Taking charge of the relegation-threatened club only in January, Sean Dyche asked for collective improvement in performances and said there is work to be done by his team’s players.
Everton director Sean Dyche advised his work in turning the Toffees around has only just begun after securing Premier League survival on Sunday.
Abdoulaye Doucoure’s stunning strike earned a 1- 0 palm over Bournemouth that will stretch Everton’s stay in the top flight to 70 times as Leicester and Leeds joined Southampton in heading down to the Championship.
Everton also demanded a heroic palm in its final home game of last season to avoid the drop under Dyche’s precursor Frank Lampard.
And the club’s straits aren’t confined to their performance on the field.
Everton is facing Premier League charges over an alleged breach of fiscal fair play rules last season and is seeking external investment to be suitable to complete the club’s new colosseum.
“It’s a big club, big history, but we aren’t performing like a big club, ” said Dyche, who was only appointed as master of the nine- time English titleholders in January.
“Evertonians have got to flash back it’s a big design because it’s been going on for at least two times.
“I ’ve not got magic dust. There’s massive quantities of work to be done. ”
Due to Everton’s fiscal difficulties, Dyche is doubtful to be handed important plutocrat to work with in the transfer request.
But after hundreds of millions have been wasted during Farhad Moshiri’s time in charge of the club, Dyche is putting a stronger emphasis on the character of new rookies.
“We ’ve got to demand further internally, ” he added. “ We ’re not ready to be over there yet. It’s going to be erecting to progress.
“I ’ll be veritably surprised if they say ‘ then is another war casket ’. We ’ve got to retain players who understand this club. ”
Dyche recalled Conor Coady to the starting line- up for the first time since February for what could be his final game for the club after a season-long loan from Wolves.
A Liverpool native, the England transnational said it had been the hardest season of his career, but he was relieved not to go down in history as part of a rare Everton deportation.
“We need to ameliorate and reset. It’s been the hardest season of my life, and eventually we ’re there now, ” said Coady.
“A lot of relief. We had a plan, we were fastening on ourselves. I actually allowed we played really well considering the circumstances.
“You don’t want to be part of this mammoth of a football club going down. We reiterated that all season.
“We ’re not, but now what we ’ve got to do isn’t make this a common theme. This club has to rise and get better now. ” Know More Latest Football News…