West Ham captain Mark Noble Noble critical of Everton fans over Sam Allardyce treatment

Everton's English manager Sam Allardyce gestures on the touchline during the English Premier League football match between West Ham United and Everton at The London Stadium, in east London...

Sam Allardyce seems to be public enemy number one with Everton fans at the moment in scenes reminiscent of his time at West Ham United.

Sam Allardyce, Manager of Everton looks on during the Premier League match between Arsenal and Everton at Emirates Stadium on February 3, 2018 in London, England.

West Ham know all about Sam Allardyce who did a good job over four seasons in East London but Everton fans have seen enough after just six months.

Everton supporters are demanding change this summer after a topsy turvy season under Ronald Koeman and then Allardyce.

The former England boss did the job of lifting the Toffees out of the relegation zone and into what is likely to be the highest position they can finish, eighth.

But supporters are already fed up with the style of football on display at Goodison Park and Allardyce is under pressure to keep his job with Sky Sports reporting that he could leave the club today.

West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce celebrates victory with Mark Noble after the nPower Championship Playoff Semi Final 2nd Leg between West Ham United and Cardiff City at the Boleyn...

But West Ham skipper Mark Noble told the club's official website that Everton fans have been harsh on his former boss and has told them substance over style is important in the Premier League.

“I know Sam really well and as soon as he took over at Everton, you knew they were going to be safe and that he’d get results for sure, because he’s fantastic at doing that," Noble told whufc.com.

"The Everton fans are still not happy, though.

Everton's English manager Sam Allardyce gestures on the touchline during the English Premier League football match between West Ham United and Everton at The London Stadium, in east London...

 

"We watched their game the other night and they were booed off at half-time, but Sam’s done the job that he was asked to do and I think he’s been fantastic.

“Obviously fans want to see a certain way of playing, but three points are so important at the end of the day.

"For the Chairman and Board of that football club, it’s so big to go into next season in the Premier League.”

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