Morgan Schneiderlin didn't receive a very warm welcome when he entered the pitch.
The Republic of Ireland worldwide was making just his second appearance in nine months against Crystal Palace on Saturday, but did not return after half-time.
The Daily Mail says that Toffees majority shareholder, Farhad Moshiri, has been left frustrated with the club's recent results, having lost five of their last seven games following a seven-match unbeaten run after Allardyce's appointment.
"Lots of players haven't played up to their potential that we know they've got this season but we're starting to get better at home".
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"Goodison Park has always been a strong place to play, the supporters get behind you".
"Away from home, we need to be tougher mentally and be able to sit in and dig it out and frustrate a bit more". It is something we have to try and turn around.
The defeat means Palace are now winless in their last four league games (two defeats, two draws).Iceland star Gylfi Sigurdsson, who will face the Super Eagles at the Russian Federation 2018 World Cup, had an impressive performance for Everton as he scored his side's first goal and provided the assist for the third goal.
"Now we can relax and enjoy the result". Even when they scored their penalty, we were not under too much pressure. We are almost safe and can get the planning done for next season, we can start penciling some things in.
"We have to look at our home record and that is where the mainstay of our season lies", Everton manager Sam Allardyce told the BBC. That being said, we will have to be at our best game to beat Crystal Palace.