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Post  Mr_Ben on Tue 01 Nov 2011, 2:38 pm

Super wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:Sadly I see TC as a bench, impact sub at best.
I think there are 5-6 players better equiped to hold down a spot before T17.
It's really amazing how he has gone from being a regular to "why is he starting?" player. Weren't we rumoured to having turned down bids for him last year?

I think Stoke were rumoured to be making a late bid for him on transfer dealine day.

Last year Spuds wanted him for £20m or something like that
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Tue 01 Nov 2011, 3:11 pm

Mr_Ben wrote:
Super wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:Sadly I see TC as a bench, impact sub at best.
I think there are 5-6 players better equiped to hold down a spot before T17.
It's really amazing how he has gone from being a regular to "why is he starting?" player. Weren't we rumoured to having turned down bids for him last year?

I think Stoke were rumoured to be making a late bid for him on transfer dealine day.

Last year Spuds wanted him for £20m or something like that
We should have cashed in on that one! But hindsight is always 20/20 of course.
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Post  Yankthattoffee on Tue 01 Nov 2011, 3:13 pm

He'll get the winner on Saturday. cheers
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Post  Tonteau on Tue 01 Nov 2011, 10:32 pm

Mr_Ben wrote:
Super wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:Sadly I see TC as a bench, impact sub at best.
I think there are 5-6 players better equiped to hold down a spot before T17.
It's really amazing how he has gone from being a regular to "why is he starting?" player. Weren't we rumoured to having turned down bids for him last year?

I think Stoke were rumoured to be making a late bid for him on transfer dealine day.

Last year Spuds wanted him for £20m or something like that

Think that was Gary Cahill.
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Post  Super on Tue 08 Nov 2011, 1:49 pm

Tim Cahill is playing through the pain barrier in an attempt to keep Everton away from the wrong end of the table. Saturday's 2-1 defeat at Newcastle was Everton's fifth defeat in six Premier League matches, leaving them just a point above the relegation zone. But they are handicapped by an ankle injury which has limited midfielder Cahill to just one start in four games.

"At the moment he can only be a sub and be an impact player," said Cahill's Blues team-mate Phil Jagielka. "He's not quite 100% fit. Others wouldn't want to be on the bench. But that shows the type of guy he is. "He's a big player for us. He loves playing for Everton and we love having him. "Louis Saha enjoyed it against Newcastle when Tim came on and he had someone to feed off. "He won his challenges and, even if he doesn't win them, he's a pain," Jagielka told BBC Radio Merseyside.

The Everton and England defender believes that, after a tough run of fixtures, the Blues are not deserving of their current league position - in 17th. "We are playing some decent stuff in patches and creating some chances," added Jagielka, "but we're not quite finishing them off."

After being beaten 2-0 by Manchester City, Everton then lost by the same scoreline in the Merseyside derby in a game ruined by their wrongful red card for James Rodwell. Dave Moyes' men then lost to Chelsea twice in the space of 12 days, first in the league, then in the Carling Cup, either side of their one win in October, when Cahill came off the bench to help earn a 3-1 victory at Fulham. But they then lost 1-0 at home to Manchester United, a match that Cahill missed completely, before Saturday's reverse at St James' Park, when Rodwell's late first-half header was not enough to cancel out an own goal by Johnny Heitinga and boyhood Liverpool fan Ryan Taylor's stunning volley.

Everton now have three successive games against fellow strugglers, with home games against Wolves and Stoke either side of a trip to Bolton. "With the position we've put ourselves in with not too many points in the last six matches, there's going to be 'must win games'," said Jagielka. "It's all about how we get the points now. It's not performances, it's all about results. "We've had a couple of lucky away wins at Blackburn and Fulham and we're hoping we can do that in the next couple of games at Goodison."
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Tue 08 Nov 2011, 5:30 pm

Super wrote:Tim Cahill is playing through the pain barrier in an attempt to keep Everton away from the wrong end of the table. Saturday's 2-1 defeat at Newcastle was Everton's fifth defeat in six Premier League matches, leaving them just a point above the relegation zone. But they are handicapped by an ankle injury which has limited midfielder Cahill to just one start in four games.

