A selection of Everton fans have been responding to a post on the Toffees’ Fan Services Twitter account, after the Goodison Park natives announced that all tickets for Tottenham Hotspur’s visit to Merseyside next month have sold out.
Spurs travel to Goodison Park at the start of November for a Sunday evening showdown under the lights, but some of the fans responding to the post announcing all 40,000 tickets being sold are unsure of whether Everton deserve to have that many supporters in attendance.
The Toffees are without a win in their last four Premier League games, with their last top-flight victory coming against Wolverhampton Wanderers on September 1.
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Since then, Marco Silva’s men have conceded nine goals in the league, while achieving their only win during that run against Sheffield Wednesday in the Carabao Cup.
Recent results have left the Blues lingering low down the league standings, and pressure is thought to be mounting on Marco Silva’s position, although the Portuguese is expected to be given a chance to turn things around, per Sky Sports.
His first chance to do so will come against West Ham United this weekend, before facing Brighton & Hove Albion in their last league fixture before the arrival of Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs in November.
Winning against the Irons or Seagulls would go a long way in Silva getting the supporters back on side, as many appear to be growing disillusioned.
Here are some of the reactions shared…
Don’t deserve our support.
— Rob Coppell (@coppelli1878) October 15, 2019
Are the team due to make an appearance ?
— JOHN CONNOR (@JOHN_CONNOR94) October 15, 2019
@Everton don’t deserve us
— Jim Mac (@jimefc81) October 15, 2019
40,000 lunatics. Fair play.
— Paul Ryan (@PaulRyan_88) October 15, 2019
Nice to know I’m one of 40000 idiots
— Elliot? (@ElliotB1878) October 15, 2019
Well done , you brave , brave souls .
— Triangle Man vs Person Man (@nil23sadonions) October 15, 2019