Football NewsAnthony Gordon says Everton are too good to be relegated
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Anthony Gordon is convinced they can beat the fall.


What did Anthony Gordon say?

The English footballer proved to be the hero of relegation-chased Everton in their crystal clash with Man Utd, and Goodison Park’s homegrown star is adamant the toffees remain too good to go down. Lampard’s side remains just above the drop zone, but a weekend of positive results for them means a four-point gap has been opened up. Anthony helped make this possible with the selection of the first half winner against Man Utd, and the England U21s remain confident that the club, which has never made it out of the PL, can retain its top flight status.

Anthony told reporters it was never his thoughts they could go down, but as they got some bad results it became a reality. Gordon thinks they should have finally accepted that this is their reality now until they change it. It was definitely a thought, but they are too good. This won’t happen. According to Anthony Gordon, he is a winner. Gordon is not going to accept that they could be relegated because of the size of the club and just him as an individual. It won’t happen. Gordon heard people say they didn’t care. Gordon will never understand this.

According to Anthony, as footballers they do it every day, they give it their lives and do a lot of things that people don’t see. Anthony understands if people think they are having bad days and they can be out of it, but not caring? Anthony Gordon doesn’t understand.


A little about the topic

Everton have eight matches left to work through and head for safety. There are some issues to test, including the date of the derby with the Reds on April 24, the home game against the Blues a week after that, and the final day of showdown with the top four prospects for the Gunners. They also have two meetings with Leicester, a trip to Watford and clashes with Brentford and Crystal Palace at Goodison Park.