"I'm 82 years old", Gold said and after getting out of his vehicle he added: "You don't understand".
Cenk Tosun headed home his first Everton goal to put the visitors ahead after 20 minutes.
Carlos Carvalhal's Swansea came crashing down to earth last weekend as they suffered a 4-1 loss at the hands of Brighton.
"I can only say to the supporters that I will do everything to make sure we are ready for the next game and hopefully they're behind us when we get to the London Stadium next week".
Of course, Swansea were helped by a very abject West Ham performance.
With just nine games remaining before the end of the season - and just two of those coming against teams also in danger of relegation (Stoke and Southampton), this is what will concern Moyes most of all.
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"I do not feel under pressure", Carvalhal told a news conference on Thursday.
It was Swansea who started the brighter though and they grabbed the lead after just eight minutes, when Ki Seung-Yung was given too much space on the edge of the box and his speculative shot took a slight deflection as Adrian looked slow to get down, allowing it to slip inside his post.
While the Swansea board have maintained they've been acting with the club's best interests at heart amid accusations of insufficient investments in the playing squad, figures announced this week revealed they'd made over £15m profit during the last financial year. "We are near to what I want us to do in all aspects of the game", he said. "To achieve the three points, we need a big commitment from the players and also from the fans".
West Ham manager David Moyes: "We conceded from two corners and a penalty".
David Moyes' stuttering side have won only once in six games, and there was more gloom as Winston Reid became the latest defensive casualty after he was carried off in the early stages with a knee injury.
"We should have saved the first one, we should head the second one away and the third one is a corner and the fourth is a penalty. We are progressing. It was an important victory", he added.