Everton fans have now arranged the time and date for the latest protest against the club’s board and owners after Premier League survival was secured last weekend.

Following a series of protests earlier in the campaign, demonstrations were swapped for rallying cries of support for the players while the club’s top-flight status was at stake.

However, with Premier League football secured and the season over with, fan groups have mobilised to resume the protests against the club’s board.

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Now, a rally has been planned and shared via social media for a demonstration on Saturday June 3rd at 11am, where a number of fans have planned to gather outside the Liver Building, where Everton’s head office is based.

The tweet said: “Rally, Saturday 3rd June 11am at the Liver Buildings. Please take 45 minutes of your time to show the owner and the board that we will not stop until the board are removed.

Bring flags and banners. What happened on Sunday must never happen again. Enough is enough!! Your time is up, it’s time to go #ALLTOGETHERNOW.”

Everton board and fan relationship is irreparable, change must come if Everton are to avoid third relegation scrap

Everton’s Premier League status was in doubt for the second consecutive year this season, as the club sold many of its creative players without recruiting replacements.

Richarlison left for Spurs last summer in a £60m deal followed by Anthony Gordon’s £45m move to Newcastle United in January, a month that ended without a single incoming signing.

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Indeed, performances both on and off the pitch have been worrisome for a while at Everton, and fans have now seen enough.

There is no doubt that radical change is required at Everton, a club that was once a paragon of stability that is now very much in a cycle of chaos year in, year out.

No doubt many fans will dedicate their time this Saturday to demonstrate their feelings to the club’s owners.

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