Jeff Hendrick gifts Sean Dyche a ideal anniversary present

Tricia Pearson
November 3, 2017

It has also been claimed that the latest talk of Everton making an imminent move for Dyche has not emanated from Merseyside.

During his five years in charge of the Clarets, Dyche has emerged as an astute tactician and made some very smart signings and is generally accepted he has kept his side punching above their weight since they returned to the Premier League at the beginning of last season.

"You have to get the wins any way you can", Dyche said. "We keep that clarity of thought and I keep that clarity of thought myself".

"It's not something we are thinking about right now", he added.

If Dyche was to take the Everton job, he would inherit a side now languishing eighteenth in the Premier League in the aftermath of Sunday's 2-0 at Leicester.

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He has twice guided the Clarets into the Premier League and the club is now sitting in seventh place after an excellent start to the season, including a 1-0 win over Everton at Goodison Park.

However, as per the aforementioned report from Sky Sports, one candidate looks to have jumped to the front of the queue for the post, in the form of Burnley boss Sean Dyche.

"Who knows? I'd have to consider that, if that phone call happens", Allardyce told beIN SPORTS.

When asked whether he needed to discuss the Everton situation with his players, Dyche replied: "No, because you (the media) do it all for them". "Maybe a fifth anniversary is the new 25th?"

"Though he hasn't been persuaded to leave Burnley yet, the prestige and potential at Everton could see him take the next step in his managerial career sooner rather than later".

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