The position of Everton Football Club manager will be filled by Sean Dyche. Frank Lampard is succeeded as manager by the former Watford and Burnley coach. Everton fired Lampard earlier this week as a result of a string of defeats.
Everton gains from Sean Dyche’s extensive Premier League expertise.
Since April 2022, 51-year-old Dyche has been without work. As the team faced relegation, Burnley fired the English manager. When Dyche was fired, Burnley was currently ranked 18th in the Premier League standings. Burnley finished 18th and was relegated to the Championship after firing Dyche. Dyche previously spent over ten years with the team.
Everton will now bet on Dyche to prevent a similar relegation for his new team. Under Lampard, the Toffees have dropped six of their previous seven games in the Premier League. They haven’t actually won a game in league action since a 3-0 triumph over Crystal Palace three months ago. Everton is two points away from safety at 19th in the standings right now.
While Dyche is about to become manager, the Merseyside club has also previously spoken with Marcelo Bielsa. The previous Leeds manager is likewise jobless at the moment. He was fired by Leeds after the Whites’ unsuccessful Premier League campaign. Bielsa made some intriguing demands during the hiring process for Everton.
Before joining the senior team, Bielsa requested to coach U21s.
The Argentine coach reportedly desired to manage Everton’s U21 team before moving up to the senior group in the summer, according to a report by The Athletic. On Thursday, Bielsa addressed the concept with Toffees management, but it was clear that the club didn’t like the suggestion.
The 67-year-old coach at the Merseyside club needed time to work with the young players first. Though unorthodox, Bielsa’s strategy is intriguing. The coach might be better able to get ready for a complete 2022–2023 season if they are familiar with the club’s youth system.
Dyche is about to take over at Everton, despite that. When the Toffees’ next Premier League opponents are Arsenal and Liverpool, the manager will be thrust right into the action.