The co-chairman steered clear of the obvious first goal controversy and the edgy nature of the game but was clearly frustrated at the outcome.
And like most other neutrals he believes the Irons are likely to have come out victorious had they not been hit with injuries to our best players.
Speaking exclsusively to ClaretandHugh, he said: “They came to five new arrivals who have been performing so well. It’s an unfortunate situation for the club.
“Having said that we deserved more from the Everton match and had we had our two first first choice strikers I think we would have won, but we move on'”