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“I got £10,000 for winning the Golden Boot but wish I hadn't”

I got £10,000 for winning the Golden Boot, says Everton legend Bob Latchford. But I wish I hadn't... the taxman wouldn't leave me alone!
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Everton suffer bizarre snub in Premier League video

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Wilder wishes 'classy' Everton all the best

Sheffield United manager, Chris Wilder, had some nice things to say about Evertonians and Goodison Park following his side's 1-0 defeat to the Toffees on Saturday.
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The 777 sharks should never have been allowed to circle Everton

In his latest Everton-centred column for the Mail, Ian Herbert pulls no punches in his assessment of 777 Partners and their lack of suitability as owners of the Club and he doesn't hold back on Farhad Moshiri either, describing him as "one of the most inept proprietors to have darkened the doors of our game".
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Tyler: Manchester United should appoint Dyche as successor to Ten Hag

Martin Tyler says that Manchester United should appoint Sean Dyche as successor to Erik ten Hag in what would be an astonishing move by Sir Jim Ratcliffe
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Everton’s takeover screams danger – 777 could pose a bigger threat than relegation

In his latest column for The Telegraph, Jamie Carragher highlights the threat to Everton's future posed by the potential ownership of 777 Partners but tries to argue that its incumbent on the supporters to make their opposition to the takeover heard more loudly
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Despite points deductions and uncertainty, Everton won't stop fighting

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Dr David France Special: Gods of Goodison

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Jimmy Mulville voices his concerns about Everton ownership

BBC Radio 4's flagship news and current affairs programme, Today, featured a short interview with lifelong Everton fan, Jimmy Mulville
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Why ‘the worst run club in the country’ is now playing for its future

The plight of one of England’s most successful clubs has come to sum up every major issue in the modern game,
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Everton are a Grand Old Club facing debt and uncertainty

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Petition calls on Richard Masters to resign

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Revolution in Bermuda

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How did so many Americans’ retirement money end up in Bermuda?

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Everton / 777 / MSP:  A Way Forward?

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George Farmer grave rededication

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Conditional access

The good news for 777 Partners is that the Premier League is finally “minded to approve” their bid to purchase Everton. The bad news is the four conditions they need to meet to make it happen, write Paul Brown and Philippe Auclair.
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UHT Podcast: The Unofficial Everton Timeline

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“Making it up as they go along”

“Will Everton and Forest be the only clubs ever to be charged ... because I think they’ve been making it up as they go along.”
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Jordan Pickford is an England great who must be cherished

"Pickford hasn't been merely reliable for England, he has been consistently excellent, some might even say superb."
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Relive the illustrated Dixie Dean Story by Paul Trevillion

Artist Paul Trevillion was commissioned back in the 1960-61 season to produce the illustrated story of Dixie Dean’s illustrious career, as featured then in the Liverpool Echo.
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Colin Chong thanks fan groups for appeal support

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“Everton will always hold a special place in my heart”

England international and Bayern Munich defender Eric Dier opens up on his 18-month spell at Everton and reveals why he discovered such a “fantastic” club when he arrived on Merseyside.
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Sean Dyche: Love is shown by telling the whole, brutal truth

In a wide-ranging interview with Matthew Syed for The Times, Sean Dyche describes the moment he found out about Everton's historic points deduction, his views on the softness and the lack of honesty in the modern game and the merits of simply telling the truth.
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Everton prepare for pivotal week on and off pitch after spark of defiance fades

This article by Andy Hunter in The Guardian provides a pretty succinct overview of Everton's situation as the club enters what could be a pivotal week in its storied history
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Everton or bust?

The investigative journalists at Josimar report on a document from August of last year that may shed some light on where 777 Partners are getting their funding.
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Everton’s points deduction and their legal path ahead

Yasin Patel and Caitlin Haberlin-Chambers undertake a thorough analysis of Everton’s grounds for appealing the 10-point deduction levied by the Premier League in November, delving into the intricate intersection of political and legal issues.
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Standard Liege CEO admits doubts over 777 Partners as Vasco fans sound alarm

Everton's prospective owners, 777 Partners, continue to come in for criticism at two of their under-performing clubs.
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Sean Dyche – a year as the Gaffer

Radio Merseyside's Giulia Bould catches up with Sean Dyche in this Bonus Episode 12 of the excellent BBC podcast series, Everton: Nothing Will Be The Same
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Everton and Nottingham Forest broke rules they voted for – there is no conspiracy

In The Mirror, John Cross writes that, "‌Everton and Nottingham Forest are up in arms after being charged for overspending while conveniently forgetting it was actually the clubs themselves who brought in PSR more than a decade ago."
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Li Tie admits to match fixing in China

Former Everton midfielder Li Tie has confessed to being involved in match-fixing following an investigation by the Chinese government into corruption in Chinese football.
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Fan Management Zone in the works for Sandhills Station

The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority is working with Everton Football Club to develop a Fan Management Zone (FMZ) for Sandhills station to support the new Everton Stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.
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Uefa and Fifa rules banning breakaway league unlawful, says court

Uefa and Fifa rules banning clubs joining breakaway competitions like the European Super League are unlawful, the European Court of Justice has ruled.
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Everton can be 'missing link' in 777 Partners portfolio

