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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy_D View Post
    Here we go......

    Onwards and upwards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Give it to Ron View Post
    So you don't like him, rate him and by luck?? we got to 6th despite selling and getting in cheaper alternatives yet you think we will get in a worse manager....don't contradict yourself much do you.
    Tied himself into all sorts of knots. Bizzare.

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    Blue in peace here lads.

    Koeman will be confirmed tomorrow by all reliable accounts. Talks have been held up due to your end dragging their heels. It seems you were confident Ron would stay in spite of our interest and have spent the last few days approaching managerial targets and working out compensation terms, which is understandable given the narrative that Everton couldn't take Southampton's manager.

    Preventing player poaching might not be a great concern for you. Granted, there are one or two that Koeman might want to take along, but the appointment of a DoF and the new owner's own targets mean it's unlikely you'll loose too many. I suppose your biggest concern could be Forster. It's unlikely we'll take VvD unless we sell Stones, which we'll only do if there's an offer significantly in excess of £40m.

    Hopefully this won't sour relations between the two clubs too much in the future. I think it's natural that Koeman would want to take the next step and, like at Feyenoord, he will hopefully be remembered as doing great stabilising work with your club as you transition from feeder club to a solid PL outfit. Great progress, really, and your board should be commended.

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    Thank God for that. Now we can move on, thanking him for the past 2 years. I have little interest in his future, save to say like all teams, I hope they finish below us.

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    I honestly think he’s made a stupid decision leaving, he had a squad of players all playing for him at saints and now he’s starting again, the only thing they have over us is money but so does everyone now! I wouldn’t be surprised if they finish below us next season.

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    Well done Everton and congratulations. You've got yourself a solid manager in Koeman who knows how to recover from a huge losing streak mid season. The one thing we've always liked the most about Koeman is that he's honourable, trustworthy and a man of his word. Good luck.

    Also woot let the new era begin! My super keen switched off a few times last season, especially during that target man hoofball period until Pelle got injured and Shane Long luckily stepped up. Whoever comes in it will be a bloody interesting ride again next season.

    In isolation the only real loss to next season would be Sadio, (who may well be going), but I like the sound of this 40M pricetag we have on him. Means there is a chance he will still be here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chicoazul View Post
    Blue in peace here lads.

    Koeman will be confirmed tomorrow by all reliable accounts. Talks have been held up due to your end dragging their heels. It seems you were confident Ron would stay in spite of our interest and have spent the last few days approaching managerial targets and working out compensation terms, which is understandable given the narrative that Everton couldn't take Southampton's manager.

    Preventing player poaching might not be a great concern for you. Granted, there are one or two that Koeman might want to take along, but the appointment of a DoF and the new owner's own targets mean it's unlikely you'll loose too many. I suppose your biggest concern could be Forster. It's unlikely we'll take VvD unless we sell Stones, which we'll only do if there's an offer significantly in excess of £40m.

    Hopefully this won't sour relations between the two clubs too much in the future. I think it's natural that Koeman would want to take the next step and, like at Feyenoord, he will hopefully be remembered as doing great stabilising work with your club as you transition from feeder club to a solid PL outfit. Great progress, really, and your board should be commended.
    If you fancy paying 25-30 million for Forster good luck to you.

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    Adam Blackmore ‏@bigadamsport
    Any official announcement on Ronald Koeman to Everton not expected until at least tomorrow #saintsfc #EFC

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    Still not on the OS a few seconds ago.

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    Expected, but what a massive bellend.

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    Well that was a good 3 or 4 days - what can we whinge about for the rest of the summer now...????

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicoazul View Post
    Blue in peace here lads.

    Koeman will be confirmed tomorrow by all reliable accounts. Talks have been held up due to your end dragging their heels. It seems you were confident Ron would stay in spite of our interest and have spent the last few days approaching managerial targets and working out compensation terms, which is understandable given the narrative that Everton couldn't take Southampton's manager.

    Preventing player poaching might not be a great concern for you. Granted, there are one or two that Koeman might want to take along, but the appointment of a DoF and the new owner's own targets mean it's unlikely you'll loose too many. I suppose your biggest concern could be Forster. It's unlikely we'll take VvD unless we sell Stones, which we'll only do if there's an offer significantly in excess of £40m.

    Hopefully this won't sour relations between the two clubs too much in the future. I think it's natural that Koeman would want to take the next step and, like at Feyenoord, he will hopefully be remembered as doing great stabilising work with your club as you transition from feeder club to a solid PL outfit. Great progress, really, and your board should be commended.
    Hope this means you blue dippers will p ee off now,,

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicoazul View Post
    Blue in peace here lads.

