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Fellaini wants Champions League football

20/04/2012 | Comments (74)
Marouane Fellaini is rumoured to be considering his future at Goodison Park, with both Arsenal and Chelsea believed to be interested in the player.

According to a report on Goal.com, the Belgian midfielder has growing concerns about the aspirations of the club and is worried about uncertainty surrounding David Moyes future.

Despite signing a new five-year deal with the Toffees in November, Goal claim that he will consider a move to a top four side, with both Arsenal and Chelsea though to be monitoring his progress.

Original Source: Goal.com

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Ian Corky
825   Posted 20/04/2012 at 15:24:34

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Sell the lanky streak of bone bastard idle piss to the highest bidder! The times I have watched him slowly trot back towards our box from the middle when we are being attached is fucking insulting. One Lazy Bastard.
Bob Keegan
827   Posted 20/04/2012 at 15:36:39

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Ian, spot on. The amount of times this midfielder gives away possession is criminal. If he wants out, let him him go and sign a player who can at least pass a fucking ball.
Kevin Sparke
828   Posted 20/04/2012 at 15:46:30

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What are we being 'attached' to?
Lee Hind
830   Posted 20/04/2012 at 15:50:36

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A definite loss to the side....but hey, it's all Moyes fault anyway...doesn't really matter who we sell or buy...
Danny Kewley
831   Posted 20/04/2012 at 15:39:56

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He has undoubtedly got wagonloads of skill and the aggression needed for a top midfielder , just think what he could be like if he was a grafter in the true end to end style ! like Ian said he is one lazy bastard-- so get some decent money for him and get a couple of players-- providing of course the money was in a transfer kitty --- somehow i think not !
Mike McIlroy
833   Posted 20/04/2012 at 15:48:32

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Ian - stop sitting on the fence mate, say it from the heart for god's sake!
Have to agree when he wants to play he is class but I would imagine his head will be turned with Arsenal a likely destination for him. As well as Lazy he's clearly a thick twat for signing in November - there's not alot different about where we are now from then?? However, sell him for as much as possible and maybe his current contract will help with that.
Jeremy Benson
834   Posted 20/04/2012 at 15:50:28

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It's just a nothing story. Papers will be full of all this sort of stuff over the summer break.
Danny Jones
835   Posted 20/04/2012 at 15:54:22

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Not news. Just a rehash of previous 'not news'.
Dave Lynch
841   Posted 20/04/2012 at 16:00:24

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When he resigned it was with the agreement that he could talk to other interested parties if anyone came in for him after 1 season.

Otherwise he could have walked on a free, which is something we couldn't risk a he is one of our top rated players money wise.

Expect him to go in the summer.
Terry McLavey
844   Posted 20/04/2012 at 16:13:44

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Kevin (#828), I laughed 'till my eyes watered! We need a laugh at the moment! Exiled Merseysider (Cornwall) still miss the rapier wit! (Although you'll probably tell me you live some where else!) Thanks anyway! made my day!!
Michael Summers
845   Posted 20/04/2012 at 16:05:46

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I am sure he won't be the only one attracting intrest from other clubs... and let's be honest about him, he gives you one good game out of every five. So, if we can get a decent price for him, let him go and get someone in who will run his bollocks off for you.

Or finally give Barkley his big chance and give him an extended run in team and stop coming out with the shit about bringing him on and looking after him; get him in now! What have we to lose? COYB.
Shaun Brennan
854   Posted 20/04/2012 at 16:36:07

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Would Arsenal swap Alex Song for Fellani? I wouldn't.
Andrew Laird
855   Posted 20/04/2012 at 16:38:10

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I am sure I read that Fellaini covers more ground during games than any other Everton player, how is he lazy?
Paul David
860   Posted 20/04/2012 at 16:39:31

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I think some people are being a bit harsh on Fellaini but if we get offered the chance to make a bit of profit,sell him.
Denis Richardson
864   Posted 20/04/2012 at 16:44:02

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If the offer is good enough (min 10-12m) tehn get rid. If Chelsea are involved aim for 15m at least and free up 75k on the wage bill. Reinvest and get 3-4 players if poss,

If Moyes also (hopefully goes) thats another 65k a weekl freed up, althouhg a portion will need to go to the new manager.

