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Allardyce reveals what he will do to Everton players after humiliation v Tottenham

Everton manager Sam Allardyce has revealed that his players face punishment after the 4-0 humiliation at the hands of Tottenham in the Premier League at the weekend.
The Sun exposed the former England boss’ intentions to make his players re-watch the footballing lesson administered to them by Mauricio Pochettino’s side.
“You can’t argue with a visual, certainly with the angles that we can show,” said Big Sam in The Sun.
“We can clip all the clips out and show all the players in the analysis room where and why they went wrong to make sure that doesn’t occur yet again.
“Unfortunately, there will be so many of them to show it will be difficult watching for all the players.
Goals from Son Heung-Min, a Harry Kane brace, and one from Christian Eriksen resigned the Toffees to their tenth defeat of the season and sees the club in freefall as they are now without a win in the least five league games, and have lost the last three in a row.
The form of the Merseyside club will be a concern but perhaps more worrying is the side’s lack of strike power.
Cenk Tosun was brought in earlier in the transfer window as Allardyce made steps to boost his side’s attack, but the £27million forward looked out of his depth on his debut at Wembley, and the Toffees offered little else going forward.
Everton have West Brom at Goodison Park on Saturday and the boss will be hoping he can get back to winning ways with three points against the Baggies.
In other Everton news, fans disappointed over key players’ performance at Wembley.
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