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24 Sep 2023 20:57:13
Ed02 if the 777 takeover goes through do you see Everton signing players from liege Genoa etc similar to Watford and udinese?

{Ed002's Note - No, I am not aware of any such plans.}

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25 Sep 2023 15:37:21
Thanks for the response, do you expect any sort of transfer budget to be made available or will it still be a case of sell to buy?

{Ed002's Note - Transfers will not be a matter of discussion right now. Regardless, the club has to be sustainable.}

25 Sep 2023 23:27:52
Steak pies will go up.

26 Sep 2023 06:42:18
Totally agree Ed.

We can’t just think that because we’ve got new owners we can start throwing money around again. Years of signing players with no sell on value, on massive contracts has crippled us.

We’ve got to look to sign younger players who should, given the right amount of time and coaching, become sellable assets. Branwaithe and Onana are perfect examples of this. We will probably lose them both next Summer, but (if we are still in the Prem) we should hope to get £50m for them each maybe more; in Branthwaite’s case, that’s pure profit. We can then look to reinvest that.

The green shoots are there. I reckon we should be in a far better place after the next two transfer windows (if 777 don’t bankrupt us) .

{Ed002's Note - How would 777 bankrupt Everton?}

26 Sep 2023 11:06:21
I think there is misconception that 777 would be bad for our finances which I don't think is the case. They may very well be very good for our finances but at the expense of our soul and possibly even worse results on the pitch if there other clubs performance are to be believed.
Having said that, I think of all the Clubs they own Everton has the most potential upside of they can get the results on the pitch so it really is in their own interests to aim to improve us.

26 Sep 2023 11:23:57
From what I can see 777 will run the club similar to the Liverpool structure, spend what you earn which potentially could be a decent amount once stadium is completed

Genoa and Melbourne seem to be doing ok and they won't invest more into standard liege as there's no money in the Belgian league so why throw it away

Sustainability is something Everton need right now so maybe not all doom and gloom after all.



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