Guy Mowbray tears Allan apart to dive at Everton
Guy Mowbray tore up Everton Allan’s henchman for diving and receiving a yellow card in a botched outing from the former Napoli hobbyhorse.
Allan found himself in an unknown partnership with club talent Tom Davies following a metatarsal injury from his usual box-to-box partner in Abdoulaye Doucoure.
His midfielder counterpart opened the scoring early to give Everton the lead after just four minutes, but a calamitous collapse in the later stages of the game saw the Toffees surrender in a 5-2 loss to the new team. by Claudio Ranieiri in Watford.
However, in specialist Mowbray’s opinion, the result alone was not the only calamity on the pitch at Goodison Park, as he singled out the Brazil international for his poor performance.
Another BBC expert, Chris Sutton, was asking for nominations as to who could win his “pretend game” live on BBC 505, and Mowbray duly responded by naming Everton’s senior executor.
Write to your personal account Twitter Account, Mowbray singled out the Brazilian for his antics at Goodison Park during the loss.
“Allan was there for Everton yesterday, unfortunately,” he said. âRightly reserved. “
Read Everton’s verdict
As much as the team as a whole is rightly to blame for such a poor late performance against the Hornets, it was as much an individual failure as anything else.
As Goodison News notes, Allan appeared to be a lost and absent figure for much of the game and may be a sign of his reliance on a good relationship with his more advanced counterpart in Everton’s two-way pivot. .
Most of Watford’s late goals came from counterattacks that Allan looked cranky and powerless to stop in the face of high pressing and runs from the Watford players.
We will expect more from him in the future.