    Koeman will be confirmed tomorrow by all reliable accounts. Talks have been held up due to your end dragging their heels. It seems you were confident Ron would stay in spite of our interest and have spent the last few days approaching managerial targets and working out compensation terms, which is understandable given the narrative that Everton couldn't take Southampton's manager.

    Preventing player poaching might not be a great concern for you. Granted, there are one or two that Koeman might want to take along, but the appointment of a DoF and the new owner's own targets mean it's unlikely you'll loose too many. I suppose your biggest concern could be Forster. It's unlikely we'll take VvD unless we sell Stones, which we'll only do if there's an offer significantly in excess of £40m.

    Hopefully this won't sour relations between the two clubs too much in the future. I think it's natural that Koeman would want to take the next step and, like at Feyenoord, he will hopefully be remembered as doing great stabilising work with your club as you transition from feeder club to a solid PL outfit. Great progress, really, and your board should be commended.

    Perhaps you weren't at Highbury in 1984 then ?

    The "next step" might have been an Arsenal, or Liverpool.. but don't think he's taken the massive career step, although his bank manager and Mrs Koeman's shopping account will see it that he has.

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    Thank god for that. We will get someone better in, hopefully someone who will not royally **** up the Europa League campaign

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicoazul View Post
    Blue in peace here lads.

    Koeman will be confirmed tomorrow by all reliable accounts. Talks have been held up due to your end dragging their heels. It seems you were confident Ron would stay in spite of our interest and have spent the last few days approaching managerial targets and working out compensation terms, which is understandable given the narrative that Everton couldn't take Southampton's manager.

    Preventing player poaching might not be a great concern for you. Granted, there are one or two that Koeman might want to take along, but the appointment of a DoF and the new owner's own targets mean it's unlikely you'll loose too many. I suppose your biggest concern could be Forster. It's unlikely we'll take VvD unless we sell Stones, which we'll only do if there's an offer significantly in excess of £40m.

    Hopefully this won't sour relations between the two clubs too much in the future. I think it's natural that Koeman would want to take the next step and, like at Feyenoord, he will hopefully be remembered as doing great stabilising work with your club as you transition from feeder club to a solid PL outfit. Great progress, really, and your board should be commended.
    Can you name any example in football where a player has signed a 6 year contract extension (van Dijk) or 5 year extension (Forster) in May and been sold the same summer? I can't and if there are its not many.

    Neither of them will be sold, Saints are able to hold them to the recent contract without fear of value dropping and given the length of time left on their contracts, 2022 & 2021 they are worth vast amounts.

    Virgil van Dijk is currently a better player than Stone (who still has some flaws to his game despite looking promising). If/when we sell van Dijk it will be for a huge fee, likewise Forster.

    The condescending attitude of some Everton fans is beyond belief!

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    5 million compensation......
    Hark! Listen to that! That's the sound of a football club refusing to bend over and get shafted by another club!

    Bye then Ron, it was fun while it lasted. Thanks for getting us to 6th.


    Right looking forward to the new manager, as long as it's not Moyes we'll be fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicoazul View Post
    Blue in peace here lads.

    Koeman will be confirmed tomorrow by all reliable accounts. Talks have been held up due to your end dragging their heels. It seems you were confident Ron would stay in spite of our interest and have spent the last few days approaching managerial targets and working out compensation terms, which is understandable given the narrative that Everton couldn't take Southampton's manager.

    Preventing player poaching might not be a great concern for you. Granted, there are one or two that Koeman might want to take along, but the appointment of a DoF and the new owner's own targets mean it's unlikely you'll loose too many. I suppose your biggest concern could be Forster. It's unlikely we'll take VvD unless we sell Stones, which we'll only do if there's an offer significantly in excess of £40m.

    Hopefully this won't sour relations between the two clubs too much in the future. I think it's natural that Koeman would want to take the next step and, like at Feyenoord, he will hopefully be remembered as doing great stabilising work with your club as you transition from feeder club to a solid PL outfit. Great progress, really, and your board should be commended.

    Glad you don't want VVD......... Not another one to the Everton massive.......

