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Everton appoints Daish as its new coach

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London (AFP) – Everton, threatened with relegation from the English Premier League, announced on Monday the appointment of former Burnley coach Sean Dyche as coach of the team, to succeed the sacked Frank Lampard.

Dyche agreed to a two-and-a-half-year contract, and will assume his duties for the first time when Everton faces leaders Arsenal at Goodison Park on Saturday.

“I know the passionate Everton fan base and how valuable this club is to them,” a club statement quoted Daesh as saying.

“We are ready to work and ready to give them what they want. It starts with the sweat on the shirt, the effort and the return to some of the basic principles that Everton Football Club have adhered to for a long time.”

He continued, “We want to restore the good feeling. We need the fans, we need unity and we want everyone to be united. This starts with us as staff and players.”

Everton chairman Bill Kenwright said: “He quickly convinced me he had exactly the right attributes to make himself a great manager for Everton, and someone who could inspire our fan base.”

Dyche was sacked from Burnley’s training in April, before the club’s relegation. He will replace Lampard, who was sacked last Monday after less than a year in office, following the loss to the injured West Ham.

During ten years with Burnley, Dyche achieved good results and twice promoted him to the elite league, where he stayed for several years. The fifty-one-year-old led Burnley to their first continental qualification in 51 years, after finishing seventh in the 2017-2018 season.

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