Marco Silva knows he may have little time to get it right at Everton

Farhad Moshiri, the majority shareholder, has warned his manager he is not happy and has also said he will not bankroll investment in the team in the way he has before

Marco Silva left Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall on Tuesday with more clarity than most following an Everton general meeting of big ambition and little detail. Farhad Moshiri’s verdict on the early returns under the club’s new manager was: “Just not good enough.” Eight Everton representatives were on stage at The Phil. The last through the club’s doors was the one confronted with the consequences of several years of expensive mistakes at Goodison Park.

Moshiri, now Everton’s majority shareholder, was within his rights to voice impatience that is echoed among supporters. The British-Iranian billionaire has invested £250m in Everton since coming on board almost three years ago. He has impressive new offices in the city’s Liver Building plus many wealthier former and current employees to show for it but there is no serious progress on the pitch and nothing tangible to show as yet for the millions spent preparing for a new stadium at Bramley Moore dock.

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