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Ex-Burnley boss Sean Dyche named Everton manager


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Sean Dyche has been appointed Everton manager after the club sacked Frank Lampard with the team in 19th position in the Premier League table.

Dyche has been appointed Everton manager on a two-and-a-half-year contract.

He replaces Frank Lampard who parted ways with the Toffees earlier this week after a 2-0 loss to West Ham which left them 19th in the Premier League, above Southampton only on goal difference.

After 10 years as Burnley boss, Dyche was sacked last season with eight games to go.

He left the club in a relegation fight, which ultimately saw them drop down to the Championship.

Dyche had enjoyed a good spell with the club, though, taking them to the 2018-19 Europa League play-offs, and keeping them in the Premier League for six consecutive seasons.

Everton have endured a tough last two years, escaping relegation late last campaign and struggling to build on the momentum that saw them survive.

They have won just three league games all season – the least in the division – and have scored the second least amount of goals (15).


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