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    Big Dave

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    Re: Transfer Window

    Post  Big Dave on Thu Jun 09, 2011 6:18 am

    We don't seem to be signing any one, just letting them go. confused

    I don't understand why young English players go for so much money, I'm sure its hampering the progession of the England team and causing poorer teams to flood the league with cheaper foreign players.
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    MK

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    Registration date : 2009-02-11

    Re: Transfer Window

    Post  MK on Wed Aug 31, 2011 8:48 pm

    So I made the decision last year to put my full support into Everton. But it wasn't until today when Arteta was sold that I truly felt like an Everton supporter. I was completely gutted by the move, as it will likely cripple our campaign. We are going to struggle to stay in the top half of the table. We just didn't do nearly enough in the market in terms of buying, and we sold too much. Can't believe we let yakubu and beckford go today, considering saha's injury problems.

    This season is going to be a rough one.
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    Big Dave

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    Re: Transfer Window

    Post  Big Dave on Thu Sep 01, 2011 4:04 am

    We sold Gradel and released Grella and Besson but then bought no one.
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    brother of destruction

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    Registration date : 2008-09-15

    Re: Transfer Window

    Post  brother of destruction on Fri Sep 02, 2011 1:41 am

    I don't think Arteta's such a bad deal tbh. The only downside is that Moyes won't see a penny of the 10m.

    You already have Rodwell, who in my book is going to be one of the best midfielders in the planet, Leon Osman will break through & as always, Cahill & Fellaini will be there.

    But speaking for sales that the manager doesn't see a penny of, Anyone else notice that the 35m Newcastle got for Carroll doesn't seem to have been spent on players as was promised at the time?

    We've signed
    Cabaye (4.3m),
    Ba (free),
    Marveaux (free),
    Obertan (3.23m),
    Elliott (0.1m),
    Santon (5m).

    So that's a total of 12.1m spent.

    But then we've sold

    Carroll (35m)
    Nolan (4m)
    Barton (free)
    Routledge (2m)
    Forster (loan)
    Enrique (6m)

    So ignoring the Carroll fee, we've recovered 12m on player sales.

    We've also had the usual crap of trying to put a desperate bid in for Ruiz 2 hours before the window shuts. If we need a striker (which we do), the money was there, why not start bidding in January? Shane Long went to West Brom. Not a big fee, not big wages.

    We've not got enough cover at Centre Back either.

    & that's before we've gone out & spent 100k on a keeper from Charlton who's not as good as Forster who we've just loaned to feckin Celtic?

    It's almost enough to make me wish we had Kenwright! ;-)


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    Garibaldi
    The Higher Power

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    Registration date : 2008-09-15

    Re: Transfer Window

    Post  Garibaldi on Sun Sep 04, 2011 2:13 pm

    Not too gutted by our deals - would have liked Cahill, but all in all, a good clearing of dead wood

    In
    Friedel (Free)
    Ceballos (Free)
    Falque (Loan)
    Coulibaly (Free)
    Parker (6 million)

    Out
    O'Hara (5 million)
    Keane (5 million)
    Crouch (10 million)
    Palacios (8 million)
    Hutton (3 million)
    Jenas (1 million for loan)
    Bentley, Caulker, Khumalo, Naughton and various kids (loan)

    so that's 26 million, 400-500k in wages and the remaining funds not spent from last year's run in Europe - a nice bundle all round without weakening the side.

    Cahill would definitely have been a good one though


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    showstealer

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    Location : The 3rd Division.
    Registration date : 2008-09-17

    Re: Transfer Window

    Post  showstealer on Mon Sep 05, 2011 1:15 pm

    We've bought in 18 and let go of 14, as I will be the only person to have heard of any of them I won't bother!

    Edit: Here's the ins.

    John Sullivan (Millwall, free, May 15)

    Bradley Pritchard (Hayes & Yeading, undisclosed, May 24)

    Cedric Evina (Oldham, free, Jun 21)

    Paul Hayes (Preston, free, Jun 21)

    Dale Stephens (Oldham, undisclosed, Jun 30)

    Danny Green (Dag & Red, undisclosed, Jun 30)

    Nick Pope (Bury Town, free, Jul 1)

    Ruben Bover Izquierdo (Real Mallorca, free,Jul 1)

    Rhoys Wiggins (Bournemouth, undisclosed, Jul 1)

    Danny Hollands (Bournemouth, free, Jul 1)

    Michael Morrison (Sheffied Wednesday, undisclosed, Jul Cool

    Matthew Taylor(Exeter City, free, Jul 15)

    Andy Hughes(Scunthorpe Unitd, undisclosed Jul 31)

    Mikel Alonso (Tenerife, undisclosed, Aug 1)

    Ben Hamer (Reading, undisclosed, Aug 1)

    Jason Euell (Blackpool, free, Aug 10)

    Leon Cort (Burnley, loan, Aug 30)

    Michael Smith (Darlington, undisclosed, Aug 31)

    Outs:

    Christian Dailly, Jon Fortune, Kyel Reid, Alex Stavrinou, Michael Stewart, Tamer Tuna, Kelly Youga (all released), Therry Racon (Millwall, free), Ross Worner (Aldershot, free), Carl Jenkinson (Arsenal, 1million), Jose Semedo (Sheffield Wednesday, free), Joe Anyinsah (Bristol Rovers, free), Miguel Llera (Blackpool, free), Alan McCormack (Swindon, undisclosed)

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