Everton fans are not enjoying life under Sam Allardyce.

Less than five months into the job, most scousers are more interested in seeing the back of their manager than what the outcome of Monday’s match will be.

Whilst they are expecting another tedious match in the usual Sam Allardyce style, the Everton fans are getting a little excited ahead of the match.

Judging by the comments below, many Everton fans are having a struggle to work out whether they hate Newcastle United (and the supporters) or Sam Allardyce more.

On this occasion, their usual loathing for former red Rafa Benitez takes only third place.

Amongst it all, some grudging respect for the job the NUFC boss has done.

It doesn’t take a genius though to work out that the mood inside Goodison Park could well be to Newcastle’s advantage, as if Everton go behind then I think that looks sure to be a catalyst for plenty of anti-Allardyce abuse to be launched.

Bring it on.

Everton fans comment via their top Grand Old Team message board:

‘Gravy vs paella, two obnoxious defensive fat beauts going toe to toe, what a dreadful match up.’

‘Lardy cake – vs Jaffa cake.’

‘I live just outside Newcastle.

In laws family are all Newcastle fans, it’s pretty much become my second team.

From speaking to them, they are expecting a loss. We are expecting a loss. We are combined in our hatred for Allardyce.

1:1 scrappy draw. Lots of booing from all sides at Allardyce.’

‘Geordies, proper meffs.’ [Googled it and ‘Meffs’ is Scouse slang for a ‘tramp, unkempt smelly person’]

‘Fat Sam has been talking Newcastle up so we will probably be going for a point.’

‘F… the scoreline, lets just make sure that it is that reprobate’s last game in charge of our beloved blues. Cannot take any more of his scumbaggery. Needs booing out of the ground.’

‘Can’t be arsed 2-1 Scruffy meffs

At least we can all have a nice weekend beforehand.’

‘Hate the fat Spanish waiter, and totally despise Geordies so we had better win this.’

‘Newcastle are on a high and they’re going to leap frog us it seems.

Simply cannot lose this or the ‘massive club’ ‘gonna be in the champyans leeeeeague’ will be declared by my in-laws.

Colleague at work is a ST holder at St James’ and has been going to their aways and the fans are cheering every throw in loving life and compare that to our utter misery with Sam parking the bus.

This one is a must win for me, due to my geographical location.’

‘Not much of this season to endure now blues, and hopefully our penultimate home game of the season is a good one.

It always feels like we do well against these, and it’s always nice to get one over on the fat Spanish waiter.’

‘I see a loss. Benitez has done an excellent job and the players play for him and the shirt.’

‘..the best thing about this game is it’ll be one match closer to the end of the season.’

‘Difficult game, Newcastle are on the way up and celebrating every point, confidence is high, Everton on the other hand can’t be bothered.’

‘Big Sam will set up to park the bus and then swap out an attacker for another defender (whether we are winning, losing or drawing) asap..’

‘It has a draw written all over it this but not the sort of draw that Allardyce wants and plays for. A draw as in both sets of fans will be showing Allardyce just how much they love him and enjoy watching his terrific football and attitude.

First match i have looked forward to since last November.’

‘It would be good to see Goodison at it’s most hostile.

Provide massive, loud support for the team but every time BFS steps out the dugout let the venom from all 4 sides of the ground be heard. Leave it in no doubt we all hate him and want him out.’

‘Please win Everton, please.’

‘Somehow I actually think Newcastle are a better team at this moment with less toxicity around their club. 2-1 piano keys.’

‘Has the potential to be the worst game of football ever played this. A real possibility for sure.’

‘Everton play like eleven blokes with rigor mortis, so there’s some stiff competition for the ‘worst game ever played’ award.’

‘Pretty sure we were saying something similar last week pre-Swansea, and that was dire. I’m sure there is still depths that could yet be plumbed.’

‘3 shots.

0 on target.


