No Everton colours in public
Everton have released safety advice on their website for fans traveling to Croatia for their upcoming Europa League tie against Hajduk Split.
The Toffees have advised fans not to wear any Everton colours or scarves in public due to safety concerns.
Some of the statement read: After a number of meetings with the relevant authorities in Split, both before and since the first leg, fans are being advised by the Club not to display flags outside bars and restaurants or in any public areas during their time in Croatia. They are also advised not to wear Club colours in or around Split before or after the match.
Welcome to the Jungle
Everton fans have also been advised to congregate at a bar in Split known as ‘the Jungle’.
It’s advantage to the Toffees, who won the first leg 2-0 at Goodison Park thanks to goals from Michael Keane and Idrissa Gueye.
Before the second leg in Croatia, Ronald Koeman’s side face Man City in the Premier League on Monday night.