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‘It didn’t work,’ the 33-year-old clarifies why he ‘didn’t enjoy it’ working with former manager Sean Dyche.

It appears that Everton is finally on the rise following a difficult week off the field.

The team was shocked to hear that the Premier League intended to dock them 12 points for breaching their financial regulations, following the announcement of the untimely death of their beloved chairman Bill Kenwright.

Coming at a truly unsavoury time, the news drew widespread condemnation from the fanbase, who only saw it as a further opportunity to reinforce the siege mentality being built at Goodison Park.

Everton versus the world.

Therefore, winning the match hard at the London Stadium only served to highlight that idea, as they aim to render such a penalty unnecessary with impressive performances on the field.

But even though Sean Dyche performed brilliantly while playing on the road, the former Burnley player on loan continued to express his opinions about the 52-year-old tactician after he announced his retirement.

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Speaking on the High Performance podcast, the 33-year-old midfielder would detail his desperate attempts to regain fitness earlier in his career, outlining his brief spell at Turf Moor: “Sean Dyche was my assistant when I worked at Watford, and I did not enjoy it at all. I went to Burnley in the hopes that things would be different, but I also knew that I was close to my son.”

‘Going into it, I knew his teams were fit. I knew they were machines and I was like right, exactly what I need, but it didn’t work. It did not work at all.

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