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Offline GrantyBoy78

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Re: Everton approach Dyche
« on: October 31, 2017, 02:34:27 PM »
Just smacks of wanting to just be safe and coast along.

Where is the ambition to progress and move forward?

I get we are in a bit of a pickle at the moment but we are acting like we are Sunderland and its March or something.

I think Dyce will do alright here like but can't get excited by it at all if he is to come here
We’re a quarter way through the season and we’ve looked awful every league game - the board need to be decisive and sort the manager situation out to get us back on track and quickly.

Dyche isn’t the most inspiring choice but there are arguments he’s just been pragmatic with the options he has. Could flourish at a bigger club with better resources. And that not to say we haven’t sounded out the Tuchels and Nanglemans and we’ve been turned down - which would be perfectly understandable.

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