The team is deep in the relegation zone, Everton executives are locked spit death threats by fans
January 15 News on the evening of January 14th, the 20th round of the Premier League, Everton
Dayton lost 1-2 to relegation rival Southampton.
At present, Everton’s record is quite bad.
The team has suffered 9 winless games in all competitions. The last victory dates back to three months ago. On October 22, in the 13th round of the Premier League, they defeated Crystal Palace 3-0.
Currently, Everton ranks second to last in the Premier League, and the relegation situation is precarious.
The team’s poor record sparked dissatisfaction among fans, who were booed by fans after the game against Southampton, and CEO Barrett Baxendale and other top brass were forced to leave for safety reasons.
2,000 Toffees fans chanted “fire the board” and held banners against team owner Farhad Musil and chairman Bill Kenwright.
When leaving the box after the 1-4 loss to Brighton on January 4, Barrett Baxendale was locked by fans, who surrounded her car and spat at her.
Bill Kenwright received death threats.