Green confirmed his relationship with Kenwright, and speaking to Bose, he said: "Everybody knows I'm a friend of Bill Kenwright, and I helped him get Everton.
"It is his club and his ball. He asked me for advice - If people ring me up and on a confidential basis ask me to help, what is wrong with that?
"Dozens of people call me up and they get free advice. I am always willing to help. I have no interest in investing in football, I could have invested 10 years ago but I did not."
In terms of the stadium project Wyness was overseeing, planning consent has been received for the Kirkby stadium but a government decision on whether or not to "call in" the project is expected this week.
Wyness had previously voiced fears that calling it in could jeopardise the plans.
But a club statement said: "The club wish to re-iterate our commitment to the Destination Kirkby project.
"The departure of Keith Wyness is in no way connected to that project."
Everton are concerned that an inquiry would put back the move for a year and kill off the controversial £400m scheme.
The club's debts stand at about £66m, which is understood to include an overdraft of £40m and a long-term debt of £26m.
The proposals to move to Kirkby have been opposed by some Everton fans angered by a possible move outside Liverpool's city boundaries.
Club sources meanwhile though insist it is a case of "business as usual" at Goodison despite Wyness' departure, with a spokesman adding: "The board will meet in about a fortnight to discuss the situation."
It is believed Wyness actually tendered his resignation by email after discussions with board members at the weekend, and that he will seek to negotiate a pay-off.
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