Are the winds of change blowing gently through Goodison, with ever watchful Bill Kenwright overseeing a calm transition, or is there a veritable Shamal about to blow away the old and usher in a brave new era more in keeping with the principles of the School of Science?
After turning one of the most positive weeks in the life of an Evertonian in years completely onto its head in one outrageous 15 minute spell, momentum is growing for Roberto Martinez to be relieved of his duties as manager of Everton Football Club.
Everton is a club that is unsure of itself and its time for a change.With every step forward Everton FC make, it seems inevitable that it will take another two back. The 2-3 defeat to West Ham last week epitomises the current state the club finds itself in.
Recently, I read an article on the Guardian website which explored why plays about sport are thriving in the world of theatre. It declared that the arts enthusiast ‘who loves sport searches for the parallels between drama on the field and that unfolding on the stage.’
After the initial euphoria, should Evertonians be deliriously happy reading the media reworking of Everton’s latest press release on Ardavan Farad Moshiri becoming their largest shareholder or should they once again be vigilant of anything Bill Kenwright is involved in?
On Monday evening BBC Radio 5Live’s ‘Monday Night Club’, hosted by Mark Chapman with guests Robbie Savage, John Motson and Rory Smith, Everton’s current situation and the hostility of Goodison Park was discussed.a