"At the moment he can only be a sub and be an impact player," said Cahill's Blues team-mate Phil Jagielka. "He's not quite 100% fit. Others wouldn't want to be on the bench. But that shows the type of guy he is. "He's a big player for us. He loves playing for Everton and we love having him. "Louis Saha enjoyed it against Newcastle when Tim came on and he had someone to feed off. "He won his challenges and, even if he doesn't win them, he's a pain," Jagielka told BBC Radio Merseyside.

The Everton and England defender believes that, after a tough run of fixtures, the Blues are not deserving of their current league position - in 17th. "We are playing some decent stuff in patches and creating some chances," added Jagielka, "but we're not quite finishing them off."

After being beaten 2-0 by Manchester City, Everton then lost by the same scoreline in the Merseyside derby in a game ruined by their wrongful red card for James Rodwell. Dave Moyes' men then lost to Chelsea twice in the space of 12 days, first in the league, then in the Carling Cup, either side of their one win in October, when Cahill came off the bench to help earn a 3-1 victory at Fulham. But they then lost 1-0 at home to Manchester United, a match that Cahill missed completely, before Saturday's reverse at St James' Park, when Rodwell's late first-half header was not enough to cancel out an own goal by Johnny Heitinga and boyhood Liverpool fan Ryan Taylor's stunning volley.

Everton now have three successive games against fellow strugglers, with home games against Wolves and Stoke either side of a trip to Bolton. "With the position we've put ourselves in with not too many points in the last six matches, there's going to be 'must win games'," said Jagielka. "It's all about how we get the points now. It's not performances, it's all about results. "We've had a couple of lucky away wins at Blackburn and Fulham and we're hoping we can do that in the next couple of games at Goodison."
I love Timmy but he hasn't scored for a year... rest him till he's proper fit... he may find some form after a rest
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Tue 08 Nov 2011, 7:00 pm

Made 4 Gwladys wrote:
Super wrote:Tim Cahill is playing through the pain barrier in an attempt to keep Everton away from the wrong end of the table. Saturday's 2-1 defeat at Newcastle was Everton's fifth defeat in six Premier League matches, leaving them just a point above the relegation zone. But they are handicapped by an ankle injury which has limited midfielder Cahill to just one start in four games.

"At the moment he can only be a sub and be an impact player," said Cahill's Blues team-mate Phil Jagielka. "He's not quite 100% fit. Others wouldn't want to be on the bench. But that shows the type of guy he is. "He's a big player for us. He loves playing for Everton and we love having him. "Louis Saha enjoyed it against Newcastle when Tim came on and he had someone to feed off. "He won his challenges and, even if he doesn't win them, he's a pain," Jagielka told BBC Radio Merseyside.

The Everton and England defender believes that, after a tough run of fixtures, the Blues are not deserving of their current league position - in 17th. "We are playing some decent stuff in patches and creating some chances," added Jagielka, "but we're not quite finishing them off."

After being beaten 2-0 by Manchester City, Everton then lost by the same scoreline in the Merseyside derby in a game ruined by their wrongful red card for James Rodwell. Dave Moyes' men then lost to Chelsea twice in the space of 12 days, first in the league, then in the Carling Cup, either side of their one win in October, when Cahill came off the bench to help earn a 3-1 victory at Fulham. But they then lost 1-0 at home to Manchester United, a match that Cahill missed completely, before Saturday's reverse at St James' Park, when Rodwell's late first-half header was not enough to cancel out an own goal by Johnny Heitinga and boyhood Liverpool fan Ryan Taylor's stunning volley.

Everton now have three successive games against fellow strugglers, with home games against Wolves and Stoke either side of a trip to Bolton. "With the position we've put ourselves in with not too many points in the last six matches, there's going to be 'must win games'," said Jagielka. "It's all about how we get the points now. It's not performances, it's all about results. "We've had a couple of lucky away wins at Blackburn and Fulham and we're hoping we can do that in the next couple of games at Goodison."
I love Timmy but he hasn't scored for a year... rest him till he's proper fit... he may find some form after a rest
I feel for Cahill. He has been so great for us, and all of a sudden he's become rather ineffective. Not just not scoring goals, but his general play as well. No
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Post  Armchair on Tue 08 Nov 2011, 7:36 pm

