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#1 Louis

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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 14:51

Bill set to confirm Kirkby move... but I think Liam/Goldfish Memory has already told us that.
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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 14:56

when will we be able to find out what was discussed and decided at the meeting?
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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 14:57

Usually someone posts a summary of went on.

Personally I think that it should be broadcast on evertontv.
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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 15:11

They've not signed to move though, just signed a deal to investigate the possibility of a move. It's a million miles away from being certain.
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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 15:28

yep, just the first step of many! (if any)
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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 16:35

i heard somewhere that the shareholders can elect a new chairman. i personally dont believe it as BK wont budge and he wont accept a takeover
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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 17:44

That's only if Earl, Woods and other shareholders vote him out afaik.
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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 18:32

They've not signed to move though, just signed a deal to investigate the possibility of a move. It's a million miles away from being certain.

I'll say it again KINGS DOCK!!!!!
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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 20:27

http://www.evertonfc...ned-at-agm.html

is that it?
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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 20:28

Rowlo usually attends.

Hoping for another Rowlo report.
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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 20:39

Fozzie.. I reckon you're being unfair. Kings Dock fell apart because of spiralling costs - nothing the club could do afaik, they had 30m ready but the costs risen by 28m and no other partner would share the bill. EFC could not afford it and no one would offer a loan.
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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 22:21

So why wouldn't tesco/leahy be interested in the King's Dock? It was a prime location, would figure on the famous waterfront skyline, would remain within the city, half decent travel infrastucture, space for car parking etc. And the design was out of this world. Surely they could fit a little tesco express next-door?! Serioulsy tho, why not re-investigate that location with tesco/planet h'wood etc-you'd think those companies would much prefer a location like that. There's even the albert dock to compliment it.

If it was ever the number 1 choice, it should remain that way until 100% exhausted whcih I doubt it is, rather than plump for just anywhere as this kirkby site appears to be.
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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 22:26

Blue-tac said..........why not re-investigate that location with tesco/planet h'wood etc-you'd think those companies would much prefer a location like that.
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Too late Mate, already building an Indoor Arena come Concert Hall on that site, in fact its nearly finished.
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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 22:33

Jeez, didn't realise it was that advanced. It's been a while since i've been round that area. Can you tell!
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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 22:39

the docks wont appeal to Tesco as Knowsley are offering 50m worth of land
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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 23:15

Yeah I got the ferry the other day just for the sake of it and I was shocked at how much the kings dock has changed. It looks a fantastic venue.

It's a shame they never put the proposed ice rink in there.
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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 23:35

i guess no one was listening when they talked about Da Silva???
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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 23:50

i guess no one was listening when they talked about Da Silva???



I just seen that on the official site StevO, the mystery that is Da Silva may be solved. I wouldnt hold your breath though.
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Posted 11 Dec 2006 - 23:54

Mark - Thats a picture of Sonny Anderson! The site is a joke ;)

Kenwright said it'll take 3-4 weeks for Anderson Da Silva Franca joins us. He said at the agm (apparently) that his agent let us down because he said he would have all passport malarky sorted out.

He's cost us 700,000 and not even played.

David France collection is worth 750,000 and has not been acquired. Something's amiss.
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Posted 12 Dec 2006 - 01:16

Fozzie.. I reckon you're being unfair. Kings Dock fell apart because of spiralling costs - nothing the club could do afaik, they had 30m ready but the costs risen by 28m and no other partner would share the bill. EFC could not afford it and no one would offer a loan.

I'm far from being unfair..the truth was the CLUb didnt have the 30 mill for the project to go ahead otherwise we'd be in there now,why this project is any different than that one bewilders me.

the docks wont appeal to Tesco as Knowsley are offering 50m worth of land

The thing is with that they cant just give us the land..it would be a massive knockdown price though.

But lets recap and say this goes through (nothign at been signed of course)

1 year to get the deal through and get the land sorted..

1 year for yet another poll to be organised for the fans..though those 2 could run concurently.

1 year to get planning/goverment permission to build it..

18 mopnths 2 years to build it..

Minmum 5 years before we get in there or more likly 2-3 for BK to have breathing space as this simply wont get of the ground in the first place.

I'll say it again our big chance to move was Kings Dock we didnt have the money then (and all sorts of agencies where throwing the stuff at us) and i'm bloody sure we wont have it now.

In sort its yet another one of BK's pipe dreams that'll end in tears.