Doesn't matter if he's lazy or not, I think the guy's wages make him too expensive to keep hold of! If he goes to a better tea, goo luck to him.
Phil Bellis
865   Posted 20/04/2012 at 16:47:38

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Paul
and just where do you think the "bit of profit" will go?
Brian Williams
866   Posted 20/04/2012 at 16:48:38

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So according to Gobshite.com Felli wants away.....thus begins the namecalling and slagging of one of our few outstanding players, a player with the potential to get better and better.

Is nobody safe from the bile and negativity all too easily thrown about recently?

Some of you'd go on a date with Kylie Mynogue and slag her coz she didn't get the beers in.....

Unbelievable!

Paul David
867   Posted 20/04/2012 at 16:55:13

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Phil if you mean the banks will take some,so what.The debt needs paying off and this is the best way to do it.Sell players in their prime,give the bank 25% of the fee received and use the other 75% to buy a replacement,hopefully on less wages as well.
Andrew Laird
871   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:02:51

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Fellaini presse the opposition more than any other Everton player and is in the top 1% for distance covered by Premier league players during matches:

http://theexecutionersbong.wordpress.com/2012/03/01/is-marouane-fellaini-the-top-flights-most-aggressive-midfielder

he is apparently lazy according to some who obviously have no idea what they are talking about.
Phil Bellis
875   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:10:20

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Fair point Paul but I fear the percentage world be t'other way round, if it didn't all go to reduce whichever of the debts is most pressing
Newcastle have shown how selling to bolster the squad CAN work but I'll be inerested to see how they go on next season
Jeremy Benson
876   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:17:58

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Phil,

newcastle could reasonably bolster their squad because they got a laughable 35 million for a very average striker. I very much doubt we are going to get 35 million for anichebe in the summer.

Paul David
877   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:15:19

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Phil you could well be right but I have said before that we should of been doing this a few years a go when their was less pressure from the banks.I find it hard to believe that the banks wouldnt have give BK a warning in advance to sort the debts out that or they would take financial decisions out of his hands.
Ray Roche
879   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:11:30

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Brian Williams@866

Brian, nobody IS safe from the bile that pours from the terraces when a player's career begins to slow and fails to reach the heights it once did. Alex Young, Alan Ball, Peter Reid, Colin Harvey, Nevillt Southall, all these true legends have felt the ire of the fans once their age catches up with them. You only have to read the shite some so called fans on here use when referring to Cahill, a man whose only crime is to begin to get past his best.
Phil Bellis
880   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:19:51

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Nice one, Jeremy but you never know, if dees udder yanks give KK another 100 million...
Steve Smith
882   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:16:16

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Thank you, Brian 866 and Andrew 871.
I'm sometimes amazed at peoples opinions of certain players, mine is that we would be a much poorer side without Fellaini in it.
I can understand his ambition, and hoped his signing of the new contract meant that he believed the club shared this, maybe he realises like the rest of us, that some out with old and in with the new is required urgently.
Jeremy Benson
885   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:24:51

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I still find myself laughing out loud that dogleash bought spent 105 million and actually didn't improve their squad one bit.
Kevin Sparke
888   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:27:17

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Alex Young - over-rated... needed the Moyes touch to make him a decent player

Moyes: 'Alex... Track Back!... Track Back!... TRAAAACK BAAAACK!'... Oh...Good goal...

