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  1. Versatility never hurt and he certainly could be a winger should you play him there, could see his crossing reaching 14/15 if you specifically work on that.
  2. I really enjoyed Skov Olsen when I used him on a save, good with both feet whereas Tete is one-footed. I'd go with Skov Olsen personally for what he offers as a winger or striker.
  3. August Premier League: Arsenal 1-4 Arsenal (Palacio 53; Xhaka 9, Lacazette 23, 24, Mkhitaryan 73) Premier League: Southampton 2-0 Everton (Candreva 6, Djenepo 81) Premier League: Everton 1-0 Man Utd (Kumbulla 68) Carabao Cup: Everton 4-1 Derby County (Taylor 25, 43, Rensch 30, Diallo 37; Sibley 82) Premier League: Norwich 3-0 Everton (Soares 33, Cantwell 40, Godfrey 90+2) Shocking start to the season. I felt like we were on the receiving end of screamers in almost every game which was becoming tiresome. However, I did think a tactical change led to dip in form. As
  4. 2020/21 Transfers In Ricardo Neto from Braga for £2m (£4.5m) Dani Ramirez from Lech Poznan for £1.5m Benjamin Nygren from KRC Genk for £25m (3 year installments) Pedro Neto from Wolves for £32m (3 year installments) Vitaliy Mykolenko from Dynamo Kyiv for £27.5m (3 year installments) Jeroen Zoet from PSV for £10m (3 year installments) Total - £120m Transfers Out Senior Players Lucas Digne to Arsenal for £65m Kieran Dowell to West Brom for £3.6m (£4.4m) Cenk Tosun to Stade Rennais for £5.5m (£6.5m) Mo Besic to Jeonbuk
  5. 1) Lucas Digne Lucas Digne finished the season as our best performer, I'm currently weighing up a £65m for him from Arsenal. I am tempted to sell as he isn't necessarily a player that will improve. He finished with a 7.33 average rating for the season in all competitions. 2) Jorrit Hendrix Newly appointed captain Jorrit Hendrix was solid at centre-back, Everton lacked a left-sided centre-back as it was so he offered a great deal of versatility for the season. The idea is that he is the central mentor in the squad over the next 5+ years, no doubt his playing time
  6. Sheffield United just beat Arsenal in the FA Cup final to secure the third Europa League berth. Liverpool won the Carabao.
  7. January FA Cup: Preston 2-4 Everton (Sinclair 88, Harrop 90; Marin 29, Postema 39, Ramos 48, Kumbulla 90+4) Premier League: Arsenal 3-2 Everton (Ceballos 16, Torreira 27, Tierney 70; Sigurdsson 59, Hendrix 90+4) Premier League: Everton 1-4 Liverpool (Palacio 51; Salah 24, 63, Mane 45, Firmino 90+2) Premier League: Newcastle 0-1 Everton (Fischer 57) Premier League: Everton 0-0 Burnley FA Cup: Everton 1-2 Liverpool (Esposito pen 35; Mane 10, Salah 42) Quick summary: Postema and Ramos arrived firing, we couldn't even lay a finger on Liverpool at Goodison and we
  8. Transfers In The signings may all looks like colossal fees on paper but we remained in budget by negotiating most of them over the next three seasons. Alas, it was methodical as I do not intend to purchase many players beyond this first season. Ramos and Dantas are model citizens, the latter was an absolute steal and is a player I've wanted to use most of the year. Mochrie, Postema and Cherki follow the ambidextrous ethos and well, Esposito is Esposito. Matthew Ryan was a signing that I felt I had to make to replace Pickford as Dewhurst was not ready for Premier League football. I fo
  9. August Premier League: Man Utd 1-1 Everton (Rashford pen 33; Fischer 73) Premier League: Everton 2-0 Aston Villa (Digne 4, Rober 84) Premier League: Everton 6-0 Southampton (Palacio 9, 56, 58, Fischer 13, Rober 42, Fletcher 48) Carabao Cup: Aston Villa p1-1 Everton (Baston pen 42; Palacio 56) Premier League: Crystal Palace 1-1 Everton (Schlupp 18; Kean 87) Productive month which was slightly soured by the early cup exit to Villa. As we both started second-string lineups, it was a poor game. Gylfi Sigurdsson missed a penalty whereas they scored all of theirs in the
  10. Will follow this closely, my hometown club! Crying shame what happened. Steve Dale had liquidated so many companies prior to taking the ownership reigns at Bury. It was completely nonsensical for the EFL to allow him to take control.
  11. Very valid point but the idea is that these players are starters for this season to (hopefully) impart some of their professionalism etc.
  12. https://twitter.com/footballdaily/status/1282305692192460801?s=20 Following Seamus Coleman's comments yesterday, I have decied to start a save that focuses on rebuilding the team with more favourable personalities. 'Negative' personalities will be discarded from the squad and model pros will be embedded to mentor younger players. There are many players I have sold that I have an attachment to in real life, so although the overhaul is drastic, I wouldn't say it is necessarily realistic in terms of my own allegiances to said players as a supporter of Everton. Transfe
  13. I'd go Szoboszlai if it's first season, if not then ultimately it depends on how they are both looking on your save.
  14. Potentially mate but for a team like Man Utd, he'd be more of a rotation option mate - I have a screenshot of him at his peak in another thread somewhere, he's still very good when you train him from the start. Both of them are potentially class, both capable of reaching Ruben Dias/Milan Skriniar level of quality when fully developed. I would do yeah, Esposito develops into a class striker irrespective of save because of his aerial presence and the fact he is so well rounded as a striker.
  15. Hmm it's a strange one. He performs really well I find but as a mentor he doesn't seem great for me, don't know why - I've always used smaller mentoring groups too.
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