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Sean Dyche tracksuit: Fans given opportunity to win lucky outfit

The Sean Dyche tracksuit narrative is one that has grown in popularity in recent weeks among Everton fans who believe that their manager's decision to ditch his suit in favour of a tracksuit has contributed to the club's upturn in results.

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Everton's results have improved since Sean Dyche started wearing a tracksuit – Photo by Icon Sport

The ex-Burnley boss wore the now-famous tracksuit for the first time against Nottingham Forest on the 21st of April, a match where the Toffees ran out as 2-0 winners at Goodison Park. Three days later, Dyche donned the tracksuit again for the Merseyside derby and Everton won 2-0 again – their first derby win with fans in the stadium for 14 years.

Everton are now on a four-match unbeaten run with Dyche wearing a tracksuit and fans are now being given the opportunity to purchase the attire, all in the name of charity. For Everton fans who believe the outfit change has brought about good luck, they can enter the charity raffle for just £5.

Speaking about his decision to donate the tracksuit, Dyche said: “Although I don’t necessarily buy into the narrative that the tracksuit has been a key part of the recent wins, I’m pleased we have an opportunity to raise valuable funds for a real worthwhile cause in Everton in the Community.”

Sean Dyche tracksuit – Will he go back to his suit?

With Dyche donating the tracksuit that he has worn for the past four matches, Everton fans are now questioning whether he will just wear a new one or go back to wearing a suit. The Toffees are set to face Sheffield United on Saturday and Dyche's wardrobe choices were once again the topic of conversation. He said:

At the minute, I feel quite comfortable in it and not just because we're winning. There's a practical side… Not carrying a suit around, not getting changed. My mum does prefer me in a suit, but that's how mums are.”


Andy Delaney

Andy is a freelance sports writer with ten years of experience covering major sporting events across Europe. He has also been a season ticket holder at Old Trafford since 2008 and has visited over 40 football stadiums in the United Kingdom and abroad following the Reds.

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