I thought Timmy played well against the Barcodes.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Tue 08 Nov 2011, 9:24 pm

Armchair Evertonian wrote:I thought Timmy played well against the Barcodes.
He always gives his all, which is great. He is also dropping deeper and deeper, helping out defending. There were several times when he picked up the ball right in front of the back four, almost like a defensive midfielder because he was helping out defending so deep. Not really the role he should be in, IMO, since he's not that great of a ball handler using his feet.
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Post  Super on Wed 23 Nov 2011, 8:50 am

Everton are going to have to battle off reported interest from Italy for their star player Tim Cahill who is wanted by Juventus.

The Australian Captain has been a revelation at Everton since his move from Millwall in 2004 and has scored 54 goals in 204 appearances and earning his place amongst the supporters team of the year on several occasions and has constantly been Everton’s savior though he was linked with a move away from Goodison Park after their financial situation has resulted in selling key players and Sunderland and Chelsea were rumoured to be interested in the 31-year-old.

Reports in Italy are suggesting that Juventus are interested in bringing the Australian international to Turin and are working on a financial package and its thought that Manager Antonio Conte will send scouts to watch the player who would find the lure of Juventus far to strong given their aim to return to Champions League football, something Cahill himself has said he wants to taste again as a player.

Cahill will not come cheap even though his advancing years mean he is coming to the later stages of his career and a bid of around £15million should be enough to persuade Everton to sell.

SELL, SELL, SELL!
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Post  Lumper on Wed 23 Nov 2011, 9:32 am

We should ask for 25m and accept nothing less then 20m drunken
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Wed 23 Nov 2011, 5:50 pm

Super wrote:
Everton are going to have to battle off reported interest from Italy for their star player Tim Cahill who is wanted by Juventus.

The Australian Captain has been a revelation at Everton since his move from Millwall in 2004 and has scored 54 goals in 204 appearances and earning his place amongst the supporters team of the year on several occasions and has constantly been Everton’s savior though he was linked with a move away from Goodison Park after their financial situation has resulted in selling key players and Sunderland and Chelsea were rumoured to be interested in the 31-year-old.

Reports in Italy are suggesting that Juventus are interested in bringing the Australian international to Turin and are working on a financial package and its thought that Manager Antonio Conte will send scouts to watch the player who would find the lure of Juventus far to strong given their aim to return to Champions League football, something Cahill himself has said he wants to taste again as a player.

Cahill will not come cheap even though his advancing years mean he is coming to the later stages of his career and a bid of around £15million should be enough to persuade Everton to sell.

SELL, SELL, SELL!
I love you Timmy... but for 15 Million it's gotta be goodbye

...Won't happen
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Post  Dixie Land on Wed 23 Nov 2011, 6:32 pm

[quote="Super"]
Everton are going to have to battle off reported interest from Italy for their star player Tim Cahill who is wanted by Juventus.

The Australian Captain has been a revelation at Everton since his move from Millwall in 2004

He isn't the Australia Captain, Lucas Neill is the Australia Captain. Takes all credibility off the story.
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Post  Armchair on Wed 23 Nov 2011, 8:10 pm

[quote="Dixie Land"]
Super wrote:
Everton are going to have to battle off reported interest from Italy for their star player Tim Cahill who is wanted by Juventus.

The Australian Captain has been a revelation at Everton since his move from Millwall in 2004

He isn't the Australia Captain, Lucas Neill is the Australia Captain. Takes all credibility off the story.

I think the £15m transfer fee did that lol!
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Post  Dixie Land on Wed 23 Nov 2011, 8:16 pm

[quote="Armchair Evertonian"]
Dixie Land wrote:
Super wrote:
Everton are going to have to battle off reported interest from Italy for their star player Tim Cahill who is wanted by Juventus.

The Australian Captain has been a revelation at Everton since his move from Millwall in 2004

He isn't the Australia Captain, Lucas Neill is the Australia Captain. Takes all credibility off the story.

I think the £15m transfer fee did that lol!

