Everton learn from Liverpool error by pinning faith on Farhad Moshiri

, 12 March, 6comments  |  Jump to most recent
Chris Bascombe describes how Farhad Moshiri came to Liverpool's attention prior to the arrival of Hicks and Gillette and how Bill Kenwright courted him for 18 months before the billionaire took a 49.9% stake in Everton.

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Darren Hind
1 Posted 12/03/2016 at 07:03:38
"He is low-key, smart and a genuine lover of football."

I know it's only somebody's opinion, but I want to believe it, so I do.

ToffeeWeb has brightened my morning, Mrs is sorting me the full monty for breckie, I will be meeting my lads for several on County road this afternoon and we are being joined by mates, one of whom is back for the first time in 8 years after moving to Oz.

Come on Bobby lad. Complete my day!

Tim Greeley
2 Posted 12/03/2016 at 12:46:23
Right on Darren, enjoy the day and hope it ends in our favour!
Lee Hind
3 Posted 12/03/2016 at 23:15:09
Whisper it quietly, but BK deserves tremendous credit if that article is a true representation of the deal.

He has ’shaken on a deal that benefits Everton more than any individual’.

I think this is the beginning of a new blue era. :)

David Barks
4 Posted 12/03/2016 at 23:28:29
If these details are true, which only time will tell, then yes he will deserve a lot of credit. We all just want to see our club fighting among the top echelon of the English league, that's it. So if this finally ushers that era back to Goodison and wherever we end up next, then fantastic.
Tony Abrahams
5 Posted 12/03/2016 at 23:36:12
Darren, you got your day, mate. I don’t expect to hear from you until Monday morning!
Darren Hind
6 Posted 13/03/2016 at 10:55:36
I was up early, Tony, I took the knock very early last night. I couldn't keep up with the younger lads so went home and watched it all again.

Great day though, wasn't it?

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