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4 minutes ago, Bob Spunkmouse said:

When I was a kid I did used to think like that about the sharp (Utd sponsor) but it was pretty fucking infantile and I grew out of it.

The amusing things about hafnia, who I'm sure they'll claim as a first (think we signed with Hitachi in the same season) is this and they wonder till today why we have more scandie fans......

Hafnia was a Danish canned meat company - but you could never buy a tin of Hafnia ham in Britain. Presumably appealing to the large base of English football fans in Scandinavia

 

 

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I remember the week after we signed with Hitachi I was in the Main Stand car park trying to get player autographs and all the players were coming out with armfuls of freebie Hitachi gear like stereos.

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39 minutes ago, Anubis said:

I remember the week after we signed with Hitachi I was in the Main Stand car park trying to get player autographs and all the players were coming out with armfuls of freebie Hitachi gear like stereos.

Did you go back looking for bags of cash when we signed with Standard Chartered?

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15 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

Did you go back looking for bags of cash when we signed with Standard Chartered?

Yeah. Or for diamonds and emeralds when we were sponsored by Crown? 

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On 17/01/2020 at 14:32, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

Everton’s new propaganda chief.

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Looks like the Man's daddy.

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Ha ha, clubs like West Ham and Palace, can’t think of anymore clubs that are in that bracket................

 

 

 

 

hayatcokgarip

hayatcokgarip

Player Valuation: £20m
been saying that he is best suited to the clubs like West Ham or Crystal Palace, dunno why we opted for him two years ago or why he chose us while it was crystalclear he enjoys teams which has pacey wingers and usually sit deep, so win-win for both parties, they will most probably buy him now, he didn't disrespect to this club, gave his all whenever he was played, good luck to him at PL I guess, he can't score against us this season thankfully.

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Cenk Tosun has inadvertently revealed Uzzy's grand plan: buy everyone and loan them out so they can't play against the Bloos. Hahaha, der Redshite will be reduced to playing their kids!

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JP Morgan and MUFG have been appointed Everton FC’s financial advisers to arrange roughly £500m ($651m) of financing for the football club’s new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock in Liverpool. One source close to the prospective deal told GlobalCapital “all options are on the table” regarding funding routes.

 

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“MUFG and JP Morgan will structure and arrange a financing package in the region of £500m, which will draw upon some combination of senior debt, junior debt, and equity,” said another source close to the situation.

 

Whether the two banks will provide a bridge facility for the stadium is yet to be determined, but MUFG’s debt capital markets and structured finance teams are working with Everton on the prospective financing, while JP Morgan has deployed its public finance desk.

 

“A detailed due diligence package covering key areas such as legal, technical and commercial considerations is being prepared by Everton FC and its advisers so that the funding process can be launched to the market and credit ratings agencies by the time the planning process has been completed,” the second source added.

 

Everton submitted planning proposals for a new stadium on December 23 and expects a determination from local authorities this summer. The plans are set to have a transformational impact on northern Liverpool, where the club is based, with property consultancy firm CBRE stating that the new stadium would deliver a £1bn boost to the local economy and provide as many as 15,000 jobs in the area.

 

The club is going through a period of financial fluidity. It reported a £111.8m loss for the past 13 months at its annual meeting on Tuesday evening. The club put the record loss down to, among other things, the acquisition of a series of expensive players for about £100m in total, failing to make it into European competitions that year and accounting for 13 months (as opposed to 12) in the last financial year.  

 

https://www.globalcapital.com/article/b1jwyxhxl2qt1q/everton-hires-jp-morgan-mufg-for-stadium

 

“The set of accounts released today [Tuesday] reflect our ambition and position as a club in the early stages of an investment programme,” said Denise Barrett-Baxendale, chief executive of Everton FC, in a statement. “We have been aware of and planned for the impact the investment would have on our short-term profitability and this is part of a long-term sustainable business plan that demonstrates our commitment to operating in a financially sustainable manner. Looking forward, investment in a world-class new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock offers us all an insight into the future of our club and underlines our ambition to take the club forward.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Has that Ajeti fella got a gun built into the back of his head? Holgate looked like he'd been shot then.

 

No doubt the football purists over at GOT will have something to say about his snide, cheating dive.

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23 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

Has that Ajeti fella got a gun built into the back of his head? Holgate looked like he'd been shot then.

 

No doubt the football purists over at GOT will have something to say about his snide, cheating dive.

The same holgate who tried to shove an obvious Brazilian racist out the ground for stuff he was about to say? Nah. Class and dignity players don't do things like that. Twas a red card for the irons player for his assault on poor little Mason

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The club is going through a period of financial fluidity.  It reported a £111.8m loss for the past 13 months at its annual meeting on Tuesday evening. The club put the record loss down to, among other things, the acquisition of a series of expensive players for about £100m in total, failing to make it into European competitions that year and accounting for 13 months (as opposed to 12) in the last financial year.

Hilarious. Three Europa League qualifications in the last ten years, and missing out is a contributor to 'financial fluidity'.

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3 minutes ago, Pistonbroke said:

Rumours that Everton are going to offer 30 million for Emre Can, they never fucking learn. 

They need strong-minded, consistent players that will fight for every point which is most certainly not Emre, he's a slightly better version of Jonjo Shelvey.

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4 minutes ago, Elite said:

They need strong-minded, consistent players that will fight for every point which is most certainly not Emre, he's a slightly better version of Jonjo Shelvey.

 

Can just lets his head drop and goes missing when the going gets tough, he'll be a disaster for the Bitters mate. It will also be funny to see their fans get their heads round cheering for an ex red. If he actually goes there, which I doubt he would. Reckon he'd be better off hoping that Arsenal or Spurs come knocking. 

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