They've had plenty of abuse thrown their way from rival fans as well as their own frustrated followers.
Sky Sports has reported that the 58-year-old will arrive at Goodison Park as the new number two to Sam Allardyce, who is expected to be announced as the new Everton manager on Wednesday night ahead of the Premier League clash against West Ham.
Earlier on in the season they tweeted a congratulations message to Arsenal after a 5-2 victory against the Toffees.
Allardyce has been out of management since his surprise decision to quit Crystal Palace at the end of last season, having succeeded in a six-month mission to keep them in the top-flight.
Ronald Koeman was sacked over a month ago
With Everton being absolutely ugly at football this season under Ronald Koeman they decided that the threat of losing out on all that money was too great so they sacked him and spent a month trying to find the flawless manager. He spent just over three hours there before making the 25-minute drive to Goodison Park, where he arrived with Moshiri.
Talking about the managerial situation at the club, Unsworth said: "As we sit here right now, I believe the board are talking to a few people".
Having spent heavy to bring in reinforcements over the summer, Everton have struggled to click this season; the Toffees now sit 17th in the Premier League, two points above the drop zone, and have already been dumped out of the Europa League, following a disastrous showing in the group stage.
Allardyce, 63, watched from the stands as Wayne Rooney scored a hat-trick in Everton's 4-0 thrashing of West Ham United on Wednesday and takes over with the Merseyside club 13th in the table, five points above the relegation zone.
David Unsworth will return to his role as manager of Everton's U23s and Academy Director of Coaching. Yet Allardyce showed during his ill-fated 67-day spell in charge of England past year that he thinks highly of Rooney.
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