Everton’s Tim Cahill calls for club to unite

Everton’s attack- leading forward, Tim Cahill, has called for a united front at the club in a statement proclaiming his and the dressing rooms’ support for Chairman Bill Kenwright after a protest march was held before the 2-2 draw with Aston Villa by a group of Everton fans calling for Kenwright to step down.

Cahill also attempted to reassure blues fans of a positive attitude in the Everton dressing room, despite criticism of the club’s running from some quarters.

“I think we all just want to prove that we back the Chairman. We really respect the people who have made us who we are today.  We back everyone at this football club, and without them we wouldn’t be here.”

He continued:

“We’re really positive. We back everything that happens and we’re here to make sure that we fight for this club. The boys today showed how much we care for this football club.”

Although Cahill understands the frustrations of some of the club’s supporters, he asked for them to take a more positive approach and unite during these hard times: “We know that they have their own opinions but it would be a lot better if we could just get on with it and work together and support everything that’s going on because this is a club that everyone talks about – the good times and the bad times.

Cahill added that the draw was an encouraging result, if not the win that he and the fans had desired:

“We worked hard, we were positive, the fans were unbelievable and it’s nice to try and prove to them that we’re trying to move forward and we’re trying to do the right things.”

“This isn’t a club that’s in stagnation; this is a club that’s making sure that we do the best for everyone.”

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