The best jokes as Marco Silva’s Everton sink to 3-2 defeat at Millwall in FA Cup fourth round

Added-time winner knocks Premier League side out of the tournament.

Everton and Marco Silva were knocked out of the FA Cup after a fourth round defeat at Millwall - and there were tweets and jokes
(Image: Twitter/Everton FC)

Everton were beaten by an added-time goal at Millwall who came away with a 3-2 win in a terrestrially televised FA Cup clash at The Den on Saturday evening.

Viewers of BBC One were treated to a thrilling fourth-round upset after the hosts twice came from behind to overcome their Premier League opponents.


On a run of disappointing form, culminating in defeat to the Championship side, some fans are already growing frustrated with new manager Marco Silva.

His arrival along with star player Richarlison in controversial circumstances this summer, initially promised much but has recently delivered little.

Now they’ve been knocked out of the FA Cup after losing 3-2 at Millwall in the fourth round – and these are the best of the jokes:

Marco Silva can now concentrate on getting sacked

— Paul Mathews (@Watford_Politic) January 26, 2019


Marco Silva has made a career out of being Richarlison's foster father

— Paddy (@PaddyArsenal) January 26, 2019


Marco Silva was so upset there he nearly took his hands out of his pockets

— Lfc Kev (@Kev1Lfc) January 26, 2019



Never mind Sack Silva sack the players they are all thick

— El Pivote (@elpivoteftbl) January 26, 2019


Just asked the family to describe this Everton team in one word pic.twitter.com/vSGYQ3npSN

— Everton Musings (@EvertonMusings) January 26, 2019


Everton, as bad on the road as The Duke of Edinburgh #MILEVE

— Brian Edmondson (@edmo38) January 26, 2019

Maybe Watford had a point about Marco Silva after all…

— Richard Buxton (@RichardBuxton_) January 26, 2019

There is a very real danger that Everton will soon be in with a real chance of claiming compensation from Watford. #watfordfc #everton #efc #silva pic.twitter.com/CdksoQjwtL

— Rookery Mike (@RookeryMike) January 26, 2019

On the plus side

It’s our end of season do tonight

— Sir Carlo Ancelotti (@CarloTheBlue) January 26, 2019


Can’t wait for the “Everton till I die” documentary on Netflix

— Paul Brown (@PaulBrownEFC) January 26, 2019



Everton have got investors who are prepared to spend what it takes to get the club to the top. The only problem is six years ago they voted for PL FFP

— Simon Mullock (@MullockSMirror) January 26, 2019