Sending the wrong message

by   |   28/11/2017  4 Comments  [Jump to last]

I know that Everton are currently in a difficult situtaion, the results are bad, morale seems worse and the whole picture looks very black... Surely then, this is all the more reason then NOT to appoint a someone like Allardyce?The club should be looking to send a positive signal, they should wait for the right manager, not a manager for right now.

They also (in my view) should steer clear of people who are happy to take money to advising others how to break the rules. That is not an image that were I would want associated with the club were I in charge.

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Derek Thomas
1 Posted 28/11/2017 at 10:22:35
Fine in theory...there must be a really clear view of the moral high ground from atop that high horse.

Mean while; back in the real world. If we fail to at least make a serious attempt at avoiding the drop...which may or may not involve Fat Sam. Not very many will give a tinkers damn that - well hey, they may have got relegated by reason of being a totally disorganised club, both on and off the field...but , Cor look at those morals, you don't get many of them to the pound.

And then there's the whole Christmas thing of forgiveness, redemption and good will to all men etc

Anthony Hawkins
2 Posted 28/11/2017 at 12:30:31
The choice appears to be Allardyce or no-one. That's a tough choice made easy.
John Keating
3 Posted 28/11/2017 at 14:16:56
Derek (#1), spot on mate.

This post should have been made when The Friend of the Club and Knight of the Realms involvement was made known.

Oliver Brunel
4 Posted 28/11/2017 at 14:24:14
We can go and join Mephistopheles but look what happened to Dr Faustus?

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