Ray Wilkins has advice for Sean Dyche regarding Everton

A general view of the stadium ahead of the UEFA Europa League group E match between Everton FC and Apollon Limassol at Goodison Park on September 28, 2017 in Liverpool, United Kingdom.

Would Burnley boss Sean Dyche would be a good manager for Everton?

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Former Rangers and Queens Park Rangers midfielder Ray Wilkins suggested on the Sky Sports Daily show on Sky Sports News on Thursday morning (11:47am, November 2, 2017) that Sean Dyche should take the Everton managerial job if he is offered the chance.

Dyche is in charge of Burnley at the moment and has done a wonderful job at the Clarets.

Burnley are going strong in the Premier League this season and appear to be challenging for a top-10 spot.

Sean Dyche, Manager of Burnley looks on during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Burnley at Wembley Stadium on August 27, 2017 in London, England.

The Clarets have established themselves in the top flight of English football, but it is hard to see them push forward and challenge for the top six or the Champions League places anytime soon.

Former Manchester United and Chelsea midfielders Wilkins believes that if Dyche is offered the chance to manager Everton, then he should take it.

According to The Mirror, Everton are interested in appointing Dyche as their next permanent manager.

Sean Dyche manager of Burnley shouts out instructions to his side during the Premier League match between Chelsea and Burnley at Stamford Bridge on August 12, 2017 in London, England.

“I would take it,” said Wilkins about Dyche on the Sky Sports Daily show on Sky Sports News on Thursday morning (11:47am, November 2, 2017).

“I would take it because it is a step-up for Sean, and as I said before, I am not being disrespectful to Burnley, but Everton is a huge club and has been. Historically it’s a huge club."

Everton are in the Premier League bottom three at the moment, and there is a danger that if results do not improve soon, then the Toffees could seriously be staring at relegation in the face.

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