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posted on Jun, 6 2004 @ 11:23 AM
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I totally agree, they keep barking on about Rooney but it's a team effort and if they havn't got that much of a team behind him then yea it's relegation material for Everton.

I will expect some big bids to come in for him after the Euro's and Everton will be hard pushed to hang on to him. Some people don't rate him but i think in a better side he will come on leaps and bounds.




posted on Jun, 6 2004 @ 11:33 AM
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He's no doubt got ability Rooney but you have to wonder about his attitude. Also, that isn't a big build he's got he's just a fat bstard.

Under the right influence though (possibly Fergie?) he'll live upto his potential. I think realistically Everton have to sell him so they can have funds to buy players they really need.
As you said there's no point in having Rooney if he's never going to get the service he needs. Also, they've already got decent strikers at the club and what they really need is midfielders, especially creative ones.

One thing is for sure, I could never see him coming to the Red Half of Merseyside.


TRD

posted on Jun, 6 2004 @ 11:58 AM
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Well i dunno players have done the switch to rivals before in recent times. The way Rooney and Owen play for England you saying you wouldn't want that?



posted on Jun, 6 2004 @ 12:04 PM
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I'd want that but there are certainly players I'd want a. of Rooney. Also, he's blue through and through, he would never dare upset the Everton fans by switching as he truly despises us anyway.


TRD

posted on Jun, 8 2004 @ 07:25 PM
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Everton manager David Moyes has told unsettled midfielder Thomas Gravesen that he can leave Goodison Park if that is what he wants to do.

The Blues boss was responding to claims by the player's agent that the Danish international could well have played his last game for the Blues.

Gravesen has not given Moyes any indication that he has decided his future is away from Everton, but the boss has said if the player does not want to wear the club's shirt any more then he can leave.


TRD

posted on Jun, 11 2004 @ 12:50 PM
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Everton chief executive Trevor Birch says he is ready to fly to Portugal and tie up a long-term deal for Wayne Rooney.

The club have become increasingly alarmed at speculation surrounding the 18-year-old England striker a. of Euro 2004.

Rooney still has two years of his contract to run but a good tournament is bound to attract the attention of top clubs.

Birch knows it would be political to wait until England have exited the competition but is on stand-by just in case.


Sir

posted on Jun, 12 2004 @ 06:06 AM
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If the real big bids come in or him will they be able to hang on to him.? Are they giving him a new contract to boost his price up?


TRD

posted on Jun, 14 2004 @ 02:42 PM
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Everton striker Tomasz Radzinski has handed in a transfer request.

The Canada international has a year remaining on his contract and he insists he wanted more than the one-year extension to that deal on offer from the Toffees.


TRD

posted on Jun, 16 2004 @ 12:04 PM
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Midfielder Alex Nyarko has played his last game for Everton after his application for a new work permit was turned down.

Nyarko arrived at Goodison Park on a five-year deal from Lens in July 2000 but could only acquire a permit until this summer.

The rules regarding work permits have now changed and clubs are able to gain the necessary documentation, for players outside the EU, to cover the duration of their contract.


TRD

posted on Jun, 18 2004 @ 11:59 AM
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Wayne Rooney's uncle John Morrey fears England's teenage sensation could be "wasting his time" if he stays too long at his beloved Everton.

Multi-million pound transfer figures are already being suggested for Rooney, who put himself on football's world map on Thursday night when he became the youngest player ever to score a goal in the European Championship finals.

The powerhouse 18-year-old striker was outstanding in England's 3-0 Group B victory over 10-man Switzerland.

It was a performance which his uncle John concedes will have put Rooney in a whole new category when it comes to possible transfers. But it is Everton's paucity of talent to help Rooney realise his world-class potential which is his main worry.


TRD

posted on Jun, 18 2004 @ 12:04 PM
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Notts County have revealed Everton have expressed an interest in young striker David McGoldrick, who is catching the eye of a number of Premiership scouts. The 16-year-old has already impressed the likes of Fulham and Tottenham after making his debut last season and becoming the second youngest league player ever.


