Everton 1 West Bromwich Albion 4: David Beckham should ignore David Moyes call

29 November 2010 12:40
Manager David Moyes has told David Beckham just to pick up the phone if he wants a loan spell at Everton. [LNB]But if the former England captain, 35, saw the 4-1 defeat by West Bromwich Albion on Saturday, he might decide it's better not to talk. [LNB]Sportsmail assesses why Everton's season is going so badly: [LNB] Better in America: Former England captain David Beckham is wanted at Everton[LNB]SLOW STARTERS Everton have a history of poor starts under Moyes and this season is no different. [LNB]They are 16th in the table, two points above the relegation zone and have won just three games. [LNB]Next up it's Chelsea away. [LNB]Seeing red: Stand-in skipper Arteta did not set the best of examples[LNB]DODGY DEFENCE Everton looked ponderous - especially Phil Jagielka - and West Brom's first goal was ridiculously simple, Paul Scharner rising unchallenged to head in a corner. [LNB]AT THE OTHER END Jermaine Beckford is having a rough time. Only Moussa Dembele and Frederique Piquionne have worse shooting accuracy this season than Beckford, who gets just 30 per cent of his efforts on target. [LNB]Everton's strikers have scored two league goals all season. [LNB]LEADERSHIP CRISIS In the absence of Phil Neville, the captaincy went to Mikel Arteta. [LNB]But the Spaniard set a poor example, being sent off for a stamp on Gonzalo Jara. [LNB]HE'S NOT THE 'MOYESIAH' Moyes looked tired and distant after the 4-1 thrashing. [LNB]There was none of the usual defiance or anger. Sections of the crowd voiced their disapproval. [LNB] Troubled times: David Moyes has hit a bad patch at Goodison Park[LNB]Would Beckham really swap his Hollywood lifestyle for this mess?[LNB] [LNB][LNB]  FA CUP THIRD ROUND DRAW: Scunthorpe away for Moyes' menEverton 1 West Brom 4: Baggies end winless streak against 10-man ToffeesEVERTON FC

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