'Unreal', 'Woeful' - Everton fans rage over Allardyce decision on 28-year-old v Swansea
Everton fans have slammed Sam Allardyce’s decision to start Yannick Bolasie in the line-up that will take on Swansea at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday.
The Toffees announced the team news on their official Twitter account ahead of kick-off with the only change being Idrissa Gana Gueye coming back into the fold.
???? | Team news is in! #EFCawayday
— Everton (@Everton) April 14, 2018
After drawing 0-0 with Merseyside rivals Liverpool at Goodison Park last week, it seems that most Evertonians would have expected Allardyce to ring more than just the one change.
And it seems that most of the supporters wanted Bolasie, 28, axed after being less than impressed with the DR Congo international’s form as of late and took to Twitter to rage over his inclusion.
One angry Everton fan claimed that he has been “woeful”.
Here is a selection of their tweets:
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Yannick Bolasie starting again pic.twitter.com/Z4T468hGRW
— Thomas McMahon (@Thomas_mcmahon1) April 14, 2018
How does bolasie get a game yet klassen, lookman and vlasic can't?
— george rushton (@GeorgeRushton92) April 14, 2018
How does Bolasie keep his place after last week? Unreal
— Lewis ???????? (@lewis_efc_2) April 14, 2018
How does bolasie start evry game for us ????????♂️
— Graeme Friday (@GraemeFriday) April 14, 2018
How does Bolasie still manage to get into the starting XI?
— ㅤً (@Evertxn) April 14, 2018
What have Rooney and Bolasie done to justify starting??
— Ian G (@IanG1878) April 14, 2018
Surprised that neither Bolasie or Rooney have been dropped https://t.co/KuSQVyzczl
— Harry (@MainManMori) April 14, 2018
How bolasie getting a game woeful https://t.co/JLW6gwUcbY
— Joseph Dunn (@JosephDunn8) April 14, 2018
Bolasie has made 13 appearances in all competitions for Everton this season after he returned from a year-long spell on the sidelines with a serious knee injury that saw him go under the knife on more than one occasion.
He scored his first and only goal of the campaign in the 3-1 home defeat to Manchester City in March, but even that has left fans wanting Allardyce to drop him from the side.