Discussion in 'Everton Forum' started by brieverton, Jan 7, 2018.
Are you serious people
I know, but it will do
Yes. Compared to the way things looked, a few months ago, im very pleased
Just to be certain are you still being serious
Well what we have to work with is the question that needs to be asked!
- Who exactly is responsible for us starting the season without a striker & only one (ageing) Left Back?
- Given the above, what exactly was our “Director of Football” doing all season? Why didn’t we have these players signed up before 1st Jan?
- Who exactly does our transfer negotiations, because it’s quite clear they’re unfit for purpose.
It really won’t.
On what basis? Their keeper didn't have a save to make all game. We worked hard, it wasn't enough.
Perhaps for once, more of our fans should look at ourselves and what we did wrong rather than put the cup exit soley on the referee.
None of the above will unfortunately get a mention.
I want to hear what the real plan is and what goals will be achieved over the next 12 months. When a boyhood blue runs down his contract the time for more BS is over.
Anyone else confused by the fact that we have taken out a 60 million pound overdraft, and a recent 15 million pound loan, despite us being told that Moshiri has also loaned us 150 million pound? And this follows over 150 million pound in player sales, the biggest TV deal in history, and a 15 million pound a year sponsorship of Finch Farm?
I guess it must have all gone on the revolutionary progress that we are all witnessing on the pitch.
we honestly cant remember what we had for breakfast this morning, let alone plan out a whole years worth of events!
I fear you’re right.
Stage management being Kenwright’s only area of competence.
a lot of it in compensation to useless managers and big new shiny contracts for repalcements
Not entirely, I still want him gone, though.
I think we all are but we have a board that seemingly equate buying shares with investing in the club so I suspect he has done what accontants do, count the same money in different columns to make it seem more.
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