    Honestly mate just do one - as has been said before you are the only clubs fans that has come on here giving it some. Small time, Chip on your shoulder, Bin dipping, We are a massive club ******s

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    At best a sideways move. We'll now find out who is going to take us on the next stage of our development.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    Well that was a good 3 or 4 days - what can we whinge about for the rest of the summer now...????
    Player sales
    Player signings
    Rumoured player signings (that end up being untrue)
    Other clubs signings
    pre season results
    new manager appointment

    Still plenty to look forwards to.

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    The thing that I find most patronising is the "step up" thing.

    There is a hierarchy in football. Last season Leicester came out on top of that hierarchy, followed by a small number of teams who will be competing in the Champions League, followed by a few more in the Europa League.

    Everyone would agree that it is a "step up" for a team to go from not qualifying for Europe, to qualifying for Europe. Everyone would also agree it is a "step up" to go from a Europa League qualifier to a Champions League qualifier. So by definition this move is a "step down" for Koeman.

    Happy for him and wish him well for the future, but please please please, change the narrative to "he is taking a step down in the hope that he can take two steps up in the future".

    But under no footballing circumstances is he stepping up, moving from a team that has qualified for Europe 2 seasons running, to one who hasn't.

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    A great pity. RK did a good job with us but it will be soured by the way in which he left. To make the public statements he did about staying for his final year and being honourable and the doing a massive U-turn makes him look foolish and not a man of his word. We will replace him with someone better and he will leave Everton within 2 years when something better comes along unless of course he gets sacked before then because their new money man wants instant success.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicoazul View Post
    Blue in peace here lads.

    Koeman will be confirmed tomorrow by all reliable accounts. Talks have been held up due to your end dragging their heels. It seems you were confident Ron would stay in spite of our interest and have spent the last few days approaching managerial targets and working out compensation terms, which is understandable given the narrative that Everton couldn't take Southampton's manager.

    Preventing player poaching might not be a great concern for you. Granted, there are one or two that Koeman might want to take along, but the appointment of a DoF and the new owner's own targets mean it's unlikely you'll loose too many. I suppose your biggest concern could be Forster. It's unlikely we'll take VvD unless we sell Stones, which we'll only do if there's an offer significantly in excess of £40m.

    Hopefully this won't sour relations between the two clubs too much in the future. I think it's natural that Koeman would want to take the next step and, like at Feyenoord, he will hopefully be remembered as doing great stabilising work with your club as you transition from feeder club to a solid PL outfit. Great progress, really, and your board should be commended.
    Get a job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicoazul View Post
    Blue in peace here lads.

    Koeman will be confirmed tomorrow by all reliable accounts. Talks have been held up due to your end dragging their heels. It seems you were confident Ron would stay in spite of our interest and have spent the last few days approaching managerial targets and working out compensation terms, which is understandable given the narrative that Everton couldn't take Southampton's manager.

    Preventing player poaching might not be a great concern for you. Granted, there are one or two that Koeman might want to take along, but the appointment of a DoF and the new owner's own targets mean it's unlikely you'll loose too many. I suppose your biggest concern could be Forster. It's unlikely we'll take VvD unless we sell Stones, which we'll only do if there's an offer significantly in excess of £40m.

    Hopefully this won't sour relations between the two clubs too much in the future. I think it's natural that Koeman would want to take the next step and, like at Feyenoord, he will hopefully be remembered as doing great stabilising work with your club as you transition from feeder club to a solid PL outfit. Great progress, really, and your board should be commended.
    It does not matter how you intend to come across but it will be condescending and patronising. The truth is that Koeman has taken a giant pay rise to a lesser club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Le God View Post
    Can you name any example in football where a player has signed a 6 year contract extension (van Dijk) or 5 year extension (Forster) in May and been sold the same summer? I can't and if there are its not many.

    Neither of them will be sold, Saints are able to hold them to the recent contract without fear of value dropping and given the length of time left on their contracts, 2022 & 2021 they are worth vast amounts.

    Virgil van Dijk is currently a better player than Stone (who still has some flaws to his game despite looking promising). If/when we sell van Dijk it will be for a huge fee, likewise Forster.

    The condescending attitude of some Everton fans is beyond belief!
    I think if either is offered terms that are appealing to them they'll force a move. As I said, I think we'll have other targets but if they don't work out we might move for one or two of your lads. Haven't seen much of Ward-Prowse but he might also be of interest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSAINT View Post
    Adam Blackmore ‏@bigadamsport
    Any official announcement on Ronald Koeman to Everton not expected until at least tomorrow #saintsfc #EFC
    Granada news mentioned it on their 3:55 local news round up.


