Sometimes an argument is so compelling it is worth repeating more than once. It’s the argument for, and justification of a capacity of 60,000 at the new Bramley-Moore stadium. From my perspective there are two elements to the logical argument,… Read More ›
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Analysis of Everton’s £60m, 3 year facility with ICBC – updated 7th July to include charge information
This evening the Liverpool Echo broke news that Everton under the direction no doubt of Moshiri and Ryazanstev, have negotiated a £60 million credit facility for three years with ICBC Bank. ICBC is owned by a company called Central Huijin… Read More ›
Putting it in simple terms, we can sell 8,000 fewer season tickets than West Ham, 3,000 fewer executive seats than Spurs, and have 8,000 fewer “walk up” supporters than Liverpool and still fill a 60,000 seat stadium every home game.
From a pure footballing perspective, the need for Everton to be active in this transfer window has never been more apparent. We finish the 2019/20 season with a desperately unbalanced, uncompetitive squad devoid of direction, leadership and the numerous qualities… Read More ›
Today’s guest author is George Costigan actor, author, Evertonian and now known to many Blues as one of the three presenters of “Talking the Blues” podcast. In his own inimitable way, George talks through the emotions of being an Evertonian… Read More ›
Talking the Blues, players & social media, VAR, Eddie Howe, when will we do business & why are transfer fees “undisclosed”?
The first week of the close season brings a surprising number of subjects to the fore with Andy Costigan and his brother George. Please sit back and enjoy! Thanks as ever for listening! All podcasts are available on on Spotify and iTunes and many… Read More ›
Talking the Blues, the end of the season thankfully…. review of the players, Leighton Baines and a look forward…..
In the last Talking the Blues podcast of this season we review today’s game, look at our form since restart, who has enhanced their reputation, Leighton Baines and Bramley-Moore. We also remember that this is the season were many have… Read More ›
The final episode of Series 3 is hosted by Barry Cass of Toffee TV with the guys talking through the recent announcements about the timing of planning approval for Bramley-Moore and our extension of off-shore money lenders. Confidence is high… Read More ›
As ever George, Andy and I get together to “talk the blues”. This week we look at have we met out pre Project Restart objectives, the academy, the close season and of course, the quiz! Thanks as ever for listening!… Read More ›
The words of Farhad Moshiri, in the programme notes of 12 March 2016, just two weeks after his £87.5 million share purchase giving him a 49.9% shareholding and effective control of the club. What a start, (what a manager!) 2-0… Read More ›
As ever I got together with Andy and George Costigan for another Talking the Blues. We chatted through the sad passing of Jackie Charlton Rest In Peace, football commentators and then finished off with the Wolves game and our performances… Read More ›
Talking the Blues – post Spurs match analysis, not complimentary but worth listening to George re Lamela
Immediate post match reaction from George and Andy on a hugely disappointing evening for Blues expecting to see us build in early momentum from project re-start. Coleman warned of being tired of false dawns, I guess none of them read… Read More ›
Talking the Blues – Spurs preview, how much did the PL pay agents? Richard Masters before the DCMS select committee & the quiz….
As ever I get together with two of the Costigans brothers, George and Andy. We discuss the Spurs game, John Stones, talk about how much agents were paid by the Premier League clubs and an in depth look at Richard… Read More ›
Great result for Everton and the European “dream” grows stronger. But is this really football as we knew it? The usual mix of serious analysis and light-hearted chat from George and Andy. Thanks as ever for listening! All podcasts are… Read More ›
Talking the Blues – the role in Everton & Liverpool football clubs in our City, Leicester preview and the quiz!
As usual, I get together with George and Andy for our usual look around football; strong views as we look at the role of both clubs in the City, Leicester City and the quiz. We start with some chat re… Read More ›
I’m delighted to be joined by Andy and George to run through todays match, Tom Davies and more Everton related chat All podcasts are available on on Spotify and iTunes and many other podcast platforms Thanks for listening
John and Paul, operating without a host, confront the challenges our new stadium may face with planning approval being the least demanding. Effectively managing public relations as we enter the build phase could be difficult as they debate the recent… Read More ›