Moshiri became the majority shareholder at Everton in 2016, with a vision to take the club back to the top of domestic and English football, but they have struggled to consistently challenge for Europe and top half finishes in the Premier League.


The Toffees are going through a rough patch of results at the moment and boss Rafael Benitez, the players, and the club’s board including Moshiri have all been on the receiving end of criticism from the Everton faithful.



Former Crystal Palace owner Jordan is of the view that Moshiri is the root cause of a lot of problems at Everton as he has no idea how to run a football club.


“The problem with Everton football club is Moshiri”, Jordan told talkSPORT, while discussing Everton’s struggles in recent seasons.



“I think Moshiri has spent money.


“I am not sure he has spent as much money as people think he has because I think if we you look at the net spent against the gross spent, I think there is a difference.



“I think his transfer dealings were bad, but I think Moshiri does not know how to run Everton football club.”


Jordan explained that Everton have no proper youth development policy, or managerial policy, or a director of football policy, and no financial policy, which have all played a part in the club being in a complete mess at the moment.


“You have got no youth development policy, you have got no managerial policy, you have got no director of football policy, you have got no financial policy.


“Which part of Moshiri’s ownership of Everton is good?


“They are going to get sanctioned by Financial Fair Play because they are breaching it left, right and centre, because of their spending pattern.


“They have got players that cannot compete.


“They have got managers that get sacked regularly, managers that join and do not want to be there.


“I think the whole thing is an absolute Horlicks.”


With Marcel Brands leaving his post as Everton director of football, Benitez is expected to have more control over the club’s recruitment policy and Moshiri has promised the Spaniard will be given full support to turn their season around.