Column & Opinion Articles
Contributions from our editorial team and featured columnists.
A look at Moshiri's 4½ years at Everton and an analysis of progress and otherwise to date
The next part of an assessment of the likely financial impact of Covid-19 on the Premier League
In his latest piece, Paul deals with cash flow, its importance and how some clubs will resort to borrowings. Some are going to find it much more difficult than Spurs
Football has to wake up to the financial reality ahead of it – a lot of fixed costs and reducing income. Even in the Premier League some clubs (including those close to home) are going to struggle
Looking at the threats to football's income in the future and the impact it may have on Premier League clubs
Why re-starting the season is a high risk strategy for the Premier League and should be avoided
With the prospects of football revenues falling, a look at Everton's cashflows and the obvious conclusions to draw
A look at the economic impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on Premier League football. The message is simple: football will have to dramatically cut its costs
For many reasons, the world is changing. Football is not immune to that
Discussing the implications for top-flight football of the Coronavirus pandemic, the suspension of matches and the possibility that the season is cancelled
A summary of the key points from the vast array of documents submitted by Everton to Liverpool City Council as part of the planning application for the new stadium.
Given Everton's prospects of finishing in the European-qualification places have improved somewhat under Ancelotti, it’s worth examining how Uefa rules may impact Everton as against just the Premier League regulations
Why player trading for Everton is difficult this window and why Marcel Brands's voice is key
First analysis of the 2018-19 accounts plus news from the General Meeting including the USM first right of refusal on naming rights
A look forward to what hopefully is a constructive and informative Annual General Meeting of Everton shareholders
A look at the Everton squad, who needs to be moved and the financial consequences of doing so
Profit and sustainability explained and what it means for transfer budgets
We are a club chained to a habitual way of doing things, habitual at least in the context of Kenwright’s grip over the club this past 20 years and most importantly, Moshiri’s failure to provide fresh leadership, discipline and processes. The dealings of the last few days are a symptom.
In the next two months we will get a much clearer idea of where the club stands on many of the issues surrounding this beloved but potentially beleaguered institution of ours.
A look at Everton's finances, some projections, the club's business plan and funding options as the consultation for Bramley-Moore Dock draws to a close
Profit & Loss account situation, it is unlikely in the extreme that we will see significant inward transfer activity involving highly valued players this summer
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