Unobstructed views are available for most games right up until the day of the game - except the derby of course, and Man Utd
food? I tend to eat before or after the match to be honest, but when I have bothered at Goodison over the past few years it's been perfectly fine....good on a few occassions actually
men's toilets are men's toilets the world over. I take it you were impressed by Wembley's facilities last season? £750m on a stadium and not enough toilets....and they were filled with piss, same as Wigan, another new build football stadium, and the same as any football stadium across the globe, and most pubs on a Friday and Saturday night
Goodison has one of the quickest dispersal rates in the country according to the British Transport Police, much better than The Emirates, The DW Stadium, The JJB, Stoke....
Corporate facilities....as I said, they are award winnning. The top end consists of 5 star silver service dining and from first hand experience I have to say it's excellent. The boxes are rarely full of paying customers....in fact there hasn't been a game this season where they've all been paid for - and you want more???
in the upper gwladys, there are very few TRULY unobstructed views. there's always a post somewhere in the way.
i dont eat or drink myself there anymore, id have to start queueing up 5 minutes into the first half if i wanted to make sure i was back in my seat for the 2nd half. and the "food" on offer is foul, i dont know what meals carla's been cooking you if you think the grub at goodison is nice
the toilets at goodison are the worst i've ever seen. god forbid i should ever need a dump there, they stink to high heaven. wembley i was too drunk to remember what their toilets were like in all honesty, but when i went the KC recently they were absolutely spot on. even had soap to wash my hands with for when i went to get my chicken wrap.
as for corporate facilites, i've never had the pleasure of bein a guest in the marquee at goodsion, but i have spent a few nights in corporate facilites and never once before has it been in a tent.
i would imagine that the reason those boxes are never sold out is due mainly to the fact people dont see it as value for money.
i love goodison as much as the next man. but it's getting to the point now where it's not fit for purpose.
as for dispersal timescales, if we were ever to suffer longer dispersal rates than the likes of stoke, wigan and hull etc i'll feel very ashamed. i'll probably have been watching us play bootle.