Mark my words.
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Posted 12 Dec 2006 - 08:57

even though this is only in early stages foz, we have no idea what sort of finances are being thrown our way for this. the money we'll get for Goodison may be all we would need to contribute
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Posted 12 Dec 2006 - 09:00

even though this is only in early stages foz, we have no idea what sort of finances are being thrown our way for this. the money we'll get for Goodison may be all we would need to contribute

Cant see that mate i really cant..whats Goodison worth at most 20-30 mill?..mainly becuase of its landlocked location it wont appeal to retial park devolpers
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Posted 12 Dec 2006 - 09:01

we may be at the opposite end of the optimism scale, but i can see this coming off, what with the free land, Tescos involvement and Robert Earl isnt here just to help out his mate
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Posted 12 Dec 2006 - 09:34

we may be at the opposite end of the optimism scale, but i can see this coming off, what with the free land, Tescos involvement and Robert Earl isnt here just to help out his mate

The land cant and wont be free simple as that..imagine the upraor if the council just gave it away from other companys it just woint happen..heavily discounted yes but free no
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Posted 12 Dec 2006 - 09:38

well if tis part of a regeneration programme for the surrounding areas then it wouldn't be so impossible to give the land away to get companies like Tesco and Everton to invest.

even so, heavily discounted is a hell of a lot better than were getting out of liverpool council.
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Posted 12 Dec 2006 - 09:40

I have to hand it to BK..gets everyones hopes up and all is well in evertonland..lets wait a couple of years and see how rosy it looks then ;)
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Posted 12 Dec 2006 - 09:41

Think they do give it away, RENT FREE FOR SEVERAL YEARS.
Just to encourage Companies business and rejuvenate the area....Employment, Housing and such.

Edited by Licker, 12 Dec 2006 - 09:42.

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Posted 12 Dec 2006 - 10:25

exactly licker, happens all the time with council estates and such, property being sold for 1 for the sake of regeneration. will probably besomethin like a 100year lease
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Posted 12 Dec 2006 - 11:54

Think they do give it away, RENT FREE FOR SEVERAL YEARS.
Just to encourage Companies business and rejuvenate the area....Employment, Housing and such.

Aye that could be it,but if this comes off (it wont) if we're not careful we're going to land the club in massive debt that our childrens grandkids will still be seeing paid off.
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Posted 12 Dec 2006 - 11:59

ill be dead then, so i wont care :lol:
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Posted 12 Dec 2006 - 12:06

Hate to say it but I agree with Fozzie 100%
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Posted 12 Dec 2006 - 13:18

ill be dead then, so i wont care :lol:



So might Everton Football Club


When I was reading the article on icLiverpool about the AGM this automatically jumped out at me

Earlier in the evening, Kenwright had been re-elected as chairman but with some opposition from shareholders.
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Posted 12 Dec 2006 - 13:23

Earlier in the evening, Kenwright had been re-elected as chairman but with some opposition from shareholders.


about time he had some opposition.

also read that shareholders were asking for a non executive member on the board, good idea me thinks
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Posted 12 Dec 2006 - 13:27

Someone on Kipper was saying that it wasnt even remotely like a democracy at the AGM, with BK making it clear he was the boss and everything would be done his way. We will never get him out of our club unless he dies.
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Posted 12 Dec 2006 - 13:30

the shareholders had their chance to not re-elect him last nite, hopefuly next year they might do it right
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Posted 14 Dec 2006 - 01:14

Someone on Kipper was saying that it wasnt even remotely like a democracy at the AGM, with BK making it clear he was the boss and everything would be done his way. We will never get him out of our club unless he dies.

And this frightens me..look at his great mate deadly doug at villa....took a frigging wrench to get that bastard out of there
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Posted 14 Dec 2006 - 13:32

BK is worse that Ellis, atleast Ellis balanced the fucking books
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Posted 14 Dec 2006 - 17:15

just studied the Coup of Brumaire in history today. and just thinking. why cant we do that. organise the fans to force BK out. im sure we could find a normal person on the street who is better than BK as a chairman. BK maybe an evertonian and his love for the club i respect. but he isnt a buisnessman. get rid i say

Edited by thebluenose, 14 Dec 2006 - 17:16.

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Posted 14 Dec 2006 - 18:35

So might Everton Football Club
When I was reading the article on icLiverpool about the AGM this automatically jumped out at me

Earlier in the evening, Kenwright had been re-elected as chairman but with some opposition from shareholders.



That worries the living daylights out of me. was the oposition strong enough to send shivers down Silly Billy's back, the man has the hide of a rhino, and anyone who wants power this much is doing it for the wrong reasons.

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Posted 15 Dec 2006 - 12:14

BK is worse that Ellis, atleast Ellis balanced the fucking books

Well yes...that much is very true

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That worries the living daylights out of me. was the oposition strong enough to send shivers down Silly Billy's back, the man has the hide of a rhino, and anyone who wants power this much is doing it for the wrong reasons.

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And again spot on..the man is treating Everton as his toy and frankly thats not healthy for the club
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