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Everton will be trying to build a feeling of permanence under Sean Dyche in 2023–24 after teetering on the brink of relegation across the previous year's campaign.

The Toffees were committed to staying out of another relegation fight. The Merseysiders now have a seasoned manager in Dyche who understands how to lead teams out of difficulty.

Only eight of Everton's 38 contests in the Premier League were won last season; the team also had 12 draws and 18 defeats. After months of ambiguity, they ended up only two points above the drop zone.

Only Wolverhampton Wanderers (31) scored fewer goals than Everton's 34 during the season before, which left the Toffees as the division's second-lowest scorers; therefore, the Toffees will need to up their game in 2023–24.

Between October and March, Everton lost 12 of their 17 league games. Frank Lampard was ousted by Sean Dyche, who led the team to the finish line. Dyche won't want to execute another rescue operation; it goes without saying.

Last season, crucial striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin made just 15 Premier League appearances and registered two goals. The team's offensive struggles between 2022 and 2023 might improve with the hiring and firing of Calvert-Lewin.

At the conclusion of the preceding season, the Toffees dismissed Yerry Mina, Andros Townsend, and Tom Davies and replaced them with Arnaut Danjuma and Ashley Young.

However, it is accurate to claim that Everton's prospects for achievement in 2023–24 rest upon trustworthy players like Jordan Pickford, Seamus Coleman, Idrissa Gueye, and Amadou Onana.

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