Felliani - probably the only world class midfielder in our side... would shine at Arsenal or Chelsea.
Paul David
889   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:31:44

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Ray so what your saying is we should be happy about Cahill's non appearance on the pitch for the last 18 months because he used to be good.
Gavin Ramejkis
890   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:34:42

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Up to the PE teacher ruining the semi and pushing him up front with Jelavic he was holding the ugly dwarf version of Shrek and Creasehead quite well. (Spearing and Stevie Me Laa)
Eugene Ruane
891   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:34:22

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"...and is worried about uncertainty surrounding David Moyes future".

ie: He might NOT fuck off.
Ray Roche
894   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:40:32

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No, Paul, I'm not saying that we should be happy to see a man who has been a terrific player for Everton struggle. I think the blame should be placed where it lies. With the man who picks him. And who continues to pick him when all the world and his dog can see he knackered and in desperate need of a rest. Cahill has never hid, run himself into the ground and always tried his best when wearing a blue shirt. He's always talked the club up and been a great ambassador for us.
And every decent Everton fan should think about what some players have done for the club instead of getting on their back as soon as they can. Some of the rubbish I hear shouted from the braindead gobshites behind me in the Street End is worthy of our friends from across the park.
Ray Roche
895   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:47:25

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Eugene, nice one..
Paul David
901   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:48:38

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Ray I too blame Moyes for picking Cahill week in week out when he is clearly not upto the job.That doesnt mean Cahill should be immune from criticism when it is him putting them performances in.

You obviously rate Cahill highly as do a hell of a lot of Evertonians,me on the other hand have always thought he was an average player who got by on scoring goals so maybe thats why I dont think he should be blameless for his own performances.
Ray Roche
903   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:58:33

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Paul

"got by on scoring goals".....priceless.
Dan San
906   Posted 20/04/2012 at 16:51:35

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We'll get 25 million minimum now he's signed a contract, thats why it was important we got him to sign and why we should be grateful to him, it wasnt a case of him being thick it was a case of him being nice. Sometimes I wonder whether any of you lot have a clue at all.

About him being lazy I can see what you mean about the runs back to box but some of his tackles where he catches up with players advancing are world class, I'm sure if he was capable of running faster and wasn't then the manager would let him know...
Shaun Traynor
907   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:50:48

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Kenwright out, Moyes out... and now Fellaini out?! I know we lost the semi-final and it hurt us, but seriously some of you need to get a grip.

Fellaini, along with Johnny H and Baines, have been our best players for the whole season. Soon you will be saying sell everyone of them. Just think about what you are wishing for... look at Villa, Portsmouth, Leeds, Blackburn etc etc. We have a very good team, we just need a couple of additions in key areas and I am supporter, so I do look through rose-tinted glasses as I always want the best and hope for the best and that best is not selling Fellaini.

The final thing............goal.com?! Such a reliable source, especially after Fellaini just came out saying he wants the club to spend this summer. Goal.com put 2 + 2 together and come up 57! Proud to be a Blue!!
Ray Roche
908   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:59:40

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OK, Paul, a more considered response. You're right, I do rate Cahill highly, but not on his form for much of this season. He has, though, managed to raise his game since the arrival of Jelavic and to underline that statement I think I'm right in saying that the Toffeeweb poll the other week had him as the player most fans wanted as a partner for Jelavic.
Whatever you think of him, and you are clearly not his biggest fan, you have to admit that he always gives 100%, whether it's good enough is a moot point, but I repeat, Moyes picks him. Getting on his back is going to do what, exactly? Make him perform better? Tell you what, let's get a few dozen of the lads in your bedroom offering..er..advice.. in the thirty seconds you're performing and see how well YOU do.


That's a joke, by the way.
I've heard it's at least a minute.


Paul David
910   Posted 20/04/2012 at 18:04:14

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I knew that was coming Ray thats why I got myself prepared,i'm sure Evertonians think he has scored more goals than he actually has because we've been a low scoring team it always seems like Cahill is constantly scoring winners.The fact is though that in 8 seasons(including this one) Cahill has scored on average less than 7 league goals a season.Not a bad record for a midfielder but its hardly Lampard or Gerrard.
Eugene Ruane
912   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:43:18

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Ray (879) - You say..

"Alex Young, Alan Ball, Peter Reid, Colin Harvey, Neville Southall, all these true legends have felt the ire of the fans once their age catches up with them".

True and no it's not nice, but..that's ALWAYS been the way of the (football) world.

(maybe harder on the names you mention as they had all won trophies, plus Cahill probably makes in a week what they made in a year).

