May 18, 2024

Following Everton’s 3-2 victory over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on November 11, Alan Shearer showered Sean Dyche with appreciation for his work at the club.

Shearer said that despite the current unsettling circumstances in the background, Dyche is the ideal candidate for the position at Goodison Park because of his steadiness and soothing influence.


Even while Dyche’s teams might be direct at times, the former Newcastle striker said they can play some excellent football because the manager knows how to make his teams productive.


“He’s been there before, nothing panics him,” Shearer said in a statement made on the The Rest is Football podcast [November 13, 32:09]. Even when things weren’t going well, he remained composed and told everyone else to unwind.


“He’s the ideal guy to have in there, considering the circumstances Everton Football Club is currently and has been in for some time.


It was a terrific outcome, another successful outcome for them. “He just calms everything and he’s got them playing, they’re tough to beat, it might be direct but they’re also playing some decent football.”


Watching Dyche’s form at Everton turn around has been amazing. Many dismissed them at the beginning of the season, especially after their poor goaltending and home losses to Fulham and Wolves, but their recent winning streak has altered the perception.


Everton’s triumphs against West Ham and Crystal Palace in their most recent road games have cemented their status as formidable opponents. They have already won more games this season than they did the entire previous one.


Given the return of Dominic Calvert-Lewin, the form of Abdoulaye Doucoure, and the fact that every member of the team is performing at a higher level in a demonstration of how the manager is getting the most out of his players, no team will look forward to playing Dyche’s team as it stands.


It has been encapsulated in Vitaliy Mykolenko’s form. Questions about his starting position in the team were raised at the beginning of the season, but he and Dyche are changing perceptions after back-to-back goals and strong performances against Palace and Brighton.

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