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It's still an entertainment sport really at the end of the day. People spend a large proportion of their salary following Everton and it's a thankless task sometimes when the day out and a bevvy with the lads is the highlight rather than the game itself. The best times I had were under Walter Smith bizarrely. Maybe it's coz I was a young lad and liked a bevvy too much at that time but the Kevin Campbell end to the season was the best I can remember under us for atmosphere. Maybe it was because that was a different era and it wasn't the instant gratification one we're in today but it was a great few months.
If you are a 50 year old man going the match to shout abuse and boo a 20 year old lad on the pitch you need to re-evaluate your life.We far too easily at this club turn on players and label them shit after a drop in form. I see now Tosun is the one who needs binning off because sky said so. At least Tom Davies got a break this week.
Sometimes the team make it very easy for the fans to get on their backs though, it's not hard to get the crowd going at goodison, pressing, winning the ball back and hard work usually gets a response, weve started games far too slowly (that's not a new thing)
Thought we started well against West Ham. Was a decent 10 minutes, then they scored and our heads fell off.
If youíre a grown man getting thrown off your stride because youíre getting a bit of stick coz youíre not putting in the effort which is expected of you then maybe top flight football isnít for you. Granted itís different if itís directed at an 18 year old lad but then again at the top level of professional sport you need mental toughness to succeed and itís part of the game as a footballer today.
Yeah thatís true, we were on top until Zouma made a mistake. This has been the theme for most of our games so far.Jagielka vs WolvesRicharlison vs BournemouthPlayers deserting their zones vs HuddersfieldConcentration standards need to be raised at the club.
Yes, you need mental toughness to be a professional sportsman but your comment is a bit ignorant. We have no idea what issues a person is going through that can impact in them mentally- to then be underperforming in front of thousands who then turn on you can be the straw that breaks the camel's back - regardless of age. They are still human beings with the same insecurities and hang ups that everyone else has
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