By Jack Bezants for MailOnline
Published: 17:14 GMT, 8 January 2020 | Updated: 17:15 GMT, 8 January 2020
Another day has brought another humiliation for Everton in the aftermath of their shambolic FA Cup defeat by fierce rivals Liverpool on Sunday.
It appears that midfielder Fabian Delph, a £10m summer signing from Premier League champions Manchester City, got involved in a fiery post-match exchange with an angry Everton fan on Instagram following their 1-0 loss to a heavily rotated Liverpool.
The supporter, furious at the feeble nature of Everton's display, was sent a message from Delph's account labelling him 'a disgrace'. The fan was then taunted by being told they would 'ask for a picture' rather than criticise the team if they saw them in person.
Fabian Delph has appeared to get involved in an angry exchange with an Everton supporter
Delph spoke to the fan to try and dismiss claims of a lack of commitment from Everton's team
In what appears a separate conversation, Delph called another supporter 'delusional'
Responding to a message saying 'f****** embarrassing you', Delph said: 'If you was in front of me you wouldn't say a word. Not a word. You'd ask for a picture.
The Everton fan replied by saying: 'F****** hell, you've been here half a season and you've played abar (sic) 5 minutes. Who the f*** are you?'
Delph said: 'Your (sic) a disgrace and your (sic) the gobshite hiding behing your (sic) phone sending abuse. You think we wanna lose a game and you think we enjoyed losing a derby against them?'
When the Toffees fan said that no Everton player gave 100 per cent in the second half against Liverpool and that they felt it was