Everton fans are reacting after photos of the Bournemouth midfielder, Dan Gosling, wearing a full Toffees strip emerged online.
Gosling spent two-and-a-half years on Everton's books before leaving in acrimonious circumstances.
The 29-year-old angered the Merseyside club by exploiting a legal loophole to join Newcastle United without a transfer fee, according to the Guardian.
And nearly a decade on, it appears some of an Everton persuasion are still not over it.
Dan Gosling appears to be going on his stag do in a full Everton kit with a few of the Bournemouth players pic.twitter.com/PmKdrzpxPm— The Toffee Blues (@EvertonNewsFeed) May 16, 2019
This is what they're saying about Gosling - who appears to have been stitched up by several of his Bournemouth teammates.
Dan Gosling is a tit.— Gerry (@glioriginali_) May 16, 2019
Hate him.— * (@FinKitch) May 16, 2019
A bell in the end. But will never forget the goal those of us watching on TV missed as they randomly cut to the tic tac advert before returning to the celebrations pic.twitter.com/L4uTndpMeL— Daniel Lawson (@Sofa_Snake) May 16, 2019
Why is Dan Gosling wearing an Everton kit on his Stag Do ? What am I missing here, be the closet he will ever get to wearing one again like— Kev (@KevBlank9) May 16, 2019
Closest he will come to wearing it again— Richard (@lazyrichie) May 16, 2019
Only way he will get to wear one again!!— Steve Harris (@SteveHa55381234) May 16, 2019
He should be so lucky - wouldn't get in our 19th team!— Jeremy Haldane (@jeremy_haldane) May 16, 2019
He must be a Liverpool fan. Would explain a lot.— Super Hans (@HansCayley) May 16, 2019
Dan Gosling must hate Everton yeno haha— Macauley (@macabluenose) May 16, 2019
He must proper hate us now only reason you do tha on a stag— Craig Riley (@CragOnTour) May 16, 2019
Gosling was viewed as a player with great potential at the time of his £2 million transfer from Plymouth Argyle.
But it could be argued that the former England Under-21 international was unable to fulfil that at either Everton and Newcastle, where he made a combined total of 46 Premier League appearances in six-and-a-half-years.
Gosling has, however, established himself as a regular at Bournemouth following his return to the south coast in 2015.
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