By Pranav Shahaney

19th Sep, 2023 | 7:10am

Sean Dyche sack condition emerges amid chaos behind the scenes at Everton

Sean Dyche may stay longer at Everton than many expect him to as there is no money in the coffers to shell out as compensation, according to Paul Brown.

The Give Me Sport journalist said that Farhad Moshiri is desperate to sell Everton and 777 Partners have reached an agreement to complete the takeover.

As of now, no decision has been made on Dyche’s future, but he’s understood to stay on under the new owners.

Brown said on 18 September: “Everton are in all sorts of financial trouble behind the scenes. The fact that Moshiri is willing to take the kind of deal from 777 for his shareholding, which he’s essentially going to be paid for on a performance-related basis, shows you how desperate he is to get out and how bad things are behind the scenes.

“So, it may be that Dyche survives longer than people expect simply because it will cost too much money to get rid of him.”


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The manager is among the most important employees at a football club and the 777 Partners cannot use the lack of funds as an excuse.

They’re buying a club in the doldrums and if they are the ones to get them out of it, of course, a proper structure is needed, but so is the right manager.

They will probably keep a keen eye on performances in the next few weeks and then make the call if things do not improve.

Managers like Graham Potter are available and seem like much better options than Dyche so that’s a big call that could be made.

As of now, he’s under no immediate danger but that could change if the next three games bring about just one point as the pressure will then start mounting.

Dyche has got to turn things around quickly as he cannot say that he wasn’t backed as some decent players joined this summer.

In other Everton news, a senior Toffees player was rejected due to the lack of quality and he’s now set for a Goodison Park stay.