Everton boss Sean Dyche labelled handball rules “nonsense” after a “confusing” decision was given against his side, and he feels the rules should “go back to the old days.”
Sean Dyche expects no hangover for Everton after their Carabao Cup exit as they look to continue their fine Premier League form.
Sean Dyche engineered another win to nil at Turf Moor, that Arsenal midfield is cooking, David Moyes can spend money well and Gary O’Neil hates his squad.
“I’ll pop in my pub obviously,” Sean Dyche said sarcastically at his pre-match press conference. “People think it’s mine but it’s not!”
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Chelsea boss Mauricio Pochettino says his side were “better” than Everton and “deserved” a point at Goodison Park on Sunday.
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Sean Dyche insists Everton’s 10-point deduction and subsequent appeal against the decision is no more draining than usual.
Everton boss Sean Dyche stated there’s “no point” in VAR at the moment, as it’s “been all over the place” and “seems to be mayhem all the time”.
Everton’s Dyche says he is shocked at the “disproportionate” 10-point penalty imposed on the club but insists he and his players are ready to take on the challenge.
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Dyche claims Tottenham, Newcastle target is still part of Everton’s plans – ‘he’s doing terrifically well’
Everton boss Sean Dyche has claimed England international Ben Godfrey is still in his plans amid reports linking him with a January transfer elsewhere.
Sean Dyche believes Everton “deserve” to be in the last eight of the Carabao Cup with his players “working very hard on the training pitch”.
Everton manager Sean Dyche paid tribute to “perfect gentleman” Bill Kenwright following his death ahead of their Premier League clash with West Ham.
Sean Dyche has described the decision of referee Craig Pawson not to send off Ibrahima Konate in the Merseyside derby as “nearly impossible”.
Dyche: Everton are ‘trying to change a two-year story’ and ‘taking opportunities’ is the ‘last’ step
Everton boss Sean Dyche wants his players to “make it happen” as the struggling Toffees attempt to turn around their fortunes at Goodison Park this weekend.
Head coach Sean Dyche has encouraged Everton to “play with a smile” despite their miserable start to the new Premier League campaign.
Everton head coach Sean Dyche is confident that 777 Partners’ takeover of the Premier League club will not have an immediate effect on him or the players.
Is this the season we lose Everton? Somehow, we still think Sean Dyche will have just enough to survive once again.
Sean Dyche admitted Everton were “not good enough” during their 4-0 defeat to Aston Villa, as the manager felt the performance was “way off where we want to be”.
Everton boss Dyche will take inspiration from former Toffees manager Royle as his side bid to “get their retaliation in first” against Aston Villa.
The Premier League opening weekend is done and contained everything we need to know for the season, like Manchester United finishing outside the top four.
Everton manager Sean Dyche insists the goalscoring problem which has affected his side for a year will be resolved.
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Everton are safe by the tips of their fingers; Leicester and Leeds are down. Perhaps this time the alarm bells ringing around Goodison Park will be heard.
Sean Dyche admits Everton ‘can’t be in this state’ and ‘there’s a hell of a lot’ that needs to change
Sean Dyche admitted after saving Everton from relegation that they “can’t be in this state” around the bottom of the table for much longer.
Sean Dyche has insisted that he has “no problem” with Everton looking for his replacement ahead of their final game of the 2022/23 season.