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Very true.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Sat 26 Nov 2011, 6:01 pm

Everton midfielder Tim Cahill on Twitter: "Buzzing to win on my 250th appearance for Everton and 500th in uk. Cant beat the winning feeling. Proud day for me and my family"
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Post  Yankthattoffee on Sun 27 Nov 2011, 12:08 pm

Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:Everton midfielder Tim Cahill on Twitter: "Buzzing to win on my 250th appearance for Everton and 500th in uk. Cant beat the winning feeling. Proud day for me and my family"
Looks like he'll get his 251st game next week, and more games beyond that,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Everton manager David Moyes is confident Tim Cahill will end his lengthy goal drought soon and return to the form which made him one of the most prolific midfielders in the Barclays Premier League.

The Australia international has not scored for the Toffees since December 20 last year.

He came close to ending that run in last weekend's 2-1 win over Wolves but did not connect properly with his six-yard shot and saw the effort blocked by defender Stephen Ward and goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey.

Moyes accepts Cahill, 32 in a fortnight, has not been at his best since January but has no concerns about the player.

"It has been difficult for Tim," said the Scot, ahead of Saturday's match at Bolton.

"He has not really recovered correctly since he came back from the Asian Cup last season and he has found it quite tough since then.

"I have no doubt his goals will come - he will get his goals; he has got them every other year and I've no reason to think he won't.

"The sooner he starts the better but I believe he will get his usual tally of between eight and 10 goals a season."
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Post  Dixie Land on Wed 07 Dec 2011, 8:54 am

http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/everton-fc/everton-fc-news/2011/12/07/everton-fc-player-tim-cahill-has-hardly-touched-the-ball-this-season-stats-reveal-100252-29908781/

Cahill has hardly touched the ball this season apparently. I would say that he has been our best player over the last 10 years but he may well be more suited to being an impact sub now rather than a regular starter.
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Post  Bryan on Wed 07 Dec 2011, 9:21 am

No surprise since Mikel left.

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Post  Tonteau on Wed 07 Dec 2011, 10:51 am

Bryan wrote:No surprise since Mikel left.

Nailed it. We needa pienaar/arteta replacement big time.
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Thu 12 Jan 2012, 11:05 pm

Seen some rumours tonight that Timmy may be off to QPR ... not too sure how I feel about that tbh scratch
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Post  Dixie Land on Thu 12 Jan 2012, 11:06 pm

Made 4 Gwladys wrote:Seen some rumours tonight that Timmy may be off to QPR ... not too sure how I feel about that tbh scratch

If we can get £7 million for him then I would sell. It is perhaps what he needs and what Everton need.
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Thu 12 Jan 2012, 11:13 pm

Dixie Land wrote:
Made 4 Gwladys wrote:Seen some rumours tonight that Timmy may be off to QPR ... not too sure how I feel about that tbh scratch

If we can get £7 million for him then I would sell. It is perhaps what he needs and what Everton need.
He bleeds Everton blue though... seems just a little bit wrong even it is good business... no way we'd get 7M anyway at his age
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Post  Tonteau on Thu 12 Jan 2012, 11:33 pm

Made 4 Gwladys wrote:
Dixie Land wrote:
Made 4 Gwladys wrote:Seen some rumours tonight that Timmy may be off to QPR ... not too sure how I feel about that tbh scratch

If we can get £7 million for him then I would sell. It is perhaps what he needs and what Everton need.
He bleeds Everton blue though... seems just a little bit wrong even it is good business... no way we'd get 7M anyway at his age

Sums up my feelings exactly. He's the best buy moyes has made in terms of length of contribution, value, effort, commitment and goals although I'll always say Nigel Martyn kept us a top flight side. He's everything that's good about Everton under moyes; Hard working, honest and a top bloke. Just feel a bit sad seeing him drift along not playing at his top level. I'll always hold out hope he'll have a golden spell and rediscover the form that made him so effective, but I'm starting to face up to the fact that he's simply not as good as he was and I think he's only gong to get worse.
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Post  Mr_Ben on Fri 13 Jan 2012, 7:11 am

Made 4 Gwladys wrote:Seen some rumours tonight that Timmy may be off to QPR ... not too sure how I feel about that tbh scratch

In The Times today, Hughes wants Cahill and Peinaar. With them also looking at Yak, it could be a mini re-union.
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