Journalist Explodes at Sean Dyche After What He Saw in Loss V Bournemouth

Journalist Patrick Ridge has lambasted manager Sean Dyche as “horrendous” after yet another defeat, this time at the hands of Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon.

The Toffees endured a disheartening 2-1 loss at the Vitality Stadium, as a Dominic Solanke header was countered by a Beto strike in the second half, only for a late Seamus Coleman own goal to seal Everton’s fate. This defeat marks a staggering 12 games without a win in the top flight for the Merseyside club.

Reacting to the unfolding events, Ridge took to his personal Twitter account on March 30 to express his dismay, stating, “Can cry hard done by all you want. This manager is horrendous.” He continued, “The players aren’t good, but he’s a limited, limited manager who, as it stands, has no idea how to win games.”

Despite Everton’s woes, controversies surrounding refereeing decisions, including a potential penalty shout for a foul on Dominic Calvert-Lewin and a contentious build-up to the decisive goal, have added to the frustration. However, Ridge emphasized the need to shift focus towards aspects within their control.

“Everton have no doubt been on the wrong end of some horrific decisions this season,” Ridge acknowledged. “But at some point you have to stop with all of that as it’s uncontrollable, and start focusing on doing what you can control and that’s scoring the chances you create.”