Burnley midfielder Joey Barton has propelled a blistering assault on Everton supervisor David Unsworth in the wake of Sunday’s annihilation to Leicester.
Objectives from Jamie Vardy and Demarai Gray dispatched the Toffees to a 2-0 crush at the King Power Stadium.
The outcome leaves Everton in the transfer zone after 10 amusements having been required to influence a genuine test to the main four this to term.
What’s more, Barton trusts Unsworth is essentially not up to the assignment.
‘He’s a celebrated PE instructor who shouldn’t be responsible for a men’s group,’ the 35-year-old told talkSPORT. ‘Take a gander at him on the touchline, he’s more similar to a steward.’
‘I watched him waddling on to the mentor. How might you motivate players to strive physically when you’re rusty?’
‘I used to watch him as an Evertonian and he was the most stationary left back I’ve at any point seen. He’s not a director and doesn’t appear as though one.
‘Unsworth influences Alan Brazil to resemble a competitor. I used to call him Chipper Unsworth on the grounds that he used to chip it and lose it without fail.
‘I’m a firm devotee that groups mirror their chief and Everton did today. They were messy.
‘Everton need to sort their administrative circumstance out in light of the fact that it can’t be Unsworth.’
Unsworth rejected Barton’s remarks quickly a short time later.
‘I’ve not seen that. It’s not an issue what Joey Barton says, I couldn’t mind less,’ he said.