WHO Poll
Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
25%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
35%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
35%
  
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here
5%
  



Stevethehammer 11:32 Wed Mar 9
Everton
Apparently in danger of a points deduction due to financial issues. Really has gone wrong there in recent years, ever since Moyes left they haven't been the same club.

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lowlife 4:04 Mon Mar 14
Re: Everton
Zeb - his record at Chelsea was really not good at all, certainly not for a team that should have been challenging for the title. Lost 23 of the 84 games he managed them for. How did Everton not look at that and think twice before appointing him. The mind boggles.

Manuel 3:11 Mon Mar 14
Re: Everton
They could def go down, especially if Watford and Burnley fight, and with two wiley managers like Woy and ginger they most likely will. Couple that with Lampard not being the right man for a fight like this, and a tough run in, they are bang in trouble. Best case is they stay up by a very small margin.

Alfs 2:59 Mon Mar 14
Re: Everton
Even though I don't share the hatred of many on here of Lampard, I'm at a loss to see why he was given the job. In fact, any of his managerial roles.

Being a great player doesn't necessarily make you a good manager. If anything, the best managers had mediocre careers as footballers. It's a completely different mindset.

Sven Roeder 1:41 Mon Mar 14
Re: Everton
They have wasted an awful lot of money .... what is Gylffi Sigurdsen up to these days? .... on a lot of similar players.
Seem a depressed club as Liverpool go further & further away from them.
Appointing Lampard was the last thing they needed.
Should have gone for a caretaker ... Duncan Ferguson or even Roy Hodgson ... and had a rethink in the summer.
A tubby half shaven narcissist who thinks his shit doesnt stink ..... NO

Takashi Miike 1:29 Mon Mar 14
Re: Everton
they're bang in trouble and it's worrying for them when fatso is coming out with shit like "It is what it is" when asked about their poor form. he's completely not what they needed as manager, so it makes you wonder who's making such bad decisions at the club

chim chim cha boo 1:24 Mon Mar 14
Re: Everton
No Everton fan would have it that they are roughly equivalent to us. They think they are a massive club who could take any of our players, if they were good enough. They'd probably have a little moan if by some wild, wild set of circumstances they signed Declan Rice.
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Deluded idiots, the spurs of the north.

nychammer 1:01 Mon Mar 14
Re: Everton
Not that long back Everton were our equals or better and pushing where we are now, what on earth has happened? Poor recruitment, lack of investment? poor Stewardship?

Perhaps we should heed their situation. There but by the Grace of God etc......

zebthecat 12:48 Mon Mar 14
Re: Everton
Frank Lampard is not a good manager; you only have to see what he did at Chelsea compared to what an actually decent manager did.
Everton have been on the way down for a couple of years with their recruitment of an army of truly mediocre midfielders.

Mex Martillo 12:02 Mon Mar 14
Re: Everton
If old man Woy keeps improving, Frank may be the man to take them down, what a shame...

nich the d 11:48 Sun Mar 13
Re: Everton
On current form that would be four points if they're lucky?

Conceivably nothing... They could still finish bottom!

Alfs 10:24 Sun Mar 13
Re: Everton
They have a horrible run in. Liverpool, Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and us, along with Palace away, Leicester away and Brentford home and Newcastle at home.

sand iron 3:55 Sat Mar 12
Re: Everton
Russ of the BML 11:07 Thu Mar 10
Re: Everton

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PwoperNaughtyButNot 3:35 Sat Mar 12
Re: Everton
Manuel 10:42 Sat Mar 12
Re: Everton
They wouldn't have BFS, made their feelings very clear about him and got him OUT of the football club. We just put up with him, with barely more than a whimper. I respected that type of passion.


Are we the only club that didn’t have a compete melt down after he got his hands on them?

Is that because a) he is so good (be careful what you wish for cliche)

Or b) his mismanagement completely destabilising clubs?

Mace66 3:28 Sat Mar 12
Re: Everton
“Nothing is ever good enough, the good old days were the best…”

sounds familiar !?

mashed in maryland 3:21 Sat Mar 12
Re: Everton

Manuel 11:08 Sat Mar 12

Speaking as someone who's married into a family of them, you're onto something there.

Evertonians are known as "bitter blues" for a reason. They're fatalistic. The way West Ham fans can be negative is nothing in comparison. Everton fans could talk about a 5-0 win as if they'd watched their house burn down. Nothing is ever good enough, the good old days were the best, and everyone and everything is shite.

But, as most of us know, they are infinitely preferable to their neighbours.

WHU(Exeter) 2:42 Sat Mar 12
Re: Everton
And I think England's first home defeat against a team from outside Britain? Ireland in a friendly before the Hungary home defeat at Wembley.

the coming of gary 2:14 Sat Mar 12
Re: Everton
The only place in Britain where Bobby Moore scored for England
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Far Cough 1:28 Sat Mar 12
Re: Everton
Side of Ham 11:28 Sat Mar 12
Re: Everton
Evertonians having Liverpool as neighbours don’t suffer hand me downs or journeymen. We’ve been in such shit at times that these are the only types that would join us.

As Bill Shankly famously said "there's only two teams in Liverpool, Liverpool and Liverpool's reserves"

Far Cough 1:19 Sat Mar 12
Re: Everton
In the days of Everton's holy trinity, which was Howard Kendall, Colin Harvey and Alan Ball, they were a decent side to watch, fucking hate the cunts now though

yngwies Cat 1:17 Sat Mar 12
Re: Everton
I like Everton, decent club. Much better then that rabble across Stanley Park.

Not sure picking fatty to manage them was a good fit. He's a more Vauxhall Conference then EPL

Reckon Rooney will end up getting the gig, after Frank gets the old heave ho, and rolls away.

Doing a decent job at Derby and learning the right way, unlike Frank.

Mike Oxsaw 1:09 Sat Mar 12
Re: Everton
Things change: there's no law that states that just because things always have been, then they always will be.

They'll get no special treatment from either the authorities or the media should relegation beckon.

Now think of the knicker-wetting and searches for a "sensible solution" that would take place should one of the media favourite ESL clubs find themselves in a similar position.

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