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ToffeeLinks 29/01/2013: Are the Toffees in the Market for Even More Players?

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After spending serious cash (although it's still not a done deal) on Fer, it seems like Moyes still wants to sign some more players. Where is this imaginary Monopoly money coming from?

I found a picture of him!
I found a picture of him!
Han Myung-Gu

Everton new-boy ‘blew £22K on pet horse’ - Yahoo! Eurosport UK
"Everton are splashing out about £8 million on Netherlands international Leroy Fer from FC Twente and the midfielder will certainly be glad of any signing bonus. That is because less than two months ago, Fer splashed out £22,000 on a pet horse..."

-- This is the story everyone seems to be talking about.

Fulham steal ahead of Everton in race for Borussia Moenchengladbach striker Igor de Camargo | Mail Online
"Fulham are in talks with Borussia Moenchengladbach striker Igor de Camargo and are in pole position to see of competition from Eintracht Frankfurt and Everton for his signature."

-- This guy was on our radar? I think I've been out of the loop

Moyes linked with striker - EatSleepSport
-- 'Korean Peter Crouch' (he is 6 feet 5 inches) Kim Shin-Wook from Ulsan Hyundai is now on our radar supposedly. Don't know how much truth there is to this. Probably none...

Everton push to sign Barnsley fullback Stones | Transfers |
-- Well, Atleast this rumor makes sense.

Everton FC to wear special one-off shirt against Aston Villa to celebrate 25 years of the club’s pioneering Community initiative - Liverpool Echo
"Everton will wear a special one-off birthday shirt on Saturday against Aston Villa to celebrate 25 years of the club's pioneering Everton in the Community initiative."

Darron Gibson slums it with the Everton fans during FA Cup tie | Metro News
"Everton midfielder Darron Gibson ditched the swish, cushion-padded seating of the Reebok Stadium’s executive boxes to slum it with the Toffees’ travelling contingent during Saturday’s FA Cup tie."

-- Pretty cool if true

The Everton column: Why David Moyes should prioritise trying to win the FA Cup over finishing fourth - Mirror Online
"David Anderson argues there's nothing fans like more than silverware"

-- Stating the obvious...