David Moyes makes Everton prediction after being “really disappointed” by 10-point deduction

The former Everton manager believes Sean Dyche can secure top flight status for Merseyside club after unprecedented Premier League punishment

Though he expressed his “great disappointment” at the club being docked 10 points for violating the Premier League’s financial fair play regulations, former Everton manager David Moyes is supporting Sean Dyche to keep his team in the top flight.

After more than ten years in command at Goodison Park, West Ham manager Moyes is still very attached to the team. He has empathy for the supporters of the team and believes they have what it takes to withstand the historic penalty and continue to exist. He has witnessed enough, including Everton’s recent victory over his present side in East London.

“I’m really disappointed for the club generally,” Moyes declared. Sean Dyche has performed incredibly well, only now starting to

stabilise them. The stories have been going around for quite a while. It’s something the Premier League have felt the need to step in with.

“Everyone is subject to rules in all spheres of life, and football teams are no exception. Everton still has a very good chance of participating in the Premier League the following season given their current standing and style of play.

While Michail Antonio is anticipated to recover in time for the Christmas fixtures, Aaron Bowen will undergo a late fitness test prior to tomorrow’s trip to Burnley, and Moyes has downplayed concerns about an injury crisis at West Ham.

While serving for their countries, Bowen and Antonio had knee injuries, but there has been no reason to believe that they will miss significant amounts of time. Moyes stated, “It’s a small injury, not serious,” in reference to Antonio. Most likely keep

him out for a couple of weeks. Nothing too serious. About two weeks but I don’t want to be nailed down to the timespan.”

The top scorer Bowen, who went back to West Ham prior to England’s journey to North Macedonia, may be allowed to play at Turf Moor, the Scot continued.

He continued, “We’ve had a great injury record.” “We currently have players hurt while serving abroad. It’s understandable if it occurs when they are performing their duties, but it is more hurtful when they return hurt while traveling with the national team.

“The drawback is that my players return with injuries, even though I want more of them to be selected to play for their country.”


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