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."
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:
Tim Cahill on this season "it's confusing. I think they're confused too. We've lost our identity. Forget about when I was there but when I was we had a basis, a group of players built and then added to. Now it seems we're just making signings but there's no chemistry."— Watched Toffee (@WatchedToffee) April 15, 2018
Clubs rotten to the core, there is no structure at all— Haydyn Fielding (@haydynfielding1) April 15, 2018
The key word is 'stale'. We all appreciate what Moyes did but the four failures he had since leaving us show that getting him back would not be a progressive step for us— Trevor McKinlay (@TrevorMcKinlay) April 15, 2018
If those on the outside can see it ....— Jim Cannon (@EvilMonkey1701) April 15, 2018
Oh for the days when we actually had players who got us and knew what it meant to play for Everton!— AutismDad (@chrisjhocking22) April 16, 2018
Used to sign hungry, hardened players from lower league teams, now we largely sign top 6 cast-offs and the desire isn't the same.— Byrno (@SuperByrne) April 15, 2018
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.