25/03/2024 1comment  |  Jump to last

Everton's Fan Advisory Board issued a statement today indicating to supporters that they have written letters to Farhad Moshiri, the Premier League and 777 Partners looking for "answers to the questions we have received from Evertonians about the maelstrom of uncertainty that engulfs our club at this moment".

The message posted to social media reads as follows:

It has been said far too often recently that our football club is facing the most critical point in its history. The last number of years have brought significant worry, concern and uncertainty on and off the pitch for all those associated with our great Club.

As we face the prospect of our third relegation battle in as many seasons, with speculation rife about our financial sustainability and huge uncertainty about the ownership and future of our Club, we have today written to three stakeholders who have a major impact on the next significant steps for our Club – Farhad Moshiri, the Premier League (PL) and 777.

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The correspondence seeks answers to the questions we have received from Evertonians about the maelstrom of uncertainty that engulfs our club at this moment. Questions about when and if a decision will be made about the proposed takeover, the viability of 777 as a potential owner and the contingencies in place should the current takeover proposals prove unsuccessful.

In recognition of the fact that in the next few days the Club will be taking part in a second Premier League Commission for breaches of Profit and Sustainability Rules (PSR), we will publish our correspondence to Mr Moshiri, the PL and 777 in full on Wednesday 27 March.

We will also be hosting an online Supporter Engagement Meeting on Wednesday at 7pm (GMT). Fans can register to attend via links on our social media or via the QR code below.

In the meantime, we would like to place on record our appreciation and thanks to Evertonians wherever they may roam, for everything they are doing in continuing to fight for the future of our Club.


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James Flynn
1 Posted 25/03/2024 at 19:23:52
Right now, neither the FAB website nor X registration forms are working.

Sent an email in about it.

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