But if you think supporters are harsh, according to Liverpool players in the 60s, if you got injured, you were dead to Shankly, he wouldn't look at you or speak to you.

Think their supporters gave a fuck when they started winning stuff?

These days (especially with the obscene amounts they're paid) I don't give a fuck who's feelings might get hurt.

By the way, you think Cahill will ever spend one second of his life worrying about how I feel? (nb: or you!).

He seems like a decent enough feller but he's set for life and if there's someone younger/better/fitter, get them in and fuck him off.

As for Fellaini, hope we keep him as I think he's a good player, but won't be surprised if he goes as we are going nowhere.

Brian Williams - 866.

Just so you know, Kylie DID get the ale in (no dice with the wrong'un though).



Shaun Traynor
914   Posted 20/04/2012 at 17:50:48

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Kenwright out, Moyes out... and now Fellaini out?! I know we lost the semi-final and it hurt us, but seriously some of you need to get a grip.

Fellaini, along with Johnny H and Baines, have been our best players for the whole season. Soon you will be saying sell everyone of them. Just think about what you are wishing for... look at Villa, Portsmouth, Leeds, Blackburn etc etc. We have a very good team, we just need a couple of additions in key areas and I am supporter, so I do look through rose-tinted glasses as I always want the best and hope for the best and that best is not selling Fellaini.

The final thing............goal.com?! Such a reliable source, especially after Fellaini just came out saying he wants the club to spend this summer. Goal.com put 2 + 2 together and come up 57! Proud to be a Blue!!
Paul David
915   Posted 20/04/2012 at 18:11:52

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Ray I have never question Cahill's commitment,I wish every player was like him in that respect,as for getting on his back,I do that on here not at the game (well only to myself not out loud).

As for the poll I think that was mis-leading because it asked who should play in the hole behind Jelavic yet most of the options were strikers and not suitable to that role.
Paul David
917   Posted 20/04/2012 at 18:21:49

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And Ray I often take on a few lads on in my bedroom after a saturday night in Garlands.
James Carroll
918   Posted 20/04/2012 at 18:25:12

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Good.
Never liked him. Never rated him.
We could probably get 15 + mil for him.
Bring it on.
Ray Roche
919   Posted 20/04/2012 at 18:18:34

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Eugene,

It's fair comment that todays players make obscene amounts of money, but, would any of us turn it down? Thought not...
I do have a bit of a problem when fans turn on players who have done so well for us and if you've ever played the game at ANY level you will be well aware that no-one makes a mistake, misses the target etc. on purpose. Cahills loss of form is regrettable but it's life. It happens. And if that's the case, take him out of the firing line. Drop him. But don't subject him to the sort of vitriol that pours from the terraces from some of our knobhead supporters. Sadly, it HAS always been the way of the world, but it doesn't make it right.

Paul.

I think the options were more of a mixture, with Osman etc. included, but he was still regarded as our best option to partner Jelavic.
In the hole? I can think of a couple deep enough for Vic..

Right, a pepper steak and bottle of Merlot await, have a good evening, lads.
Chris Matheson
920   Posted 20/04/2012 at 18:16:06

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Paul at 867 says

"The debt needs paying off and this is the best way to do it"

All well and good Paul but this won't affect the REASON for the debt, which is gross mismanagement and visionless, witless leadership.

We sell Maestro Fellaini. That staves off the bank for another six months or a year but the overall debt will keep growing until we get a board of professionals in charge as opposed to the mixture of parasites fromother clubs and gentlemen amateurs that we now have.

