Press release issued by the social campaign group NSNOW;
Large scale demonstration planned after Southampton (h) (14th January 2023) game by huge coalition of Everton fans
More than 67 fan & social media groups, plus 21 official supporter clubs representing 10’s of thousands of Evertonians have joined forces in the #AllTogetherNow campaign.
The campaign calls on Farhad Moshiri to make sweeping changes at Chair, board & executive levels. It demands he brings in competent, experienced professionals who can reverse the club’s decline, & make the necessary changes to make Everton competitive once more.
At Everton’s critical home game versus Southampton on Saturday fans are pledging their support to Frank Lampard & the team with a resumption of the coach greeting prior to the match and full blooded support during the game.
Immediately after full time, Evertonians from all areas of the ground will join in a large scale SIT IN which will highlight Farhad Moshiri’s failure to change and strengthen Chair, board and executive positions at the club.
The sit in will feature numerous crowd-funded banners calling for change.
An NSNOW spokesperson said “Since the Brighton home defeat, there has been a widespread realisation & agreement that it is only Everton fans, as true custodians of the club, who can force Farhad Moshiri to make the changes necessary to rescue Everton. We will continue to provide the team and manager with the backing Evertonians are renowned for. However, we can no longer tolerate the failure of the club’s owner Farhad Moshiri to address the glaring leadership deficiencies at Chair, board and executive levels.
Six years ago, in January 2017 Farhad Moshiri talked of “a narrow window of opportunity”. Facing two successive relegation battles that window has all but closed. Only sweeping leadership changes can offer any prospect of his window of opportunity re-opening.
Doing nothing is no longer a viable strategy for Farhad Moshiri and Everton”
NSNO – our standard not just our motto
www.nsnow.co.uk Twitter: @nsno_w
Attached: flier to be distributed widely on social media and around Goodison prior to the game