Allardyce Defends Style Of Play As Everton Edges Newcastle

25 April, 2018, 01:10 | Author: Cecil Davis
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THEO WALCOTT gave Everton and manager Sam Allardyce a much-needed lift with a second-half victor against in-form Newcastle at Goodison Park last night.

Theo Walcott netted the lone goal shortly after half-time as the hosts' only shot on target proved enough to end a three-game winless run.

Walcott scored in the 51st minute in the Premier League scuffle Monday at Goodison Park in Liverpool, England.

"What was wrong with our style?" he said to Sky Sports.

"Morgan, if he continues to play like that and show that consistent level of form that he's shown in the past, particularly at Southampton, we will all get better as a team with him". We were patient and got the victor.

Allardyce continued: "You can knock some of our passing that goes astray but, in all fairness, you can't really blame me for that, can you?"

He wasn't happy about the survey, which asked fans to rate his ability as manager.

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"To come here and expect we have to better than them because we were doing well is not easy".

"I think sooner or later he has to find himself from where he used to be".

Newcastle, meanwhile, were left with a first defeat in five league fixtures as they missed a chance to move level on points with ninth-place Leicester City.

Theo Walcott netted the only goal six minutes after the interval with one of few moments of quality in what was a disappointing 100th match in charge of the Magpies for Rafael Benitez.

"We've had a couple of games where we've been good together and a couple where we've been a little more quiet and that's going to be the case because we haven't played together that much, but we're getting there".

"We are thrilled to have had the chance to do this for Jack and we hope it has provided him with a memory he will always treasure", said Scott McLeod, Head of Engagement at Everton Football Club.

The price-tag was thought to have been lowered because of Newcastle's lowly position in the Premier League when relegation was a possibility. What you have to do is make the fans want to cheer you, want to be pleased with your performances.