Sam Allardyce

So, what next?

  • IN. Give him a chance and see what he can do?

    Votes: 79 8.3%
  • OUT. Thanks but no thanks. See Ya?

    Votes: 758 79.5%
  • As ever. Cheese on Toast

    Votes: 23 2.4%
  • Er, I am a bit scared of us Evertoning this right up.

    Votes: 93 9.8%

  • Total voters
    953
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daza_1973

Player Valuation: £70m
If we lose today - FS becomes only the second manager to lose 200 premier league games, behind another crook old wobbly head Redknapp.
 

davids

Player Valuation: £50m
Buts that's nonsense, anyone could beat the likes of Huddersfield and swansea at home.
The only enjoyable matches since fat Sam was appointed was the ones he had nothing to do with, west ham and in Cyprus.
Watford 1 Huddersfield Town 4. Swansea also won at Watford and at Palace. At home managed to beat the rs and Arsenal,a trick we consistantly fail to manage whoever we have in charge.
 

ToffeeTim

Player Valuation: £70m
But not Walcott? Unsworth would have seen us facing a real six pointer next week at Swansea.
Nope. We'd be in a very similar position if he'd stayed. His points per game ratio significantly trumps Donald Allardyce, albeit over a short period. Our home form was always fine. There's no way we were going down unless you like to indulge in nonsensical revisionism.
 

chrismpw

Player Valuation: £50m
Just read an article where FS was complaining to the press that just because Instagram, Facebook, Twitter etc are dissenting voices about his skills at Everton, it doesn't mean that the majority of fans are against him.

So the logic is .... All those who don't use social media must love him.

Fella's in a world of his own!
 

mightymoyes

Player Valuation: £60m
Watford 1 Huddersfield Town 4. Swansea also won at Watford and at Palace. At home managed to beat the rs and Arsenal,a trick we consistantly fail to manage whoever we have in charge.
Not really, we beat arsenal at home under both Koeman and Martinez
 

davids

Player Valuation: £50m
Nope. We'd be in a very similar position if he'd stayed. His points per game ratio significantly trumps Donald Allardyce, albeit over a short period. Our home form was always fine. There's no way we were going down unless you like to indulge in nonsensical revisionism.
Bit like the Lukaku goals meant nothing, and we still would have finished 7th discussion.It's something we'll never know.But I think it's fair to assume that the players were in a better position once a permanent manager was in place whoever it was.The fact it was Allardyce was really down to the fact there was no real alternative available at the time (or at least not one who was interested enough to take on the job).
 

ToffeeTim

Player Valuation: £70m
Bit like the Lukaku goals meant nothing, and we still would have finished 7th discussion.It's something we'll never know.But I think it's fair to assume that the players were in a better position once a permanent manager was in place whoever it was.The fact it was Allardyce was really down to the fact there was no real alternative available at the time (or at least not one who was interested enough to take on the job).
Yet more fake news.

Silva was so desperate to join he threw one of the biggest hissies ever seen in football, so much that he tanked the rest of his tenure at Watford.
 

davids

Player Valuation: £50m
Yet more fake news.

Silva was so desperate to join he threw one of the biggest hissies ever seen in football, so much that he tanked the rest of his tenure at Watford.
Failing to deny= hissy? And the fact that he "tanked" his remaining games...or maybe Watford are just poor? All guesswork really.
 
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