So far in this series, I’ve examined the impact of governance, the cost of poor recruitment and the role of the director of football. Now I’d like to turn the attention to […]
I want to set out a clear analysis of Everton’s performance in recent years on and off the pitch and the role the club’s owner and leadership have played in it. In […]
For as long as I’ve been writing about football finances I’ve tried to show that funds for players can only come from limited sources. Simply, if you want to buy and pay […]
Everton Football Club have announced two further internal promotions to the main board of directors, with the appointment as directors of Sarvar Ismailov and Grant Ingles. This brings the board up to […]
Six clubs have been ever present in the Premier League. Of the six, Manchester United and Arsenal dominated the honours boards in the early years, before Chelsea on the back of Abramovich’s […]
Financial accounts before Christmas, numerous games over the holiday period, the FA Cup 3rd round and the Annual General Meeting of shareholders of Everton Football Club Company limited. December and January represent […]
Nil Satis Nisi Optimum, the governance and cultural changes required for it to become a reality at Everton
Culture is the beating heart of an organisation from which all strategies, decisions and the effectiveness of executions derive. Culture is highly powerful and dynamic. As someone once said “corporate culture eats strategy for breakfast”.