Everton fans here in the Tavern are enjoying life under Sam Allardyce, although there are some underlying problems that need to be ironed out.
The Toffees have had a season to remember under new manager Sam Allardyce, with the Ronald Koeman disaster now looking like a thing of the past at Goodison Park. However, another problem has arisen from within the club, as the summer transfer window woes look to have been replicated with their recruitment in January. Indeed, fans and the club are less than satisfied, as according to reports in the Mirror, Sam Allardyce is being closely scrutinised after sanctioning the signing of Turkish striker Cenk Tosun.
Owner Farhad Moshiri and chairman Bill Kenwright would have been hoping that the summer transfer window disaster was a one off, but January’s efforts look to have brought back bad memories for the pairing. Of course, Sam Allardyce looks to have made a step in the wrong direction, with a decision that may just impose further implications on his spending power in the future.
Indeed, one of the main signings for Everton was the highly-rated Turkish striker Cenk Tosun, although his stuttering performances so far suggest there’s another catastrophe in the offing. Subsequently, with a striker being the requirement heading into the January transfer window, securing the services of another ineffective forward has our local residents picturing the same fate to that of summer signing Sandro Ramirez.
The Turkish international is yet to replicate the fine goalscoring form displayed during his days at Besiktas, although sticking by the striker could reward the club in the long run. Indeed, with some debatable performances being produced by the Toffees in recent times, perhaps this is the futile attempt of business in the transfer window beginning to rub off on the side.
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