Andy van der Meyde has hit out at David Moyes once more, labelling the Blues former Everton manage as ‘cold and Scottish’.
The Dutchman rocked up at Goodison Park in 2005 in an £8m move from Inter Milan in what proved to be a terrible transfer for all concerned.
He would make just 24 appearances for the Blues in his four years at the club as a combination of injuries and off the field issues, namely alcohol and drugs curtailed his career.
He has spoken often about Everton since regularly criticising the club for what went wrong on Merseyside.
Moyes has often received the most criticism, with the Dutchman pointing the finger of blame firmly at the Scot on more than one occasion.
He’s hit out at him once again, appearing on Simone Dell’ Uomo’s Instagram to talk about his career and not missing his opportunity to swipe at the former Everton boss.
“In England, it’s full stadiums, people in Liverpool live only for football,” he said on the Instagram live show, relayed by Football Station.
“Football and beer, that was their secret. Everton was a good team, Arteta was already super, even Cahill was decisive.
“I had problems that you all know, Moyes did not speak to me, with him cold and Scottish the relationship never took off.
“In my opinion, he’s an overrated technician; they sent him away from Manchester United after only one miserable season.”