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Colonel_Klinck

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May 19, 2004
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What like Neymars profile has? He’s injured but would undoubtedly be in the Brazil team if not

Brazilians care much less about this than Europeans and are happy to follow the money - and it’s seen as acceptable within Brazil because of the wide gaps in socio economic status, larger family groups and the genuine ability to set up multiple generations of a family

Neymar like Moura is/was a Bolsonaro fan and their political beliefs are at the other end to Richarlison. I can't imagine the conservative evangelical Brazilians have an issue with Saudi considering how they treat gays etc.
 

ukdy

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Jan 11, 2007
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Richarlison loan back to Everton in January to save them from relegation….. again

Who's with me?
 

Locotoro

Prince of Zamunda
Sep 2, 2004
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Richarlison loan back to Everton in January to save them from relegation….. again

Who's with me?
Just reading the extract from Everton's Financial ffp investigation where Everton cite the £60m sale of Richarlison directly contributed to their situation because they had accounted for 80m.

Levy's going to win the league by slowly picking off the competition one by one - financial assassin 😀
 

Westmorlandspur

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Feb 1, 2013
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Everton talking crap. 80m….who on earth would have paid that. Everton have got what they deserved. They knew they were breaking the rules so went and bought two players last season.
I didn’t hear supporters complaining when they were throwing the money around.
Stay up no problem
 

Col_M

Pointing out the Obvious
Feb 28, 2012
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I've not heard, but do they have a transfer ban in addition to the points ban?
 

HildoSpur

Likes Erik Lamela, deal with it.
Oct 1, 2005
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Hopefully this surgery is to get him ready for a January transfer.
I don't think there is any possibility we will be looking to sell in January. When he is fit he generally is starting for us. We might look to move him on in the summer if he doesn't show improvement but even then I think he is a good option to have in the squad because he can play several positions. He might be on the sell list but he is likely quite far down that list right now.
 

Nayim60yards

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Jul 25, 2005
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He has consecutive assists in the last three home games he played in (he didn't get off the bench v Chelsea). He still has a lot to offer even if he's not scoring too often. Hopefully he will be back soon.
 

neogenisis

*Gensy*
Jun 27, 2006
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Im not sure where I sit with Richy, I really want him to do well but then he falls over the ball. If a big enough bid comes in, I think he goes.
 

Ghost Hardware

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Aug 31, 2012
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Im not sure where I sit with Richy, I really want him to do well but then he falls over the ball. If a big enough bid comes in, I think he goes.
The only place I see him going to is the Saudi league and thats if he accepts going which he might well not. I just don't see any European club paying near what we'd want for him.
 

neogenisis

*Gensy*
Jun 27, 2006
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The only place I see him going to is the Saudi league and thats if he accepts going which he might well not. I just don't see any European club paying near what we'd want for him.
I get that, but for an established Prem player it would be another string to the bow of Saudi football. I reckon they do pay it.
 

mil1lion

This is the place to be
May 7, 2004
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Personally I'm hoping that this surgery will restore him to a level of painlessness and confidence where he can contribute to our own team but to each their own I guess.
Son struggled last season with injury and look at him now. Every chance Richarlison comes good if he's injury free at last.
 

cjbyid

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Jan 4, 2009
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Good to see him back doing pitch work.

For some reason I thought he was gonna be out for ages.
 
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