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We all know that DM needs to sell to generate sufficient funds to buy.
I think that we could afford to lose the following without affecting the team
What do you think?
I agree with all players apart form Osman on his day he can be a great player and could change a game. The problem we always have is depth in the squad we bring in new players but loose more than what we bring in so when players are injured we struggle big time which cost us last season.
Bad news for Bainsey least no risk of injury if he is not there though!!
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I would not want to sell any of our squad but we do need to strengthen it. Pienarr is a good player but if he does decide to leave then he must be replaced by a fast, skilfull left winger. We need to strengthen our back four, especially in the middle, and possibly at right back. We need a bigger squad if we are to compete for prizes next season. I would like to see our team become much more constructive in midfield for there is no doubt that the way Spain, Argentina and Brazil play is dependent upon strength in defending and the ability to control the ball effectively in midfield. We would appear to have a plethora of strikers next season and I hope that we can produce good ball for them and that they will be able to convert chances. What the World Cup has shown that if a team shows good basic skills, is strong in defence, finds space, attacks with skill and pace and strikes accurately it will succeed. I hope that David Moyes has picked up some good tips in SA and that next season Everton will be fighting for the top prizes.
I agree apart from Osman, he is one of the most underrated players in the EPL. He should be in England Squad.
I would sell.
Vaughan (I know thats 3 of our 5 forwards but they are useless)
Ami / Vaughn we would be looky to get 5 goals a season out of both of them. V always injured, Ami for a big lad likes to go to ground any time anyone goes near him. Yak finished unfortunately. Hibbert I don't think brings much to the team anymore, he used to attack down the right a lot, now he tends to hit 40 yrds all the time.
Just my opinion.
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hibbert is worth his weight in gold. he can defend and attack. he puts in a huge effort in every game and thats why moysey picks him week in and out, despite the rubbish talked about him by a few.
vaughan is probably going to be sold. he showed promise but, perhaps in part because of his injuries he hasnt quite made the grade.
anichebe is still on probation.
if the yak recovers from injury and gets back to his old self he will probably be our top scorer.
gosling has gone, and good riddance.
i dont think we are in a position to sell any of our regular players or the no.1 backups. especially goalies. they are vulnerable.
we've got a bit more depth in the squad now and hopefully that will create a bit more competition for places.
................................"IN MOYSE WE TRUST"