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Just seen this on bluekipper so i thought id let everyone see it

 

Been told by a certain High profile Tesco person today, that we will be having a Tesco Person on to the board very shortly.

Also the Kirkby site for the ground is the favoured one as it will also have shops,bars,bowling etc inc a Tesco.

Tesco have had a huge input into this and will become more involved with everthing to do with the club,costs,etc.

 

The new guy in question is based in London at the moment and is good friends with Bill, but is from this area and a also an Evertonian,

 

I have no idea if its true or anything

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Just wish one of tescos trolleys would run BK over and let someone else have a go.

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Just wish one of tescos trolleys would run BK over and let someone else have a go.

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you cant blame bk he came up with money last season and now this,

it was d moyes who made the mistakes last season :o

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I dont think bluekipper is very reliable, I mean have you seen their exclusive (not photoshopped at all) picture of Andy Johnson in the 'new away kit'?

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I dont think bluekipper is very reliable, I mean have you seen their exclusive (not photoshopped at all) picture of Andy Johnson in the 'new away kit'?

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I think Bluekipper is reliable, it's the forum that's crap and gets slaughtered on here (and rightly so). I assume the Tesco person they are referring to is Terry Leahy who is the Chief Exec (I think) and scouser/Evertonian.

Some may remember BK was trying to get him to invest around just before the Fortress Sport fiasco but TL said he would only join on an advisory sense.

 

Seems he turned Teso's fortunes around quite swiftly and he is a millionaire so guess it can't do any harm!!

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Seems very unlikely tbh

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very wrong im affraid!

 

this guy has been working with Everton for a few years, as stated, in an advisory role.

you see Everton never really have anyone with pulling power to help them stand up against local governments etc...

like when we were denied planning on stanley park and liverpool were accepted, he was the guy who approached the local government on our behalf.

this fella knows business, its just a shame he doesnt want to own a football club!

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you cant blame bk he came up with money last season and now this,

it was d moyes who made the mistakes last season :o

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I can and i do blame BK.. ;)

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No chance foz, have you ever tried to steer a Tesco trolley? They dont go where you want them to!!

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:lol: how true :D

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Just wish one of tescos trolleys would run BK over and let someone else have a go.

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The tesco guy is already a big investor in the club anyway.

 

Having him on the board will make no difference whatsoever!

 

Just heard a rumour that United have done a deal with us over Cahill - reportedly worth around £9m...

 

if he goes, were doomed.

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The tesco guy is already a big investor in the club anyway.

 

Having him on the board will make no difference whatsoever!

 

Just heard a rumour that United have done a deal with us over Cahill - reportedly worth around £9m...

 

if he goes, were doomed.

29747[/snapback]

 

I mentioned that on another thread, where did you hear it?

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The tesco guy is already a big investor in the club anyway.

 

Having him on the board will make no difference whatsoever!

 

Just heard a rumour that United have done a deal with us over Cahill - reportedly worth around £9m...

 

if he goes, were doomed.

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hes not on the board or an investor.

hes just a fan with a very good business mind, and a friend of some board members, so hes just an advisor and a helping hand when he can.

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The tesco guy is already a big investor in the club anyway.

 

Having him on the board will make no difference whatsoever!

 

Just heard a rumour that United have done a deal with us over Cahill - reportedly worth around £9m...

 

if he goes, were doomed.

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You know i said something like this about united and cahill back when keane left..just me rambling i grant you..but...

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Yes mr Leahy as mentioned has been a peripheral advisor for sometime.

 

I also have it on good authority that Everton Football Club's modern alliance/history with the Tesco corporation is set to soon be furthered.

 

Yes & under the tutelage of one Mr Angel, one Francis Jeffers it seems does have future prospects after all.............. :D:D:D

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Yes mr Leahy as mentioned has been a peripheral advisor for sometime.

 

I also have it on good authority that Everton Football Club's modern alliance/history with  the Tesco corporation is set to soon be furthered.

 

Yes & under the tutelage of  one Mr Angel, one Francis Jeffers it seems does have future prospects after all.............. :D   :D   :D

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:lol: ja think :D

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if weve got tescos on board i expect to see a change of sponsorship and maybe a little more cash coming in, especially if they have a guy on the board.

 

they will want to be associated with a successful club and theyve got the cash to create that success.

 

we live in interesting times!

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Everton in talks on stadium move

 

The last plans to move from Goodison Park collapsed in 2003

Everton Football Club is in talks about a potential move out of Liverpool into a new stadium in Kirkby.

The club has identified a site near the town centre to build a 55,000-seater ground as part of a development of shops, a hotel and supermarket.

 

The club needs to increase capacity and improve its corporate facilities and cannot do that at Goodison Park.

 

Knowsley Council has confirmed it is in talks to include a stadium in plans for the site off Cherryfield Drive.

 

An Everton spokeswoman said the club was making no comment.

 

Kirkby is one of a number of options being considered by Everton for a potential new stadium

 

Knowsley Council spokesperson

But Knowsley Council confirmed that Kirkby was being considered as an alternative to Goodison Park.

 

"We are in the early stages of discussion with Tesco regarding a potential leisure and retail development close to Kirkby town centre," a spokesperson said.

 

"The development has the potential to incorporate a new stadium for Everton Football Club. Kirkby is one of a number of options being considered by Everton for a potential new stadium.

 

"The council welcomes the opportunity to discuss a development that could be of great benefit to the Kirkby community and contribute to the ongoing regeneration of Merseyside."

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Yes mr Leahy as mentioned has been a peripheral advisor for sometime.

 

I also have it on good authority that Everton Football Club's modern alliance/history with  the Tesco corporation is set to soon be furthered.

 

Yes & under the tutelage of  one Mr Angel, one Francis Jeffers it seems does have future prospects after all.............. :D   :D   :D

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Just got that Pat..classic :lol:

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