mon 06 Oct 2014, 7:01 pm

POLLYANNA wrote:Everton defender Sylvain Distin has apparently been absent from training for the past 10 days, according to our sources.

The Frenchman has been replaced at the back by young England international John Stones in recent games, and has apparently not been attending Finch Farm training sessions with the rest of the first team squad for some time.

Unconfirmed reports suggest that Distin was among those singled out for criticism by Roberto Martinez after the defeat to Swansea in the League Cup last month and has taken it badly, which has led to him being told to “take some time out.”

The last thing Everton need at the moment is disharmony in the changing rooms, with the desperation to find form increasing with each game.


Not just that though, with Stones possibly out for a while Distin would be a shoe-in, I would assume, for a starting spot.

Did he have his feelings hurt....?
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Post  Armchair on Mon 06 Oct 2014, 8:38 pm

Dizzy seems pretty level-headed so I can't imagine this is true. We have Alcaraz as back up anyway, so everything will be just fine Rolling Eyes
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Post  Yankthattoffee on Mon 06 Oct 2014, 11:35 pm

POLLYANNA wrote:Everton defender Sylvain Distin has apparently been absent from training for the past 10 days, according to our sources.

The Frenchman has been replaced at the back by young England international John Stones in recent games, and has apparently not been attending Finch Farm training sessions with the rest of the first team squad for some time.

Unconfirmed reports suggest that Distin was among those singled out for criticism by Roberto Martinez after the defeat to Swansea in the League Cup last month and has taken it badly, which has led to him being told to “take some time out.”

The last thing Everton need at the moment is disharmony in the changing rooms, with the desperation to find form increasing with each game.


I haven't checked my facts on this, but wasn't he replaced near the end of one game at GP with a tweek on some muscle or other, and has been nursing it ever since?
Doesn't sound like a RM tactic to me.
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