A plane brandishing a banner criticising the Everton board was flown over Goodison Park during their clash with Arsenal.
It read: 'Leagues worst run club fans @#Time2GoBill', making reference to the club's long-standing chairman Bill Kenwright. The airborne protest follows a string of campaigns led by Evertonians and there was a demonstration march to stadium prior to their clash with the Gunners.
A 'sit-in' protest is scheduled to follow the conclusion of the early kick-off against Mikel Arteta's side. Going into the encounter with the Premier League leaders, Everton sat 19th.
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Their precarious position of 15 points from 20 games is their lowest tally at this stage of a Premier League season. Sean Dyche took over from Frank Lampard on the eve of the January transfer window following the former Chelsea manager's sacking.
It isn't the first time that a plane has flown over Goodison Park in recent seasons after a banner was seen above the stadium last season before the clash with Aston Villa.
'22 YEARS OF FAILURE BILL @ TIME2GOBILL' was spotted flying over L4 just before kick off on that occasion. The campaign comes as frustration builds from Evertonians over how their club is being run.
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