Lots of Everton fans have been left stunned by the latest news on their proposed new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.
As per the official website of the Merseyside club, all of the water in the dock has now been displaced with sand after three months of construction, a major step in the development.
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The sand allows a solid bed for where the new 52,888-capacity ground can emerge, and so the second phase of the ground works has now begun, which is compacting the sand.
The Toffees released a video of the completed phase on their official Twitter page, with insight from some of the construction workers on the process and what is happening next.
Nonetheless, a lot of Blues supporters were delighted with the progress that has been made, and cannot wait to move out of Goodison Park and into their new home.
Everton fans on stadium news
These EFC fans were left stunned by the news as it was shared on Twitter, with one even going as far as to claim that they were ‘amazed’ by the speed of the progress:
“Made up with this! Rafa out though.”
“The most ambitious Everton project happening before our eyes. Fantastic.”
“What an immense project and it’s brilliant to see the pace of progress. Shoalway and Forth Jouster securing their own impressive entries into the Everton Football Club history books.”
“So we’re now building both team and stadium in plain sight. Onwards & upwards! COYB!”
“How exciting, I’m looking forward to seeing more videos on how our amazing new home is progresses.”
“Sterling work there, absolutely amazed at the speed this is progressing since we finally received the green light to start work. Can the ‘fans’ who kept claiming the stadium was fake news and would never happen please stand up.”
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