Everton are turning to Sean Dyche to prevent the club’s slide toward the Championship.
The former Burnley boss was named the new Toffees manager on Monday. He succeeds Frank Lampard, who was sacked after a wretched run of eight defeats and two draws over the team’s last 10 competitive outings.
Everton are two points adrift of Premier League safety in 19th place and face table-topping Arsenal and hated rivals Liverpool in their next two matches.
Everton have all contracts signed with Sean Dyche set to be unveiled as new head coach, confirmed – it will be official soon. 🔵✍🏻 #EFC
Dyche will become new Toffees manager on a two year and half contract, as expected. pic.twitter.com/TjkeSkw6hU
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 29, 2023
Official, confirmed. Sean Dyche signs as new Everton manager to replace Frank Lampard. Contract until June 2025. 🚨🔵🤝🏻 #EFC
“There is quality in this squad. But we have to make them shine”, Dyche says. pic.twitter.com/wBQRZc3RBi
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 30, 2023