Watch: Yerry Mina takes to streets to talk to enraged Everton fans
The remarkable fallout unfolding at Premier League outfit Everton has continued to turn heads late on Saturday evening.
The tense situation at Goodison Park, of course, took another turn for the worse earlier today.
This came upon the Toffees, after welcoming Southampton to Merseyside for a crunch clash amid the battle against relegation, surrendering a first-half advantage en route to an eventual 2-1 defeat.
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With tensions already at a near all-time high, and Everton now joint-bottom of the table in England’s top-flight, it should in turn come as little surprise to hear of the Blues faithful on Saturday night making their feelings with the club’s board crystal clear.
On the back of the full-time whistle sounding at Goodison, a large contingent of supporters refused to vacate their seats, instead staying put to direct a series of furious chants at those in a position of power at the club:
And such footage has since been followed in turn by yet another remarkable clip making its way onto social media a short time ago.
As showcased below, after coming across a crowd of enraged fans on the streets outside Goodison tonight, Everton defender Yerry Mina emerged from his car, to afford the individuals in question a chance to be heard:
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