Selling Maestro is a short term stop gap. It does not address the underlying issue.
Ray Roche
921   Posted 20/04/2012 at 18:28:56

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Paul, just seen your last comment. What does yer missus think about you taking your mates to watch?
Paul David
922   Posted 20/04/2012 at 18:29:27

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Ray your wrong again,there is hole in the pits of hell deep enough for Anichebe.
Paul David
923   Posted 20/04/2012 at 18:31:35

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Garland's is a gay club Ray.Now you might know what i meant (its just a joke though honest).
Paul David
924   Posted 20/04/2012 at 18:33:43

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Chris everything you say is true but as it stands BK is going no where so untill that white knight turns up I dont see any other way of trying to get the club back in the black.
David Hallwood
944   Posted 20/04/2012 at 19:55:36

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So now we know that Ray Roache a) doesn't live in Merseyside or b) doesn't get out much
Paul David
947   Posted 20/04/2012 at 20:04:08

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Or a regular in Garlands and trying to hide the fact.
Ray Roche
965   Posted 20/04/2012 at 18:18:34

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Eugene,

It's fair comment that todays players make obscene amounts of money, but, would any of us turn it down? Thought not...

I do have a bit of a problem when fans turn on players who have done so well for us and if you've ever played the game at ANY level, you will be well aware that no-one makes a mistake, misses the target etc on purpose. Cahill's loss of form is regrettable but it's life. It happens. And if that's the case, take him out of the firing line. Drop him. But don't subject him to the sort of vitriol that pours from the terraces from some of our nobhead supporters. Sadly, it HAS always been the way of the world, but it doesn't make it right.

Paul.

I think the options were more of a mixture, with Osman etc. included, but he was still regarded as our best option to partner Jelavic. In the hole? I can think of a couple deep enough for Vic..

Right, a pepper steak and bottle of Merlot await, have a good evening, lads.
Ray Roche
967   Posted 20/04/2012 at 21:29:17

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'Ere..'ERE...
David Halewood, it's Roche, not Roache, and it wasn't called "Merseyside" when I was born in Roby, before I emigrated to North Wales in 1972.

In the words of the great Jimmy Buffet, "Some people claim that there's a woman to blame". And I get out loads. But never to Garlands.

Paul, haven't I seen you mincing along Goodison Rd on match days?

Obviously, the Merlot is now history, hence the stutter.
Ian Smitham
993   Posted 20/04/2012 at 22:51:17

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Ian Cork # 825,thanks for your opinions. However, just wondered how they sit with the input of Andrew #871 ?

Bearing in mind your obvious disrespect of an Everton player in the foul and abusive words you utter I can only assume that you have no idea whatever about the player or football.

Credibility - Nil
Paul David
019   Posted 21/04/2012 at 01:44:19

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Excuse me, Ray, I never mince down Goodison Road, I'm in the Upper Bullens.
Ray Roche
036   Posted 21/04/2012 at 10:14:56

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Paul Mincypoos David.

Sorry, Miss.
Brian Waring
044   Posted 21/04/2012 at 10:58:46

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Not being funny Kevin, but "World class"?
Anthony Fielding
057   Posted 21/04/2012 at 11:48:57

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Bit bemused by the slating of Felli here?!? He's our best player (not including Pienaar) by a long way! He covers loads of ground, breaks up opposition play, and is virtually impossible to shrug off the ball. Some people on here have a different view of the game from their seat to what I have!
Stephen Kenny
070   Posted 21/04/2012 at 12:32:15

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If he was more composed in front of goal I'd say he's the most influential in the league and liken him to Toure.

That's the only aspect of his game mssing. On form, which he has been for most of this season, he's absolute class and dominates games seemingly alone.

I really don't understand the criticism of him. By far our best, and most valuable, player.
Brian Waring
076   Posted 21/04/2012 at 13:11:51

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Stephen, I think he is a good player, and has shown glimpses of the quality he posseses to go on and be a top player. But, "World Class" as Kevin points out, is way off the mark, for me, the "World Class" label is bandied about too readily.

IMO, he isn't consistent enough, can be clumsy and lazy. He has yet to prove it on the European and world stage. He is still a young lad so could go on and do it, but "World Class" is way, way off.
Jem Traynor
085   Posted 21/04/2012 at 15:00:32

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Come on! Anyone callig Fellaini lazy is obviously not seeing the whole picture! He's still young in footy terms, 24, and runs himself into the ground in matches!

