Stephen Ward: 'Blow if Burnley lose Sean Dyche'

Stephen Ward: 'Blow if Burnley lose Sean Dyche'

Stephen Ward: 'Blow if Burnley lose Sean Dyche'

However, after taking their time to consider the Dutchman's long-term replacement, Sky Sports News are reporting that Everton will contact Burnley in the next 24 hours to seek permission to speak with Dyche about the vacancy.

"He's doing well at Burnley, so it can only bode well for Everton if they get him but it could possibly derail Burnley if they lose a manager of that capacity".

David Unsworth, Everton's Under-23s manager, has been in charge of the first team for the last two matches, defeats at Chelsea in the Carabao Cup and Leicester in the Premier League.

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.

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"I think it's evident that Everton need a manager more than Sean Dyche needs a club", Lescott told Premier League Daily.

There are conflicting reports over the future of Sean Dyche as a potential Everton manager today.

It has also been claimed that the latest talk of Everton making an imminent move for Dyche has not emanated from Merseyside. It's nothing new. He's obviously got ambition but we're happy he's here. "There's one person on our list and that's Sean Dyche". But respect has to be earned at all clubs and it has been earned here over a five-year period. We've given ourselves a great platform to move on throughout the season.

All of this is reasonable stab-in-the-dark stuff, educated guesses of varying degrees, it just gets annoying that TMW have to slap "esclusiva" on everything and try and keep up a pretence they've got any idea what's happening at Everton and/or Burnley. "When you are us, you can't go out every week and play fantastic, you have to fight for it".

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