Everton vs Arsenal: Why fans have left seats to protest during Premier League match

Several high-profile Everton fan groups have collectively called on fans who will attend Monday night’s match against Arsenal to come out during the match.

The proposed exit process is set to begin in the 27th minute to highlight the 27 years since Everton last won the trophy – the FA Cup in 1995.

Everton fans are growing increasingly frustrated with owner Farhad Moshiri and his lack of communication with fans during a string of difficult performances in recent seasons.

Everton fan groups simultaneously posted: “27 minutes for 27 years.

“27 years without a trophy is not acceptable. Show your feet in 27 minutes during the game against Arsenal on Monday night and get out of Goodison Park.

“Let’s show that the incompetence from the top at Everton Football Club cannot continue.”

Everton are 14th in the Premier League, five points from the relegation zone. They were knocked out of the Carabao Cup in the second round by Queens Park Rangers in September.

Meanwhile, Marcel Brands left his role as director of football on Sunday, with the Premier League club committing to a strategic review.

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