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November 03, 2017, 03:10:46 PM
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This club doesn't really do relegation.

There are clubs whose owner structure can survive relegation. Hell, there are clubs whose managers can survive relegation.
The last time we were in real relegation scraps (95 & 98) we ousted our board.

The buck stops at the manager for team performance and individual results.
The buck stops at our new DoF when it comes to the performance/value of signings.
But the buck stops at Moshiri for overall trajectory.


September 11, 2018, 05:15:28 PM
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It's all part of the initial agreement. At the time it was stated he would increase it from the 49.9%.

Takes the shackles off our spending for another year as well. (Well, 2 years, he is doing it again next summer)

September 11, 2018, 05:41:37 PM
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The 18.7% acquired by Moshiri is made up of Jon Woods' 3,000 shares and former director Arthur Abercromby's 1,935 shares, plus half of chairman Bill Kenwright's shareholding.
Jon Woods will no longer sit on the Everton board.

Apparently, having one clear majority shareholder (he was effectively, but not on paper prior to this) makes it easier to deal with the companies who will be required to assist with the financiing of the stadium.


September 11, 2018, 05:43:27 PM
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I suppose it just further cements Moshiri's position so if Usmanov wanted to invest further capital into our club, over and above training ground sponsorship, he can do so with a lot less governance now his mate holds a lot more influence.

His mate held all the influence needed to do whatever he wanted to.

it was only on paper that he didn't

September 11, 2018, 05:47:51 PM
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Ah, sorry, it may have been the point you meant, but it wasn't the one you typed.

In terms of further investment from Usmanov, nothing has changed from yesterday. No less governence, no less hurdles to clear.
This is an excercise in dotting the i's and crossing the t's for banks.

October 15, 2018, 04:12:29 PM
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and that the agent has been involved in all of Onyekuru's transfers


Isn't that the entire purpose of an agent?
Why would a player transfer go ahead without the agents involvement?