June 13, 2024

Because of their 10-point deduction, Everton is still in a dogfight for relegation alongside Sheffield United, Burnley, and Luton Town.

Everton boss Sean Dyche has message for players as Sheffield United, Luton  Town, Burnley look to pull them into relegation battle

In order to escape the relegation zone, Everton’s players need to ignore the club’s 10-point deduction, according to manager Sean Dyche.

Despite some outstanding performances since being docked points for breaking Premier League financial regulations—a penalty the team has appealed—Dyche’s team is still in fourth place, one point above Luton, who have played one less game.

Everton is currently in the middle of the table, but after winning four straight games at the beginning of December, they have more recently suffered two straight losses and a draw, albeit against Tottenham and Manchester City.

He declared: “I think everyone would agree there’s been a lot of work done by so many – not just me – and there’s been a big shift to where it is now if the league table had the 10 points [restored].” The ten points thing makes a slight difference, but overall, a lot has been learned, and much more needs to be done.

Dyche continued, “That’s just the reality of taking 10 points away from a team.” “I’ll take it, considering the run we had and where we could have been in relation to the current situation. I’ll take it where the table was when the ten points were taken and where it is now.

Dyche 'shocked' by Everton's 10-point deduction

Even after that, things are undoubtedly moving in the right direction. In addition to the injuries and a few suspensions, there has been a successful comeback. The league table is not something we can look at all day. We are aware of its actuality.

 

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