The AllTogetherNow campaign has been a roaring success in uniting a significant portion of our fanbase, igniting passion, and driving us forward to victory. Whether through general support, raising boardroom issues, talking about them, or joining peaceful protests, we've all come together with one voice. And, despite facing vicious attacks in the media from our very own board, we have proven that our strength in unity is unbreakable.

Not everyone sees eye to eye with us. That's okay. We respect their opinion and shouldn’t belittle them for it. At the end of the day, our shared love for Everton Football Club and our unyielding desire to win every game we play is what truly unites us all.

We may be going through a tough time as a club, but we cannot afford to let that affect us. We must unite as fans and give our all for every game left this season. Our players and management team need unwavering support in pursuing each priceless 3 points.

When we step into Goodison Park, we must create an atmosphere that strikes fear into our opponents but also gives our players the confidence to fight for every point. We must give everything we've got – just like the players do. "You've got to die to get 3 points" – that applies to us fans as well as the players.

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Yes, it’s frustrating, it’s hard after last season, and you may feel like these players don’t deserve that level of support again. Please, remember that our support is for the institution of Everton Football Club.

If you can't do it for these players, do it for our former players that you loved. Do it for the family members past and present who you have shared this love with. Do it for Dixie Dean, Harry Catterick, The Golden Vision, Howard Kendall, Alan Ball and the many other players who pulled on that royal blue jersey with immense pride!

These players' historical relevance is intrinsically linked to our current and future success. The more successful we are in the future, the higher regard our ex-players will be held in. If we remain irrelevant or, worse, go down, these players' legacies will only go as far as L4!

Do it for the Everton fans of the future, your children and grandchildren, who deserve a better club than we have right now! Everton Football Club does not deserve to be in this position, and right now, our club needs us!

I know we want to create these atmospheres when chasing trophies, not fighting relegation, and blame can be thrown around, but as fans, we must take responsibility for ourselves now and ensure that we can say we did everything we could. Even if we still end up going down, at least we will go down giving everything we had for the club we love!

I am confident that, if we stick together and fight with everything we have for the boys in the royal blue jersey, we can come out the other side of this season as a Premier League team once again. Let us continue the spirit of AllTogetherNow and unleash our full power as Evertonians.

Nil Satis Nisi Optimum! 

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Dave Abrahams
1 Posted 11/03/2023 at 09:33:22
Good post, Zack.

I echo your thoughts, as I'm sure most Everton fans do going to Goodison Park today to cheer our team onto one more victory and 3 points towards the total that will keep us up and start a rebuilding to where we think our club E V E R T O N belongs.

Danny O’Neill
2 Posted 11/03/2023 at 10:25:07
Nice and powerful words Zach.

I've said on countless occasions the young supporters humble me and give me pride.

I'm travelling as I speak.

There is a time for the direction and sentiment towards the owner and board.

Today is all about the team and the result.

Derek Thomas
3 Posted 11/03/2023 at 13:03:33
According to some sources, Over night Kenwright's picture on the Time Line outside Goodison has been taken down.
Who dunnit? Fans or The Club - as with headlockgate, there is, as yet, no CCTV, despite there being 2 cameras nearby.
Dennis Stevens
4 Posted 11/03/2023 at 13:39:59
Out of time line?
Dave Abrahams
5 Posted 11/03/2023 at 13:42:09
Derek (3)

According to Alan Myers Everton FC are putting the incident in the hands of the police, three individuals were seen dismantling the panel. This story will be getting discussed all over the place very soon.

Barry Rathbone
6 Posted 11/03/2023 at 14:04:38
Billy of the Kenwright needs to get out before something really weird happens. Lord knows where this going to end.
Jeff Armstrong
7 Posted 12/03/2023 at 00:14:16
There’s no way back now for Kenwright and his cronies, do the right thing for once and resign, crawl back to London and retire from EFC.
Hans Fyhrqvist
8 Posted 13/03/2023 at 19:16:48
Great rallying call, Zack!

It had both good reasoning and emotional content, as it should.

I like to think it´s self-evident that you local Evertonians, and other Toffee fans in England/UK/Ireland, who go constantly to Goodison, will back our team and players ferociously in our remaining games this season.

The same goes with our away games where the backing has been exemplary in numbers and voice.

And fans who are not able to go to the matches, also around the world, as in my case, we are cheering with excitement in front of our tv/radio/computer/mobile sets, and surely we are spiritually with you who are in the stands, be it at Goodison or away ground.

Keep the belief, for this season and the future, whatever it takes and whatever happens.

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