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The people of Merseyside have spoken as Everton stadium plans prove to be a worthy cause

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The figure of 60,000 has long been a point of great debate surrounding Everton's proposed new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.

It seems beyond both belief and common decency that anyone regardless of their personal football allegiance or lack of one could be against such a worthy cause for this city – as the feedback results themselves have shown.

In reality it must be hoped that after a generation of disappointments and false dawns with Peter Johnson's bowl, Destination Kirkby, Walton Hall Park and of course the aforementioned King's Dock, Bramley-Moore Dock has now reached the point of no return in that the alternative to it not happening now is simply unbearable for Evertonians.

While those who thought bigger was better were ultimately disappointed to see that Everton had settled on a 52,000 capacity – albeit with scope to expand to 62,000 – many of those gripes were put to the backs of their minds when Christmas came five months early with the unveiling of Dan Meis' long-awaited renderings on July 25 of what he envisions the stadium will look like.

They claimed that, despite every section of the process having been ticked off on time, now, all of a sudden, the whole Bramley-Moore Dock project had supposedly fallen through due to exorbitant building costs.

And they've given a resounding thumbs up to a game-changing development, not just for Everton Football Club and their supporters but to a corner of the city that although currently unloved and forgotten, offers tremendous potential for the future.

Perhaps they weren't even citizens of Merseyside anyway?
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