Breaking News: Sean Dyche holds talks 777 partners amid takeover and his contract situation as he promise to terrorize Arteta

Sean Dyche has stated that the takeover of Everton will have no impact on him or the Toffees’ players in the coming weeks.

The Toffees have had a rough start to the season, sitting 18th in the Premier League without a win after coming close in games against Fulham, Wolves, and Sheffield United, and will face Arsenal on Sunday (17 September).

Farhad Moshiri is preparing to sell his 94% stake in the Goodison Park club to American investment firm 777 Partners, and Dyche has been keen to dismiss any notion that the off-the-field conversations could have an affect on him or his team.

“When the new ownership group come in, I’m sure they’ll chat to me in due course and let me know how they see things going,” he told Sky Sports on September 17. My attention is on the squad and the field, and I don’t believe it should effect the players.

“We haven’t had a meeting or anything, but they can all read, so they’ve all looked at it and gone okay.” Our attention has been drawn to the team and what we do with it. If anyone had come to ask about the news, it would have been Seamus (Coleman), but he’s too busy worrying about becoming fit.

“At the end of the day, the club’s bigger picture is for business people, and it obviously filters down to us financially.” But, in general, it will be interesting to see which route they want to go if they can get the entire scenario agreed upon and signed off on.”

Few managers will be as forthright about their priorities as Dyche, and it is quite evident that he is unconcerned about aspects of the Everton job that he cannot directly influence, including the current ownership transition.

The manager presently has more serious concerns to deal with, such as turning around the Toffees’ on-field woes, and he is unlikely to be distracted by media speculation.


Whatever the owner of Goodison Park is, it is unlikely to have an impact on the pitch until the January transfer window. Dyche must find a way to generate results with the roster he presently has and keep Everton out of the relegation zone until then.

With everyone seemingly united in ignoring what is happening above them on the blue half of Merseyside, there will be no excuses if outcomes do not improve before the next international break.


Even if some in the media claim it is genuine, Dyche will not hide behind it.

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