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Sean Dyche has delivered some uncomfortable home truth to Everton’s squad and warned them he will not be the club’s latest fall guy.

Everton’s capitulation at Chelsea on Monday was the nadir in a desperate run of form that stretches back to mid-December. Dyche has only overseen one Premier League win in 15 matches but the manner of their 6-0 defeat followed a trend that goes back years.

This was the tenth time since 2017 that Everton had conceded five or more goals in a game – the most of any Premier League club – leaving many to wonder whether Dyche will soon go the way of his predecessors by being sacked.

Dyche admitted he 'must do better' but similar sentiments apply to the squad and in a series of frank meetings at the club’s Finch Farm training base in recent days, he made it absolutely clear that he will not tolerate any repeats.

When it was put to Dyche that his pattern of results is similar to runs experienced by Frank Lampard and Rafa Benitez, he replied: ‘It’s a fair question – and I have absolutely gone through this with the players. (I said) Is this now just a cycle you go through?

Sean Dyche admitted he is ready to 'fight' for his position to stay as Everton manager

Sean Dyche admitted he is ready to 'fight' for his position to stay as Everton manager

Dyche has only overseen one Premier League win in 15 matches during a difficult season

Dyche has only overseen one Premier League win in 15 matches during a difficult season

Everton came unhinged after being beat 6-0 by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Monday

Everton came unhinged after being beat 6-0 by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Monday

‘You want a new manager, you get a new manager and a bounce and everyone says: “Hurrah!” Then, six months later, it’s: “Boo! We want him out!” You just keep doing that? Is that where we are at? I don’t mind telling you this because people want the truth.

‘I said to

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