Important victory future of Everton and Sean Dyce
Important victory that affects the future of Everton and Sean Dyce
- Everton are definitely doing well at home.
- The last game was a win against Bournemouth.
- Sean Dyce relieves the pressure.
Josh Vander and Steven Pascoe, co-founders of 777 Partners , along with senior executive Don Dranfield, attended Everton’s opening game at Goodison Park, losing to Luton. Town are 1-2 since a Miami investment group agreed a deal to buy current owner Ferhad Moshiri ‘s 94% stake in the club on September 15.
In that game, Everton fans hope to see the team win at home for the first time in the 2023-2024 season after never collecting 3 points as the home team. In the last 2 games, they did the job. He did well by defeating Brentford 3-1 in the league and Aston Villa 2-1 in the Carabao Cup, and finally succeeded after beating Bournemouth 3-0 in the Premier League last Saturday
Previously, Everton, under the leadership of manager Sean Dyce, returned to a disappointing performance in front of their own fans after being defeated by Luton , who had previously not won anyone in the last 6 games, invading to slaughter at home and collecting. Incredible 3 points.
Everton’s unimpressive result against Luton.
The number 1 favorites who are thought to relegated to the Championship next season, puts Dyce on the hot seat again ahead of the home game Bournemouth next Saturday. Before the situation is finally resolved
Dice said: “Of course I am disappointed with the result. Overall, the playing form, I think We dominated the game a lot. But had to concede a really bad goal And there was no opportunity to change the various rhythms into goals. I have spoken many times about changing those opportunities.”
“It is our responsibility. Today we have a lot of great opportunities. We must begin the process of changing the situation from the past two years. Including eliminating all distractions. And we must ignore it.”
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