Everton’s winless run in the English Premier League was extended to three matches on Saturday after a 1-1 draw away to relegation threatened Swansea City.
The Toffees have conceded in every one of their away league matches in 2018 and despite taking a first half lead against the Swans, eventually conceded after a composed finish from Jordan Ayew 19 minutes from time.
With nothing left to play for between now and the end of the season, Toffees fans are hoping that these are the last games in charge for manager Sam Allardyce, growing increasingly frustrated with his defensive style of play, which they blamed for Saturday’s dropped points.
Supporters are looking for a new direction next season, hoping to see a boss brought in that can add new dynamism to their performances and set out teams to win matches convincingly rather than playing for draws and protecting narrow leads.
Will the club make a change or will Allardyce be in the dugout after the summer?
Fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts…
Allardyce is not good enough to lead our club. Surely he cannot be at the healm next season! Too many average players making massive ££ while the young hungry players get benched. Clear out required #AllardyceOut #EFC
— Liam Gillespie (@LiamGillespie26) April 14, 2018
Try my hardest to give a chance to every person I come across in life, even those who’ve made me feel awful and exist to be horrible to others.
But I’m really fucking struggling to see anything in Sam Allardyce. #EFC
— David Downie (@daviddownie17) April 14, 2018
We need to appoint a new manager ASAP to give us any chance of improvement next season. Use the remainder of this season to see who a new manager wants to get rig of/bring in. #Everton #EFC #Allardyce
— John Murray (@MurrayBoxing) April 14, 2018
No surprise to see the visiting fans chanting against Allardyce. He’s past the point of no return now, change in the summer – if not sooner – if essential #efc
— Royal Blue Mersey (@RBMersey) April 14, 2018
Next game Newcastle 20:00 KO. Time to make our voices heard and get Allardyce out of the club. It's on SkySports so more coverage, the better. This man has to go. RT and let it be known, enough is enough. #EFC #COYB #AllardyceOutNow
— ComeOnYouBlues.com (@ChatEverton) April 14, 2018
Kept a close eye on #Allardyce today. When #everton were pressing forward, he was waiving the defenders back. No pushing up as a line, just get back he was waiving. I have never seen such a negative manager in all my life. He needs to be gone. #EFC
— anthony davies (@anthonydavies0) April 14, 2018
Allardyce has to come to an end. We cannot have a manager who is happy with a scraped draw against Swansea and another terrible performance. #efc
— Russell Jones (@caehoward) April 14, 2018
— TheBanksOfTheMersey (@MichaelEFC_1878) April 14, 2018