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EFC 1984 1985 Accounts

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The
Everton
Football
Club
CompanyLimited
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AnnualReport
and
StatementofAccountsat
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1985
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THE
EVERTON
F C l ~ 0 1 ' B A L L
CLUB
COMPANYLIMITED
NOTICE
OF
MEE1'ING
NOTICEIS
HEREBY
GIVEN
that
the
one
hundred
&
sixth
Annual
GeneralMeetingoftheCompany
wiJI
beheld
at
theoffices
of
TheEver
ton
Football
ClubCompanyLimited,GoodisonPark,Liverpool
L4
4EL,
onThursdaythe
15th
day
of
August,
198f',
at
7.00
p.m.
to
receive
and
consider
the
Reportof
the
Directors,andtheAccounts
for
the
Yearended31
st
May,
1985,
to
elect
Directors,
to
appoint
Auditorsfor
theensuingyear,andto
fix
their
I
ernuneratlon,andtotransactanyother
business
which
maybetransactedatthe
AnnualGeneral
Meeting
of
the
Company.
TheTransfer
Books
of
the
Company
will
be
closed
until
16th
August,
1985.
By
Order
of
the
Board.
J.
GREENWOOD,
Secretary,
GoodisonPark,LiverpoolL44EL.
23rd
JuJy,
1985.
Admission
on
, P r ~ s e n t a t l o n
of
Annual
Raport
I'
/j
Notice
is
also
given
tha,
aMember
of
the
Company.
entitledto
attend
and
vote
at
the
above
Annual
General
Meeting
is
entitledtoappointa
proxy
to
attendand
vote
instead
of
him,and
that
the
proxy
neednotbeamemberoftheCompany.
Proxies
must
be
lodged
at
the
Registered'Office
of
the
Company,
not
Jess
than
48
hours
before
thetime
of
the
Meeting.
Directors
P.D.Carter,C.B.E.,
Chairman
T.H.W.
Scott,
Vice-Chairman
G.A.
Watts
.
A.W.
Waterworth
K.M
..
Tamlin
J.
Search,
G,M.
D.A.8.
Newton
Secretaryand
Registered
Office
J.
Greenwood,
GoodisonPark,LiverpoolL44EL
Manager
H.Kendall
Bankers
Trustee
SavingsBank
AUditors
Rogers,Bowler
&
Co.
3
 
THE
EVERTONFOOTBALLCLUB
COfvlPANY
LIMITED
CHAIRMAN'S
REPORT
J
havepleasurein
subrnlttlnq
theAnnualReport
and
Accounts.
J
amdeHghted
to
reporton
the
most
successful
season
in
thehistory
of
tho
Ciub.
ihe
highlights
were
obviously
winning
the
Canon
Leaqua
Trophy,
our
first
European
Trophy-the
Cup
WinnersCup,andwinning
the
Charitv
Shield.
Yei
another
visit
toWembley
for
the
F.A.Cup
Finalprovideda
further
memorableoccasion,
although
this
tlrne
we
were
not
able
to
bring
the
Trophy
backto
Goodison.The
L e a g u ~
season
was
one
or
almostunblemishedsuccess.
We
wore
in(lrst
posrtion
in
t"lG
League
for
27
week's,
finished
13
points
clearof
L1V'ff:
pool
who
wore
ill
2ndplaceandscored
the
higl1est
number
of
goals
in
the
1
st
Division.This
was
Howard
Kendall's
fourth
yearas
rv,anAQer
andhe,plusallhis
staff,
are
to
be
c o n g r a t u l a ~ e d " o n
the
magnificient
achievements
of
the
season.
.r:
;
,,\
Pursuing
the
Club's
g'olicy
of
continufng
tostrengthen
the
playing
sta
If,
wewereagaininvoJved
in
considerable
activity
in'
the
transfer
market.
W ~
signedPat
Van
den
Hauwe,
lan
A t k i n ~ ,
Paul
Wilkinson
and
BobbvMimms,
andtransferred
out
ofthe
Club
Alan
~ k v l n e ,
Ian
Bishop,
Stuart
Rimmer,
Terry
Curran,
DarrenHuqhes,
John
Morrissey
and
Jim
Arnold.
Untortunarelv,wealso
lost
the
services
of
Mark
Higgins,
'Nho
hadtoretirecomplete!",from
football
duetoa
s'erlous
injury.We
wish
Mark
every
success
for
the
f l r ~ l l r e .
At
the
time
ofcompiling
this
Report,
we
have
Just
slqnedGaryLinekar
from
Leicester,andIamsure
that
all
fans
and
staff
alikewill
wish
himcontinuedsuccess
with
Everton.We
are
alsosadtosee
the
departure
of
Andy
Gray
to
Aston
Villa.
Andy
played
amajor
role
in
oursuccess
oflast
season
and
we
wish
him
wellwith
his
newclub.
Th3recent
t ( ~ i , g i c
Incidentsat
Bradfordand
Brussels
have
cast
a
d c : J r ~ ~
shadowoverthewholeof
football.
Itis
my
ferventhopethat
aU
officials
and
agencies
withinthe
game,
!',lus
ourpotltlcalleadero
wlllcombine
4
together
to
attack
the
root
Causes
of
the
erob'em,
nat
merelysuggest
cosmetic
soluticns,which
~ " , , ~ q U
havo
no
effect
whatsoever
13nd
may
even
be
c o ~ n t [ ' r ~
productive.
Thepertormance
of
our
playersduring
tho
soeson
resulted
in
:3
hoarteningincreasein
the
recoqnrtbn
for
internationalhonours.Kevin
RDtcliffe
continuedas
Captairl
of
V'1aler;
joined
by
NeviUeSouthctHandPat
Van
den
Hcuwe.
Four
new
E,'lgland
Caps
were
achieved
by
Peter
Reid,Trevor
Steven,
Gary
Stevens
and
Paul
Bracewell.
Andy
Gray
and
Graeme
Sharp
were
setected
for
S c o t l ~ n d
and
Kevin
Sheedyappeared
again
for
f:ire.
PaulWilkinson
and
Bobby
Mimms,
our
new
signings,atsoplayed
for
the
England
under
21
teem.
In
addition,
two
of
our
young
players-
Rob
Wakenshaw
andDerekWafsh
were
selected
for
thu
England
and
Scottish
Youth
Squads
respecnvetv,
Our
Manager,
Howard
Kendall,
r e c f ; ' ' ' ' f ~ d
ihe
highest
accolade
within
the
game-namely
Salls
Manager
of
the
Year
Award,
and
richlydeserved,
Neville
Southall,
who
hadan
outstandln9
season,
was
named
Bportswrlter's
Playerof
the
'lear,
with
Peter
R ~ i d
asrunner-up.
PeterReid
was
named
Player
of
the
Year
hy
his
fellow
professlcnals.
OUr'
backroom
s1:aff,
whc
produce
the
Club
programille,
were
also
voted
the
Prcqrernrna
ofthe
YearAward.
Our
heartiest
ccnsretutattons
to
them
all.
Ths
success
of
last
season
was
reflectedboth
inattendances
and
associated
revenue.
TotaluttendancesatGoodisonPark
were
948,569
compared
with
5 6 4 ~ 4 6 3
the
previous
Season.
TheaverageLeague
attendance
was
up
from
19,290to
31,983
Ian
lncrease
cf
66%).
Theincome
fromour
main
footbaUing
activities
improvedbyapproximately
65%.
Thisproduceda
profit
()f
£ ~
,000,3'13
before
transfer
iees.

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