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Everton Declare Their Home Game Against Arsenal A “High Risk”



Everton has taken an extraordinary move as the toxic atmosphere around the club grew worse by designating their upcoming home match against Arsenal as “high risk.”

Before last Saturday’s game against Southampton, which ended in a terrible 2-1 loss, Everton was notified that the board members’ safety was in jeopardy.

The club’s founder, Graeme Sharp, Grant Ingles, CEO Denise Barrett-Baxendale, and Chairman Bill Kenwright were all instructed to stay at home. Rallies are being held against the group in response to requests from fans for owner Farhad Moshiri to “sack the board.”

Although it is too soon to determine whether the board will be present for that game, Everton want them to be present on February 4 when they take on the league leaders. They are putting security measures in place to make sure they can experience a usual matchday.

There have been claims that Barrett-Baxendale was physically assaulted by a male fan during a 4-1 loss to Brighton on January 3. The club’s reputation has suffered greatly as a result of the hate mail that she and Kenwright have both received in the last seven days.

The Premier League club is now trying to improve security processes and standards for all players and employees. To safeguard the welfare of every employee, they are still in communication with Merseyside Police.

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Everton said in a statement: “The club will not be making any comment related to specific historic incidents. The club would like to thank the vast majority of supporters who behaved impeccably before, during, and after the game with Southampton.”

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