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RONALD KOEMAN's Everton side are "painful to watch", according to BBC Sport pundit Pat Nevin.
- Fri Sep 29 6:20 AM
BURNLEY are going through an ‘evolution’ this season, according to midfielder Steven Defour.
- Thu Sep 28 12:49 PM
BURNLEY could face their former centre back Michael Keane this weekend following his £30million move to Everton in the summer.
|He's seemingly being honest as he sees it, which is not always the case across football,
Dyche said of that analysis.
Nahki Wells is making good progress, he's not ready yet but he's back in with the team training, as is Dean Marney,
Dyche said. We'll build on their fitness and at some point they'll be added into games. Other than that, nothing major.
As a manager you're judged on winning, or not winning,
Dyche said. But there is enjoyment in how the team performs, I thought we performed very well against West Brom but got nothing, against Palace we had to fight very hard, didn't play as well, but other sides of our game got us a win.<...
We've definitely worked on that with our centre halves, all of them,
said Dyche. I know Tarky can play.