Everton: TalkSPORT man rips into Toffees’ attacking woes

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Tony Cascarino has slammed Everton for having only scored 11 goals in the Premier League this season live on TalkSPORT.

The Toffees have had a torrid time of things since the start of last season which saw them require a penultimate-day victory to confirm their top-flight status and as things stand, that may well be needed once again as they sit one point above the bottom three.

Something which certainly isn’t helping Everton in their battle against the drop is how poor they are in the final third with the Toffees having scored 11 goals in the league which is the joint second fewest.

Cascarino can’t believe a club of Everton’s pedigree and history have only been able to find the back of the net 11 times thus far.

(1:15) “I was looking at the bottom five teams and this is quite respectable really, but the bottom five teams have got the worst goals for column and that’s a telling factor.

“How can Everton as a football club have 11 goals through 15 games, that is such a bad return, all of them have got less than a goal a game.”

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Everton have been shocking in front of goal this season with their top scorer being Anthony Gordon with three goals and the Toffees have even failed to score in seven of their 15 league games this season which should have alarm bells ringing.

Despite their clear struggles when it comes to putting the ball into the back of the net, Everton decided to mutually terminate Salomon Rondon’s contract at Goodison Park, which shows just how poor he must’ve been in training and within the club.

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If Everton are wanting to kick on under Frank Lampard and move away from the threat of relegation, they will surely need to invest in a new striker next month to help get them the goals they need, especially given how injury-prone Dominic Calvert-Lewin has become in recent times.

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