Everton Board Changes: Three Directors Exit

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Everton Football Club have confirmed a significant reshuffle in its boardroom, with three key figures stepping down from their roles. CEO Denise Barrett-Baxendale, finance director Grant Ingles, and non-executive director Graeme Sharp have all vacated their positions, marking a major shift in the club’s leadership.

The trio’s departure was announced on Monday, leaving a void in the club’s hierarchy. The future of chairman Bill Kenwright is also under consideration, with a decision expected within the next 48 hours. The club will simultaneously announce interim board replacements.

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A Joint Statement from the Departing Directors

In a joint statement, the departing directors expressed their disappointment at having to leave the club they have served with dedication. They stated, “We have all been fully committed during our time here and are disappointed to have made the decision to leave Everton.”

They further highlighted their efforts in delivering some of the most significant projects in Everton’s history, which they believe will safeguard and sustain the club’s commercial future for generations to come. “It has been an honour and a privilege to serve as Directors. We would like to thank everyone who has supported us during our time here. We wish the club we have loved to serve every success in the future.”

Everton’s Narrow Escape from Relegation

The boardroom changes come after a challenging season for Everton. The Goodison Park club narrowly avoided relegation from the Premier League, securing their status with a final-day win over Bournemouth.

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