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Post  Super on Mon 15 Aug 2016, 4:18 pm

Cahill the Great wrote:Not convinced by this signing at all but good luck to the boy.

How much do we have left from the Stones money now - £3m?

About that, after Barnsley get their sell-on %
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Post  Valentino Blue on Mon 15 Aug 2016, 4:27 pm

haven't watched a lot of Palace but what i have seen he's always looked a real handful and hard working, bit erratic in the final third with his final ball but will have better support around him and his pace will make opposition fullbacks think twice about getting caught out up the pitch and will be a real threat on the counter if they do

the money initially seems insane when 30 mill was mentioned but current rumors seem more pallatable £22m (seems high still but this seson just seems to be add £10 mill onto last seasons probable value) with add ons for games played, winning things, league position etc so if we ever do have to pay the "full" amount then he'll have helped win us trophies and gotten into europe so probably fair enough.
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Mon 15 Aug 2016, 9:38 pm

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Post  Statman on Sat 24 Sep 2016, 7:38 am

Not saying a thing until Cahill the Great gets off the fence.
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Post  Cahill the Great on Thu 10 Nov 2016, 2:03 pm

Statman wrote:
Not saying a thing until Cahill the Great gets off the fence.


I haven't changed my mind. Complete show pony and a waste of £28m! Poor signing and not what we needed.
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Re: Yannick Bolaise

Post  sefton on Mon 28 Nov 2016, 9:09 am

Cahill the Great wrote:
Statman wrote:
Not saying a thing until Cahill the Great gets off the fence.


I haven't changed my mind.   Complete show pony and a waste of £28m!  Poor signing and not what we needed.

Couldn't agree more CTG,Bolasie never a 30 million player, lazy goes missing .
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Post  Barry Horne's Equaliser on Tue 29 Nov 2016, 9:50 am

sefton wrote:
Cahill the Great wrote:
Statman wrote:
Not saying a thing until Cahill the Great gets off the fence.


I haven't changed my mind.   Complete show pony and a waste of £28m!  Poor signing and not what we needed.

Couldn't agree more CTG,Bolasie never a 30 million player, lazy goes missing .

Can't disagree really. He's a decent-ish player but, as we all pretty much suspected, never worth the sum of money paid for him. I would certainly expect a lot more from a player with that kind of price tag.

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Post  Gravy & Chips on Tue 29 Nov 2016, 12:21 pm

Nothing to do with the price tag, he is just a great dopey greedy version of Beagrie.
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Mon 05 Dec 2016, 7:27 pm

Yannick "Yala" Bolasie after it was confirmed he requires knee surgery following a cruciate ligament injury sustained against Manchester United.
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Post  Armchair on Mon 05 Dec 2016, 8:19 pm


Bad news. Hopefully we'll see more of Foo.
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Post  hairy cataract on Mon 05 Dec 2016, 10:43 pm

Armchair wrote:

Bad news. Hopefully we'll see more of Foo.

You mean: "Bad news we'll see more of Foo" - somehow you let a "hopefully" slip in by mistake.

We were doomed before, now we're even more doomeder.
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Re: Yannick Bolaise

Post  Statman on Tue 06 Dec 2016, 1:34 am

hairy cataract wrote:
Armchair wrote:

Bad news. Hopefully we'll see more of Foo.

You mean: "Bad news we'll see more of Foo" - somehow you let a "hopefully" slip in by mistake.

We were doomed before, now we're even more doomeder.

Let's be honest. We are shit with him. We are shit without him. In my supporting life we've had a good spell of 3 years. In the first year the RS got us chucked out of Europe. In my middle year the RS won our 'double'. After the third year Kendall went to Spain and our team broke up.
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Post  Yankthattoffee on Tue 06 Dec 2016, 12:23 pm

Big Luke wins bet that Big Bol won't score 10 goals this season. Evil or Very Mad
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Re: Yannick Bolaise

Post  hairy cataract on Tue 06 Dec 2016, 12:40 pm

Statman wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:
Armchair wrote:

Bad news. Hopefully we'll see more of Foo.

