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Dyche unfazed by Everton’s successor search

Everton manager Sean Dyche maintains that he has no issue with the club, which is currently facing the threat of relegation, potentially seeking his successor already.

Arriving as Frank Lampard’s replacement in late January, the former Burnley boss took on the task of avoiding relegation.

Despite being just two points above the relegation zone, things haven’t gone entirely as planned for the Toffees.

However, their destiny is still within their control as they aim to secure their 70th season in the top flight by matching the results of Leeds and Leicester.

Reports this week indicated that Everton was already contemplating their next steps. Nevertheless Dyche is anaware of the source of the report.

Dyche is striving to prevent the club from being relegated after 70 years

He said: “It’s fair to say ‘interesting’ reports, but I don’t know where they come from.

“At the end of the day, good businesses should be succession planning. I’ve got no problem with that, even if that were true.”

Striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin and defenders Nathan Patterson and Ben Godfrey are absent as Everton enters their crucial relegation-deciding match against Bournemouth at home.

Dyche added: “They won’t be fit. We haven’t had Dom for two-thirds of my time here. We have still won games, still got points on the board and performed.

“Patto has come into the side more latterly and performed well. We lose him as well.”

Russell Murray
Russell Murray
Russell Murray is a passionate football journalist whose heart beats to the rhythm of the beautiful game. With an insatiable appetite for all things football, Russell is always seeking to capture the essence of the sport. Also, he strongly believes that Guti and Diego Milito never received the recognition they deserved for their contributions to football.


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