Discussion in 'Everton Forum' started by brieverton, Jan 7, 2018.
Ok, can you put some of the positive stuff on here?
1) New ground will cost more than originally forecast and Council will only support 66% of the cost now. Club expect to find the funding but have not yet done so. Planning permission and stadium design were discussed but no conclusion reached. They have engaged the architect (Meis) and have so far spent about 9 mill on the project. (Funding to be secured once planning granted, I suppose)
2) Moshiri said that the club will not have money issues as long as he is there.
3) When agreeing sale of Lukaku they thought they had agreed for a striker to come in, but it fell through at the last minute.
4) Lukaku refused to return to the club after his summer holiday with Pogba, so had to be sold.
5) Barkley consistently refused to re-sign, even with a new manager.
By all means, not positive in every aspect - but certainly credible, given the nature of events and the supporting documentation sent to shareholders before the general meeting. Yes, I have got it and read it cover to cover. Sadly I could not attend last night due to other commitments.
Some people won't believe any of it, some will believe part of it and some will swallow the whole lot. Personally, I trust them more than many a keyboard warrior on here, after all they are in it to make money, we are there because we want to be there because we can't help it.
Thanks mate, appreciate your efforts.
I wasn't meaning that I was meaning more in the actual negotiations which is criminal.
AGM is a goldmine for tabloid writers
I see what you did there (but you should have spelt it 'a gold mine')
Third wheel of the hilarious toshfest that is the #EBM podcast John Blain there.
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He's worked and been senior at EY, Deloitte and PKF, where they will have client meetings nearly every day.
Why don't these lads even do the most basic research? It would stop them getting it wrong time after time after time.
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