The Everton supporters are not a happy bunch at the moment.
Indeed, Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at Burnley was the team’s third loss in their last four Premier League matches, which has dropped them into 11th spot in the table.
The Toffees have been pretty good at Goodison Park this season, but have been absolutely rotten on the road – winning just once in the Premier League.
A number of players have come in for criticism from the Everton fans, while a number also want Sam Allardyce to be sacked as head coach at the end of the 2017-18 campaign.
One player that has been widely praised is English goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, with the 24-year-old putting in a string of impressive performances since joining from Sunderland.
The goalkeeper, who is believed to be on £90,000 a week at Goodison Park, has been comfortably the team’s best player this season.
Pickford turned 24 on Wednesday, and Everton’s fans were on hand to pay tribute to a player that will hope to be England’s number one at the World Cup this summer.
A selection of the Twitter reaction can be found below:
— Everton (@Everton) March 7, 2018
Happy birthday, maybe you will get an organised back four for your birthday
— graeme campbell (@gcampbe17) March 7, 2018
Happy Birthday lad!! …Been a terrible season …But I hope and pray you remain our No1 for the next decade!!!
— Mathew Jenkins (@Matjenks79) March 7, 2018
@Everton get him a back four for his birthday 🙂
— Jackk. (@jack_lewis63) March 7, 2018
With the amount of saves in this video you would think Pickford has been here for years
— stephen hoy (@stephenhoy24) March 7, 2018
Happy birthday to England’s number 1 💙💙💙
— jamiegillon (@jamiegillon1) March 7, 2018
Happy birthday lad, please don't leave
— C.M.J.D (@CMJD1969) March 7, 2018
The only money that was spent in the summer that is worth EVERY penny and more. Top Top player in the making.
— Gavin Morgan (@gavmorgan82) March 7, 2018
Horrible to think where Everton would be without this man, HB big Jordan
— Alex Woolfall (@Woolfall) March 7, 2018
One of the only bright sparks in a terrible season and should be England no 1 for me
— Gareth Evans (@G_Evans1977) March 7, 2018