By Harvey Byrne
Everton fans were once again left wanting more from Ross Barkley on Twitter following his performance against Crystal Palace on Friday evening.
The 22-year-old attacking midfielder has been out of sorts in the new campaign, which includes being dropped by his club as well as being dropped from the England squad.
He started the match at Goodison Park where the Toffees and Palace battled to a 1-1 draw after a Romelu Lukaku free-kick and Christian Benteke equaliser.
The attacker played for 77 minutes before being brought off for Kevin Mirallas and fans on social media weren’t that happy with his performance.
Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Want Ross Barkley to do well but hes so frustrating another game passed him by got to be winning them games #EFC
— Jamie Murphy (@JamieMurphy18) September 30, 2016
— Mike Peters (@djmikepeters) September 30, 2016
Nothing creative from the midfield. Cleverley shouldnt be near the starting XI, Bolasie was clumsy and Barkley just needs dropping #EFC
— Sean Rothwell (@sean_efc31) September 30, 2016
Bolasie, Mirallas, Barkley, Deulofeu cannot afford to cost through games if things aren't coming off… they need to atleast give 100%. #EFC
— Danny Bostock (@Bozzy18) September 30, 2016
Loads if people slagging Cleverley. Thought he had a better game than Barkley, only gets the benefit of the doubt 'cos he's Scouse #efc
— DeanoMG (@deano_mg) September 30, 2016
Coleman and Barkley both on borrowed time now surely too? Really poor again tonight #EFC
— Matt Jones (@MattJFootball) September 30, 2016
— JT (@toffee__john) September 30, 2016
Barkley has featured in eight fixtures for Everton in the new campaign scoring two goals.
He has made 127 senior appearances at Goodison Park since gradating through the club’s academy and has scored 23 goals.
The England international was once a highly thought of prospect at the club and fans will still hope that he can get back on track and fulfil his potential with the side.
However, with just two years left on his contract and he could leave the Toffees in the near future if he doesn’t sign a new deal, or his poor form continues.