Kenwright and his fellow board members have been ordered not to attend matches due to security threats.
The long-awaited publication of the club's accounts on Friday revealed the club had succeeded in making significant reductions to their losses, down £76.2m from £120.9m the previous year, and wages-to-turnover ratio. A large chunk of that was down to income brought in from player trading, with the £60m sale of Richarlison to Tottenham making a huge difference to the look of the accounts. Clubs are allowed to lose a maximum of £105m over three years but that decision still came as something as a surprise to officials at Goodison Park, who have been working closely with the Premier League on the issue for more than a year, and they have pledged to "robustly defend" their position.
The Premier League last week referred the club to an independent commission for an alleged breach of profit and sustainability rules.