I have been supporting Everton since my Dad started taking me in the 60's. In all my time being a Blue, I have lived through some fantastic times and some pretty low ones. I have followed us religiously, both home and away.
I am fortunate enough to remember different decades when I never even contemplated us getting beat. Even if we went behind, I was always convinced that we would pull one back and go on to win (most of the time we did).
I also vividly remember the days of Billy Bingham, Gordon Lee, Mike Walker and Walter Smith. That was hard to watch (maybe I'm being a little harsh on Bingham). But in all that time, the thought of relegation never once crossed my mind, Never!
Even with the 2 Great Escapes of 94 and 98 against Wimbledon and Coventry, I was convinced of our survival. But now???
Make no mistake, we are in big trouble and if things are not sorted at Board Room level quickly, with the appointment of a competent manager followed by massive support in the January window, I fear we are sunk.
I have listened to the many opinions of what has gone wrong with us. I personally cannot attribute it to one person or one act. To completely implode in such a short period of time is both baffling and frightening.
Unsworth is a man out his depth and should not be in the position he has found himself thrust into.
For the first time ever in my life, I am concerned that we will be relegated. And make no mistake, unless we act, and act right now, we will.
The time for talking is over and Mr Moshri has to act immediately.