News Everton's FA Premiership game against Stoke has been moved back to its original date has caused a double headache for the club's Isle of Man supporters.
The game, originally scheduled for Saturday, March 14, had been put back 24 hours after club officials were told by Merseyside Police to move it because a British National Party rally was scheduled to take place in Liverpool city centre that day.
The police said because of operational reasons the two events could not take place at the same time.
However, the BNP has now called off the rally, so the game can go back to Saturday.
Chairman of the Isle of Man Everton Supporters Club Juan Kermode says it's been a bit of a mess.