Ally McCoist Agrees with Frank Lampard Verdict after Everton Loss v Palace, Shares What He Saw

 Ally McCoist Agrees with Frank Lampard Verdict after Everton Loss v Palace, Shares What He Saw

After the defeat, Frank Lampard aired his anger, claiming [Liverpool Echo] that the players are now lacking in confidence.

On talkSPORT, Ally McCoist suggested that the Toffees boss is exactly correct in his assessment of the manner of the defeat.

“Honestly, spot on. I thought they started really really well,” said McCoist.

“Frank is right. The concerning thing, I’ve seen heads go down, certainly, they didn’t have the same enthusiasm and intensity.


“Frank is quite right to be disappointed with the manner and performance after the goal.”

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Shocking!

Everton should not have lost 4-0 in this game. Crystal Palace also didn’t play particularly well in their 4-0 victory.

The Toffees got off to a strong start in the first 15-20 minutes, creating many decent chances.

Andros Townsend was very pumped about this game. On the right wing, he looked active and made some excellent box deliveries.

Unfortunately, he was injured in the first half after twisting his knee and was forced to leave the game.

When Townsend was sent off, Palace had a five- to six-minute respite, which allowed them to reorganize, reflect, and create a strategy to counter the Toffees.

There was no turning back once they scored their first goal. Everton appeared disconnected, dejected, and absolutely devoid of confidence.

They absolutely surrendered even though they were 2-0 down at halftime. More than anything else, this mediocrity, regardless of the outcome, is simply unacceptable.

Lampard was justified in expressing his dissatisfaction, and McCoist agrees with his post-game review of the game.