You mean: "Bad news we'll see more of Foo" - somehow you let a "hopefully" slip in by mistake.

We were doomed before, now we're even more doomeder.

Let's be honest. We are shit with him. We are shit without him. In my supporting life we've had a good spell of 3 years. In the first year the RS got us chucked out of Europe. In my middle year the RS won our 'double'. After the third year Kendall went to Spain and our team broke up.

Yup, that's my life too. I want my money back.
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Re: Yannick Bolaise

Post  Da Judge on Tue 06 Dec 2016, 1:55 pm

hairy cataract wrote:
Statman wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:
Armchair wrote:

Bad news. Hopefully we'll see more of Foo.

You mean: "Bad news we'll see more of Foo" - somehow you let a "hopefully" slip in by mistake.

We were doomed before, now we're even more doomeder.

Let's be honest. We are shit with him. We are shit without him. In my supporting life we've had a good spell of 3 years. In the first year the RS got us chucked out of Europe. In my middle year the RS won our 'double'. After the third year Kendall went to Spain and our team broke up.

Yup, that's my life too.  I want my money back.

I sometimes have entertained this line of thinking..... if we look at the mid late 70s we were always there or thereabouts and we got the bum's rush.... in the noughties we qualified ahead and got screwed over... if we really to wish to vent our bitterness we could point to the "assistance" that the Shoite got as they fell from grace - CL "qualification for coming in top 4 - with the commensurate funding (compared to our assistance for not winning and coming close in the 70s).

But our self-agonising (it is just that not bitterness) harms no-one else but ourselves.

I see a future ahead for Everton. Particularly if we look, as we must, at our Club in the context that it actually is a business.

We now, more than at any other time in our history, have the potential means to revolutionise our DNA and create a new financial base in a new ground. The new ground WILL be built, it is I believe more likely to be on the waterfront than inland (no real insider knowledge) as it allows for a much clearer business model - better logistics, infrastructure.

Fundamentally I think Everton are a decent club they are renowned (usually) for doing things right. BK has certainly built upon that legacy (96 support is the best example, along with EitC, the Academy School, looking after Bill Shankly after he left the RS). I am imagining that the following is feasible...

End of Season 16/17 - Everton announce the location of the new football stadium. BK makes the announcement that his work is done and its time to move aside (he takes a "Doug Ellis" - Life President role). Moshiri assumes the mantle and promises that the playing side will be supported but his primary mission is to deliver the new stadium in time for the 18/19 season.

Season 17/18 - commercial take-up of season tickets is "boosted" with the promise of prioritisation for the new stadium. Everton are supported in the market and we will likely finish top half.... challenge for a cup... Moshiri finishes the season with a rousing send off for the Grand Old Lady and requests that Everton do not play at home for August and most of September to ensure that ground is fully ready... for the new long term owner of Everton Football Club.

Mosh sells part of his stake, and Bill and all other shareholders sell theirs to a man who whilst heavily invested in another club without getting a sniff of ownership or control (not even a seat on the Board) - step forward Mr. Alisher Usmanov (net worth $14,400,000,000).... (Abramovich is worth $8.3Bn, Kroenke is worth $7.4Bn). Why could we be so lucky.... one person more than most has helped Usmanov get that number and it was it Farhad Moshiri, together they established and built their respective empires.

Now would we be selling our souls? Well yes we will have to a certain extent ... but we would have a new stadium, very lucrative ownership to help salve our collective consciences as we wallow in our self-effrontery.

Its on my Christmas list....
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Re: Yannick Bolaise

Post  hairy cataract on Tue 06 Dec 2016, 2:24 pm

Da Judge wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:
Statman wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:
Armchair wrote:

Bad news. Hopefully we'll see more of Foo.

You mean: "Bad news we'll see more of Foo" - somehow you let a "hopefully" slip in by mistake.

We were doomed before, now we're even more doomeder.

Let's be honest. We are shit with him. We are shit without him. In my supporting life we've had a good spell of 3 years. In the first year the RS got us chucked out of Europe. In my middle year the RS won our 'double'. After the third year Kendall went to Spain and our team broke up.

