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A rumour I heard is Martial and Pogba to PSG in exchange for Neymar.
While I’m on the Man U page – Sanchez needs to improve his fitness.May 10, 2018 at 1:31 pm in reply to: Manager Files: US Election day – but could Bradley be voted out? #1634704
Not a Swansea fan but it looks like Carvahal has done a good job and would be a good fit for the Championship – Swansea must have Chris Coleman in lineDecember 1, 2017 at 11:36 am in reply to: Five most pressing issues for Koeman to sort at Everton #1564442
Although I might be wrong about Batshuayi and Rooney is obviously still a brilliant player and a better signing, Chelsea obviously see something in him and he is a good young player.
Wenger has announced Ozil and Sanchez are not leaving in January. So is that free transfers then? Two star playersNovember 11, 2017 at 11:53 am in reply to: Five most pressing issues for Koeman to sort at Everton #1556365
Batshuayi on loan would be a like for like replacement for LukakuOctober 22, 2017 at 2:54 pm in reply to: Five most pressing issues for Koeman to sort at Everton #1548062
I think David Moyes will return one day. The two youngsters up front would probably struggle for goals in the Championship. Sigurdsson has been messed about with his transfer. Rooney is getting older, his passes are going awry and he doesn’t have as many shots. Today against Arsenal so far Everton have had one shot on target.August 27, 2017 at 12:55 pm in reply to: Bilic hails ‘great season’ for West Ham despite slipping to seventh #1523077
In view of Bilic slow start to the season. Hodgson or Allardyce could probably keep West Ham up but I still think Bilic would do well.
Realistically how can anyone afford to turn down £100,000,000. Doesn’t make sense.
The boss is doing really well really. Even if he was doing badly he would still have a job at City but probably New York City instead.
Unlike Fergie who used to criticise the refs to get them on his side when Mourinho criticises the refs he gets the refs against him. What Mourinho has more than Pep and Van Gaal is the press on his side who put Man United in the news every day more than any other club just like in Fergie days. Mourinho is below Pep in the table but receives much less criticism and has a much strengthened team. Look how well Ibrahimovic is playing for him. Pep has only signed one player that he chose and that’s the goalie and both a struggling to find their feet in the PL. There will be a battle for the CL until the end of the season and unless Peps team improve and there is room for improvement it will be Mourinhos vast PL experience that will pay dividends.
Pep and Mourinho will fight each other and there will be loads of good stories on it.
The solution to your problems might be to sign the whole Icelandic team.
Robbie Keane is a good partner for Defoe but is unlikely to drop to the bottom of the table.
If there was an option for a swap deal between Carroll and Defoe I think both clubs would like to hang on to their players. At least to the end of the season.
Have read somewhere City and Liverpool are interested in Oxlade Chamberlain
Swap deal Patrick Roberts for wonderkid Moussa Dembele
Zlatan is a great signing for Man U and always looks like scoring. In fact if he only stays one year it could be a problem. Interestingly Koeman has expressed an interest in re signing Rooney. Does this mewn a swap deal for Lukaku and Mourinho getting back another player?
Last nights result shows just how much west ham need a striker. Very unlucky with injuries but you have the money and the transfer window is open.
Hal Robson KANU might be a good signing for a bottom half pl team like hull, Burnley or west bromJuly 16, 2016 at 11:08 am in reply to: West Ham ‘target Liverpool striker after Tevez snub’ #1114134
West Ham have already shown an interest in Balotelli before
Keane for Man U manager?April 20, 2016 at 6:27 pm in reply to: Martinez position may soon be threatened at Everton #973340
David Moyes might be interested in hisjob