TRD

posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 05:22 AM
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Everton chairman Bill Kenwright has valued striker Wayne Rooney at 50million.

Rooney has been England's star player at Euro 2004 in Portugal, scoring twice in the 3-0 win over Switzerland.

He has been linked with big-money moves to Premiership rivals Chelsea and Manchester United, but Kenwright insists the 18-year-old will be staying at Goodison Park.

Chelsea and Manchester United have been linked with Rooney, but Kenwright claimed neither club had approached Everton.


TRD

posted on Jun, 21 2004 @ 04:31 PM
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Everton boss David Moyes has admitted he would think about selling Wayne Rooney if a club offered 50million for him.

Speculation linking the 18-year-old with a move to Manchester United or Chelsea has raged in the wake of his 4 goals for England at Euro 2004.



[Edited on 21/6/04 by TRD]


TRD

posted on Jun, 23 2004 @ 05:28 PM
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Everton have completed the signing of striker Marcus Bent from Ipswich.

Bent, 26, joins on a three-year contract and becomes the Toffees' first signing of the summer.

Bent, who spent last season on loan at Leicester, scored 10 goals for the Foxes last season, including a last-minute winner against Everton at the Walkers Stadium in March.

Manager David Moyes beat off competition from Portsmouth and West Brom for his signature.


TRD

posted on Jun, 25 2004 @ 11:36 AM
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Everton's medical team are standing by to examine Wayne Rooney as soon as he returns home.

The 18-year-old striker suffered a broken bone in his right foot during the defeat by Portugal.


TRD

posted on Jun, 26 2004 @ 09:13 AM
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England striker Wayne Rooney will be able to start his rehabilitation from a foot injury in three or four weeks' time, according to medical staff at Everton.

The 18-year fractured a bone in his foot during England's Euro 2004 quarter-final defeat to Portugal on Thursday and was forced to come off after 26 minutes.

He was on crutches when he arrived back in England on Friday and visited the club's specialist in Manchester on Saturday morning.

The consultant agreed with the original assessment that he would be sidelined for around eight weeks.


TRD

posted on Jun, 27 2004 @ 12:49 PM
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Everton are rumoured to be preparing a 4m swoop for Cardiff's Welsh international striker Robert Earnshaw.
Toffees boss David Moyes is thought to be seeking a replacement for Wayne Rooney - should he be forced to sell England's Euro 2004 sensation.

Moyes has already held talks with the 23-year-old Bluebird's advisors, according to the News of the World.


TRD

posted on Jun, 29 2004 @ 02:10 PM
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Denmark defender Thomas Helveg admits he is on the brink of leaving Internazionale, with Everton just one of the clubs believed to be on his trail.

The veteran full back has been targeted by a number of Premiership clubs, and also Odense from his homeland, after playing his part in the Danes' participation in Euro 2004, which ended at the quarter final stage at the hands of Czech Republic.


TRD

posted on Jul, 1 2004 @ 01:11 PM
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Everton midfielder Thomas Gravesen could be .ing away from Goodison Park, according to the player's agent.

"He has one more year to run on his current deal and we are planning to have talks," said John Sivebaek, who represents the Denmark international.

"It is fair to say that it would take a big offer for him to sign a new deal.

"He has been with Everton for four years and has done really well and has enjoyed himself. But it may be now time for him to try something new."


TRD

posted on Jul, 5 2004 @ 01:16 PM
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Everton boss David Moyes has admitted he is desperate to further bolster his squad before the new Premiership campaign.

The Scot has only managed to bring Marcus Bent to Goodison Park this summer although Francis Jeffers, David Unsworth and Scot Gemmill have all departed the club.

The Toffees have been linked with Euro 2004 stars Dmitri Bulykin, Thomas Helveg and Zisis Vryzas but, as yet, Moyes seems no closer to landing any more new recruits.

The former Preston boss is determined his side will not struggle as they did last term, and is still hoping to add more new faces to his squad.



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