When he's seen trotting back when there's an attack going in against us, it's because he's pulled his bollocks out during all the time before and therefore couldn't see out a game in that way. Also, don't forget we bought him for 15 mil and we would want to get more back so, unless Chelsea/Arsenal want to pay us more, because he IS now a better player (full stop!), it aint worth selling him!

I know one thing for sure: it's going to be an iteresting close season.
Jem Traynor
089   Posted 21/04/2012 at 15:30:38

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By the way, don't mention white knights when it comes to Everton! We might just get KKK turning up asking us if we would like a loan to buy players!
Jem Traynor
090   Posted 21/04/2012 at 15:34:54

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Eugene, I'm right with you when you talk about players who are now past it! When they are too old or start to slow down, then it's sorry but it's time to move on... and we should have replacements there to take over when it does happen!

Again, why should we sympathise when this time comes?? The money they are on! Jesus, wake up, they are living ? literally! ? living a dream! So move on and we all solemnly hope you enjoy the rest of your life!

Fellaini, though I like him, I think if we do sell we should be looking at 20 mil easy!!!
James Stewart
150   Posted 21/04/2012 at 17:50:06

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He has massive potential and will outgrow us pretty fast so it's to be expected really.
James Martin
156   Posted 21/04/2012 at 18:34:54

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You could sell him and Rodwell and reinvest the money like Newcastle have done, would we be any worse? Not one bit.

Ian is exactly right, we won't win anything when our central midifeld pairing are the slowest in the league. At least Gibson understands the notion of a quick forward pass. Our football is slow, lethargic and negative because Fellaini sets the tempo and that's all he does. Backwards passes that he rolls his foot over to make as slow as possible that are usually behind the full back.

We could have had a midfield three of Osman, Pienaar and Arteta over the recent years. Instead, I've had to watch this footballer serve up years of slow sideways passing with our entire game plan built around his ability to head away goal kicks. He won't play for Arsenal because they don't take players without pace.

Those same stats that show he presses also showed he's passed more than any player in the Everton team. Also where does this pressing take place? From what I've seen, it's never remotely near where it should be, it's usually around the edge of the area and often coming in from behind for a foul.

The sooner he's gone the better in my opinion.
Ian Glassey
173   Posted 21/04/2012 at 18:46:16

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To me we have 2 players who would walk in to any prem team.. Baines and Felli and we will be fucked with out them. Felli covers more ground then people think 2 strides and he is halfway down the pitch. He is a powerhouse at both ends of the pitch, but if someone offers 20mill we have to sell.. But if we are to sign a class player then that costs money and big wages...
Ian Glassey
179   Posted 21/04/2012 at 19:50:26

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Sorry forgot to put my bit in about Cahill. The man is a legend 100% blue gives everything but has not been at his best this season. He needs a break and for so called fans to get off his back..
Paul David
182   Posted 21/04/2012 at 20:02:05

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Ian when someone is paid 50,000 a week and hasnt had a good game in 18 months I have no sympathy.

How long would you last in your job if you stopped doing it properly.
Ian Glassey
186   Posted 21/04/2012 at 20:08:23

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I agree to a point Paul, but Moyes should have taken him out of the team earlier.. I dont like seeing any player struggling.
Paul David
189   Posted 21/04/2012 at 20:25:02

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Moyes should've had the balls to take him out ages ago. Maybe Moyes should tell him to start his holidays now, let him get a good rest, and hopefully he will come back better. I don't think players should need a rest but something has to be done about his sub-standard performances.
Peter Laing
365   Posted 22/04/2012 at 14:55:54

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World class today and given his relative age starting to look like one of the best box to box midfielders in Europe.
Ian Smitham
418   Posted 22/04/2012 at 15:56:04

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Mr Corky #825

Step forward. Give us the benefit of your thoughts.
Alex Willett
713   Posted 23/04/2012 at 00:40:41

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If he wants champions league, then fire us into it
Dan San
734   Posted 23/04/2012 at 04:35:55

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Well said, Alex... and really, if we ever discover August and September, there may actually be a realistic chance of it next time! Keep Calm, Keep the Faith.

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