Boo boys.................who needs 'em? Well, one thing's for sure, we don't want or need them at Goodison Park.
It was noticeable when Bily was substituted during the Wigan match on Saturday, that there were some boos and catcalls from sections of the crowd. Is this really necessary? I know, throughout the years, that there always seems to be a scapegoat, set up to take the wrath of certain so-called "supporters." Bily is quite obviously the current favourite target of these pea-brains.
When he was subbed, and Royston took to the field, he was hardly the worst player on the side. There were at least three others who could've gone off before him. Neither is he in the realms of worst players seen at the club. So why boo the guy? In fact, why boo any Everton player? What good does it do anybody? I may be naive, but I always thought that the idea of supporting a Club was to actually support the team, through all times good, bad and indifferent?!
I can only assume that the nitwits who indulge in such behaviour are sad specimens who are so downtrodden, in many different ways, that they need to vent their spleen at the match. So, if they really must carry on that way, why don't they simply cross the Park and join the clown-suited, camera wielding tourists at Analfield and undermine the spirit of the red-shirted players? They are neither clever, nor required at Goodison Park!!