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    Everton have a good manager. We had some fantastic results and obvious league finishes.
    he does like a hoof and an aerial game

    more like a moyes than anything else. There was a time this season where we were actually like a Pulis Stoke side and appalling to watch. Last 10 games were fantastic though


    sad to see he is gone. Pochettino he most certainly is not

    hopefully, we wont wont fluff the new bloke and get a dud in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicoazul View Post
    I think if either is offered terms that are appealing to them they'll force a move. As I said, I think we'll have other targets but if they don't work out we might move for one or two of your lads. Haven't seen much of Ward-Prowse but he might also be of interest.
    You can go now......we are bored with the c rap

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicoazul View Post
    Blue in peace here lads.

    Koeman will be confirmed tomorrow by all reliable accounts. Talks have been held up due to your end dragging their heels. It seems you were confident Ron would stay in spite of our interest and have spent the last few days approaching managerial targets and working out compensation terms, which is understandable given the narrative that Everton couldn't take Southampton's manager.

    Preventing player poaching might not be a great concern for you. Granted, there are one or two that Koeman might want to take along, but the appointment of a DoF and the new owner's own targets mean it's unlikely you'll loose too many. I suppose your biggest concern could be Forster. It's unlikely we'll take VvD unless we sell Stones, which we'll only do if there's an offer significantly in excess of £40m.

    Hopefully this won't sour relations between the two clubs too much in the future. I think it's natural that Koeman would want to take the next step and, like at Feyenoord, he will hopefully be remembered as doing great stabilising work with your club as you transition from feeder club to a solid PL outfit. Great progress, really, and your board should be commended.
    This is an impressively aggressive and insulting little post for someone who's come on 'in peace'. Not sure you really know what that means.

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    Well that's that then. I'm sorry to see Erwin go :-(

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    16:14 JOE RIMMER
    Everton deny Koeman deal is complete

    We’ve checked that out...

    And Everton are saying it’s not over the line. Yet.

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    So there I was, a little while ago, watching the highlights from the players awards thinking to myself: "At least it won't be like that year when Poch left soon after these awards"


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    Quote Originally Posted by chicoazul View Post
    Haven't seen much of Ward-Prowse but he might also be of interest.
    He's apparently a 'dead ball' expert, reminiscent of David Beckham, as can be seen by his goal scoring record.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saints1988 View Post
    Glad you don't want VVD......... Not another one to the Everton massive.......

    Honestly mate just do one - as has been said before you are the only clubs fans that has come on here giving it some. Small time, Chip on your shoulder, Bin dipping, We are a massive club ******s
    We're a big club historically, I don't think that's in doubt. We have had two poor seasons in a row and, longer, gone almost thirty years without a league title. That's the reality, although one determined by poor owners. We now have an owner who identified Koeman as his preferred managerial appointment and quietly went ahead and got him in spite of many saying it wouldn't happen.

    As you'll be aware from your recent history in the lower leagues, things change. We at Everton honestly wish you all the best. No hostility intended at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicoazul View Post
    I think if either is offered terms that are appealing to them they'll force a move. As I said, I think we'll have other targets but if they don't work out we might move for one or two of your lads. Haven't seen much of Ward-Prowse but he might also be of interest.
    You are dreaming if you think you'll sign VvD or Forster - we have an ageing Centre Italian Centre Forward and a Kenyan Defensive midfield and you can have the pair for £30m.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicoazul View Post
    I think if either is offered terms that are appealing to them they'll force a move. As I said, I think we'll have other targets but if they don't work out we might move for one or two of your lads. Haven't seen much of Ward-Prowse but he might also be of interest.
    Both players signed a new 5 year deal a few months back. You'd be looking at 70-80mil for both of them. We'll throw in Ward-Prowse and call it 100! That's your reported transfer fund gone then right? So with those 3 in and Stones and Lukaku out, I reckon your a shoe in for 15th next season.

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    5 million is a lot if you ask me, especially given he's only got 1 year left. How much do managers usually go for?

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    I have seen nothing but condescension from Everton supporters. Ignoring the trolls that all teams have, I think that the rest really are not aware that they are being condescending, even if there is no malice involved. Hopefully they will all žugger off now that they have got their man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicoazul View Post
    Blue in peace here lads.

    Koeman will be confirmed tomorrow by all reliable accounts. Talks have been held up due to your end dragging their heels. It seems you were confident Ron would stay in spite of our interest and have spent the last few days approaching managerial targets and working out compensation terms, which is understandable given the narrative that Everton couldn't take Southampton's manager.

