Don Hutchison has named Graham Potter as the manager that we would like to see replace Sean Dyche at Everton.
Taking to Twitter, the former midfielder revealed that he would like to see the former Chelsea boss join the Toffees as he would ‘at least’ add identity to the club.
Everton made it six games in all competitions without a win this season as they fell to a 1-0 defeat to Arsenal.
The Merseyside outfit enjoyed a glimmer of hope going into the game, with the Gunners failing to beat them at Goodison Park since 2017. Dyche already had a victory under his belt after narrowly beating Arsenal in his first game in charge earlier this year.
However, Everton put on another lacklustre performance and were eventually beaten by a brilliant goal from Leandro Trossard to claim all three points for the visitors.
The Toffees have now taken one point from their opening five matches in the Premier League and fans are starting to get a bit frustrated with Dyche.
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While they were playing one of the best teams in the top flight, Everton were unable to put on any kind of performance and were struggling with the basics of passing the ball.
The blame is starting to shift onto Dyche and supporters are now calling for his head, with Hutchison one person eager to see a fresh face brought in at the helm.
After @PED7, the Co-Founder of Toffee TV, tweeted ‘we are just dead dead boring’, Hutchison quoted the tweet with his own message. He wrote: “Graham Potter for me mate. At least there will be an identity and some good football to watch.
“Win or lose you gotta go to a match and try and enjoy the game.”
Potter has been without a job since he was sacked by Chelsea in April as they sat eleventh in the Premier League table. The former Brighton manager has already turned down Rangers and Lyon.
Would Graham Potter work at Everton?
Graham Potter is clearly a hugely talented manager and has a lot of promise after turning only 48 this year.
The former defender worked wonders with Brighton as he guided them to the top half of the table, beat the likes of Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester United and also transformed players such as Trossard, Tariq Lamptey and Alexis Mac Allister.
While things don’t go quite as hoped at Chelsea, their continued decline since he left the club has shown that he arguably wasn’t to blame.
However, whether Potter could implement his style of play at Everton is a completely different question.
The 48-year-old needs players that able to adapt to his passing style and play exciting football – Everton don’t have that.
He has been used to managing some very talented stars and he wouldn’t even have the money to bring in anyone to fit what he was trying to do.
Having already rejected Lyon and Rangers it would be a huge surprise to see Potter even consider moving to Merseyside.