The Liverpool FC Forum > General Football and Sport

Frankie de Tory Goes to Booolywood. Relax, Don't Boo It. Whenyawannavanderbeekit

<< < (1333/3511) > >>


--- Quote from: Barefoot Doctor on January 23, 2022, 08:08:39 pm ---Vitor Pereira the new front runner.

--- End quote ---

Wasn't he the manager most of them wanted a few years ago when he was linked with them?


--- Quote from: The G in Gerrard on January 23, 2022, 07:48:20 pm ---Saw Baines is top Premier League assist maker from defence (our lads catching up). - they going to do a trophy or statue for it or something?

--- End quote ---

It helped that half their goals under Moyes came from corners and free kicks.


--- Quote from: Tesco tearaway on January 23, 2022, 07:54:57 pm ---Wayne Rooney has spoken about being linked to the Everton job...

--- End quote ---

 ;D ;D

Red Berry:

--- Quote from: rafathegaffa83 on January 23, 2022, 05:33:11 pm ---To be fair, same thing happened after they sacked Koeman. They wanted someone in quick and eight games later ended up with Allardyce. They sacked Silva and three weeks later somehow ended up with Ancelotti. They wanted Nuno and after not being able to get him ended up with Rafa. I do think that they'll have someone in by next weekend, because the results around them will have the panic stations going full tilt.

They aren't going down this season. Their good start and the shite around them will prevent that. But they have to be looking at clubs like Wolves, Southampton, Brighton and Palace, all doing better them (and the latter looked nailed on for relegation with most of their players out of contract and issues replacing Hodgson) while spending far less over the last few seasons and thinking how have we lost the plot so quickly. Like anyone who has experienced working in a toxic working environment, the constant negativity can't help.

--- End quote ---

Thing is, they're more likely to panic sign any old manager in their desperation. And that increases the likelihood of that manager not being a good fit for them, or being very much a short term option - after which they'll have to go through this all over again in the summer.

I agree Everton typically get enough points on the board early enough for them to cope when the wheels come off, but this season feels different, and you can tell that lot sense it also. There's probably only a one in five chance it could happen this year, but there is a real sense of dread building around that club; that things are starting to get bad, that it's not theoretical anymore, and that nobody in charge has managed to come up with a plan to deal with it.

Red Berry:

--- Quote from: Gaz123456 on January 23, 2022, 06:08:57 pm ---Everton haven't had a semi for donkeys years

--- End quote ---

Ironic, seeing as the last time they were in a semi they were put out by a donkey.


[0] Message Index

[#] Next page

[*] Previous page

Go to full version