Finance Expert: Very symbolic as vote of no confidence called in Everton board
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Dan Plumley has insisted that the Everton Shareholders Association calling for a vote of no confidence in the board is a symbolic gesture at Goodison Park.
The Finance Guru admitted that there is “no way” it will change anything though due to the percentage of the holdings at the club, albeit a significant statement.
Things have gone from bad to worst since this though, with Sean Dyche replacing Frank Lampard and Farhad Moshiri overseeing zero January transfers.
“It’s a really symbolic gesture,” he exclusively told Goodison News.
“There’s no way it’s likely to change anything given the percentage of the holdings but it is a significant statement to come out and say ‘we don’t have confidence in the board.’
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“Again, that doesn’t reflect well on the club and the wider situation and the on-pitch performance, the owner, the stadium, the managerial situation, it’s just another thing that is just a really negative story for the club.
“It won’t change anything in terms of the makeover of it, but quite a symbolic gesture from that group of shareholders to call a vote of no confidence.”
This is only going to end in total chaos.
Moshiri keeps on skating on thin ice without it completely shattering, but the failure to make a single January transfer after selling Anthony Gordon is simply mindblowing.
These kinds of failures cannot be tolerated time and time again, and hopefully, even if this is just a symbolic gesture, it can bring around the changes that everyone is calling for at Everton Football Club.