Sources close to The Blue Union have confirmed that former Liverpool managing director, Christian Purslow, has become a ‘consultant’ of Everton Football Club as Bill Kenwright tries valiantly to sell the club.

The 48-year-old  left his post as managing director of Liverpool in February 2011 following the club’s £300m sale to New England Sports Ventures (NESV) in October 2010.

Purslow, a fluent Spanish speaker and Anfield season ticket holder, joined Liverpool in June 2009 – succeeding chief executive Rick Parry.

He is a Cambridge graduate with an MBA from Harvard Business School and is also an executive board member and co-founder of private equity firm MidOcean Partners.

4 Comments

  1. terry mccann says:

    That’s all we need…another gobshite Kopite.

  2. If this is true and it is a great news for everton fans know the club is gong in the right direction and forward as a club ,and christian purslow have done a great job for the red shite , and sorry to bill kenwright the club as to move with the times

  3. RICH LANCASTER says:

    I think this is a load of rubbish, just rumours!! But if it is true and he can give us the support we need to get investors then HAPPY DAYS!! I truely believe that there is no other club who deserves a chance and investment more than Everton FC

  4. Like a season ticket holder at the red shite is going to save Everton? And I suppose ‘Arry is leaving all that money for his dog! Not

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