Farhad Moshiri: How do you solve a problem like Everton?

17 December 2020

Photo: PA Images Everton owner Farhad Moshiri (Left) and longstanding majority shareholder and chairman Bill Kenwright before the Barclays Premier League match at Goodison Park, Liverpool in May 2016.

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James Corbett corbett@offthepitch.com

You wait for years for football dynasties to end, and two come to a close at the same time.

It was the evening of 25 February 2016, the night before a FIFA presidential election in which Sepp Blatter’s 18-year long reign would finally be brought to an end.

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