Everton fans plan walkout during Arsenal game
High-profile Everton fan groups have called on supporters who will be in attendance at the Arsenal game to stage a walkout, according to The Athletic.
It is expected to begin in the 27th minute which is to protest about 27 years without a major trophy for the Toffees.
The fans are understood to be disgruntled with the way Farhad Moshiri has gone about his business in the past and will be venting fury at the Toffees owner during the Arsenal clash.
Must do it
The owners have taken this club for a ride in the past and the owners have been the ones who’ve paid the ultimate price for it.
Managers have come and gone, players have been bought and sold, but as a club, they’re in the same place since they were nearly three decades ago.
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The spending appeared to be promising in the last few seasons, but it came at a huge cost which led to them falling foul of the FFP rules.
New manager Rafa Benitez, who was appointed under massive displeasure from the Toffees faithful, ended up paying the price with no major summer signings for big money.
The Spaniard was also appointed on the backing of Mohsiri and now finds himself on thin ice.
He appears to be closing in on a sack and if the Toffees lose the next two or three games, there’s a good chance that he will be gone.
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