Don Hutchison has this to say about latest plane banner message to Bill Kenwright

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The former Everton player is not impressed with the latest message against the club's chairman.

Former Everton player Don Hutchison has taken to Twitter to comment on the plane that flew over Goodison Park earlier today with a message for Toffees supremo Bill Kenwright.

As reported by the Mirror shortly after the incident, the message read: “Your failures are your legacy,” and it is the second time a section of Everton fans have targeted Kenwright this season following another plane banner on the day of Everton’s trip to Southampton back in August.

Some fans are unhappy with the lack of money being invested into the side since Kenwright became chairman but Hutchison had his own take on the latest stunt.

Writing on social media on Saturday afternoon, the former player said, “So Bill Kenwright spends money in the window and keeps John Stones; yet fans still fly a f*****g plane over Goodison.”

When Everton later went 2-0 up courtesy of a brace from Steven Naismith, Hutchison tweeted, “Keep flying that plane; flew two, won two.”

Everton may not have been as busy as some in the summer transfer window but they did bring in the likes of Gerard Deuloefu and Tom Cleverley while also keeping hold of John Stones who looks set to become one of the best centre-backs in Europe given time.

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