Premier League | Everton today The outlook is very complicated
Everton players, during a game.
EThe panorama of the Everton to qualify for the Champions League or the Europa League of the 2021-22 season is really complicated. The points counts needed to reach the goal they put Liverpool blue in a very dire situation.
The Toffees have suffered many ups and downs throughout the campaign and have committed a series of mistakes that today are leaving him without an international award, goal that was proposed at the beginning. Sure, there are other shortcomings, but Everton has been exposed in five situations.
The preseason was very exciting. The three names that resonated the most with his arrival were those of James Rodrguez, Allan y Doucour. That midfield promises more than it has been, due to the injuries that plagued the signings so far.
It is clear that the strategy did not work in the market and that it was necessary to strengthen the team better to be more competitive. It must be remembered that the start in the Premier League and the Carabao Cup was spectacular. The Everton spent seven days fighting at the top of the first division.
This is out of sheer regret. They decided not to have a young striker, but with a lot of quality, like Moise Kean. The French se was transferred almost immediately to Pars Saint-Germain. He only played four games in the Everton campaign (two in the Premier and two in the Carabao Cup) and managed to score two goals: against Fleetwood Town and Salford
Everton have seen the attack melt for match finishes and have very little on the bench to turn to, as Cenk Tosun also went on loan to Besiktas. Moise Kean would have been important in this team.
BRAND Claro revel exclusively at the time that James Rodriguez’s first prolonged absence was due to a blow to the testicles in the game against Liverpool in the first round.
However, he was not absent immediately, but after falling in the next game against Southampton. It seems that they tried to rush the Colombian in his first recovery and that took its toll. The games against Manchester United and Newcastle were lost with very poor offensive production.
In an impulse of excessive sincerity or sheer resignation, Carlo Ancelotti resigned from the Premier League in January. Yes, he gave up the fight in the middle of the season when Everton had been the protagonists at the start and showed that he had arguments to beat the big boys.
Honestly, we don’t have a title race in mind. We have in mind to fight for the European positions. It is up to us to stay in a good position. Talking about the title race is too much for us really. “
Ancelotti, January 22, 2021
The coach quickly gave up his chances and went on to the secondary objective of qualifying for international tournaments. Inevitably, that message had to have permeated team morale. Well they say that the one who comes out to tie, goes out to lose …
The way they missed two points against Crystal Palace was truly unbelievable. A match that seemed controlled ended with 1-1 on the scoreboard. Inevitably, the eyes went against Ancelotti for having replaced James by Jean Philippe Gbamin, who had not acted since 2019. the same James has said that the way that pair of units were lost was absurd.
The technical director defended himself by saying that James, who had scored the partial winning goal, was exhausted as a product of the effort made on his return after more than a month without competition:
I think he made a fantastic effort. He didn’t play for a long time, he helped the team a lot, he scored a goal, he had a fantastic game. In the end it didn’t have much power, so to avoid a problem I took it out. “
Criticism in England towards Carletto they have been stabbing. They accuse the Italian of having given the tie with a meaningless decision. This has then been the most recent error you have when Everton with the water around their neck in their chances of qualifying and praying that the champions of this year in the Champions League and the Europa League are English so that more places are opened.
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