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Iwrite in response to the article written by David Frederickson in the Echo dated 19th September. I feel I need to respond to the ridiculous comments made by this so called Everton fan.

Unlike many chairmen (the Yanks across the Park to mention two), Mr Kenwright actually has the best interests of Everton Football Club at heart.

He may not have billions to spend but the money he does have is given to the manager and spent wisely.

We may have a small squad; however the five players released at the end of last season which he refers to had not figured for the first team for the majority of the season, if at all, whereas the four players brought in this season are likely to figure on a regular basis.

I must also remind Mr Frederickson that under Moyes and Kenwright Everton have consistently finished in the top six and reached a Wembley FA Cup Final last season, a huge improvement from the days of Peter Johnson in charge.

To suggest no clue, no idea and no vision couldn't be further from the truth.

Nicki Welch, Wallasey, Wirral RE: David Frederickson (Saturday September 19).

I'm sorry you feel that way about things at Everton, and although you have a right to let your views be known I don't want to be included in your ''we are all tired of you" - a reference to Mr Kenwright.

I am more than happy with our chairman and your comments have no foundations.

I was at Goodison on Thursday (v Athens) and I saw a lot of good stuff on the pitch.

Those he let go at the end of last season didn't do a lot and were spectators, for one reason or another. Anyway Davey would probably be the one to say to Mr Kenwright 'they are going'' etc.

The only one I was sorry to see go was Nuno Valente but injuries decided that release. I think thousands of match going Evertonians are very satisfied with things at Everton just now.

Denis Judge Bootle SO Andy Murray is the latest celebrity to receive the red carpet treatment from everybody at Finch Farm and Everton FC? I recently wrote to the club as a lifelong supporter requesting a possible visit to the training ground for my nephew who has been very ill.

I won't go into the reasons why he couldn't go to Finch Farm, but my family and I have supported Everton through thick and thin.

It makes my blood boil to see photographs of David Moyes playing head tennis with Andy Murray, yet he hasn't got time to invite some young fans and make their day.

No doubt we will hear the club do an awful lot for sick children and I'm just wondering what sickness Andy Murray has.

I honestly believe my nephew has more of a right than him to visit Finch Farm.

Once again, Well Done Everton, you certainly know how to look after your true fans!

Joe Roberts (via e-mail) TUESDAY night's performance at Leeds underlined why Liverpool won't win - or even come close to challenging for the Premiership this season.

The first XI is a match for anybody (as it proved so many times last season). But the squad strength is sorely lacking.

John Murray, Tuebrook JOIN THE DEBATE JOIN THE DEBATE WRITE to Sports Desk Letters, Liverpool Echo, PO Box 48, Old Hall Street, liverpool.com Liverpool L69 3EB EMAIL us at sport@liverpoolecho.co.uk INTERNET: Share your views on our forums at www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport FAX us on 0151 472 2597 decided that release. I think

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