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Re: Moshiri
« on: March 05, 2018, 07:40:48 PM »
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-5461089/Farhad-Moshiri-warned-Everton-gone-mutiny.html

Unity. The word defines Everton, so much so that the title of their song for the 1995 FA Cup final was All Together Now. It is still played at Goodison to this day.

They had no right to win at Wembley back then. Much of that season had been spent battling relegation but the players fought and scrapped and the fans roared them over the line against Manchester United.

It was the standout example of what a club can achieve when unified. But unity is no longer in supply at this proud club.



Farhad Moshiri has seen unity disappear at Everton in the two years he has been at the club

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Farhad Moshiri has seen unity disappear at Everton in the two years he has been at the club



Everton surrendered a 1-0 lead against Burnley and the 2-1 loss was another poor day

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Everton surrendered a 1-0 lead against Burnley and the 2-1 loss was another poor day





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You saw that at Burnley. A united team would have seen the game out, having taken the lead; a united team wouldn’t have crumbled in the last 10 minutes to lose again.

Farhad Moshiri, the major shareholder, has been at the club for two years now. The Iranian billionaire brought money and bold rhetoric but the one thing that made Everton special, the harmony that linked the team and the fans and the manager, has disappeared.

The last 12 months have been appalling and the venom and invective that rained down on Sam Allardyce as he scuttled back to the dressing room will only worsen as the season meanders to a dispiriting end.

This marriage of convenience must surely be annulled. Nothing functions as it should, nothing feels like Everton. Moshiri needs to understand this.



Moshiri has to see that the marriage of convenience with Sam Allardyce should end

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Moshiri has to see that the marriage of convenience with Sam Allardyce should end

His key appointments — and signings that followed for big fees and big contracts — have eroded trust.

Supporters no longer see fearsome competitors who will give everything for them; they see too many people going through the motions.

These fans have been affronted by aimlessness too many times this season. Unity is on the brink of becoming mutiny.


Simply simply lovely

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