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Everton’s CEO put in a headlock

Everton’s CEO put in a headlock

Everton’s CEO was ‘put in a headlock,’ and death threats were sent before chiefs were told to leave.

Denise Barrett-Baxendale was reportedly involved in a terrifying incident at Goodison Park, prompting Everton to instruct club officials to avoid the stadium on Saturday.

According to reports, Everton chief executive Denise Barrett-Baxendale was put in a headlock outside the directors’ box at Goodison Park.

According to the Liverpool Echo, Barrett-car Baxendale was surrounded by fans and spat at, and Toffees chairman Bill Kenwright has received death threats. Everton’s CEO is thought to have been targeted after the club was beaten 4-1 at home by Brighton in the Premier League at the beginning of January.

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Following the Seagulls’ thrashing, a crowd barrier was thrown through a glass door. Everton’s board of directors has been instructed to stay away from Saturday’s top-flight match against Southampton due to the heinous behavior of sections of the fanbase.

Toffees fans are furious after a disastrous start to the season under Frank Lampard, which has left the club facing relegation for the second season in a row. After the Saints game, a sit-in protest was planned to protest the club’s management.

Organizers called for a respectful demonstration and condemned threats made against club staff and directors. However, following a thorough risk assessment, the Everton hierarchy was ordered not to attend the game.

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“Everton’s Board of Directors has been instructed not to attend today’s Premier League fixture against Southampton due to a “real and credible threat to their safety and security,” according to a statement posted on the club’s website on Saturday.

“Chairman Bill Kenwright, CEO Denise Barrett-Baxendale, Chief Finance & Strategy Officer Grant Ingles, and Non-Executive Director Graeme Sharp have reluctantly accepted the outcome of the safety assessment carried out by security advisors.

“The Board members received the instruction as a result of malicious and unacceptably threatening correspondence received by the Club, as well as an increase in anti-social behavior – including targeted physical aggression – at recent home matches.”

In response to the statement, the organizers of Saturday’s sit-in protest wrote on Twitter, “Everyone involved in our campaign, indeed every reasonable Evertonian, utterly and completely condemn any threats to any Everton employee and/or officials and directors of the club.”

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Saturday’s statement explaining why the board of directors was unable to attend Goodison Park was a new low point for the club. “Following a thorough risk assessment, and in response to tangible threats received by the Club and intelligence we have gathered, the Club’s Board members have been told they must not attend today’s fixture,” a security and safety advisor said.

An Everton representative added: “This is an unprecedented decision for Everton Football Club; our entire Board of Directors has never been ordered not to attend a match on safety grounds before. It is a heartbreaking day for Everton and Evertonians.”