777 Partners’ sporting director, Johannes Spors, has applauded the remarkable turnaround led by manager Sean Dyche and director of football Kevin Thelwell at Everton, writes the LiverpoolEcho. Despite a recent 10-point deduction, Everton’s on-field performances have surged under Dyche, winning their last three matches without conceding a goal.
Spors, in an interview with the Daily Telegraph, expressed his admiration for Dyche and the positive atmosphere at the Finch Farm training ground. He highlighted Dyche’s commitment to player development and his ability to maximize the team’s potential.
Having met Dyche personally, Spors commended the Everton manager’s dedication to elevating the club’s performance. The 777 Partners’ sporting director emphasized Dyche’s impact on the pitch, where Everton has shown significant progress, even with the recent point deduction.
Spors, a 41-year-old German, has been actively involved with Everton, witnessing their victories against Bournemouth, Newcastle United, and Chelsea. He praised the club’s environment, the supporters, and the strategic football organization structured by director of football Kevin Thelwell.
While 777 Partners treats all their associated clubs equally, Spors hinted at potential benefits for Everton within the organization. As 777 Partners holds stakes in various clubs globally, including Genoa, Standard Liege, Red Star, Vasco da Gama, and Hertha BSC, Spors suggested that Everton could become a crucial link in the group.
According to Spors, Everton could serve as the missing link in the 777 Partners’ portfolio, benefiting from players developed by other clubs within the organization. While emphasizing fairness, Spors hinted at the possibility of internal transfers for players who have excelled at clubs like Liege or Berlin, presenting Everton with a unique opportunity to strengthen its squad.