Everton fans react to Tim Cahill's latest claims

Tim Cahill of Everton remonstrates with the linesman during the FA Cup with Budweiser Semi Final match between Liverpool and Everton at Wembley Stadium on April 14, 2012 in London, England.

Former Everton striker Tim Cahill recently claimed the club have lost their identity.

Everton manager Sam Allardyce looks on during the Premier League match between Swansea City and Everton at Liberty Stadium on April 14, 2018 in Swansea, Wales.

Everton laboured to a 1-1 draw against Swansea on Sunday to continue their inconsistent campaign, and fans are once again calling for manager Sam Allardyce's head due to the team's style of football.

Although the Toffees are ninth in the Premier League table with four games to go, their season has been below-par by every standard, and former fan favourite Tim Cahill has voiced his displeasure at the club's football.

The Australia international striker claims watching Everton is not as pleasurable as it used to be, with life under the new management and their big-money spending failing to yield the desired results.

"It's confusing, they (fans) are confused too, I feel we've lost our identity as a club. I feel like there's nothing that we're really stamping and building around." Cahill told Sky's Goals on Sunday.

"Before there was a basis and a group of players that was built and we were adding to it and looking for the long-term plan of how to evolve as a football club.

"Now it seems like we are just making signings and the chemistry is not there and on the pitch they are not linking well."

Tim Cahill of Everton scores the fourth goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Everton and Fulham at Goodison Park on April 28, 2012 in Liverpool, England.

A lot of Everton fans on Twitter agreed with the 38-year-old who now plays for English Championship side Millwall, and here is a selection of some of their reactions:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford is beaten for the Swansea goal by Jordan Ayew during the Premier League match between Swansea City and Everton at Liberty Stadium on April 14, 2018 in...

It remains to be seen if Allardyce will be in charge of Everton beyond the end of the current campaign, but the fans clearly yearn for something better.

The former England boss was seen as a panic appointment as the club sought safety after Ronald Koeman left them struggling following a disastrous start to the campaign.

With Everton now safe, Allardyce's mission has been accomplished, and a new manager will be needed if the team are to aim for a European finishing spot next term.

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