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Gosling set to jump ship
by Ed Bottomley

ESPN reported yesterday that Dan Gosling was ready to join Newcastle United for free. It looks like he’ll be getting £25,000 a week, but the article also mentions that Everton will appeal the move and look to recoup something. If we get anywhere near the £4 million we are apparently appealing for – it will come in very handy for both us and Plymouth Argyle – who are entitled to any proceeds of a Gosling transfer.

Again, I’m sad to see him go, and a little angry too.

Written by Ed Bottomley

Everton fan exiled in Michigan. Duncan Ferguson obsessive, history buff, optimist. Follow me on Twitter @Dixies60

1 Comment

Sad becuase he;s got potential may end up as a great goal scoring midfielder , may end up plying his trade in the lower leagues as well . Lots of injuries apart he wasn’t going to get a lot of game time at goodison this season though.
Interested though if he did verablly agree to stay we coudl take him though the law courts.
In order for a verbal agreement to be legally binding all terms and conditions have been reached and agreed regarding services and terms of pay. Agreements will be incomplete when there are still further terms and conditions to be agreed. So if it were considered a complete verbal agreement then Everton could potentially take him to a court of law and claim significnst compensation off him Be ironic if his move ended up costing him wouldnt it !

by yuds on Jul 20, 2010 at 6:30 pm

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