The Liverpool Echo are living in fantasy land it seems, suggesting Spurs fans will be 'even more' upset over a potential new stadium for Everton. The truth is Spurs fans couldn't give a monkey' about any new Everton ground, we simply aren't interested.
Laughingly they suggest a debate rages as to who is the bigger club, well that debate only rages in Merseyside, in London we know the answer, a look at the Premier League table over the last 10 years will tell you that and a look at each clubs income will tell you that too.
They seem to think Everton getting a new ground will solve the argument they are having with themselves, perhaps they have forgotten we are already building a new stadium, one of the finest and most advanced in Europe.
Their delusion continues when they suggest Everton have a chance of grabbing a UEFA Champions League place, in truth they have virtually no chance, mathematically they do and that is about it. In reality they have no chance.
Whoever penned the article needs to have a rethink. They suggest that is you use history as a rule as to which is the bigger club then put forward the fact Everton have more recently won certain trophies. Make your mind up, you are going to use history or you are not, how many times have Everton done the double? Have they won the FA Cup as a non-league side, were they the first British side to win a major European trophy, were they the first side to bring superstar foreign players to Britain.
Everton have followed in footsteps first imprinted by Spurs. They have only ever managed to win one European trophy, Spurs have won three.
Ask any player in Europe who is the bigger club and they will say Tottenham, ask an ambitious player who they would rather join and they would say Tottenham, Everton are merely a stepping stone club who don't even compete European football each season. When was the last time Everton were in the Champions League? We could go on but what's the point, Merseysiders can pretend all they like.
The truth is Everton are a top of the rest team, the big six are in a league of their own and then come Everton as the best of the rest.
The paper suggests Manchester City building a new stadium was the catalyst for success, utter rubbish, the money poured in by the mega-rich owners was the catalyst, the same as at Chelsea. That only demonstrates how they are twisting the facts in an attempt to delude the public.
Sorry we are not that gullible down south.
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