Everton Women’s commercial director Sarvar Ismailov denounces ‘unacceptable’ performance against Chelsea
Everton Women’s commercial director Sarvar Ismailov denounces ‘unacceptable’ performance against Chelsea in deleted tweet after Toffees suffered 4-0 consecutive defeat
- Everton Women commercial director called performance ‘unacceptable’
- Savar Ismailov criticized the team’s 4-0 defeat against Chelsea on Twitter
- The 26-year-old has since deleted the tweet sent during the match
- The Toffees have suffered back-to-back 4-0 defeats in their first two games
Everton Women’s commercial director Sarvar Ismailov called the team’s performance against Chelsea ‘unacceptable’ after Willie Kirk’s side were beaten 4-0.
The Toffees suffered a similar defeat to Manchester City last weekend and now have a goal difference of minus eight after two games.
Ismailov is clearly unimpressed with what he has seen over the past two matches and took to Twitter to express his feelings.
Everton Women’s commercial director Sarvar Ismailov called the team’s performance against Chelsea ‘unacceptable’ in a deleted tweet
The Toffees were beaten 4-0 by Chelsea for a week after suffering a similar defeat to Manchester City
In a now-deleted post, he simply wrote, “Unacceptable.”
The 26-year-old is the cousin of Alisher Usmanov, the business partner and close friend of Everton owner Farhad Moshiri. He was also appointed to the club’s board in July.
Everton have invested heavily in their team over the summer with the club making a total of nine new signings.
Willie Kirk’s side brought in nine new players during the summer transfer window
One of them was Swedish international Hanna Bennison, who competed for a club record.
Everton got behind when Fran Kirby struck in the 25th minute to put the hosts ahead.
Shortly after time it was 2-0 after a defensive mix up. Megan Finnigan made a back pass to goalkeeper Sandy MacIver and Sam Kerr jumped the ball and ended up in an empty net.
Kerr got her second in the 74th minute when she headed in from a Kirby cross before England made it 4-0 with a close-range finish after Erin Cuthbert’s shot came back from the crossbar.