Written By Albert Echatah

In addition to urging the Toffees supporters to support their club in the last few weeks of the season, Sean Dyche has admitted that he and his players must “give more” and “do better” if they are to avoid relegation from the Premier League.

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Even though Luton Town have played one more game than Everton, who are currently in 16th place in the table with only six games remaining, and are only two points above the relegation zone.

In the middle of off-field annoyances regarding the ownership of the team and point deductions due to purported violations of the Premier League’s Profit and Sustainability Rules, Everton has only triumphed in one of their previous fifteen premier league games; on Monday, they were soundly defeated 6-0 by Chelsea.

The criticism has increased on Dyche in recent weeks due to his team’s inability to produce wins and generate goals; in fact, the only team in the division with fewer goals scored than Everton is Sheffield United (30).

Before Sunday’s home match against Nottingham Forest in the relegation playoff, Dyche made the following remarks at a press conference on Friday: “I’m still earning my spurs here. I’ve never taken being a coach for granted. I’m still in my infancy here and I’m currently not deemed to be doing a good job.

“But 15 games ago I was deemed the Messiah, I was doing okay and I had found the magic key. 15 games later, you’re not. That’s life in football, and that’s my life in football.

“We have got to give more, I have got to give more. I understand that. But some of the stuff that I have no control over has affected us, there’s no two ways about that. That’s difficult. I can’t control everything at the club. I can’t control the Premier League or points deductions. But control on the pitch, we’ve got to do better and I’ve got to do better. They can hopefully continue to play their part as they have been doing.”

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Cesc Fabregas has urged Manchester United to build their squad on young sensation Kobbie Mainoo.

Despite having played for boyhood club United in just 19 games, Mainoo is already thought to be one of the most exciting and potential players in Europe.

Due to the 18-year-old’s performance for the struggling United, he was called up to the England squad during the previous month’s international break. Mainoo participated in both of the Brazil and Belgium friendlies at Wembley.

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