Everton fans have slammed journalist Dominic King after he scrutinised the club’s board for “throwing money at the problem” concerning Italian manager Carlo Ancelotti.
The Daily Mail journalist raised questions about the managerial conundrum at Goodison Park, with the club yet to hire a permanent manager following the sacking of Marco Silva in December.
Following a 5-2 defeat against hated neighbours Liverpool, club legend has been taking temporary charge of the first team with fans buying into the Scotsman’s emotional and passionate attitude on the touchline.
Sky Sports revealed that the three-time Champions League winner is expected to move to Merseyside and take charge of the blue half of the city.
The pursuit of Carlo Ancelotti raises many questions: can Everton keep throwing money at their situation to improve? If Moshiri is driving the move, what does it say for Marcel Brands? He’s football royalty but is he what Everton need right now? (comment) https://t.co/bxyugoYJwz
— Dominic King (@DominicKing_DM) December 18, 2019
However, King wrote in his Daily Mail column how this might not necessarily be the best solution for the Toffees, and question Farhad Moshiri’s requirements to spend big to fix the problems.
Supporters were critical of King’s words on the Blues’ current situation and made their feelings clear on social media.
Here you will find some of the best comments from Everton fans:
Reeks of having an agenda this Dominic. Anyone can put arguments forward for saying any manager is the wrong appointment. Bottom line is this: Everton want to win trophies, so they have selected a manager with a proven track record of getting them.
— the blue soccers (@thebluesoccers) December 18, 2019
Odd article this.
Anti Everton doesn’t cover it, the cynical side of me thinks the agenda is to discredit Moshiri.
— Steviemac 🍋 (@steviemac2010) December 18, 2019
— Jack. (@DogmaticDavies) December 18, 2019
I’m quite sure a couple of billionaires have an idea what they are doing money wise over some bitter red journo posing as a neutral
— Paul Gladwell (@muza1933) December 18, 2019
Yeah, we should just know our place and spend an eternity being linked to Moyes and Mark Hughes. Heaven forbid reaching for the stars and showing ambition 🙄
— James Murphy (@MurphsJplace) December 18, 2019
Dominic the Kopite
— Al (@a1mc) December 18, 2019
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