Arguably, Sean Dyche is The First Manager Since David Moyes to Realize This…

The Everton fan base, most of whom were raised on title charges and European runs rather than relegation dogfights, has felt that the team’s comeback has been long overdue.

Though they came close in 2009, expectations have since drastically changed, and the younger generation of Evertonians has only ever experienced failure. They have never even witnessed their team win a trophy.



A squad like the Toffees needs a steady work rate; few demand elite awards or even leaps up the table.

Arguably, Sean Dyche is the first manager since David Moyes to realize this, and his squad has been assembled appropriately.

Abdoulaye Doucoure is at the heart of a system that is reconnecting fans with the players, and his personal revival serves as a’symbold for the one the club has enjoyed under the 52-year-old’s leadership.



He would express this feeling, and the £20 million midfield player would divulge the two main factors that have contributed to their remarkable comeback: Under the manager, he remarked, everyone has been able to demonstrate their abilities.
He has given the team a lot of enthusiasm and confidence ever since he arrived.


I believe that during the week, we have made an effort to return his faith to us. Personally, I’m thrilled with how effectively we’ve worked together thus far.


There is a lot of momentum. Although the performances were excellent, we were aware that the season had not started as planned. We are winning games right now, which is what matters most in football.

Our momentum is great, the team is working so hard so we deserve to have those points.’

How is Abdoulaye Doucoure playing this season?

The 30-year-old is just one goal short of that total after 12 league games this season, which is a credit to his quality and ambition to keep getting better.

Last season, he led the Toffees to Premier League safety with five important goals in the second half of the campaign.


The Mali international is at the center of any goal-scoring success Dyche’s team appears to have, and his contribution to Everton’s system is arguably more significant than his individual goals.

The former Watford star, along with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, leads their press and acts as a conduit between the burly marksman and his midfield.



Therefore, according to Sofascore, Doucoure is averaging 1.3 crucial passes, 1.5 tackles, and 4.7 ball recoveries per game in addition to the aforementioned touchdowns.

The system falls apart without him, and while not being the most attractive player, he is unquestionably successful.

While praising his manager for the turnaround, maybe the star who earns £120,000 a week should turn within to find the true hero of this comeback.

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