    Preventing player poaching might not be a great concern for you. Granted, there are one or two that Koeman might want to take along, but the appointment of a DoF and the new owner's own targets mean it's unlikely you'll loose too many. I suppose your biggest concern could be Forster. It's unlikely we'll take VvD unless we sell Stones, which we'll only do if there's an offer significantly in excess of £40m.

    Hopefully this won't sour relations between the two clubs too much in the future. I think it's natural that Koeman would want to take the next step and, like at Feyenoord, he will hopefully be remembered as doing great stabilising work with your club as you transition from feeder club to a solid PL outfit. Great progress, really, and your board should be commended.
    Unlikely you'll take VVD? Koeman gets more money and lots to spend, fair enough. But VVD wouldn't leave for Everton, he's probably already too good for us, let alone Everton.

    If he goes, and I imagine it'll be next summer not this, it'll be for big money and a much bigger club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicoazul View Post
    We're a big club historically, I don't think that's in doubt. We have had two poor seasons in a row and, longer, gone almost thirty years without a league title. That's the reality, although one determined by poor owners. We now have an owner who identified Koeman as his preferred managerial appointment and quietly went ahead and got him in spite of many saying it wouldn't happen.

    As you'll be aware from your recent history in the lower leagues, things change. We at Everton honestly wish you all the best. No hostility intended at all.
    of course. we will all enjoy your unstoppable march to the top. Trophies and titles will be no bother.
    Given we have just finished 6th and 3 points from the champions league. I will assume you will simply brush that (small, insignificant) achievement aside next season. After all, we are only a small-time club.

    oh, £15m for scott dann is a real statement of intent

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicoazul View Post
    I think if either is offered terms that are appealing to them they'll force a move. As I said, I think we'll have other targets but if they don't work out we might move for one or two of your lads. Haven't seen much of Ward-Prowse but he might also be of interest.
    They might be of interest but you're in dream land if you think we'd sell to you after this. There's a reason Poch didn't get any of our players so far and one of them is our refusal to do business with them after they nicked our manager.

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    Happy days and good riddance - onwards and upwards

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    F**k their club, f**k their manager, f**k their fans and f**k their embarrassment of a city.

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    Everton fans on Twitter seem very disappointed that they're not getting Dave Watson.

    On the other hand, they hate Sammy Lee. I think a rousing rendition of 'There's only one Sammy Lee' will wind them up at Goodison

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    Not impressed there's no official statement yet.

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    Those of us of a certain age will remember Alan Ball (RIP) going to Man City (pre huge investment). Very similar to RK if you ask me

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    hopefully get a bit more info from Guan/K Billy later???!!!?!?!

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    Farewell anyway Ronald. It was great while it lasted, good finishing positions overall but to be honest I lost some faith in the middle of this season anyway. Some bizarre decisions early season and completely surrendered european football with his tactics. This season was a weird one, so many teams were rubbish we managed 6th despite a very long period of poor form. So while he did well I think plenty of others could do as good a job here too with the set up we have.

    Only worry is what is means in terms of keeping players. Said all along I'm happy if only Wanyama goes this summer and we invest well. I'd take Koeman leaving over loads of our players. If Mane, Tadic and Long are still up front come September then we'll have a good season.

    As for Everton, they need to understand that plenty of clubs have big money now, and plenty waste it. Koeman might do well, but if he does he'll go to a bigger club again. When you'd been a world class player for Barcelona you'll have that mentality, and already you can see him taking over from Wenger in a couple of years, or going to Barcelona.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicoazul View Post
    Blue in peace here lads.

    Koeman will be confirmed tomorrow by all reliable accounts. Talks have been held up due to your end dragging their heels. It seems you were confident Ron would stay in spite of our interest and have spent the last few days approaching managerial targets and working out compensation terms, which is understandable given the narrative that Everton couldn't take Southampton's manager.

    Preventing player poaching might not be a great concern for you. Granted, there are one or two that Koeman might want to take along, but the appointment of a DoF and the new owner's own targets mean it's unlikely you'll loose too many. I suppose your biggest concern could be Forster. It's unlikely we'll take VvD unless we sell Stones, which we'll only do if there's an offer significantly in excess of £40m.

    Hopefully this won't sour relations between the two clubs too much in the future. I think it's natural that Koeman would want to take the next step and, like at Feyenoord, he will hopefully be remembered as doing great stabilising work with your club as you transition from feeder club to a solid PL outfit. Great progress, really, and your board should be commended.
    This post defines the word 'patronizing'.

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