Sam Allardyce heads to Wembley with nothing to lose except an Everton future
Allardyce has made Everton hard to beat but the attacking play has been poor and, starting against Tottenham Hotspur, needs to improve if he is going to be kept on by the club’s hierarchySince becoming Everton’s majority shareholder in 2016, Farhad Moshiri has developed a reputation for being a man who does not understand that all publicity is not necessarily good publicity. This has been seen through his often toe-curling briefings to Sky Sports’ Jim White and once again at Everton’s AGM on Tuesday when the Iranian-born businessman claimed Romelu Lukaku rejected a contract with the club last summer because “he had a voodoo”. Lukaku, who is Catholic and not prone to making career decisions based on the advice of religious cults, is understa...
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