BREAKING: Sean Dyche brutal verdict on Everton penalty appeal and other controversial moment vs Arsenal

Sean Dyche believed Everton deserved a penalty as the game ended 0-0 against Arsenal.

On Sunday, the Toffees suffered their fourth Premier League defeat in five games against the Gunners at Goodison Park. In the 69th minute, Leandro Trossard scored the game’s only goal.
Everton were ineffective throughout the game, but they believed they should have got a penalty kick in the 31st minute when Abdoulaye Doucoure stormed into the Arsenal box and tumbled down. However, the appeal was denied, something Dyche couldn’t understand. “I don’t want it creating too much but I can’t work out how we don’t get a penalty for Douc for the simple reason,” the Blues boss remarked in his post-match press conference.

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“I don’t want it to create too much, but I can’t understand why we don’t get a penalty for Douc because Beto pushes it past a centre-half in the second half and gets booked for a very similar challenge.” Then again, we all lose sight of what sanctions are and are not.”
Dyche was enraged when, after 90 minutes, only four minutes of stoppage time were signaled. The Goodison Park audience was also perplexed that more time was not awarded, given that referees have been required since the start of the season to specify time interruptions before restarts following a goal, substitution, injury, or set-piece.

“Four minutes at the end, two weeks ago (in the 2-2 draw against Sheffield United), they almost can’t wait for a goal by adding more minutes onto the eight minutes,” Dyche added. At Villa, I believe it was 17 minutes. I’m not sure about some of these details, and I’m sure it’ll take some time to sort out. Some of these things must operate for you rather than against you.

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“By then, you’re looking for a moment, but it happens, as we all know.” Four minutes, I was astonished, and I believe everyone in the stadium was surprised by what we were told in the new season’s mandate. That’s what my eyes tell me. in comparison to how previous games have felt and been played in – let alone the stats I’ve seen around football.
“Four minutes is almost extraordinary right now.” It would have been quite ordinary last season, but now we’ve been told that almost everything will be halted. To me, it didn’t appear that everything was stopped and tacked on today. Arsenal is a very good team that played well today, and we didn’t do enough to win.”

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