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'Whatever I did at Everton, it would never be enough' - Ex-Toffee makes big claim about fans

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Morgan Schneiderlin has slammed Everton fans in an exclusive interview with The Athletic by claiming that whatever he did there, “it would never be enough”.

Indeed, considering the rather large sum of money that was spent on Schneiderlin by the Toffees, the defensive midfielder never really delivered for them on the pitch.



In the 2017/18 term, when  Schneiderlin played his highest amount of games for the Blues, they finished eighth in the Premier League with a -14 goal difference, suggesting that he did not greatly help in keeping goals out.



“I felt that whatever I did at Everton, it would never be enough.” Indeed, Schneiderlin arrived at Everton with expectation having joined for a quite substantial £20.7m transfer fee from Manchester United back in January 2017.

The France international did not see himself as a fan favourite with the Goodison Park faithful and had this to say on his career at the Merseyside club: “The love had gone from the fans and also from the media.

Should Everton have kept Schneiderlin as a squad player?

Last season, Schneiderlin was limited to just 18 matches in all competitions and he only completed the full 90 minutes on six occasions, as per Transfermarkt.
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