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posted Feb 2, 2009
Everton have gone from having no available proven premiership strikers to... Oh, wait...
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Difficult to call a gamble shrewd - it is just that - a gamble, but take the point that we're only paying some wages - no transfer fee. As if we had money to spend anyway.
Slow and lightweight. Career highlights were from an inferior league almost as low in standard as Scotland.
Well,I only know one manager in the premiership who can get the absolute best from his players....come on Jo , here's your chance to impress Moyse.....
Remember everyone saying 'who's this Fellaini'he's done nothing in his career and how much??Look at him now.... he certainly holds his own in the Premiership and is the scourge of all defenses....he's now eligible for the game against Liverpool.....reckon Carragher will be sent off....can't understand how he's survived so far......If Moyse can do this for Fellaini then Jo will be loving it
It's a shrewd gamble because there's no transfer fee, it may be we only pay part of his wages (as per Ginola)If he's no good then he returns to City, if he's good we get first dabs at a half the price City paid.
posted Feb 3, 2009
Moyes knew what he was doing with Fellaini. I trust him on this too.
I dont get why you Everton fans are moaning, you've got a manager whose done a remarkable job for you and has made some great signings in the past, why dont u just have some trust in him....
I think Jo will prove to be a well worth loan signing for Everton. He was not really given an extended chance to prove himself in the city team and i think if given the chance he might come up trumps.And anyways, its better having one new fit striker (yet unproven) than having none at all!!!So any Everton fans complaining should shut it! He will add something to your team that you dont really have... that is, a target front man.
Agreeing with the 'shrewd' people - 44 in 77 is a good return, and Jo's obviously got talent. He reminds me of Adebayor. There's not huge amounts of money involved (Fellani was a gamble, by comparison, at £15m) and if he comes good you'll be in a reasonable position to get him at a cheap price. If he doesn't, it's City's £18m problem!
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