Many – ourselves included – rated the former England boss as a big fat zero for his constant trolling of Evertonians and his anti-football approach to the game, and he wasn’t impressed.
“The survey – the director of marketing and communications has clearly slipped up.
“Our department has not been asked what we think of the survey, even though it has been passed out before.
“From my point of view and the football side point of view, it was a big mistake. I think it has allowed you to write some beautiful headlines.
“Our director of marketing is not a great understander of football and how football works because he is into marketing.
“He must have thought it was the right thing to do but clearly everyone else hasn’t and even the chairman I spoke to (on Wednesday night).”
Richard Kenyon – Everton’s Director of Marketing – has in fact been watching Everton home and away for the best part of 40 years, first taking up a perch on the barriers behind the Gwladys Street goal in the early 1980’s.
“It hasn’t made any difference for me concerning my position at the football club,” Allardyce added.
“Until someone rings me up at the very highest level and says, ‘Sam, you’re not wanted any more’ – then I’ll hold my hands up and say, ‘If that’s how you feel then fine’.
“But I’d be extremely disappointed if that was the case. In fact I’d be much more disappointed than extremely.”
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