The manager of Everton has reassured fans that he will remain focused despite allegations of financial rule violations at Goodison Park, informs the F365.
The Premier League has referred Everton to an independent commission over an alleged breach of Financial Fair Play regulations. Although Everton has denied any wrongdoing and plans to defend their position, this development has the potential to disrupt the team’s performance as they struggle to survive in the Premier League. There have been suggestions that the club may face a points deduction if found guilty, but Dyche believes that his team will be able to set aside these off-field issues.
Dyche, who became the manager in January and was not in charge when the alleged breach occurred during the 2021-22 season, stated that there is currently no situation to address. He expressed his satisfaction with the club’s statement which covers all the necessary information. His focus is mainly on the team’s performance on the pitch. The club has assured him that the statement is accurate, and any further actions will depend on the relevant authorities.
Although there are future plans to consider, Dyche is currently concentrating on working with the squad to secure more points and maintain their position in the Premier League. When asked if the issue could impact their summer recruitment plans, Dyche responded that he was not aware of any such implications.