Everton supporters have been reasonably satisfied in recent times after seeing their side make an unbeaten start to the 2018/19 Premier League season.
Marco Silva’s men have gone into the first international break of the campaign having won one and drawn the other three of their opening four league games, thus sitting seventh in the English top-flight. A 2-1 win over Southampton has been intertwined with draws against Wolves, Bournemouth, and Huddersfield Town, so while remaining unbeaten is a decent start, they may have hoped for a couple more victories from those first four matches.
As such, there have been many satisfied Evertonians up and down the country in recent times, several of whom are likely to be intrigued by recent revelations from midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin.
‘I’ll show Everton fans that I’m not lazy and do care’
Morgan Schneiderlin, the Everton midfielder, says the criticism he received after missing a game has eaten away at him
— Times Sport (@TimesSport) September 9, 2018
The France international made the move to Goodison Park in the winter of 2017 but didn’t enjoy a particularly fruitful campaign last term, to the point that he was reportedly told by David Unsworth, who took over as Toffees caretaker back in October of last year following the departure of Ronald Koeman, to train away from the first team.
And the former Manchester United midfielder has opened up about that incident as well as the criticism he has received from Everton fans in recent times, which has unsurprisingly stimulated quite a reaction from many Toffees supporters on Twitter.
And while some still aren’t convinced by the 28-year-old, many have challenged him to let his football do the talking to thus prove himself to the Goodison Park faithful…
He also got himself sent off at Lyon, some would say deliberately
— mark tallentire (@tallentiremark) September 10, 2018
Tbf to schneiderlin he’s been one of our better performers so far this season..
— EcclesEFC (@eccles_efc) September 10, 2018
Well he better buck his ideas up and stop going for the easy option all the time by passsing it to the full backs.
— TheToffees_85 (@TheToffees_85) September 10, 2018
I’m surprised he’s still at the club absolute shambles last year
— Mark Eccles (@markecclesEFC) September 10, 2018
I’m up for a clean slate – see how he performs, new manager/new faces, more possession/creativity in the play etc etc
— Rich (@Growlerxxx) September 10, 2018
He looks geared up and that’s good, just which he wouldn’t pass backwards so much when he can go forward.
— dt (@RyderSezLesbos) September 10, 2018
Missed 1 game? He didn’t turn up all last season. better this season tough.
— MR LEE (@IAM_MR_LEE) September 10, 2018
show some balls then when it comes to 50/50s and winning the ball back and youll be backed 100%
— Paul Jeffers (@PaulJeffers4) September 10, 2018
Everton fans… what do you think? Let us know!