Don Hutchison suggests on Twitter that this Everton substitute should start every game

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Don Hutchison thinks Gerard Deulofeu should start regularly for Everton.

Former Everton midfielder Don Hutchison has taken to Twitter to praise Toffees winger Gerard Deulofeu after his performance against Manchester United.

Everton suffered heartbreak at Wembley on Saturday evening, losing their FA Cup semi-final against Manchester United in injury-time.

Marouane Fellaini scored against his former club to put United in front, and when Romelu Lukaku has his second half penalty saved by David De Gea, it didn't look good for Everton - but Gerard Deulofeu's introduction from the bench sparked Everton into life, and the Spaniard conjured up the equaliser by crossing into the box, with Chris Smalling putting through his own net.

Everton were on top, with Deulofeu causing all sorts of problems for the United defence, but with extra time looming, United struck the winning goal in added time as Anthony Martial slotted home Ander Herrera's through ball.

The Toffees were left heartbroken, but former midfielder Don Hutchison had one good thing to talk about - Deulofeu's performance.

The former Barcelona man has been in and out of the side of late, and was only a substitute against United, prompting Hutchison to take to Twitter and claim that Deulofeu should be starting every single game - and that's exactly what would happen if Hutchison was in charge, not the under-pressure Roberto Martinez.

With pace and skill, it's no wonder that fans and ex-players are keen to see Deulofeu play more often. He's still young, doesn't offer much defensively and his end product can be hit and miss, but his performance against Manchester United changed the game and offered the Toffees a real spark - something Martinez desperately needs right now.

Do you think Deulofeu should start every game for Everton?

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