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Sean Dyche has been appointed as Everton’s manager.

Sean Dyche has been named as the new coach of Everton following the sack of Frank Lampard who left the team at the 19th spot on the Premier League table.

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Dyche was appointed as coach of Everton on a two-and-a-half-year contract, and his main task would be to get the team out of the relegation zone.

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Speaking to the club’s website, Dyche said;

 “It’s an honour to become Everton manager. My staff and I are ready and eager to help get this great club back on track.

“I know about Everton’s passionate fanbase and how precious this club is to them. We’re ready to work and ready to give them what they want. That starts with sweat on the shirt, effort and getting back to some of the basic principles of what Everton Football Club has stood for for a long time.”

Prior to his recent appointment, Dyche was in charge of Burnley for 10 years. He enjoyed a good spell with the club, taking them to the 2018-19 Europa League play-offs, and keeping them in the Premier League for six consecutive seasons.

Dyche was sacked by Burnley last season with eight games to go. He left the club in a relegation fight, which ultimately saw them drop down to the Championship.

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After sacking Frank Lampard, Everton’s owner put the club up for sale.

Everton’s owner, Farhad Moshiri, has put the club up for sale just hours after sacking Frank Lampard due to a poor performance that has landed them in 19th place in the Premier League table.


Guardian reported that Moshiri who became the majority owner of the Merseyside club, having increased his shares to 94 percent last year, is hoping to secure at least £500million from the sale.

His decision to allegedly sell the club comes amid turmoil on and off the pitch, with the Toffees sacking Lampard after a run of defeats that left them joint-bottom at the foot of the Premier League table with just 15 points from 19 matches.

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Moshiri is said to be open to either a full or partial takeover of the club, with his decision coming after months of seeking external investment into Everton. It comes amid their plans to build a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock, in a big-money project to move away from their long-time Goodison Park home.

Everton is said to have instructed Deloitte to handle the sale, which is the latest development in a chaotic week for the club following the dismissal of Lampard.

This is however coming barely a week after Moshiri rejected the possibility of a sale. The British-Iranian businessman told the club’s website last week;

“The club is not for sale but I have been talking to top investors to bridge a gap on the stadium. I can do it (the investing) myself but I want to bring top sport investors into Everton. We are close to having a deal done.”

However, since Moshiri’s comments a lot has changed, with Saturday’s loss worsening the club’s perilous league situation and with Lampard being removed as the manager.

Lampard’s sack means that Everton are on the lookout for their seventh permanent manager since Roberto Martinez left in May 2016.

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Everton 0-0 Liverpool: Pickford foils Reds’ hopes

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Jordan Pickford’s stunning goalkeeping performance in an absorbing 0-0 draw with Everton at Goodison Park frustrated Liverpool. Tom Davies hit the crossbar for Everton in a game that swung from end to end, while Darwin Nunez and Luis Diaz did the same for Liverpool.

The England goalkeeper made several excellent saves, while his opposite number Alisson had to be alert to prevent a home win in a Merseyside derby that could have been rife with goals. 

In the first half, both teams rattled the goal frame, Everton through Tom Davies before Liverpool’s Darwin Nunez and Luis Diaz followed suit, and Mohamed Salah was also denied late on.

Everton thought they had taken the lead midway through the second half when former Liverpool academy player Conor Coady touched in Neal Maupay’s cross, only to be denied when a VAR check revealed he was inches offside.

Not forgetting that Conor Coady’s disallowed goal for Everton sparked ugly scenes during Saturday’s goalless Merseyside derby, which boiled over when a bottle thrown from the stands narrowly missed Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp. 

A beer bottle appeared to be thrown from behind the managers’ technical areas, missing Klopp by a whisker. As if that wasn’t enough, an Everton supporter ran onto the pitch from the Gwladys Street End in an attempt to confront referee Anthony Taylor before being escorted away by stewards. 

Those heinous incidents overshadowed a pulsating clash between these bitter rivals, which could have ended with goals aplenty if not for Everton keeper Jordan Pickford’s man of the match performance and some fine saves from Liverpool counterpart Alisson Becker. 

Everton’s victory at Anfield in 2021 remains their only victory in the last 28 Merseyside derbies in all competitions. Frank Lampard’s team is now winless in their first six games of the season, while Liverpool’s momentum has been dampened after winning their previous two games.

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Chukwueze will join Everton on loan.


According to Mundo Deportivo, Samuel Chukwueze is on his way to Everton on loan. 

Chukwueze’s loan deal includes a €45 million permanent transfer option at the end of the season. 

His transfer seemed unlikely until Tuesday, when Everton stepped up negotiations and agreed to a deal in principle with the winger. 

Everton’s alternative was thought to be Denis Suarez, but with a €80 million clause, the Toffees were outbid. 

Suarez, on the other hand, could move the other way to Villarreal to replace Chukwueze, who has previously been linked with Everton’s Premier League rivals, Liverpool. 

If the deal goes through, Chukwueze will join the ranks of Super Eagles stars in the Premier League, alongside Alex Iwobi, who plays for Everton.