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… Read More ›
“Our most expensive adult Season Ticket is £565 in the Sir Philip Carter Park Stand, less than £30 per game. In real terms, when you allow for the impact of inflation, our adult Season Ticket prices are 16% cheaper than… Read More ›
On the 20th December 2018, Everton put forward a proposal (not decision) subject to further consultation and planning approval to design and build Bramley-Moore with an initial capacity of 52,000. I’ve plenty of reasons to disagree with the proposal but… Read More ›
Following the release of Everton’s 2017/18 Report & Accounts which is analysed in depth here, our podcast Everton Business Matters, produced by The Blue Room, was given exclusive access to Sasha Ryazantsev, Everton’s Chief Financial and Commercial Officer and board member…. Read More ›
Here and on EvertonBusinessMatters we have discussed many times the various funding possibilities for the new Bramley Moore Stadium. I thought it useful therefore to update previous articles, based on the most recent information and current situation. It is… Read More ›
So how does a City Council suffering from acute spending cuts borrow £280 million? Since 2004, major local authorities have been able to borrow (mainly for capital projects) without government consent, provided they can afford the borrowing costs, a… Read More ›
With rather odd timing, Everton published their 2016/17 Annual Report & Accounts on the weekend immediately before Christmas resulting in almost no press comment. I do hope that the Annual General Meeting on 9th January 2018 will result in more… Read More ›
The repair of the balance sheet was wholly necessary, and as Moshiri said at the last AGM “We needed a strong balance sheet, so I paid off the debts. We are now very flexible financially”.