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


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


Everton’s hierarchy has always had problems with numbers; there was the £30m ring fenced for the Kings Dock stadium that turned out to be a figment of somebody’s theatrical imagination, the £50m from Tesco that turned out to be little more than a stage illusion and of course there’s the managers transfer budget which has … Continue reading


It has been a whirlwind three months since the infamous Blue Union interview with Bill Kenwright. Whether or not you agree with the Blue Union, there can be no doubting that we are only doing this because we want a better Everton. An Everton with a future and an Everton we can be proud of … Continue reading


With its second meeting attracting an estimated seven hundred concerned Blues, Colin Fitzpatrick delivered a superb presentation on Everton FC’s finances. The Blue Union have released a detailed PDF of the financial details discussed by Colin the  public meeting. Following an ad hoc meeting in September, the result of which was a well attended demonstration, … Continue reading


The Blue Union will be holding a rally and protest before the Wolves game on the 19th November from 2pm on the Council Fields, Spellow Lane. The march route is yet to be finalised. Turn up in your numbers as you did before the Aston Villa match. It’s Time For Change – we are being … Continue reading

The Blue Union in The Times

On Saturday 1st of October an article containing the following piece by KEIOC’s secretary appeared in The Times; apparently the journalist was subsequently banned from obtaining quotes from Everton’s players after the game. These bans are becoming something of a badge of honour amongst journalists these days; print the truth, maintain your integrity and receive … Continue reading


At 14:00 on Saturday 8th October Zeligs bar and restaurant in Liverpool One will genuinely become the talk of the town for all concerned Evertonians when The Blue Union hold their second public meeting. Following a highly successful inaugural meeting last month  The Blue Union will be discussing matters on and off the pitch, with … Continue reading