New manager Sean Dyche, who made his debut as Everton beat Arsenal 1-0. Insists his team still needs to work and continue to improve.
Still stuck in the relegation zone after Wolves thrashed Liverpool 3-0 in their next game. It was three valuable points for Everton in their relegation hopes. And it was a brilliant debut in charge for Dyche, who replaced the sacked Frank Lampard.
“I love 1-0 wins like this. Lots of work to do this week. And the honesty of the players is valuable to us. Must have the basics to work Is it our plan? Stop it from entering the net on our side and put it in their net.” Dyche said UFABET
“We tried to plan five weeks of pre-season into one week. We provide a lot of information to players. and they accept it’s the beginning. That’s all it is.”
“The fans are invaluable to us. I was here [Goodison Park] when it rocked the whole stadium. It’s shaking today too. But we have to give something to the fans.
“Of course, I’ll drive home. And I think this is a good start. But I’m not naive. We still have to work and continue to improve.”