“It’s time for Everton to get angry.” Those are the words of The Athletic journalist Greg O’Keeffe – but supporters have their doubts over whether the club will change their ways.
The demand for a response from the club comes after manager Marco Silva’s stance on the serious ankle injury that Portuguese midfielder picked up during the 1-1 draw against Tottenham, inflicted by Spurs’ winger Son Heung-min.
The South Korea international was initially sent off by referee Martin Atkinson, only for his dismissal to be rescinded by an independent panel.
O’Keeffe believes that the players should take their anger out on Southampton. Not only because Everton sit 17th in the Premier League table, but the Saints sit above them and have not won under Marco Silva when the team has gone behind in a league game.
— Greg O’Keeffe (@GregOK) November 7, 2019
Despite the views which have appeared to echo the voices of supporters in recent weeks, fans are doubtful that the necessary changes will be made, making their feelings heard on social media.
Here you will find some of the best responses from Everton fans:
Don’t hold your breath Greg.
— Matt (@africansunset73) November 7, 2019
The last few vile weeks have provided very sound ammunition to create a ‘us against the world’ attitude of aggression and passion. But…. I highly doubt it happening 😕
— Sam M (@slmefc) November 7, 2019
Whatever Moyes’ faults, he’d have created a siege mentality, us against the world vibe over the last couple of weeks. The current regime doesn’t seem to have that same fight
— Andy King (@arking84) November 7, 2019
Club doesn’t have the gutts
— MTS (@MTSeed88) November 7, 2019
We will start playing in the 88th minute an look intrested..Silva would struggle tearing open a pack of crisp..
— nilsatisnisioptimum (@nikkimetty) November 7, 2019
Unfortunately our manager has told refs that we respect their decisions no matter what and richarlison does go to ground too easily so I don’t see any fighting attitude coming out anytime soon 😒
— bobr (@latchy9) November 7, 2019
Wont count on it Greg. We are a soft touch that was highlighted in Sunday and further with Silva’s interview on the official site. Turned my stomach how he failed to call out the FA and media over decisions last week and how Richarlson was portrayed this week
— paul grant (@paulgefc79) November 7, 2019
We will roll over for them, I mean they haven’t won for a while. Send Coleman in before to tell them we will let them win out of sympathy.
— Martin Kitney (@realkitters) November 7, 2019
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