Collyer brothers to bid for Everton F.C.?
Tuesday, April 4, 2006
The Goodison Park club, under the chairmanship of former Coronation Street actor Bill Kenwright, were subjects of a failed takeover bid in August 2004. After suffering the blow of failing to get beyond the qualifying stage of the Champions League, Kenwright is known to have recently sought additional investments in the club.
While a move is not thought to be imminent, the recent takeover of the brothers' games development company Sports Interactive by game giant SEGA could well prove the catalyst for action by the lifelong Evertonians. The company's PR guru Miles Jacobson was forced into an official denial of the story soon after the takeover news broke on Tuesday morning. The Collyers themselves have as yet been unavailable for comment.
- BBC News. "Gregg takeover suffers blow" — , August 2, 2004
- Marc Duffy. "SEGA ACQUIRE PREMIERSHIP DEVELOPER" — , April 4, 2006
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