‘I can genuinely say i don’t care right now. Even at our worst under Martinez I still watched but not right now. You just know the lack of effort and anyone being arsed will produce a crap result.

Until allardyce has left I probably won’t be much interested for the foreseeable future .’

‘No interest not even sure I’ll even go.

Lack of interest is at an all time low.’

‘Sam going for 0-0 and he would be over the moon.’

‘Best thing that can happen is for us to go 0-1 down then the Allardyce out shouts will start.’

‘The number of people wanting us to lose to get rid of Allerdyce is shocking.

Ever hear the expression “cutting off your nose to spite your face”?

There’s 4 games to go until the end of the season. The club isn’t going to throw money away to satisfy the “don’t like Sam brigade”, they are going to do what they decide is best.

Now whether that is good or bad who knows, but this continual whingeing is getting boring.’

‘Can’t let this lot finish above us… Can you imagine?

The only bonus of their strong finish and new confidence is the hilarity when they inevitably bomb down to the championship again.’

  • Paul Patterson

    Whatever happened to mutual respect for clubs and it’s fans?

    • MichaelMaximusMoose

      Gone, just like that

    • gallowgate26

      Even though we have banter with the mackems I think it’s usually in good taste. Not like with Everton, who really do just have no respect for us whatsoever, I’d love it if we turned them over on Monday, Slimani and Perez to score, howay lads. They are so ‘entitled’ for some reason, I dunno why as they never really win anything.

  • Toon

    You’re an idiot Porter, sad and pointless as ever

    • PhilK

      You sound like a Guardian writer.
      “Its not THEIR fault they are ranting brainwashed bullshit, it’s YOUR fault you’ve taken their abuse in the manner it was meant – and not believed our censored version !”

  • MichaelMaximusMoose

    Some real simpletons there then, they must be in the stone age because as far as tramps are concerned they are well off the mark
    Newcastle men only come 3rd behind London & Manchester for the amount spent on clothes in a year & we don`t need to steal car wheels to buy them.

    • Guest 2

      This lot ‘cat-walked’ the shell suit!

      • MichaelMaximusMoose

        Very true

  • Guest 2

    Clearly the supporters have as much class as Rooney…

    • MichaelMaximusMoose

      Would that be bondage lessons from Granny ?

      • Peaky


    • Jezza

      It’s probably the inferioty complex that comes from living so long in the shadow of their more illustrious neighbours. Full credit to them for supporting their team but they need to show a bit more class.

  • Mayor Vaughn


  • shellington

    They’re like blue mackems, not sure why the unwarranted hatred for all things Newcastle, I suspect this lot haven’t ventured further form Toxteth than Rhyl sun centre.

  • Fireman Sam

    I put Everton supporters into a similar category to Arsenal and Man city supporters. And I couldn’t care less what they think!

  • Kev-82

    They hate Benitez so much yet I remember a lot of their fans hoping he’d come in when Allardyce did.

  • Leicester Mag

    Laugh a minute these second class Scousers

  • PhilK

    You know the worst pair fans for baffling brainless attacks on gerodies are the most ludicrously “deluded” of all Everton and Aston Villa
    Both ARE what the accuse Newcastle fans of – and far FAR worse.
    Everton fans STILL think of themselves as members of the “Big Six”
    When they are just a mid table team at best, no better than Watford or Burnley
    But THEY think they are massively respected, not the one of the also rans
    Talk about f******* “deluded”…..

  • Rich Lawson

    Slightly shocked that they live up to the stereotype so easily.I really think we will play them off the park on Monday,2 or 3 nil to the unwashed Geordie boys !

    • nufcslf

      I see very much the same thing. Far easier test than the last two wins especially. Looking forward to it.

  • Vincent Gigante


  • Leicester Mag

    This look still sore after lashing an effing fortune up the wall on some utter sheet at the start of the season

  • Peaky


  • Ram Kishore

    The number of people wanting us to lose to get rid of Allerdyce is shocking.

    Ever hear the expression “cutting off your nose to spite your face”?

