777 Partners understood to have faith in Sean Dyche as Everton manager after takeover agreement signed
777 Partners have faith in Sean Dyche as Everton manager after they signed an agreement with Farhad Moshiri to buy his 94.1% stake in the club.
The Miami-based investment company have agreed a deal worth around £500m to take over the club as majority shareholders, subject to all the checks and procedures with a deal expected to be completed in the final quarter of 2023.
New owners usually come in with their own ideas and sometimes want their own personnel in place, but according to Liverpool ECHO journalist Joe Thomas they have faith in Dyche as their boss.
Writing on his personal Twitter account (15 September), Thomas wrote that Dyche “has not yet spoken with 777” but they are “understood to have faith in Dyche”.
If there is one thing that Farhad Moshiri did during his tenure as owner of this club it was change managers and make bad decisions often.
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So if we’re going to usher in a new era under new owners then we need to move away from doing things like that when it’s uncalled for.
Dyche has done nothing wrong to justify losing his job at this point, and while that could change by the new year depending on results between now and a takeover being completed, there should be no plans in place for change right now.
He has brought unity and organisation to the club on the pitch and once the results start to follow we will be in much better shape than we have been for several years under a host of other managers.
777 are entitled to make changes and put their stamp on Everton, but they have to be sensible and keeping Dyche around for now definitely fits into that category.
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