BIG DEVELOPMENT: Sean Dyche and Kevin Thelwell sack updates emerge amid Everton-777 Partners development

According to the Telegraph, 777 Partners has no immediate plans to overhaul football operations at Everton once they complete their ownership.

On Friday (15 September), the English daily claimed on its website that there are no intentions to fire Sean Dyche or his director of football, Kevin Thelwell.

The manager will receive initial support because 777 wants to reassure fans that they are committed to long-term aims.

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The incoming owners must provide some stability, and they cannot come in and fire the two most crucial guys in football operations.

Both Dyche and Thelwell are expected to start from scratch, and if the results are not sufficient, judgments about their future can be made.
No supporter believes the club is in disarray because of the two of them, and ideally, things will begin to improve in all areas.


Signing new players will be on the agenda in January, but first and foremost, outcomes must improve.

Dyche will be unaffected by the change of ownership, but the uncertainty around it will not have helped.

777 may have problems, but Farhad Moshiri’s toxic reign did not appear to be moving the team forward.

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