Signing of the summer: Everton fans react on Twitter to debut display
By Amir Mir
Everton fans have hailed new signing Idrissa Gueye on Twitter after his man-of-the-match debut against Tottenham.
Gueye moved to Goodison Park from Aston Villa after the Merseyside club activated his £7.1 million release clause.
Everton supporters were extremely satisfied with the midfielder’s performance in the 1-1 draw against Tottenham on Saturday as they lauded his energy in the middle of the park.
After conceding 59 goals last season, the fans are now hopeful that, following the additions of Gueye and £9million defender Ashley Williams, manager Ronald Koeman is putting the foundations in place for a solid defensive unit.
Here is a selection of the messages from Everton fans on Twitter:
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— Mair Bond (@MairBond) August 14, 2016
Gueye was also brilliant. Best player on the park. #EFC
— Gregor Allan (@gregorallan9) August 13, 2016
— Andy Mirich (@andymirich) August 13, 2016
— Matthew Williams (@verseferg9) August 13, 2016
Idrissa Gueye is a great buy, thoroughly enjoyed watching him today! ⚽️????#EFC
— European Bob (@robparker180) August 13, 2016
Conclude from today that Idrissa Gueye is boss, we need to buy at least x2 strikers & a creative midfielder, & maybe we dont need a GK #EFC
— John Cook (@johncook_1986) August 13, 2016
Boss game today ???? #EFC New Signings were absolutely brilliant, Gueye and MS class acts
— Sam Mckee (@SamMcKeee) August 13, 2016
What did everyone think of McCarthy? Not a big improvement but better. Gueye took all the pressure off and allowed him to go. #EFC
— David Downie (@daviddownie17) August 13, 2016
Gueye will now travel with his teammates to the Hawthorns next Saturday as the ex-Villa man takes on West Brom looking for his first win as an Everton player.
There will be huge expectations for the Toffees this season as fans crave for European football after two below-par league campaigns.
In other Everton team news, manager Ronald Koeman send a Twitter message to supporters after their 1-1 draw at home to Tottenham.