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quality players are always in high demand
https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/3587257/ ... lu-lukaku/

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it upsets me so much that pep is trying to destroy this

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£20m???????????? The dude is a £35m player!

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PostPosted: Thu May 18, 2017 4:07 pm 
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£20m???????????? The dude was is a £35m player!

those are the numbers they put out..I think Kele is worth like 30

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West Ham United are reportedly interested in signing Kelechi Iheanacho from Manchester City in the summer transfer window.

http://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2017/05/18/re ... iheanacho/

so far 2 German clubs and 2 English clubs

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https://twitter.com/SkySportsNewsHQ?ref ... r%5Eauthor

Sky Sports News HQ‏Verified account @SkySportsNewsHQ 29m29 minutes ago
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BREAKING: @WestHamUtd interested in signing @ManCity forward @67Kelechi - Sky sources. #SSNHQ

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PostPosted: Thu May 18, 2017 4:34 pm 
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£20m???????????? The dude was is a £35m player!

those are the numbers they put out..I think Kele is worth like 30

You think?Nacho is a 50 million player,John Stone,Pogba,Sterling were bought on crazy money.
I understand Everton is a small club,Barca,Real will come calling soon


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PostPosted: Thu May 18, 2017 4:50 pm 
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The problem with these small teams busting the banks to sign players like Kelechi is the insane scrutiny and pressure than can easily destroy a fragile player. Good luck to everyone. Let it be said to all Evertonians that Kelechi is not Lukaku...just saying before they start comparing the two.

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Out of all of the teams he should go to Hoffenheim. Less competition in his position (competing against Kramaric, Szalazai and Wagner), they have Champions League football, a young creative coach and less pressure on him. If he goes to West Ham there will be big expectations of him. Also at Everton if he goes there to replace Lukaku those would be big boots to fill right away.

Everton would be good only if they buy Henry Onyekuru as well and play both him and Kelechi up front.


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Feck Pep, cash the cheque
Success said the very best
Kelechi the Nacho
better pass Gaucho?
Not really, but pip the Jesus
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As I always say, these kids need proper representation. They dont have to go anywhere the club sends them... They need to be invested in their own careers and not leave it up to the clubs to make all the decisions. He needs to go where will further his own career... Going to Germany does nothing for him. Its almost like Pep is tring to do one of his coaching buddies a favor...

Iheanacho needs to stay with a big club, one who is playing in Europe next season from the EPL. That's about 7 clubs he can choose from ...

Everton is not a bad choice actually..good coach, good players... the fact that they are thinking of him and lukaku in the same breathe says a lot about Kelechi


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As I always say, these kids need proper representation. They dont have to go anywhere the club sends them... They need to be invested in their own careers and not leave it up to the clubs to make all the decisions. He needs to go where will further his own career... Going to Germany does nothing for him. Its almost like Pep is tring to do one of his coaching buddies a favor...

Iheanacho needs to stay with a big club, one who is playing in Europe next season from the EPL. That's about 7 clubs he can choose from ...

Everton is not a bad choice actually..good coach, good players... the fact that they are thinking of him and lukaku in the same breathe says a lot about Kelechi



You know their coach may leave for Barcelona this summer right?

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Undertaker wrote:
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As I always say, these kids need proper representation. They dont have to go anywhere the club sends them... They need to be invested in their own careers and not leave it up to the clubs to make all the decisions. He needs to go where will further his own career... Going to Germany does nothing for him. Its almost like Pep is tring to do one of his coaching buddies a favor...

Iheanacho needs to stay with a big club, one who is playing in Europe next season from the EPL. That's about 7 clubs he can choose from ...

Everton is not a bad choice actually..good coach, good players... the fact that they are thinking of him and lukaku in the same breathe says a lot about Kelechi



You know their coach may leave for Barcelona this summer right?

true.. one of the favs to get the job

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Out of all of the teams he should go to Hoffenheim. Less competition in his position (competing against Kramaric, Szalazai and Wagner), they have Champions League football, a young creative coach and less pressure on him. If he goes to West Ham there will be big expectations of him. Also at Everton if he goes there to replace Lukaku those would be big boots to fill right away.

Everton would be good only if they buy Henry Onyekuru as well and play both him and Kelechi up front.

