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These 2 Everton players need to improve whether Sam Allardyce stays or not

Everton fans here in the Tavern are hoping that a major overhaul is conducted during the summer months, after witnessing the horrors of their current campaign. 

Indeed, no one would’ve expected the Toffees to be relegation contenders at the start of the season having spent a large amount of money in the summer. But, that’s exactly how it looked prior to the sacking of Ronald Koeman, as the appointment of Sam Allardyce has completely redefined Everton’s season up to this point, with relegation troubles now a distant memory.

However, there are still doubts surrounding the future of the former England boss as the Toffees remain inconsistent under his guidance, meaning that the players could be under new management once again at the end of the season. Although, there are improvements to be had from the players with their own performances often causing for bad results, something that needs to be resolved quickly if they are to take anything away from this season.

Therefore, with many of our local Evertonians hoping to see a positive finish to the season, these TWO players need to turn on the style regardless of the situation…

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Cenk Tosun

The Turkish striker made the move to Goodison Park for a hefty price of £27 million during the January transfer window, as many of our locals believed that they’d finally secured Romelu Lukaku’s replacement.

However, this isn’t exactly how it’s turned out for the Toffees with the 26-year-old only just grabbing his first goal against Burnley at the weekend, as he continues to make a slow start to life in the Premier League.

Therefore, supporters are urging the former Besiktas forward to improve his performances from here on in, as he could end up suffering a similar fate to Sandro Ramirez with a loan move in the summer.

Cuco Martina

The full-back signed from fellow Premier League side Southampton during the summer transfer window, with our local Evertonians hopeful that the Dutchman can replicate the wonder strike he produced against Arsenal at St Mary’s.

Indeed, Everton have utilised him at left-back ever since Seamus Coleman returned from injury, with the 28-year-old often criticised for poor defending and his inability to use both feet.

Therefore, the defender is potentially playing for his future at Goodison Park, with his lacklustre performances so far this season causing for supporters to look on in disgust.

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