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13 Oct 2017 17:47:32
Bramley Moore Dock the proposed site for Everton's new stadium, proposed so not decided?
Ian Pollitt is saying "This site is the site we're talking to Everton FC about at the moment, and all I can really say at the moment is obviously discussions are ongoing" so still nothing decided? WTF, what happened to "you will have it in 3 years" said no way and got slated here, board dragging there feet again.

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13 Oct 2017 19:07:01
I hear u stig but for me the team is paramount and stadium second. as a package the club needs to be attractive. so I get the importance of the stadium but right now it seems far less important to me.

14 Oct 2017 09:11:26
Yes Stig you are right the team is not the only problem, Ken&co must go.

15 Oct 2017 15:51:17
Think we have to separate the on-field and infrastructure agendas and deal with both in their own merits.
Right manager, right players, right coaching and player development is vital as we need to be challenging in top flight football and have a presence in European competitions.
Financing and building a stadium (and all that goes with it) is equally as important and the two, whilst complimentary, should be treated on their own merits.
Man City wouldn't be where they are now if they were still playing at Maine Rd.
Arsenal's off field planning has put them as one of the strongest bases for future progression in World football. (take out of that Wenger is past his sell by date)
Any decisions bases on the stadium has to look 5 to 10 years in the future.
On field crisis has to be dealt with now and that is a different mind set than running the business side of the club.

15 Oct 2017 16:41:00
Young guns, Man City were handed the golden goose in respect to their ground. It was Manchester City Council who built it and it's official name is "The Stadium of Manchester". Man City were given naming rights on a leased basis hence the name Etihad. They only lease the ground and pay around £3m per year to do so. I'm sure you will agree that's not a bad deal for any premiership side.

15 Oct 2017 17:05:35
grumpy. is that not similar to the ground deal we are hoping to get.

15 Oct 2017 18:06:21
No Dixie,

City did not pay anything for building it and own none of it. Even when they raised the seating capacity the council paid for most of it.
My understanding of our deal is that we will be paying a significant amount and will actually own part/ all of the stadium with Liverpool city council contributing to the cost, we will own the naming rights and any events held there will have to go through EFC and not the council, the reverse is true of Man City.

15 Oct 2017 18:24:00
You're right Grumpy, but it is still a 21st Century stadium fit for purpose and a draw for investment . Goodison Park isn't.
We need a new stadium, I appreciate deals have to be right and I think Moshiri is from a financing and business background that makes that the right deal.
If Liverpool Council pays any part as long as it doesn't effect the football side of the club then bring it on.
Gone are the days of clubs solely owning their home.
Our goal should be to have the best British stadium, eclipsing The Emirates, The Etihad, the new Spurs ground and even Wembley.

{Ed002's Note - I think you perhaps misunderstand what is happening with the stadium and the proposal.}

15 Oct 2017 19:19:09
I probably do Ed002,

It's an age thing, these days the things I don't misunderstand are often things I have made up.







 

 

 
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