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What's the point in meeting them if they don't release a transcript? Just to give them the thrill of meeting the chairman? They're supposed to be representing supporter groups, are they supposed to get the train back and say everything's confidentially fine and dandy?

 

Amateurs.

 

Moyes having a pop is disgustingly amusing.

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bit of a wierd one this. Part of me is pissing meself that they are s**** but another part of me feels bad about it considering how pissed off I was when we were having the wedge problems with G and H

 

The majority were dying for us to crumble. I might be generalising but I find most to be bitter carts, and I include people I know in that. Just steer the conversation away from footie.

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The majority were dying for us to crumble. I might be generalising but I find most to be bitter carts, and I include people I know in that. Just steer the conversation away from footie.

 

I know what you mean, some of them are f***en horrible but theres now a part of me since H and G feels a bit sorry for any club (apart from anyone who employs harry redknapp) with wedge bother.

 

That said would probably still laugh me t*** off if they got relegated. Apart from the fact i'd still miss the derby that is. Cant understand the fact that most of them would support manu against us. Silly c****

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Watched their game today - they were s***, but they still have plenty of good players, wonder why they all haven't buggered off by now? Had never heard of the Barkely fella but he played very well. Whatever happened to Jose Baxter? Wasn't he to be their next big thing?

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Watched their game today - they were s***, but they still have plenty of good players, wonder why they all haven't buggered off by now?

 

Maybe cos they think every sale should fund them for a year (and help them make a stupid purchase like fellaini or bilyaletmeov) they've got away with it before with Lescott to City for three times his value, when arsenal came for Jagielka you can bet kenwright was all 'this lads better than everything in the world we can't lose him, he's a true blue, he should be at man utd like my mate david, we won't sell him, we can't, he's the people's centre half...oooooh go on then £30million, them redsh*te got more than that for Torres and he's a girl, Jags is all man, he's a blue, he's played for england, like david beckham, ooh imagine that'

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Everton FC took out 12mth secured loan of£13.8m for Working Capital on 8th Aug. Interest rate of around 10%. Will cost club £1.3m.

 

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The loan is from company registered in Virgin Islands to EFC director Robert Earle (?) who will profit from club's desp need for working cap

 

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All that EFC stuff is from #606 - a disgruntled EFC minor shareholder. EFC have also discontinued AGMs.

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What is the debt situation there? If they are having to borrow at those kind of rates it must be pretty grim.

 

 

As with many businesses, their bank has stopped extending their overdraft and want it reduced if not paid back. They've also done some other short term high cost things like selling and leasing back the training ground and borrowing against future season ticket money. They have to pay wages in the meantime, looks like they have ropey cashflow, and at a guess they are very close to being insolvent.

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Ross Barkley>Jack Rodwell>Jose Baxter>Seamus Coleman>James Vaughn>Steven Gerrard. Fact.

 

That is why The People' Club, "The School of Science", 1 Evertonian better than 1000 Kopites, cave dwellers deserve to be put out of their misery. Their delusion, hubris, anger, bitterness - not good for their health. Make them insolvenet asap - just stop their suffering.

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As with many businesses, their bank has stopped extending their overdraft and want it reduced if not paid back. They've also done some other short term high cost things like selling and leasing back the training ground and borrowing against future season ticket money. They have to pay wages in the meantime, looks like they have ropey cashflow, and at a guess they are very close to being insolvent.

 

 

that's terrible news :cold: :cold:

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This is an interesting article on toffeeweb

 

Margin Call on the Everton Gamble

 

It's long, so I'll just leave the link.

 

While part of me is enjoying the farce at Everton, it's still fresh in the memory what H&G did to us and how close we were to financial oblivion. So, I do have a lot of sympathy for them. Especially as a lot of my mates are blues.

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TWO Merseyside police officers were suspended amid claims they tried to interfere with an investigation into a derby day brawl.

 

A football fan had his jaw broken in an attack outside the King Harry pub before Everton’s clash with Liverpool at Anfield in January this year.

 

The ECHO revealed in March that Merseyside police were probing allegations that two Merseyside police officers, both Everton fans, were involved in the violence that erupted after, and had been placed on restricted duties while the force investigated these claims.

 

Last week those same two officers – one believed to be a member of the force’s elite anti-gun Matrix unit – were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice and have now been suspended.

 

Today a spokesman for Merseyside Police confirmed the policemen – one a 39-year-old sergeant and the other a 43-year-old constable – had been arrested and suspended from duty, but said they could make no further comment.

 

Eight people, including the two officers, were arrested last week on Wednesday, August 17.

 

In addition to the two serving policemen, a 44-year-old man from Broadgreen, a 36-year-old man from Allerton, a 28-year-old man from Bootle, and a 19-year-old man from Huyton were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.

 

 

 

Read More http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/liverpool-news/local-news/2011/08/23/merseyside-police-officers-suspended-as-police-probe-merseyside-derby-day-brawl-100252-29284781/#ixzz1Vq9aGNYK

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