‘I just want parity’ – Everton boss Dyche feels Toffees aren’t being protected by referees

'I just want parity' - Everton boss Dyche feels Toffees aren't being protected by referees
'I just want parity' - Everton boss Dyche feels Toffees aren't being protected by referees

“Sheffield United and Everton shared the points at Bramall Lane in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon, live on TNT Sports, with Jordan Pickfordu0027s brilliant triple-save at the death rescuing Sean Dycheu0027s side. After the thrilling match, Toffees manager Dyche was left to rue what might have been, even if he saw signs of improvement from his team.”


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