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Everton edging closer to Goodison Park exit

goodison parkgoodison parkThe Everton fans who are gathered around the jukebox in The Transfer Tavern this evening are discussing reports that the club could have a new home in three years.

The Liverpool Echo is reporting that the current Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson has stated the Premier League side will be playing in a new ground within the next three years.

The Mayor’s comments will give a boost to the fans of the club after talks over a new ground at Walton Hall Park between the city council and the club were scrapped.

The club are now looking at two other sites with potential to build a new ground away from Goodison Park, the club had hoped that the promise of 1,000 new homes and leisure facilities in securing Walton Hall Park.

But speaking about a new home for Everton, Joe Anderson said: “I’m confident the new stadium will be up and running in three years time.

“I think there is a real acceptance by them and I’m pretty confident that within three years there will be a new stadium for Everton football club in Liverpool.”

The Everton fans in The Tavern are delighted by the comments made and think that the future is bright under Moshiri, and look forward to seeing the club progress over the next couple of years.

Our landlord has to agree with the Toffees faithful and think that moving to a more modern stadium will do the club good, and will ultimately take them to the next level.

Everton fans….. What do you make of this news? Would you like to be in a new stadium? Let us know your thoughts below!

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