Published: Wed, December 20, 2017
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Everton will keep feet on ground: Sam

Everton will keep feet on ground: Sam

We're not getting too carried away. At Everton, he has immediately found a way to include Rooney and Sigurdsson together, the players in his squad most likely to perform the spectacular, and tonight changed the flow of the game by bringing on Tom Davies for Morgan Schneiderlin.

"I was really disappointed with the first-half".

By contrast Everton manager Sam Allardyce is only looking up after an upturn in results since his appointment late last month.

The latest win lifts Everton up to ninth - an fantastic turnaround since the dark days of Ronald Koeman's reign.

He added: 'I think the business is, including all our youngsters, we have around 30 pros so we've got a lot of young pros under 23 who have come from clubs overseas who are finding their way in the Premier League and are frustrated that they are not playing as much as they should.

Unsworth's second and final win, a 4-0 success against West Ham United, came with Allardyce already watching from the stands and, while he was not on the bench for that game, he is making sure that victory counts on his record.

Allardyce called for calm after Everton's revival continued.

"To collect 13 out of 15 points is outstanding considering the position where we have come from", said Allardyce. "To come from 1-0 down to win shows a lot of character which maybe was missing before I got here but the character was there today when we needed it".

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Everton got on level terms just before halftime when Wayne Rooney's penalty kick was pushed against the post by Fabianski but Dominic Calvert-Lewin was on hand to drive in the rebound.

Fabianski at least kept the score down by denying Calvert-Lewin his second with five minutes to go, but another defeat leaves Swansea four points from safety and in the doldrums, while Everton climbed a place to ninth.

"I'm a confident person and believe in myself", Rooney told Sky Sports. - Rooney has failed to score with 10 of his 33 Premier League penalty kicks overall, with only Alan Shearer failing to convert more (11 of 67).

"I was frustrated missing that first one but the second one I put my foot right through it and it's gone in". I feel good and fit.

Sam Allardyce knows what he's doing Sam Allardyce hasn't always played the most aesthetic football, but also bought - for example - Youri Djorkaeff and Jay-Jay Okocha.

The Ivory Coast global came off less than four minutes into the game to leave his manager frustrated.

"It is a great three points considering how poorly we played in the first half". You can't give players like him and Rooney space and time to lift their head and shoot from the kind of range.

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