To be perfectly honest, I didn't think his starting line-up was that bad. Perhaps a little sooner, but his subs were ok.
The starting line-up was good enough (you could argue about Carra at right-back and Maxi, but no "obvious mistakes" in there). The problem is (and was) the way those players are told to play and simply isn't working.
I don't know which game Roy was watching, but I haven't seen any of those things he's claiming in the press-conference. Everton dominated the game and had more than enough chances to deserve the win. Once again we created opportunities way to late after the game was already over and with Everton dropping deeper waiting for counter-attacks.
The way we played towards the end of the game is not the way forward, because it was born out of desperation and we were there to be murdered on the counter. There has to be a middle-ground between sitting deep and taking huge risks by simply letting everyone go forward. Unless Roy changes our approach (as a team) it won't matter who's starting.
I hate to say that, but it really looks to me as if Roy is cracking up. The analysis of what is going on on the pitch (both yesterday and overall this season) is baffling to say the least. It's okay for a manager to be not too harsh criticising the players (Rafa got loads of stick for his "We controlled the game"-line, but at the end of the day it was true, even when we lost). What Roy is doing though is a completely different matter. He's saying stuff that only a blind and deaf guy would believe. Except for some of the Europa League-games we haven't produced a single good performance over 45 let alone 90 minutes (except maybe vs. Arsenal).