Everton takeover group have clubs seized in TWO countries in further blow to Toffees’ sale hopes


WANNABE Everton owners 777 Partners suffered a double blow as they were booted out of Brazilian AND Belgian football.

The investment firm’s two figureheads, Josh Wander and Steve Pasko, got axed from the 777  board earlier this week.

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And within hours of a Brazilian court suspending their ownership of Rio-based Vasco da Gama and calling for an independent examination of their accounts, 777’s stake in Standard Liege was seized by the Belgian judiciary.

It follows allegations of money still owed from their takeover in 2022.

Toffees owner Farhad Moshiri refuses to give up on the sale, despite 777’s failure to meet Prem chiefs’ financial demands.

Everton did cement their spot in the Premier League with games to spare.

This came despite being docked points on two occasions throughout the campaign.

The club was docked 10 points before getting four back after an appeal.

However, there was another two-point penalty for another breach of profit and sustainability rules.

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Everton withdrew their appeal on the second deduction following after securing their Premier League status.

Off the pitch, there are still problems for the club especially in terms of building their new one.

The construction of the Bramley Moore Dock Stadium is yet to be completed.

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The club hopes it will be ready for the 2025-26 campaign but have failed to secure the funds for its next stage of development.

Everton will finish their Premier League campaign with a trip to Arsenal.

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