David Prentice: Why it is time for me to consolidate my stupidity. Or….
Who Do You Think You Are Kidding…..?
‘And they are ‘fortunate’ that there are at least three teams who are performing worse than them this season. But is that the pinnacle of Everton ambition?
To finish above Queens Park Rangers, Leicester City and Burnley?
That’s a flashback to the mediocre pre-Moyes days of the late 1990s.
But that is the best we can hope for this season unless things change quickly.’ David Prentice, Liverpool Echo 6th March 2015
‘While if you’re compiling a total of trophies won throughout their respective histories, Chelsea can only top Everton if they add a couple of triumphs in now defunct competitions like the Full Members Cup.
And if that’s so much ancient history – Lukaku wasn’t even a twinkle in his father’s eye the last time Everton were champions – Everton’s recent Premier League record is consistently solid: fifth, sixth, seventh, seventh, eighth, fifth, fifth, sixth, 11th and fourth in the last decade.’ David Prentice, Liverpool Echo 13th February 2015
So now he has queried the level of ambition?
Yet only a few weeks ago he is praising consistently solid league placings, contrasting it favourably to Chelsea’s recent trophy haul?
He fears mediocrity but praises it as consistently solid .
He really is making this up as he goes along and hoping no-one notices as he contradicts himself and commits the rank hypocrisy of questioning the clubs ambitions having praised mediocrity and elevated it above another clubs trophy haul.
— David Prentice (@prenno) February 13, 2015
He hasn’t got a clue and has long since given up on intelligent thought as he ploughs his way towards an undeserved pension in the service of protecting Bill Kenwright from scrutiny without a serious care for the clubs ambitions.
On the subject of ambition his former Echo colleagues have almost to a man/woman and child moved to the nationals.
Diddy Dave remains where he is, writing incoherent garbage and remaining silent about a board lacking in any ambition beyond lining their own pockets as the club falls behind its rivals.