It appears that there is no way for Sam Allardyce to win back Everton fans, as the majority remain against him despite witnessing the team win today.
Under the experienced coach, supporters have been left frustrated by the performances.
The Merseyside outfit currently sit eighth in the Premier League table and are unbeaten in their last four games.
This afternoon, Everton struggled to initially find their feet, but Cenk Tosun gave them the goal that they needed to take control of the fixture against Huddersfield Town at the John Smith’s Stadium.
An impressive performance from Idrissa Gueye resulted in a goal for the midfielder, and Everton reached the final whistle with a 2-0 scoreline.
According to The Guardian, Allardyce recently hinted that he will be in charge next season as he admitted to holding talks with majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri regarding plans for the 2018-19 campaign.
Those comments sparked a big reaction from supporters, and even though their team won today, the opinion of Allardyce remains negative within the fanbase.
@grandoldteam Don't care what pundits say, the supporters know that Allardyce is not the man to take us forward. If we are going to progress we need a manager with some leadership and vibrant new ideas. Another year of BFS will prove we accept mediocrity #efc #AllardyceOut
— Simon David Hammond (@hammondsd) April 28, 2018
@guardian_sport is suggesting that watching @Everton play is like serving a prison sentence!!!!! When will #Moshiri realise that #Allardyce is incapable of producing anything but dire unentertaining garbage football & quality players will avoid us like the plague if he stays #EFC
— Steven Whiting (@CaringLawyer) April 28, 2018
Allardyce just said it himself, he can't do any more than he is doing. And that Samuel, is the exact point #EFC
— Lindsey (@LindseyC1878) April 28, 2018
— generalmont (@generalmont) April 28, 2018
— Richard Murphy (@MurphyRichie) April 28, 2018
— Thom Rawlinson (@ThomRawlinson) April 28, 2018
All these pundits praising allardyce, he has done what @Everton asked of him, he will never be able to take us forward he will just be another David Moyes, they keep saying the board are really happy with him if you think this Huddersfield result is a turning point it ain’t #EFC
— NSNO GRIFF (@Grahamgriff1) April 28, 2018
Could win 10-0 today,changes nothing…Allardyce has to go#efc
— jh (@Efch17) April 28, 2018
Have a look at the teams that Allardyce has beaten, which of those teams should we not be beating? How did he do against the top teams? Battered by Spurs, battered by Arsenal couldn’t bear Liverpool when they had the least interest in a derby I have ever seen. #BBCFootball #efc
— Andy Rudd (@Rudd_A) April 28, 2018