Yup, that's my life too.  I want my money back.

I sometimes have entertained this line of thinking..... if we look at the mid late 70s we were always there or thereabouts and we got the bum's rush.... in the noughties we qualified ahead and got screwed over... if we really to wish to vent our bitterness we could point to the "assistance" that the Shoite got as they fell from grace - CL "qualification for coming in top 4 - with the commensurate funding (compared to our assistance for not winning and coming close in the 70s).

But our self-agonising (it is just that not bitterness) harms no-one else but ourselves.

I see a future ahead for Everton. Particularly if we look, as we must, at our Club in the context that it actually is a business.

We now, more than at any other time in our history, have the potential means to revolutionise our DNA and create a new financial base in a new ground. The new ground WILL be built, it is I believe more likely to be on the waterfront than inland (no real insider knowledge) as it allows for a much clearer business model - better logistics, infrastructure.

Fundamentally I think Everton are a decent club they are renowned (usually) for doing things right. BK has certainly built upon that legacy (96 support is the best example, along with EitC, the Academy School, looking after Bill Shankly after he left the RS). I am imagining that the following is feasible...

End of Season 16/17 - Everton announce the location of the new football stadium. BK makes the announcement that his work is done and its time to move aside (he takes a "Doug Ellis" - Life President role). Moshiri assumes the mantle and promises that the playing side will be supported but his primary mission is to deliver the new stadium in time for the 18/19 season.

Season 17/18 - commercial take-up of season tickets is "boosted" with the promise of prioritisation for the new stadium. Everton are supported in the market and we will likely finish top half.... challenge for a cup... Moshiri finishes the season with a rousing send off for the Grand Old Lady and requests that Everton do not play at home for August and most of September to ensure that ground is fully ready... for the new long term owner of Everton Football Club.

Mosh sells part of his stake, and Bill and all other shareholders sell theirs to a man who whilst heavily invested in another club without getting a sniff of ownership or control (not even a seat on the Board) - step forward Mr. Alisher Usmanov (net worth $14,400,000,000).... (Abramovich is worth $8.3Bn, Kroenke is worth $7.4Bn). Why could we be so lucky.... one person more than most has helped Usmanov get that number and it was it Farhad Moshiri, together they established and built their respective empires.

Now would we be selling our souls? Well yes we will have to a certain extent ... but we would have a new stadium, very lucrative ownership to help salve our collective consciences as we wallow in our self-effrontery.

Its on my Christmas list....

I'd like to sign up to this please. Where do I put my name?
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Re: Yannick Bolaise

Post  Barry Horne's Equaliser on Tue 06 Dec 2016, 3:02 pm

Da Judge wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:
Statman wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:
Armchair wrote:

Bad news. Hopefully we'll see more of Foo.

You mean: "Bad news we'll see more of Foo" - somehow you let a "hopefully" slip in by mistake.

We were doomed before, now we're even more doomeder.

Let's be honest. We are shit with him. We are shit without him. In my supporting life we've had a good spell of 3 years. In the first year the RS got us chucked out of Europe. In my middle year the RS won our 'double'. After the third year Kendall went to Spain and our team broke up.

Yup, that's my life too.  I want my money back.

I sometimes have entertained this line of thinking..... if we look at the mid late 70s we were always there or thereabouts and we got the bum's rush.... in the noughties we qualified ahead and got screwed over... if we really to wish to vent our bitterness we could point to the "assistance" that the Shoite got as they fell from grace - CL "qualification for coming in top 4 - with the commensurate funding (compared to our assistance for not winning and coming close in the 70s).

But our self-agonising (it is just that not bitterness) harms no-one else but ourselves.

I see a future ahead for Everton. Particularly if we look, as we must, at our Club in the context that it actually is a business.

We now, more than at any other time in our history, have the potential means to revolutionise our DNA and create a new financial base in a new ground. The new ground WILL be built, it is I believe more likely to be on the waterfront than inland (no real insider knowledge) as it allows for a much clearer business model - better logistics, infrastructure.

