EXCLUSIVE; Everton fans Complain’s on Manager defensive tactics..

In light of yesterday’s awful loss to Luton Town at Goodison Park, Everton manager Sean Dyche is suddenly turning into a significant liability for any survival prospects this season.

The Toffees reverted to their old habits and paid the price after scoring five goals in two straight away victories for this club that had previously struggled to score goals.

But when the Everton manager returns to a failing tactical strategy that has long since served its purpose, the squad will unavoidably struggle.

How can any manager witness that rubbish and yet try to claim there were positives after losing all four of his home games this season with just one goal scored?

Dyche switched back to his preferred 4-5-1 shape, depriving his center-forward—on Saturday, Dominic Calvert-Lewin—of the support and service he requires.

Why? What was the justification for doing so given that he had almost discovered a successful formation and strategy in the middle of the week that made the best use of his limited resources.

Despite how effectively James Garner and Amadou Onana had played together in the center, the midfield was crowded yet dysfunctional once more with Idrissa Gueye, a defensive player whose age has finally come up to him.

Instead of moving forward to immediately support the striker as he had against Brentford, Abdoulaye Doucoure appeared to be playing out wide, while Dwight McNeil, who was actually terrible, occasionally looked to be playing in the center. It was a complete tangle of confusion.

In addition, the manager replaced Nathan Patterson at right-back with Ashley Young once again for no apparent or justification.

Patterson performed admirably against Villa, whereas Young, in contrast to the Scot, provides no offensive potential and yesterday had shockingly poor defensive play.

It was a dismal day at work defensively overall, with particularly awful set-piece defense.

Carlton Morris, who is physically strong and quick, and Jarrad Branthwaite, who has excelled since joining the team, both battled and were occasionally exposed. Tarkowski in particular had a real battle to contain Morris.

However, if Everton had taken charge of the game, been upbeat and proactive, and done what they should have done by scoring several goals, that pressure would have been off the defense.

It must be emphasized once more that the players are undoubtedly also at fault. As has been the case throughout the campaign, several excellent opportunities were lost, especially in the first half.

Goodison Park used to be a fiery stadium that visiting teams used to detest visiting. The Grand Old Lady was frequently the team’s only hope, even when things were bad, as they were under David Moyes. not anymore. Typically, home-underperforming teams fall from the standings.

Where does this team and club go from here, seriously? I’m sure I’ve mentioned it more times than I can count, but the food we’re serving at home is abhorrent and disgusting. If this keeps on, relegation seems inevitable.






Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.