Everton proprietor Farhad Moshiri insisted on Wednesday he stays supportive of under-fire supervisor Frank Lampard amid mounting requires change within the dugout and the boardroom on the struggling Premier League membership.
An Everton supporters’ group wrote to Moshiri on Friday asking him to handle their issues in regards to the membership after the workforce’s droop into the relegation zone.
Lampard’s aspect is going through a second successive combat to keep away from dropping into the Championship after narrowly surviving final time period.
Everton is with out a win in its final eight video games in all competitions and bowed out of the FA Cup within the third spherical after a 3-1 defeat at Manchester United final Friday.
Annoyed with the route of the membership beneath Moshiri and Lampard, Everton supporters are planning a sit-in protest for after Saturday’s essential league match towards fellow strugglers Southampton at Goodison Park.
Moshiri moved to reply a few of the scathing criticism when he backed Lampard in response to the Toffees’ Followers’ Discussion board letter.
“I have faith in the work being done not only by our manager, but our director of football (Kevin Thelwell) and our board of directors,” he wrote.
“I am confident that we have skilled, experienced and focused professionals at all levels of the club.
“We are all agreed that our current league position must and will improve. The focus of myself, the club and the fans is aligned — a better Everton — and I am confident we can move forward in a constructive and positive manner.”
Nevertheless, Moshiri’s letter could do little to ease tensions amongst followers, with the Followers’ Discussion board responding: “Our current situation is unacceptable. It’s time for a better Everton.”