• We are a group of Everton supporters named The People’s Group.

    Our aim is to highlight the failings of the board through the national media with the hope of getting answers. We have issued a letter which has recieved replies from influential local and national journalists. We appreciate the efforts of Everton 4 Change and KEIOC but believe our group to be an alternative route to the ultimate goal we all wish to achieve Please read our letter and follow us on twitter and facebook.

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A Window of Opportunity

The ups and downs of being an Evertonian in the transfer window eh?? At 10pm on transfer deadline night we were all raging bulls, fuming at the embarrassing news of a ‘ridiculous’ bid to Wigan and learning how Lukaku was heading down the M6 to the wrong training ground. An hour later, we were all … Continue reading

How long will it take before Merseyside captures the attention of football once again?

For once, relevance was to be found in ridicule. If it wasn’t for more than 70,000 Manchester United supporters politely inquiring if they were watching, Merseyside’s role in the final, defining weeks of the Premier League season would have extended no further than Everton losing their manager to the champions without a single penny changing hands. … Continue reading

Time for Everton board to put hands in their own pockets to back Moyes

by Tony Barrett, The Times Newspaper January 02 2013 13:01PM The month of January has been billed as pivotal to the future of David Moyes. That, though, is to underplay and individualise its importance – the next 29 days could determine whether Everton are able to rejoin the elite or begin the process of becoming … Continue reading

Another summer of hardship ahead?

This summer could be Everton FCs biggest in recent history. Consider the start of last season, Bill Kenwright told us: “we make £80m and our outgoings are £85m.” Last season we sold Bellefield, (which we obviously can’t do again) and made a hefty sum from player sales to cover the Club’s debt. Robert Elstone, the … Continue reading


Several Blue Union supporters recently contacted various officers with a link to an article here, published on Everton fan site ‘Dixie’s Sixty’ which claimed to be a balanced view from a supporter equally fed up with The Blue Union and the board but, once read, appears to be more than 85p in the pound against … Continue reading

The Blue Union Race Night Fundraiser

The Blue Union are proud to announce a fundraiser for Saturday 25th February at 7pm in the Bramley Moore pub on the Dock Road, Liverpool. The fundraiser will be in the form of a race night with the aim of raising some much needed funds for our planned “Day of Protest” for the home game … Continue reading


Two weeks can be a long time in football and that is certainly the case for The Blue Union. Since our strategy meeting on January 25th it’s been pretty hectic for both us and Everton Football Club, the latter having a particularly busy time both on and off the pitch. For us the hard work … Continue reading

Blue Union agree on strategy moving forward

On a cold wet Wednesday winter evening, Blue Union supporters, concerned by the all too apparent crisis enveloping our great club, packed into a Liverpool city centre venue to take part in a strategy meeting. The purpose of the strategy meeting was for The Blue Union Officers to listen and gauge the mood of the … Continue reading


The next Blue Union  public meeting takes place in one week at The Casa, Hope Street, Liverpool from 7pm on Wednesday 25th January 2012. The goings on at our club continue to be extremely dynamic and this strategy meeting is to gauge opinions from our supporters on the way forward for the Blue Union with … Continue reading

“Your Blue Union have really betrayed this club.”

The Blue Union wishes to issue the following statement in response to the above comment made by Everton chairman Bill Kenwright during a brief and now well publicised exchange with a small group of Evertonians prior to Saturday’s 3rd round FA Cup tie with Tamworth at Goodison Park. ‘The Blue Union’ are a group of … Continue reading