    There’s 4 games to go until the end of the season. The club isn’t going to throw money away to satisfy the “don’t like Sam brigade”, they are going to do what they decide is best.

    Now whether that is good or bad who knows, but this continual whingeing is getting boring.’
    This guy was the only sensible guy of those lot

  • gallowgate26

    We played better than them last time and they scored with their only
    chance of the game after Darlow fumbled it. We always tend to struggle
    against them for some reason. I’d love a 0-1, like the time Ben Arfa scored at Goodison, Shelvey scoring a screamer would be class. Then the boo boys starting at Allardyce.

  • Leazes.

    We are combined in our hatred for Allardyce so we have much in common….except for one poster who used to call himself ‘Big Sams Black and White Army’… that person now calls himself Clarko! Did you ever wonder where he went…. yes the in house troll…. at least he had a purpose and was insincere about it.

    Allardyce is an absolute joke!

  • jack

    Yeah Shell suit city

    • Leazes.

      That’ll make Ashley a happy man.

  • TheNutJob

    wait till we pagger them on Monday night. the call will go out, sack Hippo Heed.
    he won`t survive if the piano keys do the biz & get all 3 points

  • glassjawsh-got-banned

    “Lack of interest is at an all time low”

    Apparently double negatives don’t register with people from Liverpool.

  • Scott Robinson

    Everton fans are like Citeh (pre their success) as they just don’t like NUFC hogging the air waves with our ‘wonderful fans’ which began with Keegan’s debut and later when we were never off the airwaves when he was manager. They realise that NUFC are simply bigger potentially than them, but hardly far behind them in the last 20 years. Look at videos of 7 to 8k there for a league match in the 80’s and compare the scousers no shows up here, both Liverpool and Everton, when they were successful!

    They even went on websites and claimed we didn’t sell all our tickets for an FA Cup final and a semi! Only the mackems rank below them for disinformation.

    Plus Evertonians saying we are tramps is hilarious from a people who wore tashes when they were unfashionable (80’s and 90’s not the hairy 70’s) and curly perms 10 years after Keegan left Liverpool. Is there a bigger sight than a scouser in an ‘arrow’ shell suit with a curly perm and tash with their ‘trackie’ (tacky) bottoms tucked into their white arrow socks, and those Le Coq Sportif trainers. Only in Pennywell or Fraserburgh.

  • Leicester Mag

    One Darren Bent there’s only one Darren Bent 🤣🤣🤣

    • Leicester Mag

      2-1 Burton !!!!!

      • TheNutJob

        I thought the Mackem`s were winning 1-0

        • Leicester Mag

          Just had a goal disallowed 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

          • TheNutJob


      • TheFatController

        You cannot write comedy like that….but you just did!

  • ToonTom

    And Sunderland are relegated!

    • TheNutJob

      Sack the board,

      • Leazes.

        Why they’ve done splendidly.

  • ToonTom

    Didn’t see that one coming – forgot about Burton playing Bolton so 41 points are guaranteed by one of those two.

    • TheFatController

      Do you think they’d allow us tickets to that one….even though no one wants to see that one either !

  • ToonTom

    You know, if they hadn’t gloated when we went down in 2016 with the banners and what have you, I suspect this day would not be quite as sweet …

    • Jezza

      They did set themselves up for an almighty fall two years ago it has to be said.

  • TheFatController

    Love bbc saying they’re not down, unaware that Bolton at Burton next week means they mathematically are down…

    • Leazes.

      Fake news is easy to spot.

      • TheFatController

        No one spotted that lifelong Mag Ellis Short though, in fairness …

    • Jezza

      Typical BBC incompetence. They get everything wrong. That’s what we’re being forced to pay our exhorbitant licence fees for.

  • glassjawsh-got-banned

    Sunderland down, Boro up? we might get something resembling a derby yet next season.

  • TheFatController

    Can I just say, I am not one of those always slating the mackems’ plight. I give credit to them when it’s due.

