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Rumour Mill-Eagles for Everton? Moyes the Pity!

Everton gaffer,David Moyes, according to media speculation is prepared to bid 4 million to bring Clarets midfileder Chris Eagles to the Mereseyside club in the Summer.

Chris is still in his first season for the Clarets after signing from Manchester United last Summer for a fee believed to be in excess of 1 million. He signed a three-year contract and has so far played only 29 games for Burnley.

Speculation that Eagles would be leaving Burnley is not new and there were many links to supposedly interested clubs in the January transfer window this year.

There is no doubt Eagles will again fuel rumour mongering in the months ahead before the new season starts. The outcome could well depend on whether the Clarets are successful in reaching the Premier League or not. They first though have to be certain of qualifying for the play-offs by securing a victory against Bristol City at home in our final fixture on Sunday 3rd May.

If we remain in the Championship,in these difficult financial times made worse by the worldwide recession, an offer of 4 million for a player could be just too much to turn down.

Chris Eagles can of course on his day be a classy player although maybe he hasn't quite taken the club by storm as much as some might have expected in his first season. He has put in a number of lacklustre performances although in fairness a number of these could be due to him suffering from chest infections and illness a number of times.

Only yesterday he was again suffering from an illness picked up in midweek although did start in the clash with Southampton yesterday at St Marys. However it was soon plain to see he wasn't firing on all cylinders and he was replaced by Coyle for the start of the second half.

Let's be clear though, he is still only 23 and a great prospect especially for a Championship side. I am sure Coyle would want to retain his services no matter which league we play in next season, but this could be taken out of his hands if once more we have to face financial reality.

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Writer: turfmanphil Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday April 26 2009

Time: 12:08PM

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Here we go again! Silly season is upon us
turfmanphil
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26/04/2009 12:12:00

Here we go again! Silly season is upon us
turfmanphil
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26/04/2009 12:12:00

Everton do seem to like ex Man Utd players sunday papers eh!!
8clarets8
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26/04/2009 13:43:00

Everton do seem to like ex Man Utd players sunday papers eh!!
8clarets8
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26/04/2009 13:43:00

Bound to happen, I fear if we dont get promoted we could struggle financially and have to sell a number of key players. Dont fancy having to re-build once more but I guess tht's just financial reality
turfmanphil
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26/04/2009 14:01:00

Bound to happen, I fear if we dont get promoted we could struggle financially and have to sell a number of key players. Dont fancy having to re-build once more but I guess tht's just financial reality
turfmanphil
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26/04/2009 14:01:00

TBH.....whilst he is a class act, he is a bit of a sick note, if we go up keep him, if not lets cash in and let OC go get a couple of Gems ...UP THE CLARETS
Cardiff_Claret
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26/04/2009 18:32:00

TBH.....whilst he is a class act, he is a bit of a sick note, if we go up keep him, if not lets cash in and let OC go get a couple of Gems ...UP THE CLARETS
Cardiff_Claret
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26/04/2009 18:32:00

Certain amount of inevitability about this. If we go up he stays, if we don't he goes. Can't blame the player I suppose - we'd all move for more money if we could but, come on Chris, we need you !!
RickersTwickers
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26/04/2009 19:23:00

Certain amount of inevitability about this. If we go up he stays, if we don't he goes. Can't blame the player I suppose - we'd all move for more money if we could but, come on Chris, we need you !!
RickersTwickers
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26/04/2009 19:23:00

He will stay because we are going up. I am trying to remain positive, even though the nerves are so bad you'd think they'd asked me to run out and play for them. Although I don't think my stilettos would go with the kit
sheclaret
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27/04/2009 08:41:00

He will stay because we are going up. I am trying to remain positive, even though the nerves are so bad you'd think they'd asked me to run out and play for them. Although I don't think my stilettos would go with the kit
sheclaret
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27/04/2009 08:41:00

I think RickersTwickers has this spot on
Claretdale
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27/04/2009 12:56:00

I think RickersTwickers has this spot on
Claretdale
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27/04/2009 12:56:00

 

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