Posted 31 Jul 2007 - 07:48
This is what has been sent to those elegible to vote
Posted 31 Jul 2007 - 08:08
"" We dont want to be left behind, WE DONT EVER WANT TO ACCEPT SECOND BEST""
Taking the piss or what, thats exactly what they have done do they think we are all Morons who cant think or make decisions for ourselves.
Thought it was just going to be a ballott paper with a yes or no on it, It now becomes a bit one sided with this brochure, because of the exclusivity deal the LCC cannot produce their own brochure with plans and sites and everyone imaking favourable quotes in theirs, a simple yes or no on a Ballot paper was all that was needed.
PS. We are so deep in debt that we cannot afford to compete in the transfer market, yet i'm wondering just how much it has cost to produce, print, and distribute 40,000 of these superb glossy Brochures, this is grovelling at its best.
Posted 31 Jul 2007 - 08:17
Posted 31 Jul 2007 - 08:23
interesting to see comments there from the likes of Alan Stubbs who of course would look at this as more than just a player. Surly the players would have a fair indication of what might be best.
Obviously not Bill
It was interesting to see how Lee Carsley's opinion was edited with what was put in brackets...
“I know there is a lot of history attached to
Goodison and in many ways it would be a
shame to move but you have got to move
with the times. In this day and age it is all
about attracting top players as well and if you
have got a sparkling new stadium to show
them it always helps. You just have to look at
the facilities at other clubs to realise we are
not currently at the level we should be at for
a club of our stature. Moving from Goodison
to a new stadium (in Kirkby) would resolve
that situation. I think it would be fantastic on
the corporate side to generate more money
for the club so we can go out and compete.”
Posted 31 Jul 2007 - 11:48
It doesn't say how many more years Goodison is sustainable for and why we HAVE to move right now. The main message start to finish is take what's on offer now or you will be responsible for the club's downfall.
Posted 31 Jul 2007 - 13:39
Jul 31 2007
by Neil Hodgson, Liverpool Echo
THE Merseytram dream could be back on track if Everton’s proposed move to Kirkby goes ahead.
Today’s new hope came as Everton launched a major offensive to persuade fans to vote for a move to Kirkby.
Blues supporters and residents remain split over the development, with opposition gathering strength.
Everton’s proposed Valley Road stadium would be close to the planned tram route.
. . . . .
What else is going to surface to try to push this through, christ dont enough Busses go to Kirkby already, its just a case of putting on a couple of extra's on match days.
I cant believe the desperation thats coming to the fore about this move, its getting beyond a joke.
Are we in such Dire straights that they resort to grovelling on bended knees pleading with us to move, If we are in such a mess its KENWRIGHT and WYNESS who have taken us there, so can anybody vote with any confidence to let them carry on ruining the club, Anything and everything has been systematicly stripped and sold, they wont even leave us with our dignity.
Posted 31 Jul 2007 - 19:31
When are we supposed to be receiving these brochures?
From next monday (I think) its all part of the stuff that comes with your ballot
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