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'Shameful!' - Yerry Mina confronted by furious Everton fans on street as KID forced to watch on from car

'Shameful!' - Yerry Mina confronted by furious Everton fans on street as KID forced to watch on from car

"The state of this. Makes me cringe, including [Yerry] Mina." Everton fans on social media were shocked by the actions of their fan base.

Everton defender Yerry Mina was spotted emerging from his car and talking to furious Toffees fans on the street after Southampton’s stunning win.

Frank Lampard is facing mounting pressure as Everton manager amid fears the Premier League club could be relegated at the end of the 2022-23 season.

James Ward-Prowse’s second-half brace, which included a sensational free-kick, sealed a 2-1 win for Southampton at Goodison Park on Saturday.

Following their defeat at home, Everton are 19th in the Premier League table and are level on points with 20th-place Southampton and 18th-place West Ham.

Dissatisfied Everton fans were spotted after the full-time whistle expressing their frustration towards the Toffees hierarchy, with signs and banners displayed in full view.

Footage has now emerged of Mina, who was an unused substitute against Southampton, being confronted by angry Everton supporters on the street.

Fans could be heard venting their frustrations to the calmly, composed 28-year-old Everton defender, who took the time to hear them out on the street.

However, it wasn’t the best look for the Everton fans after they learned that Mina had a kid in the car, with some supporters voicing their desire to let him pass through.


The footage (which can be viewed in the video player above) made the rounds on social media, but fans were hardly impressed with the people confronting Mina.

One fan posted: “Absolutely ridiculously [sic] when someone who is clearly after a reaction and someone always has to stick a camera in their face. Embarrassing.”

“This is what some of our once proud fan base has become,” another fan commented.

Someone else tweeted: “The state of this. Makes me cringe, including Mina.”

A fourth added: “Setting up roadblocks on the exit to harass players... now that’s a new low. Yes, fans deserve an answer, but can you not see it’s the manager’s fault?”

While a fifth Twitter user said: “Had his kids in the car. Shameful.”

Featured Image Credit: The Toffee Blues/Twitter

Topics: Everton, Premier League, England, Football