1.) 05 Mar 2018
05 Mar 2018 21:23:13
Yes he is going, and about time. yessss.

2.) 05 Mar 2018
05 Mar 2018 23:12:55
I agree toffeejoe. Can't understand people who put him down after all he has done for the club.

Fair enough stig. Entitled to your opinion like everyone on here.

3.) 06 Mar 2018
06 Mar 2018 09:20:03
I'm with you NBTB I will always be grateful for what he did for us and he deserves a lot more respect.

4.) 06 Mar 2018
06 Mar 2018 09:28:54
I'm with you NBTB and ToffeeJoe on this one, End of another chapter in our great history.

5.) 06 Mar 2018
06 Mar 2018 11:36:04
Too right lads Bill is a True Blue and we have been so lucky to have him, a very Sad day for Everton if this is True, fingers x its not this Guy is a Legend.

6.) 06 Mar 2018
06 Mar 2018 11:45:22
All you know is actor Bill, you don't know Billy Liar, as we know him, LOL.

7.) 06 Mar 2018
06 Mar 2018 16:31:48
I even thumbs upped GB.
Any Bill haters just need to take a look at the club's who have had or are still tasting the Championship and beyond.

Sorry but these people can't have any shred of understanding of football clubs. Probably little brats who think the default is Chelsea or City. Bill has steered some perilous waters and deserves 100% respect.

Too many achievements to list and they mostly result in saving our club.
"Where's the Arteta money" says some trackie chav on benefits. Clueless fans hate on BK.

8.) 06 Mar 2018
06 Mar 2018 17:17:49
Agree with most of above gents. Bill has certainly got some things wrong - the Kings Dock being the main one - but how many of those shouting abuse at him have got nothing wrong in their lives / careers.
The club support is now full of petulant kids who think that because they want something they are entitled to it - just like as is mentioned above most of the lazy sods won't get off their backsides but think they are entitled to their benefits.
Bill has been criticised for holding on too long - and maybe he has - but i have never seen a line of potential suitors queued around GP - not have i seen anyone come out in the press and say that they have had a genuine bid for the club turned down. And in the current climate where everything is played out in the media, i think they would have done.
I do think it is time for Bill to go but like much of above I wish him well and can only thank him for leading us away from the Peter Johnson era when NOBODY else was interested.

9.) 06 Mar 2018
06 Mar 2018 17:56:29
3 failed stadium moves Lie after lie after lie Not a single penny invested into EFC 13% of shares but still chairman!

{Ed025's Note - saved the club when he took over from agent johnson...no more needs to be said stig..

10.) 06 Mar 2018
06 Mar 2018 18:19:27
Ok Ed mate, I submit, but let's have a poll on how we can honor his name? put me down for WC, LOL.

11.) 06 Mar 2018
06 Mar 2018 18:46:34
Had me laughing mate.

12.) 06 Mar 2018
06 Mar 2018 21:05:19
To be honest I am actually disgusted that some welcome and praise Bill going. Personally I think we would be out of the Premiership if we hadn’t had Bill and would have been a lot worse off financially and would never have been invested in by Moshiri!
So you are welcome to your opinions but before you knock Bill think about the good work he has actually done and where we could’ve been!
Bill. I salute you and thank you for what you have done! You will be missed.

13.) 07 Mar 2018
07 Mar 2018 01:34:16
BK deserves a great send-off when he does step down - and I just hope that Moshiri can give us a clear and unified leadership at the club going forward.

14.) 07 Mar 2018
07 Mar 2018 07:51:19
the man bleeds blue, the failed stadium moves and lies u talk about am sure at the time of saying it he believed them to be true and the stadiums he was trying maybe he released the info to early and it blew back in his face when they didn't materialise but if he said nothing you would moan oh we are always last to no bill doesn't connect with the fans.
get a grip people the man saved us from the brink and has gotten us to a position now where we have a big investor and a new stadium on the way.
i think we should give him a testimonial and an honorary roll at the club for life, he is a genuinely nice man who does a lot for charity too and deserves everyones respect.

15.) 07 Mar 2018
07 Mar 2018 11:38:49
If its true I can only say I think we have been extremely fortunate to have had BK as MD and can only thank him for loving Everton as much as we all do.

16.) 07 Mar 2018
07 Mar 2018 14:25:09
If this is ture, I think it leaves the club in less certainty and as off yet i'm not convinced that Moshiri is what we think/ thought he is. Yes he brings investment and we need it but i'd feel vulnerable as an efc fan wihout Kenright and with just Moshiri. I believe some efc fans think out with the old, the grass is always greener and all that. Never will understand the completely negative views towards Kenright. We was in a very bad place at one point and he dragged us out of it. I have nothing but respect for him. Plus he is a blue, not just a business man but a fan of Everton. Its been great to have a chairman with such passion. Everybody is entitled to their opinion but i feel some people just look for someone to blame because we are not the big club we want us to be. I don't feel that anythig has improved with Mohhiri coming in and has made thigs more complicated. However short term effects and long term effects are completely different so we will wait and see.

17.) 07 Mar 2018
07 Mar 2018 17:57:30
All you have to do is look at other clubs who have been sold to over sea investors with only the interest in making money over the interest of the club, and look at them now, Bill has got a lot wrong and bullshitted his way threw a lot of stuff, but his intention are for the club, he waited till the right person came along to try and move us into the top tear of the league, so now one can really say he's not tried to do the best for the club.