Podcast: What Do The New Investors in Everton Bring to the Table?

09/06/2023 2comments  |  Jump to last

Lyndon speaks to Jilal Bogi of The Football Economy podcast to talk all things Everton — What's behind the club's decline over the last three decades, where has all the money gone under Moshiri, should fans fear the fresh talk of takeovers and investment, and what are the Blues' prospects in the transfer market this summer?

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Paul Kossoff
1 Posted 10/06/2023 at 19:31:01
So far they have put us in more debt. A big loan on high interest rates brings nothing so far. Watch this space.
Peter Hodgson
2 Posted 12/06/2023 at 10:48:28
Well, Paul, I guess that we all have to accept the hard facts of life at some stage and that is true here. Under our not-fit-for-purpose Chair and Board, we have gone downhill in a big way and to start the climb back to where we were is going to take money.

Remember please that in this world there is nothing for nothing so whoever sows the economic seeds is going to want a return on that investment. I'm afraid we are not in a position to haggle for a better deal due to being royally screwed, over a good number of years, by Kenwright.

So, although I hate to say it, Moshiri's entrance on the scene could well still turn out to be a blessing even though we are going to have to get used to a bigger debt burden which, if managed properly, isn't going to mean anything more than other similar businesses have to manage.

The important thing is that, if it all goes through and we don't get stuffed by the Premier League, we will have started on the road to recovery rather than being in the downward spiral we are in at the moment.

Be hopeful and believe…

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