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PostSubject: Calum Dyson   Tue 11 Jul - 13:51

Everton 20 year old striker Calum Dyson set for Plymouth loan, played for Grimsby last season.
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PostSubject: Re: Calum Dyson   Tue 11 Jul - 13:57

Tgwu wrote:
Everton 20 year old striker Calum Dyson set for Plymouth loan, played for Grimsby last season.

Looks like a done deal. His agent quoted as saying its a good move for him on loan to get first team football.
From what i've read, he could be a decent addition!


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PostSubject: Re: Calum Dyson   Tue 11 Jul - 14:03

MrSpoprano wrote:
Tgwu wrote:
Everton 20 year old striker Calum Dyson set for Plymouth loan, played for Grimsby last season.

Looks like a done deal. His agent quoted as saying its a good move for him on loan to get first team football.
From what ive read id say could be a decent addition!

Dyson's agent, Peter Conning, told Herald Sport: "Everton have got a lot of really good young players, but they've also been buying a lot of new players this summer.

"It's been a bit sad, not necessarily for Calum, but in the old days there's probably a few of the young lads who would have been in the first team by now.

"Our thoughts have always been about Calum's age and he has got to be playing football. It's a move which would work for Everton, Plymouth and ourselves."

Dyson agreed a one-year extension to his Everton contract last week and then scored twice in a weekend friendly for the club's under-23 side, for which he was the top goalscorer last season.

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PostSubject: Re: Calum Dyson   Tue 11 Jul - 14:11

This taken from Everton Official website :

Calum Dyson first joined Everton at the age of six.

A tall, strong striker, he was a near ever-present for the title-winning Under-18s in 2013/14.

His six goals and 10 assists were vital as the Blues progressed to an end of season final against Manchester City, while Dyson also found himself involved with the Under-21s, making six appearances.

Dyson then became a regular for David Unsworth's Under-21s and later Under-23s side, with his first taste of senior football coming on loan at Stockport County and Chester in 2015/16.

He started the 2016/17 campaign in fine form and, despite spending the second half of the season on loan at League Two outfit Grimsby Town, finished joint top scorer with eight goals as the young Blues lifted the Premier League 2 title.

He also impressed during his stint in Lincolnshire and was named Grimsby's Young Player of the Season for 2016/17.
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PostSubject: Re: Calum Dyson   Tue 11 Jul - 15:11

Taking a massive gamble if this is gunna be our main striker for the season ..looks like careys wages has put a strain dear old speccys pocket then by the looks of it
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PostSubject: Re: Calum Dyson   Tue 11 Jul - 15:15

Shame it wern't Ross Barclay instead..lol
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PostSubject: Re: Calum Dyson   Tue 11 Jul - 16:39

I doubt he will be seen as our main striker, only signed until January so hardly that, from reports he could be a useful addition
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PostSubject: Re: Calum Dyson   Tue 11 Jul - 17:49

Got a decent pedigree with his Everton connection, could be a decent signing which would be the first of the season after the Poundland trolly dash.
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PostSubject: Re: Calum Dyson   Tue 11 Jul - 20:08

Seems to have a good pedigree lets hope he can hoover up a few goals boom boom
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PostSubject: Re: Calum Dyson   Thu 13 Jul - 16:51

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PostSubject: Re: Calum Dyson   Thu 13 Jul - 16:58

Maybe Adams has found someone with more experience.....and for the whole season.
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PostSubject: Re: Calum Dyson   Thu 13 Jul - 17:54

That'll be to do with the agent breaking the news...Adams doesn't like that and nor should he.
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PostSubject: Re: Calum Dyson   Thu 13 Jul - 17:57

If Jimmy and Community Si, find the two million pound bunce from last season, perhaps and this is radical the club could ............... buy, repeat buy a striker!!!!! affraid
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PostSubject: Re: Calum Dyson   Thu 13 Jul - 19:29


PLYMOUTH Argyle's proposed loan swoop for Everton striker Calum Dyson may be dead in the water.

There is confusion why the move has not proceeded as hoped at the start of the week. The Pilgrims had shown interest since the end of last season, but are now stalling a decision on the 20-year-old.

The former Grimsby Town loanee was omitted from the Premier League side's squad due to face Burscough in a friendly on Wednesday night, before it was postponed, in order to avoid injury.

It was hoped Dyson would have completed his move in time to play for Argyle in their friendly at Weston-super-Mare on Saturday, but other transfer options may have put a spanner in the works.

Everton are very keen to get the Liverpudlian out on loan next season, and moved forward with the decision after his brace in a pre-season friendly last weekend.

If Argyle's interest cools or the paperwork drags on, the Toffees will offer Dyson out to other League One clubs, with Blackpool and AFC Wimbledon interested earlier in the summer.

Talks between Argyle and Dyson's representatives have rumbled on over the summer and with Everton on board at the start of the week it looked as if it would happen.

As the transfer market shifts and changes different targets become available. Manager Derek Adams may be keeping his options open for now and delaying a decision on Dyson.

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PostSubject: Re: Calum Dyson   Thu 13 Jul - 21:22

Poor old Everton, struggling to find a rack and stack paid home for their surplus human asset. It's a tough old world out there.
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PostSubject: Re: Calum Dyson   Fri 14 Jul - 9:14

sufferedsince 68 wrote:
If Jimmy and Community Si, find the two million pound bunce from last season, perhaps and this is radical the club could ............... buy, repeat buy a striker!!!!! affraid

Stop being radical it only upsets people, besides there is a sixty year old stand to paint and pretend it's new.
It all takes money you know.
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