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got this someone I trust...

 

The truth about Per Kroldrup

 

Apparently Moyes signed Kroldrup without going to

see him himself, took the advice of a european scout

working for the club. A £5.1 million bid was lodged

and Udinese the Italian club who Kroldrup was

playing for couldn't believe their luck and

immediately accepted Everton's bid.

 

Only after the player was signed and all the

neccessary paperwork had been completed, and the

player himself had completed his first training

session with his new team mates did Moyes begin to

smell a rat.

 

Moyes was apparently totally unimpressed with what

he had seen and it was only then after he made

enquiries with the scout that it dawned on him.

Everton had signed the WRONG player!!!

 

The player the scout had watched had been Kroldrup's

centre-back partner!

 

This was why the Everton bid was immediately

successful and they (Udinese)were it has been

reported, totally amazed with the size of the bid.

 

So, Moyes now had a problem, he had a centre-back he

knew was not good enough for the Premiership, he

also needed to off-load him and get back if possible

the club's £5.1 million.

 

How was he going to do this without losing face with

the Everton fans. The first thing he did was report

to the press that Kroldrup was injured, he did in

fact have a slight injury but not enough to keep him

out for 3 months ,which is what happened.

 

Eventually through pressure from local phone-ins,

fan groups and local and national press asking

questions about this £5.1 million invisible man, and

also because of the club's injury list, Weir was

injured etc, he eventually had to play him against

Villa at Villa Park.

 

It was there that David Moyes worst fears were

realised, Kroldrup had a stinker, was out of his

depth and Moyes knew it.

 

The problem now was that other managers had now seen

Kroldrup's non-performance so there was no chance of

them getting back their £5.1 million- and he knew

it.

 

It has been recently reported that Florentina have

put in a bid for £3.6 million, my source tells me

that is in fact bull, they have offered Everton 1

million Euros- which is approximately £700,000.

 

An agreement has been reached with Florentina to

release to the media that the figure is £3.6

million, mainly, to save face at Everton Football

Club.

 

So, there you have it, mismanagement on a grand

scale which goes to show how EFC went from being

called the Mersey Millionaires in the sixty's to the

total shambles which the club is today.

 

Moyes apparently blames Chief Executive Wyness, he

blames the european scout, others within the club

blame Chairman Bill Kenwright.

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as has been said before on here, that piece is blatant nonsense.

 

Kroldrup was and is highly rated in Italy and was a central figure for their CL qualification last year. Juve have been sniffing around him for a few years.

 

and how would you know he can't head the ball? it's not like anyone ever saw any proof of it. truth be told, it's not a glaring flaw I have noticed whenever I have seen him play.

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got this someone I trust...

 

The truth about Per Kroldrup

 

Apparently Moyes signed Kroldrup without going to

see him himself, took the advice of a european scout

working for the club. A £5.1 million bid was lodged

and Udinese the Italian club who Kroldrup was

playing for couldn't believe their luck and

immediately accepted Everton's bid.

 

Only after the player was signed and all the

neccessary paperwork had been completed, and the

player himself had completed his first training

session with his new team mates did Moyes begin to

smell a rat.

 

Moyes was apparently totally unimpressed with what

he had seen and it was only then after he made

enquiries with the scout that it dawned on him.

Everton had signed the WRONG player!!!

 

The player the scout had watched had been Kroldrup's

centre-back partner!

 

This was why the Everton bid was immediately

successful and they (Udinese)were it has been

reported, totally amazed with the size of the bid.

 

So, Moyes now had a problem, he had a centre-back he

knew was not good enough for the Premiership, he

also needed to off-load him and get back if possible

the club's £5.1 million.

 

How was he going to do this without losing face with

the Everton fans. The first thing he did was report

to the press that Kroldrup was injured, he did in

fact have a slight injury but not enough to keep him

out for 3 months ,which is what happened.

 

Eventually through pressure from local phone-ins,

fan groups and local and national press asking

questions about this £5.1 million invisible man, and

also because of the club's injury list, Weir was

injured etc, he eventually had to play him against

Villa at Villa Park.

 

It was there that David Moyes worst fears were

realised, Kroldrup had a stinker, was out of his

depth and Moyes knew it.

 

The problem now was that other managers had now seen

Kroldrup's non-performance so there was no chance of

them getting back their £5.1 million- and he knew

it.

 

It has been recently reported that Florentina have

put in a bid for £3.6 million, my source tells me

that is in fact bull, they have offered Everton 1

million Euros- which is approximately £700,000.

 

An agreement has been reached with Florentina to

release to the media that the figure is £3.6

million, mainly, to save face at Everton Football

Club.

 

So, there you have it, mismanagement on a grand

scale which goes to show how EFC went from being

called the Mersey Millionaires in the sixty's to the

total shambles which the club is today.

 

Moyes apparently blames Chief Executive Wyness, he

blames the european scout, others within the club

blame Chairman Bill Kenwright.

 

you trust the dodgy rumours site? saw that in there yesterday

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Always thought he was quality, was disappointed that we didn't look at him last summer when everton signed him.

 

Talking of Fiorentina got a real soft spot for them since the days of Batistuta.

 

They have some quality players ,Pasqual at left back looks like he could be special. Kroldrup,Dainelli and Ujfalusi make an excellent defence particulary when Frey is fit to play behind them.

 

Toni is a monster ,both Bojinov, Pazzini and jiminez have great potential.

 

Montolivio will be class. Fiore was one of my fave players in the late 90's early 2000's and have always liked Jorgensen too. Brocchi is a tough b*****d.

 

Prandelli is a top manager and Roma must be upset that personal problems stopped him taking over last year.

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