    They said Bye Bye Mags two years’ ago, and they were spot on. Credit deserved on that one I think we can all agree.

    They told us to enjoy Burton. Well, even I marvel at that level of mystic crystal ball gazing, because two years later here we all are, enjoying Burton…

    • TheNutJob

      nice one Fatty

      • TheFatController

        Thanks nutty

    • nufcslf

      My thoughts exactly. The mackem plight would be more fun if we were kicking seven bells out of each other in the top half or even better the top 5 of the prem. But on the other hand not knowing when to shut your gob maybe league 1 will do them the world of good.

    • Leicester Mag

      You could say they’ve gone for a Burton😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣

      • TheFatController

        Going up, going down. The jokes are going up as the Mackems gaan doon

  • thewildchimp

    Well, Rafa did achieve massive success with Liverpool and turned down the offer from the Blue Scousers and instead ventured into the Championship adventure with us, so the comments are kinda expected…

  • Paul Smith

    Sunderland officially relegated now… Bolton and Burton still have to play each other. If It’s a draw Bolton are on 41 points leaving Sunderland 7 points behind with 2 games left. If Burton win Burton are on 41 points leaving Sunderland 7 points behind with 2 games remaining. They can’t both lose when they are playing each other :p Lets all laugh at Sunderland.

  • kingfisher

    I shall allow myself a small sherry tonight in homage to the football Gods.Newcastle are safe and the great unwashed get out of the Championship at the first attempt.
    Sunderland really are the club that just keep on giving 😂😀😁🍷

  • Ba ba.

    Bitter blues

  • Ba ba.

    Two in a rew marra….. 😂 😂 😂

  • Geordiegiants

    I love the meff bit, coming from them it’s class. Scouse Equivelent to Mackems, inferior in every way and more obsessed with others than themselves.

  • East Durham Mag

    Meffs? Has the idiot looked in the mirror?

  • ToonTom

    We really do have so many reasons to be cheerful. After all, surely we will never again hear that ‘Six in a row’ bleating (by the way, I think we’ve still won more than they have – I would need to check that one)? They’ve just handed us the most wonderful statistic to remind them of every time they try: ‘Two in a row’!

  • Weyhhadaway

    The usual arrogant rants of supporters who feel more entitled than us. We hear ya but we would have to respect you for it to matter. Surprised you could tear yourself away from bleating about how lucky Liverpool are long enough to notice us.

    We are going to beat you with a squad of championship players when you spent 180 mil. Ha ha ha. And still ended up with the corrupt windbag Sham. Ha ha ha

  • Whickhamrobbie

    Scouse Mackems , nuff said .

  • Whickhamrobbie

    the Scouse Mackems , nuff said .

  • MadMag83

    They’re like an English version of Swansea.

    • Albert Stubbins

      Both Welsh arnt they?

  • Albert Stubbins

    Shytebags deserve each other!!!

  • Desree

    Everton – The sunderland of Merseyside

  • ghostrider

    Like all teams. When you’re used to better football and better finishes to seasons then it’s hard to accept the fall and the attempted rise by a manager that’s not known for flair football but is known for steadying a ship.

    Everton fans should be seething at the owners before anyone else, because I believe the owners undermined Koeman with transfers, as well as players creating discontent.

    It needed a strong manager to arrest that mish mash of a set up to actually organise it… and if anything I’d say Allardyce should be thanked rather than anything else.
    I well understand the fans’ irritation because they want to be entertained, like all fans do….but as of now… seriously… Allardyce should be given some almighty slack.

    Next season is the time to moan if your football is below minimally expected entertainment standard. This season should be a sigh of relief.

  • Andynufc

    ive got nothing against Everton fans simply because I don’t think they’re relevant to us in any way shape or form so their comments on us mean nothing

  • Inphillymag

    I’ve never felt the need to post but why does it seem almost every other clubs supporters seem to detest us or is it just me