Everton have published their company accounts for the 2020/21 season and... it's not great.
The Toffees now sit just four points above the relegation zone...
Everton appear to have selected Rafael Benitez's replacement...
The Toffees owner was "approached recently by a consortium of interested bidders", according to reports...
Everton are in a genuine relegation battle and that makes losing to Norwich a sackable offence.
"He's the one with who is going to produce that stadium. Without him there probably is no stadium."
"Moshiri doesn’t know how to run Everton Football Club... Who in their right mind brings Benitez to Everton?"
Everton owner Farhad Moshiri remains behind Rafa Benitez despite recent results...
“After my last experience [at Newcastle], not spending any money, it is great to have owners with this spirit."
Everton supporters are justified in opposing the appointment of Rafa, but he should do well at Goodison.
The Everton owner has defended his decision to appoint Liverpool legend Rafa Benitez as Toffees boss.
Everton could be about to rise out of the ashes of their own many failed attempts at revolution
Sources close to Carlo Ancelotti are 'increasingly convinced' that he will accept Everton's 'lucrative offer'.
Farhad Moshiri now owns 68.6 per cent of Everton - and he is expected to increase his shareholding...
“Sometimes late at night he calls me, sometimes there’s no caller ID and I think it’s Bill."
Ross Barkley demanded two things of Everton to persuade him to stay. Both were fulfilled. Then he left.
'This is the biggest stage', says Everton owner, forgetting Sam was England manager for a few hours...
Farhad Moshiri wants 'a big name' at Everton. Bill Kenwright wants a 'hungry, young British boss'.
File this one under 'wildly optimistic'. Moshiri wants the Atletico boss but three others are under consideration...
Did Moshiri buy his stake in Everton with funds gifted to him by Arsenal shareholder Usmanov?
Some say it's because he wanted to negotiate with Tottenham. Farhad Moshriri explains away.
Everton do not consider Lukaku's rejection "an issue", according to majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri.
Farhad Moshiri says the ultimate aim is to take Everton back into the English football elite and stay there.
"His potential is greater and higher than Everton as a final destination," Koeman reportedly said.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez believes it is important that chairman Bill Kenwright will remain at the club.
Billionaire Farhad Moshiri is to become "a new major shareholder" at Everton, the club have announced.