Everton’s season ended on a sour note this afternooon, losing 3-1 away to West Ham United in the English Premier League.
Although there was little to play for on the final day for the Toffees, it was still a disappointing day for the club and supporters, beaten soundly by former manager David Moyes’ side at the London Stadium.
The rest of the day’s results means they have ended the season in eighth position which, while not a disaster, isn’t where the club want to be.
Fans have been left frustrated with manager Sam Allardyce’s style of management, believing his outlook and tactics are far too negative for a club of their size and stature.
Many have also pointed to the terrible recruitment of last summer as evidence the club is dysfunctional at a level above Allardryce’s head.
They now want drastic changes throughout the club in the close and pre-season, believing the decision makers at the club need to be decisive to ensure that they don’t have a similarly poor campaign next term.
Supporters took to Twitter to share their thoughts on today, the season as a whole and the road ahead…
The highlight of the season is it ending. Hopefully see a lot of people bombed out the club from the top, management an playing staff #efc
— Ross Whitehead (@rossefc) May 13, 2018
I can’t remember a more uninspiring final day of the season?! A terrrble performance and loss for us blues and no excitement at the top or bottom of the league. Good riddance to a terrible season! Big changes needed. #EFC
— Dave Seed ™ (@dave_seed) May 13, 2018
Ronald Koeman and Steve Walsh set fire to the Stones and Lukaku money and replaced them with shite. Spectacular mismanagement that has set #EFC back years. They are to blame for the mess we now find ourselves in.
— Joe Jennings (@JoeJennings9) May 13, 2018
My train pulls into Lime street tonight and 9.23. I trust by that point someone at our club has been relieved of his position. No names mentioned but he gets called many things, none of them positive #efc
— Everton Fans (@Everton_Fans) May 13, 2018
At least tonight will be the last time I have to avoid Match of the Day in a good long time.
Can't remember a season when I have actually chosen to watch it less.#EFC
— Phil Welsby (@Phil_Welsby) May 13, 2018
I'm hoping the club start taking a long term view and instead of bring in 10 average players, bring in 3-4 worldies for the next few seasons…
— Irish-Alex (@IrishAlexTattoo) May 13, 2018
Season’s over. Can we sack Allardyce now, please? #EFC
— Beau (@DrBeauBeaumont) May 13, 2018
— Gary Trotter (@Bluepig70) May 13, 2018