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Everton Sack Frank Lampard; Sean Dyche Set to Take Charge

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I am not sure that Bielsa or Dyche are really good for Everton,  the contrast is massive but both will not work out well.   Dyche plays route 1 stuff which Everton fans will hate,  they will like him if he keeps them up but like Lampard the next season they will tear into him when they play the 8 behind the ball route 1 stuff.    Bielsa will be another Martinez,  the football will be all out attack (Everton more physically limited than Leeds) but will come at goals being conceded at high rates.   

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Uninspiring in the grand scheme of things but I think he's got more in his locker than the "he's English and he managed a bottom half team so he's basically Allardyce" analysis will have you believe and he's probably a relatively strong appointment given the position we're in and what we can reasonably expect.

We need signings now and then we'll see if we've finally found a manager who can be moderately successful at this basket case of a football club.

The second the transfer window is closed the fans need to be 100% united in two pursuits. Supporting the team and applying pressure to have the current board removed.

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