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Posted 02 Aug 2008 - 22:11

The Everton chairman, Bill Kenwright, has appealed for patience amid growing frustration at the lack of new faces at Goodison Park this summer. The club's manager, David Moyes, this week voiced his frustration at the threadbare nature of his squad, which he says requires "five or six players" to remain competitive.

But Kenwright insisted it is a case of when, not if, the squad is strengthened. "Whilst I can fully understand the sense of frustration being felt by our supporters in the wake of what some perceive to be a moratorium with regard to the signing of new players, I feel it is important to make a few points," he said on Everton's website yesterday.

While the loan players Manuel Fernandes and Thomas Gravesen have gone back to their respective clubs and the striker Andy Johnson is on the verge of joining Fulham, no new talent has been brought in this summer, leading some to question whether the proposed move to a new stadium in Kirkby might be hampering the club financially.
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