Last edited by dark destroyer; 20-09-2011 at 20:20.
Happened at the start of last month.
Think they're paying them £1.4m which is a bit less than the Barclay's and Investec loans they have previously taken out. Fact is that the club, well any club shouldn't have to take out a loan on future TV revenue just for cash flow. It's worrying no matter how 'small' a loan it might be.
yeah was reading the in the Guardian this evening, shocked to say the least. Always thought however tight our belts that we were being run that riskily - spending money from next season? I know we haven't been relegated since the early 50's but still, would pretty much cripple us if we did spending parachute money on paying off debts.
still the announcement from the club makes me feel a bit better, and I've known digger to be wrong before!
If we got relegated it would be a financial disaster but expect us to be still up the top of the table.
we've signed Marcus Hahnemann on loan till january, not bad for 3rd choice cover imo but in our current financial state why are we spending anything on a position we have no issues with? I can only guess that moyes didn't like what he saw from Mucha on wednesday as he was a little shoddy and gave a pen away (technically).
Makes sense, remember a few years ago when we had to sign a keeper on emergency loan after some injuries to our existing 4? If Mucha or Howard got injured we have no backup, and Hahnemann seems a good option, good planning just in case.
Bloody hell we've signed a striker!
Ok so he's hardly new or the biggest name, but has his moments and a much needed extra option. Great business too getting him back on a free having sold him for £5m!
yep time and again we do great business.
Makes me wonder how ****ed we'd be if that wasn't the case! Also a good answer to those claiming our club is badly run.
Passing on some sad news that the last surviving member of the great 1939/40 Everton winning championship side passed away on Thursday 20/10/11 in Shrewsbury hospital Shropshire, William Frank Griffiths(Dixie) aged 90 (middle row 4th from right)has left behind his wife Margaret,daughter Karen,and grandchildren Llyr & Bran. R.I.P Frank Nil Satis Nisi Optimum...
Nice one dave i seen this on your facebook page the other day.
Hello guys, will anyone be recording the game with chelsea today? Doesnt seem to be streamed anywhere. Hopefully someone does and shares it via a download link.
Asking the question in one place instead of three would have sufficed, such as the downloads section where you posted.
So we went out of the Carling Cup last night to Chelsea and I was gutted ...
BUT then I checked my emails before I logged off and received this:
Thank you for entering the competition to win an Everton-branded television. I am pleased to inform you that you have been randomly selected as the winner of the competition.
Please could you provide your address details and I will arrange for the television to be sent to you.
Position: Press and PR Officer
That certainly cheered me up a bit !!
22" LCD television with built in Freeview to view up to 50 digital TV channels and listen to up to 24 digital radio stations.
HD Ready perfect for connecting to other HD devices (for example Sky HD or Virgin HD). HDMI connection to make the connecting as simple a one wire.
Built-in DVD player capable of playing store purchased DVD as well as many recorded DVD formats (DVD+RW, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD-R). Also capable of playing music CDs and Jpeg Photo CDs.
USB media player to listen to music, watch movies and view photos, quickly and easily from any USB memory key or hard drive.
Record to USB function allow you to:
- Instantly record a programme to a USB Memory key or Hard drive
- Set future recordings using the 7 day TV guide
- Pause live television and then return to view it later.
7 day TV programme guide so you can plan your week, set reminders.
EVERTON FC - THE PRIDE OF MERSEYSIDE (AGAIN)
Love the Everton remote