'Stinking the place out', 'Poor' - Everton fans slam midfielder for performance v Chelsea
Everton fans on Twitter have slammed midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin for his performance in the 0-0 draw against Chelsea at Goodison Park on Saturday afternoon.
Schneiderlin, 28, has been regularly criticised for his form this season and a good number of supporters believe that he showed no signs of improving against the Premier League champions, with members of the Goodison faithful frustrated by his refusal to pass the ball forward.
The Frenchman has been ever-present in the Everton first-team this term while Ronald Koeman, David Unsworth and now Sam Allardyce has been in charge, making 23 appearances across all competitions in the midfield.
However many could now believe that it is time for Allardyce to axe the former Southampton enforcer from the squad after a lacklustre showing against Chelsea.
One supporter even said that Schneiderlin is “stinking the place out”.
Here is a selection of their tweets:
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Sandro and Klaassen can't buy a chance n then there's Schneiderlin stinkn the place out everyweek…
— RANGA1878 (@Regc1878) December 23, 2017
Its schneiderlin again that's causing the problem. He gets caught in no mans lad with players infront and behind him.
— Gavin Melling (@GPMelling) December 23, 2017
What does Schneiderlin actually bring to this team?
— Simon (@SiWhelab88new) December 23, 2017
schneiderlin is poor
— Kevin_Everton⚽️???? (@KevinKola_9) December 23, 2017
still waiting for schneiderlin to play a good positive ball
— cameron (@cameronj_m) December 23, 2017
Schneiderlin has been panicking zzzz
— DCL BATSMAN (@SannyArse) December 23, 2017
Martina giving far too much space for Moses. What's Schneiderlin doing/done. Need to support DCL, as he's winning all the balls
— Paul Lee (@plee85) December 23, 2017
Although fans have not feel that Schneiderlin is playing too well, the Irish Mirror has reported that West Ham have approached the Toffees with an enquiry about the 15-times France international.
It is understood that Allardyce may sanction the midfielder’s exit next month as he looks to bring in Steven N’Zonzi from Sevilla.
Schneiderlin joined the Toffees from Manchester United in January for a deal rising up to £24million.