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Africa's team

Discussion in 'Everton Forum' started by johnnydawg68, Jul 13, 2017.

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  1. johnnydawg68

    johnnydawg68 Chairperson, People's Front of Saint Domingo Forum Supporter

    With our new sponsor and this trip, I can see us putting some marketing muscle into capturing as much market share in Sub-continental Africa. I'm not really sure if any other football clubs have put a ton of resources in the African market but with countries like Senegal and Kenya expected to experience growth rates higher than 6 percent, and literally millions of potential supporters/customers as the middle class grows, it seems an obvious place to turn the data analytics boys to, and start selling shirts, package tours, licensing deals, TV deals etc.

    Wouldn't be surprised at all to make a pre-season trip to Africa a yearly or semi-annual thing, especially as long as we have some African players in the side like Gana and Bolasie. You saw how the people went nuts for Bolasie, and he's from the DRC.

    This may seem crass to the old school supporters, but this is modern football and if we want to be up there with United and Chelsea and City and some other team that plays in red, we have to carve out commercial opportunities where they make sense, and this makes total sense.

    Obviously we still want to stay big in Runcorn as well.
     
  2. tim gabbott

    tim gabbott Player Valuation: £15m

  3. sageyefc

    sageyefc Player Valuation: £70m

    Need to win stuff
     
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  4. Ameen

    Ameen Player Valuation: £500k

    We just won the inaugural "SportPesa Super Cup"
     
  5. johnnydawg68

    johnnydawg68 Chairperson, People's Front of Saint Domingo Forum Supporter

    Don't see that one in the RS trophy cabinet now do you?
     
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  6. Blue83

    Blue83 Player Valuation: £1m

    DRC shares its border with Tanzania so it's no wonder some of the fans of him made the trip over to show some support
     
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  7. Ameen

    Ameen Player Valuation: £500k

    It's a 64 hour drive from Kinshasha to Dar Es Salaam. Bring the garys
     
  8. Blue83

    Blue83 Player Valuation: £1m

    Maybe they took the train or flew over ? Long drive, puts in perspective just how big the continent of Africa is
     
  9. johnnydawg68

    johnnydawg68 Chairperson, People's Front of Saint Domingo Forum Supporter

    Couple of six packs, some greatest hits CDs and it's a lovely road trip.
     
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  10. Paulie

    Paulie Player Valuation: £6m

    Pride and place next to the brotherhood cup.
     
  11. Eggs

    Eggs Player Valuation: £70m Forum Supporter

    ..the world's a small place, if they're decent they're known but I'm all for getting in before the opposition.
     
  12. dead_soft

    dead_soft Player Valuation: £15m

    Yeah, it's great, let's make sure we get as much money out of Africa and bombard them until they support our good European teams
     
  13. AdamEFC

    AdamEFC Эвертон Forum Supporter

    We've never been any good at this, missed plenty of opportunities down the years with Cahill, Howard and Pienaar who was the Captain of South Africa when they had the World Cup. Hopefully Moshiri can sort this out.
     
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  14. mightymoyes

    mightymoyes Player Valuation: £35m

    think i seen a good few man utd shirts in the crowd, we're too late.
     
  15. Khalekan

    Khalekan Player Valuation: £70m


    Some of them had a makeshift placard "thanking Wazza" for all "the memories" :cool:
     
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