Everton retarde sa décision concernant le défenseur anglais Conor Coady.

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Everton are delaying long-term decisions on players, including England defender Conor Coady, until they know which division they will be in next season. Coady joined Everton on loan from Wolves at the start of the season with a view to a permanent move worth £5million. However, since then, Sean Dyche has replaced Frank Lampard as manager, and Everton were recently charged with an alleged breach of Premier League financial fair play rules. The Toffees face Tottenham on Monday night with their top-flight status in jeopardy, and Dyche says climbing to safety has to be the priority.

Dyche praised Coady, who has been a model professional despite being replaced in the starting line-up by Michael Keane. The centre-half has recently lost his place in the Toffees starting line-up to Keane. Dyche said that, apart from the contract situations that were already in progress, the priority is to get the job done first. He added that planning and preparation for the future is important, but there are certain things that need to happen quicker, concentrating on the pitch and getting points on the board.

Dyche also admitted that it can’t be assumed every player will want to stay at Goodison Park if the team goes down. He explained that players want to know what is going on regarding how they are looked after, staying in the Premier League, and all these things. It is always a two-way situation, and he can talk about what they do, but they might see it differently.

In conclusion, Everton is putting long-term decisions on hold until they know which division they will be in next season. The priority is to get the job done first, and planning and preparation for the future is important. However, certain things need to happen quicker, concentrating on the pitch and getting points on the board. It can’t be assumed that every player will want to stay at Goodison Park if the team goes down, and players want to know what is going on regarding how they are looked after, staying in the Premier League, and all these things.

Keywords: Everton, Conor Coady, Sean Dyche, Premier League, financial fair play rules, Michael Keane, Goodison Park, planning, preparation, future.

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