The construction of the new Everton stadium will not be delayed due to the recent Independent Commission appointed to check into any alleged P&S breaches.
According to Sky Sports news editor Alan Myers, the Bramley-Moore Dock project remains on course to be finished before or during the 2024/25 season.
It’s also understood that the MSP Sports Capital investment process has not been derailed and continues to be on track.View Tweet
Via Twitter, Myers wrote, “Everton’s new stadium will not be delayed as a result of the Independent Commission into P&S, stadium on course to be finished before or during 2024/25 season. MSP investment remains ongoing also.”
There has been a dearth of good news around Goodison Park over the past few months and this piece of information will certainly put some fans at ease.
The new stadium is something that everyone is looking forward to as they feel it could be the symbol of a new era and a new dawn for this historic club.
Everton have a rich history and given how they’re run, it’s hard to distinguish them from a side that’s competing for promotion to the Premier League and not an established top flight side.
The likes of Farhad Moshiri and Bill Kenwright have taken this club in the wrong direction and as long as they’re at the helm, things do not look like they’re going to change.
New investment coming in from MSP Capital is a good thing and fans will hope that’s the beginning of the end of Moshiri’s time at the club.
He’s been making a number of wrong decisions that have seen the club in financial trouble as well as problems on the field of play.