Why do you think competition is bad? In fact, lack of it is not good for him. What we don't want isvhim no getting a fair crack of the whip

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Solowe wrote:
As I always say, these kids need proper representation. They dont have to go anywhere the club sends them... They need to be invested in their own careers and not leave it up to the clubs to make all the decisions. He needs to go where will further his own career... Going to Germany does nothing for him. Its almost like Pep is tring to do one of his coaching buddies a favor...

Iheanacho needs to stay with a big club, one who is playing in Europe next season from the EPL. That's about 7 clubs he can choose from ...

Everton is not a bad choice actually..good coach, good players... the fact that they are thinking of him and lukaku in the same breathe says a lot about Kelechi


What's wrong with playing in the Bundesliga. Dortmund and Hoffenheim are both good clubs to go to. Both are playing in the Champions League and both have good squads. Dortmund would go further in the Champions League than most English clubs at this moment and Hoffenheim have a good project going on and are funded by one of the biggest companies in Germany, SAP.

Also the Bundesliga is much more technical than the EPL even though I am an EPL fan. He should go there.


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Oh, what I'd give to see Nacho in Arsenal colours!

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pajimoh wrote:
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Out of all of the teams he should go to Hoffenheim. Less competition in his position (competing against Kramaric, Szalazai and Wagner), they have Champions League football, a young creative coach and less pressure on him. If he goes to West Ham there will be big expectations of him. Also at Everton if he goes there to replace Lukaku those would be big boots to fill right away.

Everton would be good only if they buy Henry Onyekuru as well and play both him and Kelechi up front.

Why do you think competition is bad? In fact, lack of it is not good for him. What we don't want isvhim no getting a fair crack of the whip


What I'm getting at is at Hoffenheim, the competition is more balanced. Kramaric is no mug and would keep him competitive. Kramaric scored 15 league goals this season. Also Hoffenheim likes to play two strikers which I think would fit him better than a team like everton which likes to play a lone striker.


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PostPosted: Thu May 18, 2017 7:21 pm 
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Undertaker wrote:
Solowe wrote:
As I always say, these kids need proper representation. They dont have to go anywhere the club sends them... They need to be invested in their own careers and not leave it up to the clubs to make all the decisions. He needs to go where will further his own career... Going to Germany does nothing for him. Its almost like Pep is tring to do one of his coaching buddies a favor...

Iheanacho needs to stay with a big club, one who is playing in Europe next season from the EPL. That's about 7 clubs he can choose from ...

Everton is not a bad choice actually..good coach, good players... the fact that they are thinking of him and lukaku in the same breathe says a lot about Kelechi



You know their coach may leave for Barcelona this summer right?

If he is thinking nacho is good enough to replace Lukaka..maybe he will take him to Barcelona... nothing wrong with that !!

All I know is Nacho is ready for primetime in spite of what Pep thinks of him


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I love it! ...I have been saying Everton was the best fit for him. No pressure...The Okochas Amokachis, Yekinis...never played for big clubs ...Nacho needs a place where he can get 90 mins every game not 10 mins.


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As long as he leaves Pep I'm fine, bobo wan destroy our treasure!

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kajifu wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
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£20m???????????? The dude was is a £35m player!

those are the numbers they put out..I think Kele is worth like 30

You think?Nacho is a 50 million player,John Stone,Pogba,Sterling were bought on crazy money.
I understand Everton is a small club,Barca,Real will come calling soon

Kelechi is still learning the trade or is still maturing. He needs to stay away from clubs where all the loads will be entrusted on him and is expected to perform wonders for the club everyday. The pressure will be too much for him to deal with as a young man/player

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PostPosted: Thu May 18, 2017 10:00 pm 
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Solowe wrote:
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As I always say, these kids need proper representation. They dont have to go anywhere the club sends them... They need to be invested in their own careers and not leave it up to the clubs to make all the decisions. He needs to go where will further his own career... Going to Germany does nothing for him. Its almost like Pep is tring to do one of his coaching buddies a favor...

Iheanacho needs to stay with a big club, one who is playing in Europe next season from the EPL. That's about 7 clubs he can choose from ...

Everton is not a bad choice actually..good coach, good players... the fact that they are thinking of him and lukaku in the same breathe says a lot about Kelechi

You know their coach may leave for Barcelona this summer right?

If he is thinking nacho is good enough to replace Lukaka..maybe he will take him to Barcelona... nothing wrong with that !!

All I know is Nacho is ready for primetime in spite of what Pep thinks of him

Pushing Nacho so hard and so soon will NOT be good for him, I believe.

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