Thatís booing the team or the sub.
Canít remember instances of booing the individual coming on.
the booing of the team was when Schneiderlin had the ball and played the ball backwards again and again, he was booed alot more than any other player that night.
yes booing the sub, well not the sub, booing the manager as we where 1-0 behind and had 1 striker on the pitch, who we where taking off to replace with another striker... the fans saw this as negative.. hence the booing..
surely Sam has gotten the vibe from Goodison, but i guess not, he decided to keep Schneiderlin when almost everyone wanted him gone at Goodison, whenever he got the ball in the last month-6 weeks, there has been nervousness and vocal disdain at him being on the pitch... I said a few weeks back the Atmosphere at Goodison v Leicester was amazing..
but all of that went through Big Sams Big Head... it's more shocking that a manager who gets over 6million quid a year cant tell which players and which tactics turn the Goodison faithful off