January 25 A few days ago, Everton boss Farhad Mohiri accepted
Interviewed by the club’s Fan Advisory Board.
He said Everton would not be sold and that he was close to securing investment to help the club build a new stadium.
Moshiri said: “Everton Club will not be sold, but I have been talking to some top investors to get investment to make up for the funding gap to build the stadium. The reason I am doing this is to put top sports investors
Taking it to Everton, we were close to a deal, but it wasn’t selling the club at all.”
“The stadium is the best performing part of our current operation: on time, on budget. Once we get over the team’s slump, the fans can start living the dream with me. A perfect stadium has never been a luxury for Everton.
goods. For us, it’s a necessity.”
Everton has 3 wins, 6 draws and 11 losses in 20 league games this season, ranking second to last.
Moshiri said the team can still turn things around.
Moshiri said: “Everton’s goal is always to be among the top clubs, we are a member of the top team. Our goal is never to enter the bottom three. Our ambition is to enter the European war.
“Although we are not successful today, we have laid the foundation for success. I believe we will be successful, as long as we work together and work together.”
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