Episodes 1-6

Episode 1 – 4th May 217

In our very first podcast on the running of the club, The Esk, Rodger Armstrong and Chairman of the Shareholders’ Association, John Blain, debate all of Everton’s off-field business including:

  • Farhad Moshiri – what’s next?
  • Transfer strategy and prospective spend
  • The role of the academy
  • Bramley Moore
  • Commercial development
  • Board composition
  • View of the shareholders
  • Bridging the gap to the ‘big 6’

 

Episode 2 – 25th May 2017

In episode 2 of our EvertonBusinessMatters podcasts, The Esk, John Blain and Rodger Armstrong address a number of the club’s current affairs including:

  • Ross Barkley’s contract
  • Alisher Usmanov’s next move
  • SportPesa kit sponsorship
  • Financial Fair Play and the impact on summer recruitment

Episode 3  – 8th June 2017

In episode 3 of our EvertonBusinessMatters podcast, Rodger Armstrong, John Blain and The Esk discuss and debate Everton’s off-field talking points in two parts:

  • Will regulations restrict how much Everton can spend and does it impact the transfer window?
  • Non-broadcast revenues, their importance and how to increase them.

Episode 4 – 23rd June 2017

In this episode of EvertonBusinessMatters, Rodger Armstrong, John Blain and The Esk return to talk about the financial importance of European football and the incremental value of good branding.

They also discuss how much income can really be generated from the Europa League and cumulative impact of regular European competition.

Episode 5 – June 23rd 2017

In the latest episode of our Everton Business Matters podcast, Rodger Armstrong, John Blain and The Esk discuss and debate Everton’s off-field talking points in two parts:

  • Will regulations restrict how much Everton can spend and does it impact the transfer window?
  • Non-broadcast revenues, their importance and how to increase them.

Episode 6 – 6th July 2017

In the latest Everton Business Matters podcast, Rodger Armstrong, The Esk and John Blain return to discuss Everton’s communications in detail.

They identify key stakeholder groups, define a strategy and structure whilst calling for a greater engagement from the club’s hierarchy.

 

 

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