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“They asked for the fans’ opinion on the new stadium and how they want it built which I think is great but in terms of asking about a manager, I think that is very disrespectful. “There is an element of Everton fans who are prepared to let him have a longer stint at it because he has only had one (transfer) window and I think he has only brought in two players from that.

“There is no denying it, there is an element of Everton fans, and it is growing, that would not like to see Sam there next year. Concerns about Everton’s proximity to the bottom three was one of the factors which led to his appointment and he has brought stability with 27 points from 20 matches lifting them to ninth, 14 points above 18th-placed Southampton. He has come in and did the job that he was expected to do,” Stubbs added.

“There is no denying it, there is an element of Everton fans, and it is growing, that would not like to see Sam there next year. “I would be surprised if Sam hasn’t spoken to someone at senior level about it and put forward his disappointment and dissatisfaction about the survey.” Allardyce took over with the club in 13th place, five points above the relegation zone after caretaker manager David Unsworth signed off with a win over West Ham.

“I really feel sorry for Sam and his staff that they are having to deal with this in the public. Concerns about Everton’s proximity to the bottom three was one of the factors which led to his appointment and he has brought stability with 27 points from 20 matches lifting them to ninth, 14 points above 18th-placed Southampton. He has come in and did the job that he was expected to do,” Stubbs added.

Hearts manager Craig Levein admits he must now find two new goalkeepers after selling No.2 Jack Hamilton to Dundee.

With first-choice Jon Mc Laughlin out of contract and expected to leave Tynecastle Park, Levein is seeking an experienced No.1 and a capable understudy.

“I really feel sorry for Sam and his staff that they are having to deal with this in the public. “There is an element of Everton fans who are prepared to let him have a longer stint at it because he has only had one (transfer) window and I think he has only brought in two players from that.

“They asked for the fans’ opinion on the new stadium and how they want it built which I think is great but in terms of asking about a manager, I think that is very disrespectful.

The Hearts owner is comfortable with the situation having agreed with manager Craig Levein that players continue using the Wheatfield Stand dressing rooms and tunnel next season.She then posted an Instagram picture of aged copies of three books, including Desperate Voyage, The Lonely Sea And The Sky and The Adventures Of Ulysses, captioning it: 'just you and I, alone, the sea and sky'.