Meet the Everton Support Group – the Toffees fans channeling their hatred

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It’s not easy being an Everton fan. The constant disappointment, the never-ending rage, the sore throats from all the booing…

Whether it’s employing your most hated manager, signing eight players for the same position or getting relegated just before finally moving into your new stadium, Everton FC never fails to let down and infuriate their long-suffering fanbase.

But there’s hope, of sorts, as Paddy goes behind the scenes of the Everton Support Group to meet some of the members and discover how they go about channeling their fury away from their everyday lives and how they contain it within the hallowed walls of Goodison Park.

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From booing at weddings and booing at late busses, Bluenoses using the group can now harness their emotions to keep the general public safe. There’s innovative measures like a therapeutic darts board, singing sessions and group therapy.

On member said, “YOU’RE A SHOWER OF F**KING, T**TING, W**NKERS. F**K DAVID MOYES THE GINGER HAIRED F**CKING P**CK. FAT B**TARD BENITEZ. F**KING SPANISH WAITER!”

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Now Frank Lampard’s honeymoon period is well and truly over we’re expecting to see a surge of interest in the Everton Support Group and other centers like it.

Simon, who’s hated Everton for 26 years, spoke of the benefits the group has had on his life. He said: “Thanks to this group Everton hardly impacts my life at all.

“Now I’m only hateful and bitter during the games… and on the drive home, obviously. And on Saturday nights during Match Of The Day. And in the transfer window as well. THAT REALLY WINDS ME UP, THAT!”

Take a look at the full video on Paddy’s social channels or through the embedded tweet above.

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