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SBD Global/January 31, 2014/Finance
Sixth-Place Premier League Finish Gives Everton £700K Profit Bump Last Year
Published January 31, 2014
THE RIGHT DIRECTION: In London, Paul Gorst reported Everton Chair Bill Kenwright said that he "was happy with the direction that the club's typically tight finances were headed." He wrote in the club's annual report, “Each year, when I sit down to carry out my review of the previous year, I focus on whether our club is in a better position than it was a year ago. And while we have undoubtedly gone through a period of change, the answer can only be a resounding yes" (DAILY MIRROR, 1/30).