Everton's board of directors told to stay away from Goodison Park
BREAKING NEWS: Everton tell their board of directors NOT to attend today’s protest-targeted game against Southampton due to a ‘real threat to their safety’ after ‘malicious, threatening messages’ from furious fans
- Everton are due to host Southampton in the Premier League this afternoon
- Fans have been venting their anger at the board in recent weeks
- Today’s match was set to be targeted by protests from supporters
- Everton’s board have been told not to attend as there is a threat to their safety
Everton’s board of directors have been told not to attend this afternoon’s home match against Southampton due to a ‘real and credible threat to their safety and security’.
The atmosphere at Goodison Park has turned toxic in recent weeks with the Toffees in the bottom three, and with supporters unhappy, owner Farhad Moshiri and co have been instructed to stay away.
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Everton owner Farhad Moshiri has been told not to attend today’s game against Southampton
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