Sorry mate - always been a fan of Moyesy until today BUT now - for me - the sooner he is gone - the better
I think yesterday was a watershed, not just for the Football Club as a whole, but also for those supporters and fans who are divided as either 'for' or 'against' Moyes.
I honestly believe that the anti Moyes feeling is now going to increase dramatically as he has proved beyond doubt now that under his management the Club will never win anything, which has been my own thoughts for years.
To think back at how e.g. Billy Bingham, Gordon Lee, and most of all, Colin Harvey were seen by all as failures whilst this man gets 10 years, and counting, to just 'steady the ship' is beyond believe.
As horrible as it was yesterday, I'm so glad I managed to swap my two tickets(had RS tickets but swapped outside for 2 Blue tickets), sat in that end with all the cockneys and Norwegians would have been painful
The overall thing for me(that cheered me up a bit), after the huge dissapointment was that we are EVERTON and we, as a set of fans are ****in ACE!
Most of us left bang on the fulltime whistle, some before and it was deadly silent leaving....leaving behind the cheers and buzz of those horrible, horrible RS ****s. Everyone making their own way to wherever....coaches, tube stations, cars but a lot heading to the pubs - this was where it all sank in for me. Where would I rather be after a ****ty day out than in a pub with fellow Blues? Me and my mate stayed drinking round Wembley 'til gone 7 and the pubs were still heaving with Blues, presumably all the Kopites rushing back to Gatwick for flights to Oslo or Dublin or making their train journeys back to Essex
The trains and tubes were still full of Blues at 7.30pm, with hardly a Kopite to be seen