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March 01, 2017, 04:02:35 AM
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Could we be on the verge of a free stadium a la Man City?



Means the club would have much less say on what was being put up there. I hope not. :-\
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March 01, 2017, 05:32:19 AM
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Means the club would have much less say on what was being put up there. I hope not. :-\
Yes you're right of course, but the upside is obviously we would not be burdened with debt, or at least much less if we had to modify the stadium to remove any running track and make it ours. Not sure which way I would swing, but it is only wild speculation right now anyway.
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March 01, 2017, 05:49:11 AM
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Joe Anderson said we would be well playing in our new stadium by 2022. So i assume it wouldn't be built for that purpose!


March 01, 2017, 05:50:49 AM
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Could have a positive effect even without directly being to do with our stadium.
Big building in the area, big investment - they would definitely work alongside what Everton are hoping to do.

Would be chuffed if we didn't get a free stadium that needed adaptations, but benefited from all the access and logistics side of things and ended up near a sports arena complex but with our own, clearly defined site. Would be the hub of sport in the city. And the future.

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March 01, 2017, 07:40:08 PM
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Joe Anderson said we would be well playing in our new stadium by 2022. So i assume it wouldn't be built for that purpose!
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March 01, 2017, 08:44:42 PM
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March 02, 2017, 12:07:01 AM
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Here's one;
I was talking to a mate and asked this: what would people's stance be on Kenwright? After the ill fated moves to the Kings Dock and the debacle of Kirkby, if the stadium is delivered and it's a true world class stadium, will all be forgiven for him on that front? I think that yes he's made mistakes but he basically saved us right at day one when he prised the club from Johnson.
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March 02, 2017, 12:21:26 AM
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Here's one;
I was talking to a mate and asked this: what would people's stance be on Kenwright? After the ill fated moves to the Kings Dock and the debacle of Kirkby, if the stadium is delivered and it's a true world class stadium, will all be forgiven for him on that front? I think that yes he's made mistakes but he basically saved us right at day one when he prised the club from Johnson.

Kenwright is around but a new stadium and where we are now is all about Moshiri.
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March 02, 2017, 12:24:48 AM
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Here's one;
I was talking to a mate and asked this: what would people's stance be on Kenwright? After the ill fated moves to the Kings Dock and the debacle of Kirkby, if the stadium is delivered and it's a true world class stadium, will all be forgiven for him on that front? I think that yes he's made mistakes but he basically saved us right at day one when he prised the club from Johnson.

Yes he did well taking us over in a very caring caretaker role, I wish him nothing but the best.

He did take too long finding the mythical 'Buyer' - but for all intents and purposes, it looks, so far, like he's done it well.

We were frustrated for a long time but hopefully better days are on their way now.
    

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March 02, 2017, 07:46:28 PM
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Yes you're right of course, but the upside is obviously we would not be burdened with debt, or at least much less if we had to modify the stadium to remove any running track and make it ours. Not sure which way I would swing, but it is only wild speculation right now anyway.

Absolutely no way we can get what we want if athletics is involved.

ie If you want a modern stadium that retains the best of the old - ie fairly steep stands that are close in to the pitch, then athletics is just a no go

March 02, 2017, 08:54:16 PM
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Say it costs £300-400m, we could probably get naming rights for at least £100m, and then other commerical tie-ins along with that, you might be able to pay for half of it through that alone. Obviously I'm very far from being a financial expert, but I'd sooner the club have say £200m debt than compromise what we want for the stadium by sticking a running track in there.

£200m sounds like a lot of debt, but it's not really anymore. We're getting in excess of £100m a season in broadcasting rights alone, not including foreign broadcasting rights, and both are projected to increase further. We've got a player worth possibly £70m alone, and squad players like McCarthy and Deulofeu are possibly worth around £20m each. 

In a new stadium we would have a lot more executive boxes, and much greater matchday revenues generally. Let's build what we want for Everton and swerve things like Commonwealth games tie-ins, which are very short termist.
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March 02, 2017, 08:58:18 PM
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Absolutely no way we can get what we want if athletics is involved.

ie If you want a modern stadium that retains the best of the old - ie fairly steep stands that are close in to the pitch, then athletics is just a no go


Moshiri himself has said that he wants the fans as close to the pitch as possible, I am sure of it.
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March 02, 2017, 09:32:36 PM
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As others may have said ,there are plenty of other sports in the CG ,like rugby 7's and hockey ,it's not just athletics. IF we get the stadium and IF the games come to Merseyside it would be spread around venues. If we had a nice new stadium we could host the opening ceremony though !
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March 03, 2017, 05:18:39 AM
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Absolutely no way we can get what we want if athletics is involved.

ie If you want a modern stadium that retains the best of the old - ie fairly steep stands that are close in to the pitch, then athletics is just a no go


Yes, you are probably right. Steep stands that hug the pitch is pretty much everyones ideal design I think.
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March 03, 2017, 05:52:00 AM
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Ramjam


Keep athletics away at all costs, that would destroy everything we want to achieve, but by all means play the rugby and have the opening ceremony which won't harm the venue and show off our new digs to the whole world.
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