February 28, 2024

NORWICH, ENGLAND - APRIL 10: Sean Dyche, Manager of Burnley inspects the pitch prior to the Premier League match between Norwich City and Burnley at Carrow Road on April 10, 2022 in Norwich, England. (Photo by Stephen Pond/Getty Images)

Thank you for joining me for this nerve-filled survival battle! Everton have done just enough to stay in the top-flight and showed character to get the job done when at half-time Leicester’s lead meant they were going down.

To recap all the action from this one have a read of the report! The Premier League season is over and we get a breather from all the thrilling action until August. Have a good summer!

 

Dyche added: “It’s a hideous game, no manager wants those games. You have to find some weird twisted way of enjoying it. I came here as the man to do the job and I knew there was a risk but I’m pleased we have done the job.”

 

Everton manager Sean Dyche told Sky: “Obviously it means a lot. I took over what they called a broken club, it’s not broken, it has shown some cracks. We have to learn from that. In the midst of it all it is a magic day but we shouldn’t be here. The mentality has been terrific. We have to learn from this experience. Yu are only a big club if you do big club things, we have to get back to that as it is a big club. We obviously want to play better but at the end of the day you have to have that underlying spirit which we did today. Anyone can take a wheel of a ship in calm waters, I think we have affected the group. I am pleased for myself and my staff but also for my players. I said at half-time ‘stay calm, keep playing’.”

 

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