Robyn Cowen makes Everton admission as Sean Dyche verdict shared – Goodison News

By James Murray
Robyn Cowen believes something isn’t quite right at Everton following the club’s disappointing start to the Premier League season.
Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live on Tuesday (5 September), the BBC commentator said the point against Sheffield United will be a “big boost, but expects this campaign to be a “real struggle” for the Toffees.
She added that Sean Dyche exudes “good pair of hands material” despite giving off the impression that he doesn’t believe his side is strong enough this time around.
“It’s a tricky one, it’s so hard,” said Cowen. “That’s a big boost, to get their first point of the season, but something’s just not quite right there.
“Sean Dyche exudes ‘good pair of hands’ material but even he seems a bit like ‘I’m not sure if we have enough here’. It’s going to be a real struggle throughout the season, you’d think.”
No surprise
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It won’t come as much of a surprise to Everton fans to hear someone else question whether they can fend off relegation this season.
It does feel as though the side may be a bit short after struggling in the opening few games of the campaign, but the draw against Sheffield United could provide the springboard they needed.
The Toffees are going to have to get better at both ends of the field, though, after scoring just twice in their opening four matches and so far failing to keep a clean sheet.
There is no doubt that something isn’t right off the pitch as the club’s financial problems are there for everyone to see and that doesn’t look like getting any easier any time soon.
It’s essential the Blues find a way to put some more points on the board quickly after the international break as they really can’t afford to be fighting relegation again this season.
In other Everton news, an ex-FIFA official has raved about a refereeing decision made in the game against Sheffield United.


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