Everton drew 1-1 away at Swansea City on Saturday afternoon.
Everton fans once again had little to shout about on Saturday afternoon as the Toffees could only manage a 1-1 draw away at Swansea City.
The Toffees played out a dull 0-0 draw with Liverpool last weekend, and were hoping for much better on Saturday afternoon as they made the long trip to South Wales.
Manager Sam Allardyce needed a win to boost his slim chances of keeping his job before the end of the season, and he saw his side go in front thanks to Kyle Naughton's own goal.
However, Swansea did hit back in the second half, with Jordan Ayew bagging an equaliser, handing the hosts a share of the spoils in a 1-1 draw.
That was Allardyce's fifth draw since becoming Everton manager, and whilst fans are still calling for him to be sacked, they turned their attentions elsewhere on Saturday.
Winger Theo Walcott – a January signing for Allardyce from Arsenal – made a bright start to his Everton career, but has struggled to make an impact in recent games, earning him criticism from supporters.
Fans took to Twitter after Saturday's draw, suggesting that Walcott is playing like he's already on his summer holidays, adding that he was 'useless' and 'non-existent', even claiming that he has lost pace since his arrival and is now playing at the same speed as Wayne Rooney with one fan comparing him to Kevin Mirallas.
Walcott and Bolasie are the two least effective wingers in the Premier League. On paper they should give us a lightning counter attack. In reality they offer naff all.— Paul EFC 86 (@PaulEFC86) April 14, 2018
You’re not going to win away games if your forward players can’t hold the ball up. Our forward players can’t hold the ball up. Bolasie is the one that gets the most stick, but Walcott is equally useless.— EvertonIan (@ianefc1878) April 14, 2018
Walcott non existent again for third game in a run aswell as bolasie aswell as Rooney well u get the picture— Mark Eccles (@markecclesEFC) April 14, 2018
Would be interested in taking a count of how many times Walcott has received it on the wing and spun it out of play with his first touch— JL. (@Niasse_fan) April 14, 2018
Walcott is gradually turning into Mirallas with every game he plays for us.— Marc Williamson (@mrwithasea) April 14, 2018
Walcott not in this game at all. Tosun isolated.— Portland Toffee (@davidgibb88) April 14, 2018
Have to say Walcott looks like he is on his holidays as well— Boywonder Baxter (@jose_wonderboy1) April 14, 2018
I think we've managed to slow Walcott down to Rooney's pace— Paul Patten (@pattolar) April 14, 2018
Is Walcott even on the pitch ?? Been non-existent majority of the game— nanci (@nancifarleyx) April 14, 2018
Walcott has done very little in the past few games. So quiet and ineffective. Almost playing like Lennon did - a second right back.— FollowEverton (@followeverton) April 14, 2018