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Setbacks for Potential Everton Buyers as Legal Troubles Mount

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777 Partners Ousted from Football Clubs in Brazil and Belgium

In a significant setback, 777 Partners, the investment firm eyeing a takeover of Everton FC, has faced expulsion from the boards of football clubs in both Brazil and Belgium. The firm’s leading figures, Josh Wander and Steve Pasko, were removed from their positions amid legal challenges and financial scrutiny.

Brazilian Court Suspends Ownership and Orders Audit

A Brazilian court has intervened to suspend 777 Partners’ ownership of the Rio-based Vasco da Gama football club. The court has also called for an independent examination of the firm’s accounts, casting a shadow over the investment firm’s operations.

Belgian Authorities Seize Stake in Standard Liege

Adding to their woes, the Belgian judiciary has seized 777 Partners’ stake in Standard Liege. This move follows allegations related to unpaid dues from the firm’s 2022 takeover of the club, raising questions about their financial dealings.

Everton Owner Stands Firm Despite Financial Hurdles

Despite the financial complications facing 777 Partners, Everton owner Farhad Moshiri is not backing down from the sale. However, the firm’s failure to satisfy the financial requirements set by Premier League authorities remains a stumbling block.

Everton Secures Premier League Position Amid Point Deductions

On the field, Everton has managed to secure their Premier League status for the season, even after being subjected to point deductions. The club faced a 10-point penalty, managed to reclaim four points on appeal, but later incurred an additional two-point deduction for breaching profit and sustainability rules. The second appeal was withdrawn after the team’s league position was assured.

New Stadium Development Faces Financial Shortfall

Off the pitch, Everton continues to struggle with the construction of their new Bramley Moore Dock Stadium. With the completion date set for the 2025-26 season, the club is yet to secure the necessary funding for the next phase of development, casting doubt on the project’s timeline.

Everton to Conclude Season with Arsenal Clash

As the Premier League campaign draws to a close, Everton is set to finish off with an away game against Arsenal, marking the end of a turbulent season both on and off the field.

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