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Talking the Blues – reaction to West Ham (H), how we became Blues, heading & Bill Kenwright

A much happier set of supporters after a vastly improved display against West Ham United at Goodison. We talk about “freedom and being able to express themselves”. We also have a trip down memory lane talking about how we became Blues. Nat Lofthouse gets a mention. We look at the latest findings on the potential […]

Talking the Blues – where do we go from here? (Manchester City home reaction)

The league table seldom lies. After a third successive League defeat, Andy, George and Paul try to put their finger on why exactly we as a club are not performing to the levels to be expected. Why are so many players out of form? Alongside tactics and formation, something has to change and change quickly…… […]

Thoughts on Bramley-Moore & the current financial conditions at Everton

Football has become a game of absolutes – almost everything related to football is either appallingly bad or amazingly good. Depending on which team you support, the result, how we played, who the opposition are, the performance of the referee, the atmosphere and even the manager’s press conference usually falls into one of the two […]

Time for others to commit alongside Everton to Bramley-Moore & the regeneration of North Liverpool

On the latest #EvertonBusinessMatters podcast before the release of images and the start of the second public consultation I offered the thought that we would know a huge amount more about our club in the coming days…. So, what do I now think? Firstly, the stadium itself. Visually it has exceeded my wildest expectations. Like […]

Goodison Park – plans for its future

This article just provides  details supplied by the club – analysis to follow Denise Barrett-Baxendale, Everton’s CEO, issued the following comments on Goodison’s future: “Our plans for Goodison Park, although much more outlined at this stage, fulfil our promise to our neighbours in Liverpool 4 to work together to create something that will benefit the […]

Bramley Moore Dock – the stadium plans & images

🏟 | It's time to reveal proposed designs for our iconic new stadium on the banks of the River Mersey… 💙 #EFC pic.twitter.com/U2ZrOS9LCN — Everton (@Everton) July 25, 2019 ABOUT THE STADIUM PLANS This article will just provide details supplied by the club – analysis to follow. Commenting on the stadium plans Denise Barret-Baxendale, Everton’s […]

The more things change, the more they stay the same…..

Much has been spoken about Everton’s approach to this transfer window, the first full summer window for which Brands & Silva will have had the opportunity to plan well in advance. Whatever plans they have must be put into the context of Everton’s financial position. Therefore, I thought it useful to look at what’s occurred […]

World Heritage Status….time to say what we (all) mean and mean what we say

How long have UNESCO been threatening to remove World Heritage Status from the Liverpool – Maritime Mercantile City? The answer is almost half the time we’ve “enjoyed” the status. Granted in 2004, it “reflects the role of Liverpool as the supreme example of a commercial port at the time of Britain’s greatest global influence.” Yet, […]

More fan engagement required above & beyond stage 2 of the public consultation

Stage 2 of public consultation re Bramley Moore and Goodison Legacy Project On 9th May, Everton Football Club announced plans for the second stage of the public consultation regarding the Bramley Moore Stadium and the Goodison Legacy Project. In line with the previously advised timetable the dates are 26th July through to 25th August 2019. […]