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He has been a solid, consistent performer for Everton but unfortunately the club is not doing well. He’s very much a confidence player and Lampard has shown faith in him but how long will Lampard last? Should he move? If so where to? Is there a better club where he can continue to thrive?
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donadoni wrote: Sat Jan 21, 2023 5:48 pm He has been a solid, consistent performer for Everton but unfortunately the club is not doing well. He’s very much a confidence player and Lampard has shown faith in him but how long will Lampard last? Should he move? If so where to? Is there a better club where he can continue to thrive?
Iwobi has had a good season so far but unfortunately Everton looks like they’re going down unless they do something drastic. Iwobi will most likely end up on another mid table team if they go down.,
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Brighton. I like that young Italian coach. Iwobi would flourish under him.
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So he can just wake up tomorrow and start moving? Or what do you mean by should he move?
donadoni wrote: Sat Jan 21, 2023 5:48 pm He has been a solid, consistent performer for Everton but unfortunately the club is not doing well. He’s very much a confidence player and Lampard has shown faith in him but how long will Lampard last? Should he move? If so where to? Is there a better club where he can continue to thrive?
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donadoni wrote: Sat Jan 21, 2023 5:48 pm He has been a solid, consistent performer for Everton but unfortunately the club is not doing well. He’s very much a confidence player and Lampard has shown faith in him but how long will Lampard last? Should he move? If so where to? Is there a better club where he can continue to thrive?
He will be getting a bad advice if he moves right now. If Lampard gets fired, he'll probably get another job in the summer thanks to "white privilege,"... then he can take Iwobi to his new club. Win-win for both in the sense that Lampard gets a player that fits his system while Iwobi get a bumper raise and the pleasure of working with a manager that will guarantee him playing time as opposed to a new manager at Everton.
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packerland wrote: Sat Jan 21, 2023 7:01 pm
donadoni wrote: Sat Jan 21, 2023 5:48 pm He has been a solid, consistent performer for Everton but unfortunately the club is not doing well. He’s very much a confidence player and Lampard has shown faith in him but how long will Lampard last? Should he move? If so where to? Is there a better club where he can continue to thrive?
He will be getting a bad advice if he moves right now. If Lampard gets fired, he'll probably get another job in the summer thanks to "white privilege,"... then he can take Iwobi to his new club. Win-win for both in the sense that Lampard gets a player that fits his system while Iwobi get a bumper raise and the pleasure of working with a manager that will guarantee him playing time as opposed to a new manager at Everton.

Na so e dey work? Maybe Lampard and iwobi have conspired to get Everton relegated so they work together again.
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bushboy wrote: Sat Jan 21, 2023 6:36 pm Brighton. I like that young Italian coach. Iwobi would flourish under him.
where do you think Nathan Oduwa will flourish? :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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