MAR
12
2011
Manure In For Jack
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A media frenzy, well of sorts over the last few days as reports are coming out of Old Trafford suggesting that an agreement has already been reached by the Blues and manure for the services of Jack Rodwell.

Sir Alex of manure will definitely be in the market for a holding midfielder with the career of injury prone Owen Hargreaves looking more likely that it will soon be over.

Rodwell fits the bill, Ferguson is an admirer, and the rumour mill suggests that Moyesy would let Rodders go for a fee in the region of £25m.

Over to you, what do you think.............?

 

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Isn't anyone else extremely annoyed by this? Everytime we produce a good player, they are poached for very little money. Even if we get 25m for him, that is sweet FA in my opinion for a future England player and maybe captain? How much to replace him? The club havent even come out and denied the reports which suggests its going to happen to me. Very frustrating.
David, Huddersfield, 3:21 PM 14/03/2011
 
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All this comes from Whiskey Nose saying he tried for a player in January, but the club asked him to wait till the Summer. I reckon the player he's talking about is Ryan Shawcross as there's a clause in his contract for Manure to have first refusal on him. If we do sell Rodwell then the club would be crazy to do a back door deal like this. City are throwing silly money around, having them in any bidding war could knock up the price by a good few million and make the payment mostly cash up front. If any other clubs want him they'd have to match the terms.
Simon, Halifax, 2:55 PM 13/03/2011
 
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I think fellow is safe. I don't think anyone would take a risk in the summer with him possibly still being injured. I would hate to see Jack leave but for 30 million we can't say no. We need a shit hot striker or 2 and a new Peanut because we couldn't score in a brothel without king Louis.
tony, runcorn, 1:24 PM 13/03/2011
 
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Firstly I thought Manure aint got a pot to piss in? What will this be, payment in installments, and dependant on Champions league and Premiership trophies?? 30 mil plus we get first dibs when they offload some dead wood like O'Sheat or Feltcher then let him go. Looks like he might be a liability anyway as too much of a pretty boy.
Andy the Blue, public hoose, 6:20 AM 13/03/2011
 
13
I can't believe this is even an issue!! Personally I would snap Ferguson's hand off for £20 million for the most over-rated player we've ever had. Has everyone been watching the same football as I have lately? If so, what exactly has Rodwell contributed? He doesn't want the ball!!
Paul Harro, Tranmere, 3:37 AM 13/03/2011
 
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EVERTON ARE A CLUB GOING BACKWARDS. NO MONEY, NO INVESTMENT, GOT RID OF THE YAK AND BROUGHT IN BECKFORD WITH NO PREMIERSHIP EXPERIENCE, WERE A JOKE, AND ITS ABOUT TIME PEOPLE STARTED TO SEE THAT.
ste williams, liverpool, 2:24 AM 13/03/2011
 
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If it is £25 million it will be with a player maybe Carrick which i wouldn't want do not rate Carrick at all. Hopefully if Rodwell is going there will be a few clubs bidding for him and get as much as possible.
Tom, Liverpool, 11:15 PM 12/03/2011
 
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I reckon Moyes is a Man Ure plant.Sells them our best youngsters and receives their hasbeens in return.But where does the cash go??
David Lloyd, South Africa, 7:08 PM 12/03/2011
 
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Sorry but if Carrol is worth £35 million with so little premier league experience, it would be criminal to let him go for £25 million. We need Jack to stay, build our future around him in midfield; he can be our symbol. However much pains me to say he can be our Gerrard.
Alex, Windlesham, 5:56 PM 12/03/2011
 
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25 million! Fucking steal he has never even been man of the match for us
jay , kirkby, 4:58 PM 12/03/2011
 
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Just what exactly is Everton's real role in the premiership now? Man united's `exclusive` feeder club? If Rodwell or any other `find` is worth big money in our new `on the rocks` status, put him on the open market and let`s get the most we can. These sort of players DON'T grow on trees. Sick of united's `I'll give you this big shiny penny for your dumb little sixpence` approach.
Tom Dodds, Crosby, 3:02 PM 12/03/2011
 
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As long as we don't buy 3 mediocre players again like with Lescott. I really think we should ask for at least 30 million. All these clubs have mega-bucks and if we're going to sell one of our best players then we should demand a high price.
Seamus, Litherland, 2:49 PM 12/03/2011
 
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Agree with sheik lf we loose Fellaini its back 2 square one.
Paul, Bootle, 2:40 PM 12/03/2011
 
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I agree with the previous comment, whilst losing Jack would be bad for us, I feel Screech is just as good when not injured. We must resign to losing at least one of them and I feel we would get more for Jack being an English player.
Jack Grayson, Perth, Aus - Formally Liverpool., 2:18 PM 12/03/2011
 
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If it meant we could reinvest 20 of it into the squad and tie Fellaini down for a few more years then I don't think we have a choice.
Stu, St Helens, 2:03 PM 12/03/2011
 
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IF Felli signs, throw in Gibson and you've got a deal! Need a total overhaul & getting rid of one of the assets to get 3/4 in has to happen unless we get bought before the end of the season.
Alex, Huyton, 1:57 PM 12/03/2011
 
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If we get £25 million for him and keep Fellaini I reckon its good business, but we certainly cant afford to lose them both.
sheik, middle eastlands, 1:03 PM 12/03/2011
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