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  1. windymiller

    Graham sharp rat or hero

    Had his poster on my wall as a kid, but he's now part of the cabal destroying this club and has personally briefed against the fans in the media. Voted Rat (although, I confess, I didn't fully understand all of the options!).
  2. windymiller

    Sean Dyche

    Those four games are absolutely crucial. It's so gutting that we made an utter pigs ear out of the Wolves, Brighton, Southampton, West Ham run of games. That was another glorious opportunity spurned. Hopefully, we're better placed for this next run of potentially winnable games.
  3. windymiller

    Relegation 2022/23

    22 points to go!
  4. windymiller

    Sean Dyche

    Listen mate, if you want to constantly harp on about something that happened almost 40 years ago, fill your boots. It has no relevance to what's happening now. Zero. Goodison is a museum because it appears to be packed with fossils. I want this club to embrace modernity and move on. That's got...
  5. windymiller

    Sean Dyche

    Wanting success is looking to the future. We're not going to get it by trying to replicate something we did in the past. Football has moved on and so should we. Likewise, expecting success simply because we had some in the past is for fools. The club have to make it happen by having an actual...
  6. windymiller

    Sean Dyche

    Dyche should be showing them this before every game for motivation. Sky Sports think you're a joke, are you a joke, show them you're not a joke.
  7. windymiller

    Sean Dyche

    I hate this crap. We shouldn't constantly be looking to the past, we should be building something for now not harking back to a bygone era. All of our current players weren't born in the 80s, it has no relevance now.
  8. windymiller

    Sean Dyche

    Not in the least surprising, though. Shame it was anonymous or those two could have been asked to clear out their lockers, Niasse style.
  9. windymiller

    Sean Dyche

    Honestly, the board should give the directors box to local fan groups, kids park teams, local charities until the end of the season and just stay well clear. Then hopefully they can sell up and [inappropriate language removed] off in the summer. They won't do any of that, of course.
  10. windymiller

    Sean Dyche

    "Younger" then maybe, "young" is still a stretch. Mind you that would make me "very young", which as a man in his 40s nobody has called me in a very long time! I've talked myself into it, Sean Dyche is indeed a young David Moyes.
  11. windymiller

    Sean Dyche

    They don't believe it, Chico, they're still in the denial phase of grief.
  12. windymiller

    Sean Dyche

    Mr Dyche?
  13. windymiller

    2022/23 Dominic Calvert-Lewin

    All of our eggs in the Dominic Calvert-Lewin basket once again. Not going to end well.
  14. windymiller

    Could/should Dyche walk after last night

    There's no pressure on Dyche. None. If we go down now, after zero investment despite being joint bottom, nobody's blaming Dyche. Easiest job in football. He's either a genius or he was badly let down in the eyes of 99.9% of press, pundits, fans of other clubs at the end of the season...
  15. windymiller

    Could/should Dyche walk after last night

    Mate, we need wins. A minimum of 6 but realistically 7 in a team that doesn't score goals with a manager whose teams don't score goals (teams managed by Dyche average less than a goal a game - and we have no reliable forwards). I'm sure Dyche will get us a few draws, maybe even against Arsenal...
  16. windymiller

    The Everton Board Thread

    My bet is that the Leicester owners are doing that to clear the decks for a sale of their own.
  17. windymiller

    Official Club media thread

    Do we still have club media? Asking for a friend.
  18. windymiller

    Could/should Dyche walk after last night

    What use are draws to us now? It's you who's looking for small victories, my friend.
  19. windymiller

    Could/should Dyche walk after last night

    He could be completely unsuccessful here and still walk away with more money than you and I will earn in our lifetimes combined. If he fails here the media narrative will be that he had no chance and when a current mid-table side are in the mire next year, he'll slip straight in to that gig. No...
  20. windymiller

    Could/should Dyche walk after last night

    No chance. He knew what he was walking into and he's getting paid handsomely for a job with zero expectations. There's loads on here already absolving Dyche from any responsibility if we go down. He hasn't managed one game for us yet and people are already saying "well, what could be do"...
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