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July 31, 2018, 02:38:44 AM
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July 31, 2018, 04:45:06 AM
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Head offices moved to the Liver Building. How fucking good is that 'football pitch' light?!

Another step in the right direction off the pitch. Becoming far more professional an outfit.

http://www.evertonfc.com/news/2018/07/30/everton-move-into-royal-liver-building

https://twitter.com/Everton/status/1023917108416131072

July 31, 2018, 04:51:08 AM
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Head offices moved to the Liver Building. How fucking good is that 'football pitch' light?!

Another step in the right direction off the pitch. Becoming far more professional an outfit

Why is moving office a step in the right direction?
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July 31, 2018, 05:03:32 AM
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Paddockoldie


What exactly does Snoden do other than live off expenses and free do's? He'd open a grave if they said the bar and buffet is on Everton.

July 31, 2018, 03:13:49 PM
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Why is moving office a step in the right direction?

It's a continuation of the club becoming a more professional outfit. We've moved to the heart of the city, surrounded by other multi million pound business. How the club is perceived is hugely important, especially by potential business partners and investors. Prior to this move the majority of staff were at Goodison, not exactly the leading light amongst facilities within the league. The rest of the staff were scattered all over the city, and whilst some are needed in other locations, having one hub is far better for the everyday running of the club.

Everything about this move screams "professionalism". That's why it's a move in the right direction. 

July 31, 2018, 03:15:14 PM
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Have they painted the Liver Birds blue yet?


July 31, 2018, 03:20:06 PM
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Escla

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What exactly does Snoden do other than live off expenses and free do's? He'd open a grave if they said the bar and buffet is on Everton.

He wasn’t even a particularly remarkable player, nothing against him but have always found it strange that he has a higher profile as an “ambassador” than he did as a player.

July 31, 2018, 03:21:49 PM
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Jamokachi


He wasn’t even a particularly remarkable player, nothing against him but have always found it strange that he has a higher profile as an “ambassador” than he did as a player.

Same applies to Stuart I guess.

July 31, 2018, 03:26:38 PM
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Escla

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Same applies to Stuart I guess.
Very true, i guess if they’d been higher profile players they would have been doing Sky/BBC/ ESPN for proper money instead of a free buffet.

July 31, 2018, 04:06:52 PM
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It's a continuation of the club becoming a more professional outfit. We've moved to the heart of the city, surrounded by other multi million pound business. How the club is perceived is hugely important, especially by potential business partners and investors. Prior to this move the majority of staff were at Goodison, not exactly the leading light amongst facilities within the league. The rest of the staff were scattered all over the city, and whilst some are needed in other locations, having one hub is far better for the everyday running of the club.

Everything about this move screams "professionalism". That's why it's a move in the right direction.

I'd suggest it's more to do with the new owner(s) of the building attempting to attract custom and filling currently empty space rather than there being any actual benefit to the club.

An office is an office, be it at Goodison or the Liver building.

Where are the current offices that are scattered across the city?

July 31, 2018, 04:07:51 PM
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Jamokachi


I'd suggest it's more to do with the new owner(s) of the building attempting to attract custom and filling currently empty space rather than there being any actual benefit to the club.

An office is an office, be it at Goodison or the Liver building.

Where are the current offices that are scattered across the city?

ok

July 31, 2018, 04:32:21 PM
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I'd suggest it's more to do with the new owner(s) of the building attempting to attract custom and filling currently empty space rather than there being any actual benefit to the club.

An office is an office, be it at Goodison or the Liver building.

Where are the current offices that are scattered across the city?

So moving into the most iconic building in the city directly across from the proposed site of our new stadium isn't in any way positive for the club? Trying to create a more professional and attractive multinational brand and situating your headquarters and showpiece arena in a prime location on the waterfront, with a new cruise liner dock sandwiched in between, isn't a step in the right direction?


July 31, 2018, 04:37:50 PM
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Polledreng

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I'd suggest it's more to do with the new owner(s) of the building attempting to attract custom and filling currently empty space rather than there being any actual benefit to the club.

An office is an office, be it at Goodison or the Liver building.

Where are the current offices that are scattered across the city?
You are right probably why the accountants, banks, lawyers etc. rent offices in dark scary back yards

July 31, 2018, 04:39:06 PM
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So moving into the most iconic building in the city directly across from the proposed site of our new stadium isn't in any way positive for the club? Trying to create a more professional and attractive multinational brand and situating your headquarters and showpiece arena in a prime location on the waterfront, with a new cruise liner dock sandwiched in between, isn't a step in the right direction?

It's pretty irrelevant tbh.

Does it do Man United, City, Arsenal etc any harm being based at their stadium?

I'm not saying it's a bad thing but to make out that it's some sort of revolutionary move is probably overstating it a bit.

July 31, 2018, 04:40:33 PM
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You are right probably why the accountants, banks, lawyers etc. rent offices in dark scary back yards

They don't tend to be owners/tennants of football stadiums do they