Fundamentally I think Everton are a decent club they are renowned (usually) for doing things right. BK has certainly built upon that legacy (96 support is the best example, along with EitC, the Academy School, looking after Bill Shankly after he left the RS). I am imagining that the following is feasible...

End of Season 16/17 - Everton announce the location of the new football stadium. BK makes the announcement that his work is done and its time to move aside (he takes a "Doug Ellis" - Life President role). Moshiri assumes the mantle and promises that the playing side will be supported but his primary mission is to deliver the new stadium in time for the 18/19 season.

Season 17/18 - commercial take-up of season tickets is "boosted" with the promise of prioritisation for the new stadium. Everton are supported in the market and we will likely finish top half.... challenge for a cup... Moshiri finishes the season with a rousing send off for the Grand Old Lady and requests that Everton do not play at home for August and most of September to ensure that ground is fully ready... for the new long term owner of Everton Football Club.

Mosh sells part of his stake, and Bill and all other shareholders sell theirs to a man who whilst heavily invested in another club without getting a sniff of ownership or control (not even a seat on the Board) - step forward Mr. Alisher Usmanov (net worth $14,400,000,000).... (Abramovich is worth $8.3Bn, Kroenke is worth $7.4Bn). Why could we be so lucky.... one person more than most has helped Usmanov get that number and it was it Farhad Moshiri, together they established and built their respective empires.

Now would we be selling our souls? Well yes we will have to a certain extent ... but we would have a new stadium, very lucrative ownership to help salve our collective consciences as we wallow in our self-effrontery.

Its on my Christmas list....

I refer you to STJs avatar and signature. Very Happy

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Post  Super on Fri 16 Dec 2016, 3:30 pm

Everton winger Yannick Bolasie will undergo a second operation on his knee injury in the New Year.

Bolasie, 27, injured his right knee during the Toffees' 1-1 draw with Manchester United on 4 December.

Everton manager Ronald Koeman says the DR Congo international underwent surgery on his torn meniscus on Thursday.

"Now he has to wait for nine to 10 weeks before surgery on his anterior cruciate ligament," the Dutchman said.

Koeman says Bolasie, who joined Everton from Crystal Palace in a £25m deal in August, is likely to be sidelined "for a long time" and will definitely miss his country's Africa Cup of Nations campaign, which starts in Gabon next month.

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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Fri 16 Dec 2016, 3:35 pm

Super wrote:Everton winger Yannick Bolasie will undergo a second operation on his knee injury in the New Year.

Bolasie, 27, injured his right knee during the Toffees' 1-1 draw with Manchester United on 4 December.

Everton manager Ronald Koeman says the DR Congo international underwent surgery on his torn meniscus on Thursday.

"Now he has to wait for nine to 10 weeks before surgery on his anterior cruciate ligament," the Dutchman said.

Koeman says Bolasie, who joined Everton from Crystal Palace in a £25m deal in August, is likely to be sidelined "for a long time" and will definitely miss his country's Africa Cup of Nations campaign, which starts in Gabon next month.

hope she's well insured Mad
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Post  Yankthattoffee on Fri 16 Dec 2016, 3:44 pm

I really didn't see how this injury happened.
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Post  Lumper on Fri 16 Dec 2016, 6:47 pm

Yankthattoffee wrote:I really didn't see how this injury happened.

Martial tackled Bolaise from behind. It wasn't really a malicious tackle but we should have got at least a free kick out of it.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Wed 04 Jan 2017, 7:31 pm

Everton winger out for possibly a year

No No affraid affraid

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Post  Super on Wed 04 Jan 2017, 7:32 pm

Everton winger Yannick Bolasie could be out for a year with a knee injury, says manager Ronald Koeman.

Bolasie, 27, injured his right knee during the Toffees' 1-1 draw with Manchester United on 4 December.

Dutch manager Koeman said on Wednesday: "It will be around 11-12 months before he is back. That is a big disappointment but he will come back."

Bolasie is due to have a second operation - on his anterior cruciate ligament - in the coming weeks.
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