Former Clarets Boss Makes Premier League Return

Sean Dyche Appointed Manager of Everton Football Club

Everton Football Club have this afternoon confirmed the appointed Sean Dyche as the clubs new manager, after Marcelo Bielsa and Sean Dyche both met with majority share holder Farhad Moshiri and Chairman Bill Kenwright in London last week. Whilst the pair were impressed with both candidates its believed Bielsa turned down job and flew back to Brazil, leaving the opportunity open for Sean Dyche to return to the Premier League.

Everton have confirmed the appointment of former Burnley boss Sean Dyche as their new manager on a two-and-a-half-year contract. Dyche is the seventh permanent manager hired by Toffees owner Farhad Moshiri since he took over the club nearly seven years ago.

Sean Dyche told the club’s official website, “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. We want to bring back a good feeling, we need the fans, we need unity and we need everyone aligned. That starts with us as staff and players.”

Former Clarets striker Sam Vokes has said that Sean Dyche is “the perfect appointment” for Everton Football Club as his old boss prepares to take the reins at Goodison Park. Dyche is expected to be confirmed as successor to Frank Lampard and Vokes says his manager of seven years at Turf Moor can turn the Toffees’ fortunes.

“They’re looking for a bit of stability and that’s what he’ll bring,” he told BBC Radio 5 Live, he created a culture throughout the club at Burnley and Everton are craving that. It was integral to what we did as a unit and we had some fantastic achievements under him. Characterised as fiery, Vokes says Dyche’s approach in the dressing room is somewhat different to how he is often portrayed.

He’s very measured, it’s calm and collected with him and he’ll get his points across. That’s different maybe to what you see on the sidelines. We played exciting attacking football at Burnley, pressing from the front and it was a way that got results.”

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