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

“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


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


After our piece earlier in the week comparing both Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers’ ‘lifelong fan’ chairmen (who oversaw a takeover of his Club for £10) today we compare the both clubs stadiums. When Sir Jack Hayward handed the control of the club over to present chairman Steve Morgan in 2007 the majority of Molineux was … Continue reading


With the impending second Blue Union protest taking place against Wolverhampton Wanderers, it’s as good a time as any to make comparisons between two men: Sir Jack Hayward lifelong Wolves fan and Bill Kenwright lifelong Everton fan. It really does irk us somewhat when journalists like Martin Samuel see it fit to patronise Evertonians and … Continue reading

Blue Union – An open letter to Bill Kenwright

Dear Mr Chairman, We believe the time has arrived to initiate a change at Goodison Park; not simply a change for changes sake, we’re proposing a historic change, a change that will act as the catalyst for Everton, our manager and our players, to once again have the opportunity to become a truly competitive force … Continue reading


The Blue Union will hold a public meeting in Liverpool city centre on September 3rd 2011 to discuss the effectiveness of Everton chairman Bill Kenwright and his board, Everton’s precarious financial position and, in light of the recent events occurring on transfer deadline day, supporter’s genuine concerns over the future of Everton in the Premier … Continue reading


Mikel Arteta, August 2010 http://www.mirrorfootball.co.uk/news/Mikel-Arteta-signs-new-five-year-Everton-deal-article546611.html “The chairman and the manager wanted me to stay 120% and that makes me feel proud. “We are all seeing the club and the future in the same way and that is special – something that you don’t always find. “I believe in this squad. We have got a very … Continue reading


After a busy week supporting the team at both Goodison and Ewood Park we are finally releasing our full response to the unfounded allegations that we believe were intended to undermine the value of the detailed report on our recent meeting with Bill Kenwright. We will endeavour to explain the background and the events subsequent … Continue reading