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Sam Allardyce savaged as Everton fans voice fury after miserable campaign

Swansea moved five points off the bottom three thanks to a Jordan Ayew goal in a home draw with Everton.
Swansea moved five points off the bottom three thanks to a Jordan Ayew goal in a home draw with Everton.
Swansea moved five points off the bottom three thanks to a Jordan Ayew goal in a home draw with Everton.

A wide-ranging survey sent by Everton to supporters caused quite the frenzy since its release on Tuesday. Topics ranged from media portrayal of Everton to reasons for supporting the club, touching on the role played by international supporters.

These surveys are commonplace as Everton often seek the views of fans but this one has attracted attention due to questions relating to the direction of the club and matters on the pitch.

Each question needed a rating from 0 to 10, with 0 signalling...

Wayne Rooney, Everton lack ambition, creativity again vs. Swansea

Swansea moved five points off the bottom three thanks to a Jordan Ayew goal in a home draw with Everton.
Swansea moved five points off the bottom three thanks to a Jordan Ayew goal in a home draw with Everton.

A campaign that began with genuine hopes of progress is instead ending with Everton manager Sam Allardyce lauding the mediocre, describing a 1-1 draw at Swansea on Saturday as a "great point."

This pitiful embrace of mediocrity is turning a storied club into an irrelevance. There is no scenario in which settling for a point against the team fourth from bottom in the league is acceptable. Yet here was Allardyce going one step further and actively protecting a point, introducing centre-back Ramiro...

Everton plod toward finish line but need to experiment if things are to change

Everton's Sam Allardyce addresses questions about Wayne Rooney's reaction to being substituted.

Despite the best efforts of Everton personnel trying to suggest otherwise this week, this season has been going through the motions for a while and most supporters cannot wait for it to end. The trip to relegation-threatened Swansea on Saturday marks the start of the last five games.

Winning those matches would at least end the season on a positive note, and there should certainly be nothing to fear from five opponents all sitting below Everton in the Premier League table. Back-to-back home games...

Wayne Rooney a derby disappointment as cowardly Everton draw a blank

Everton's Sam Allardyce addresses questions about Wayne Rooney's reaction to being substituted.
Everton's Wayne Rooney was visibly upset after being subbed off midway through the second half of the Merseyside Derby.
Jordan Pickford and Loris Karius each explain their key saves that preserved a goalless draw in the Merseyside derby.
Everton remain without a Merseyside derby win since 2010 after playing out a tame goalless draw with Liverpool.
English Premier League: Seamus Coleman (87') Everton 0-0 Liverpool

The only thing more disappointing than not beating a weakened Liverpool team was Everton spending most of the first 75 minutes not even trying to beat them as a drab Merseyside derby ended 0-0 on Saturday.

For too much of the match Everton played once more like a team just happy to survive, showing none of the intent needed to halt a winless derby run that now stands at 17 matches in all competitions. Everton spent those first 75 minutes waiting for Liverpool to beat them, affording the visitors...

Dominic Solanke fails to fire in Mo Salah's absence as Liverpool frustrated by Everton

Everton remain without a Merseyside derby win since 2010 after playing out a tame goalless draw with Liverpool.
Everton's Wayne Rooney was visibly upset after being subbed off midway through the second half of the Merseyside Derby.
Everton's Sam Allardyce addresses questions about Wayne Rooney's reaction to being substituted.
Jordan Pickford and Loris Karius each explain their key saves that preserved a goalless draw in the Merseyside derby.

LIVERPOOL, England -- Three points on Everton 0-0 Liverpool at Goodison Park in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.

1. Derby day frustration

Merseyside derby No. 231 will not live long in the memory. The point earned in this dull draw helped Liverpool maintain their standing in the top four, while it further strengthened Everton supporters' case that Sam Allardyce is not the man to take their football club forward.

The build-up to the game had never been more low-key -- and there were very...

Everton look beaten by Liverpool before a Merseyside derby ball is kicked

Everton woe vs Man City
Sam Allardyce's Everton have been woeful in the Merseyside derby in recent years as rampant Liverpool visit Goodison Park.

Liverpool's 3-0 dismantling of Manchester City in the Champions League just days after City did the same thing to Everton in the Premier League will have done little to lift the gloom encircling Goodison Park ahead of the Merseyside Derby on Saturday.

Derby build-up often follows a familiar pattern as various Everton personnel discuss the commitment and courage needed to win before invariably showing little to none of both on the day and leaving supporters lamenting another derby failure.

Amid the...