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The “complexities” of financing a stadium build?

One of the things that strikes me throughout the period that Bramley-Moore has been our proposed new home is the language various officers within the club have used to describe the process of raising finance for the stadium. Our past CEO often used the words difficult, challenging and uncertain. In his much welcomed first public […]

Moshiri gains majority control, an ideal time to bring clarity to our future

After much speculation throughout the summer of further Board changes, and perhaps a right issue in the offering, Everton released the news this morning that Farhad Moshiri had increased his shareholding from 49.9% to 68.6% of Everton Football Club. In doing so he becomes the clear majority owner of the club. As per the statement, […]

Guest Article: Theo Walcott “Renaissance Man” and the winger situation at Everton

  Guest article – written by Everton_Damon aka ‘Damo’ Marco Silva: favours wingers who can support the striker Walcott is a proven international whom it could be argued did not match the potential he had of his youth due to spells blighted by injuries (he had spells out injured in seasons: 2006/2007, 2009/2010, 2010/2011, 2013/2014, 2016/2017). Due to […]

Usmanov sells Arsenal shares to Kroenke

In an unexpected move Alisher Usmanov has agreed to sell Red & White Securities  30.04% stake in Arsenal to his arch rival Stan Kroenke. The deal was announced by the Nex Stock Exchange at 7am this morning. https://www.nexexchange.com/announcements?newsid=4098237 As a result of this transaction, Usmanov is no longer restricted in buying shares or acquiring an […]

Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing.

One of the world’s greatest investors, Warren Buffett was once asked to define risk. There are a multitude of definitions, strategies and papers written on the subject, every Business School in the world including Harvard, devotes huge amounts of time and intellectual capital into defining, identifying and more often than not, negating risk. Buffett’s answer […]

Time for boldness

Whilst attention understandably has switched to the final games of the most disappointing season imaginable and particularly the leaving date of the soon to be departed Allardyce and CEO Robert Elstone, it’s probable matters are coming to a head in the boardroom regarding the final budgets, design and capacity of Bramley -Moore. It’s a well-worn […]

The Bramley-Moore capacity debate

The great Bramley-Moore capacity debate rumbles on with seemingly contradictory comments in recent weeks, vacillating from greater ambition as stated at the beginning of the year to a more cautious approach last week “future-proofing” not growth. This was topped yesterday by the club’s official statement regarding 99% of respondents wished to have a stadium with […]