In an interview with The Telegraph, 777 Partners' global sporting director, Johannes Spors, outlines how Everton can be 'missing link' in the firm's plans and says that if the takeover is given green the light, they will prove Everton doubters wrong.
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Liverpool Echo dismiss Daily Mail's Matt Hughes

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Everton's US Buyer Leaves Trail of Questions Over Its Finances

As the English Premier League examines the purchase, 777 Partners says there's a campaign to undermine its takeover of the club.
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Everton vs The Premier League: Here Comes the War

Evertonians must prepare for a protracted battle in the public sphere. This article provides eight potential arguments for the Appeal – and a clarion call to keep the heat on the Premier League.
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Premier League’s credibility is being eroded case by case

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How the Farhad Moshiri era left Everton languishing on the brink of ruin

Another print media summary piece on Everton's plunge into oblivion that studiously avoids mention of the C-Level Officers who oversaw this and focusses the blame entirely on Farhad Moshiri
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The goalposts were moved in Everton's case... that's why the punishment is so unfair

In the Daily Mail, Ian Herbert highlights the hypocrisy of arbitrary changes to the treatment of interest claimed on loans that helped to fund the construction of the new stadium
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'Points Deduction' poem

Denys E W Jones has penned a poem evoking the defiance that runs through the Everton fanbase on the back of the Independent Commission's decision to impose a 10-point deduction on the club
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Premier League’s 10-point penalty simply doesn’t add up

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Everton's Limbo Could Turn Into a Footballing Crisis

Journalists at Bloomberg provide their synopsis and analysis of Everton's situation as the regulatory approval process for the planned takeover by 777 Partners drags on.
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Phil Neville gets Portland Timbers head coach job in face of fan complaints

Former Everton player Phil Neville, has been given a rough reception by fans of MLS side Portland Timbers, where he has been made Head Coach.
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Sticky Toffees: Why Everton are the target of a mysterious firm targeting European football clubs

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Jarrad Branthwaite Bolsters Everton Defense And Could Emulate John Stones

James Nalton profiles Jarrad Branthwaite for a largely American audience after his standout performance in the win at West Ham United.
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Super League rebels got off lightly — why are Everton being crushed?

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Gbamin still without a club as Everton blamed for injury hell

Jean-Philippe Gbamin is still without a club after tearing up his contract with Everton and foregoing his final year's salary.
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Fit for a King

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Pat Nevin interview with EFCHS

Rob Sawyer and Lewis Royden of the Everton Heritage Society Media Team met up with Pat Nevi before his book signing session at St Luke's on 7 October 2023.
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The Premier League’s camp for 'de-selected' players

A 2022 Premier League study revealed that 97% of players at top academies never play a minute of top-flight football. Another showed more than 10,000 players aged between eight and 18 are released from academy football every year.
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Everton: Nothing Will Be The Same

The BBC have released a podcast series in 10 episodes telling the inside story of Everton's turbulent, pivotal, almost catastrophic 2022-23 season.
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The Mystery Company With One Foot in the Premier League

Another article on 777 Partners in the New York Times.
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Navigating without a compass

On the County Road Cobblers blog, David Wycherley asks, "How do we recapture that feeling of belonging and get back to enjoying the thing that we love the most?"
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777 Partners 'in default' after new missed payment claims

Everton’s prospective owners, 777 Partners, could see their ongoing purchase of Vasco da Gama collapse if they fail to present the remainder of a payment installment that was due this week.
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Dark Blue

Norwegian digital football publication Josimar have published a third article about 777 Partners, the proposed buyers of Everton, this time focusing on a lawsuit filed by a former employee of budget airline Flair.
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Leeds, Leicester and Burnley 'ready to sue' if Everton found guilty

The Daily Mail say that Leeds, Leicester and Burnley have written a joint letter to Everton's future owners 777 Partners to tell them they will sue the club for £300m if they are found guilty of breaking Premier League spending rules, a claim that has been rejected.
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Alex Iwobi: Everton exit, fresh start at Fulham

Alex Iwobi has been talking to The Athletic about his move to Fulham, where he has been reunited with former Everton manager, Marco Silva
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Farhad Moshiri plots exit after ruinous reign but Everton’s future still unsure

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‘If Everton are relegated, the losses will be colossal’

This 'Special Report' appears in The Telegraph, claiming that, with fans mutinous, former employees fear Everton are drifting towards an abyss under Farhad Moshiri and Bill Kenwright
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Everton teeter on the brink after 30 years of mismanagement

Jonathan Wilson in The Guardian reviews the litany of painful truisms that Evertonians know only too well define the last 30 years.
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All you wanted to know about Everton Stadium's construction

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Everton are 'circling the drain'

Everton are circling the drain: Detailed analysis over last 20 years shows they are the most likely established club to be relegated
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Everton appear to have dodged tainted 777 Partners?

Earlier this month, Josimar Football reported at length on 777 Partners and their murky association with a range of court cases in the US.
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SkyBet's Everton fans rock-bottom on optimism

In a poll of over 1,400 Premier League fans, those claiming to support Everton were the least optimistic about the 2023-24 season
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