Everton ace may have no future at Goodison Park after Sean Dyche words

According to Sean Dyche’s remarks prior to the match against Fulham, it seems that Conor Coady’s time at Everton may be limited to the remainder of the current season, suggests the GN.

Coady has not played for the Toffees since their defeat against Aston Villa on February 25th, with Michael Keane taking his place under Dyche’s management. However, Keane’s form has been inconsistent lately, with errors leading to goals and conceding penalties, despite his memorable goal against Tottenham that earned a point.

While some fans are calling for Conor Coady to be recalled to the Everton side for the remaining four fixtures as the club battles for safety, Sean Dyche defended Michael Keane’s performances in his pre-match press conference before the Fulham game.

Despite Keane’s recent struggles, Dyche expressed his faith in all the players and stated that he can only pick 11 for each match. These comments were reported by journalist Joe Thomas from the Liverpool Echo.

“At the end of the day the ups and downs… all go into the melting pot. He is a very good player amongst many good players here.”