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Sean Dyche and Mike France are leaders in very different industries.

But the Everton manager and the CEO of Christopher Ward watches share remarkably similar philosophies in their approach to leadership.

The pair sat down for a fascinating conversation recently when they discussed, amongst other things, management styles, ferociousness and doing the basics brilliantly.

You can watch their chat here.

Christopher Ward was Co-founded by Mike France in 2004. A world-leader in chronograph innovation, the company became our Official Global Timing Partners in 2022 and last year expanded the partnership to appear on the back of Everton Women’s team shirts.


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Peter Mills
1 Posted 17/02/2024 at 16:42:44
This is worth a watch, if you’ll pardon the pun. Mike France is a true Blue.
Paul Hewitt
2 Posted 17/02/2024 at 21:59:41
Excellent viewing. If we can survive this season, get new owners. I'm sure Dyche is the man to lead us forward.
Frank Wolfe
3 Posted 18/02/2024 at 22:12:54
Really good interview. Dyche is definitely the perfect manager for us in the current situation. I liked the quote - "Everyone sees the 90 minutes. They don't see everything else that is happening behind the scenes."
Danny O’Neill
4 Posted 22/02/2024 at 2024/02/22 : 20:29:24
Interesting watch and insight to Sean Dyche.

He talks about his humble background. His work ethic and comes over as very honest.

His observations when he came into Everton and need for alignment throughout the club.

He focuses on respect and behaviour. Organisation and re-modelling. Respect the past but build the future however long he'll be around. On philosophy, he mentions learning the situation and focuses on belief and planning.

He may not be everyone's choice. He wasn't mine. He frustrates with his late changes and not changing tactics, but I've warmed to him. For the here and now, he's the man for the job and would have us sat comfortable in mid-table if it wasn't for the Premier League.

Mark Murphy
5 Posted 22/02/2024 at 21:15:50
Danny, the thing that I struggle with is that Dyche was lauded for a “masterclass” after his Burnley team beat the shite at Anfield. There was even an interview when he explained his tactics and his plan and how it all unfolded.
IF that wasn’t just a lucky win why hasn’t he reproduced that masterclass? We’re better than that Burnley team!
I hope he reproduces that masterclass on Saturday but tbh I’ve never thought that wonderful 5-1 win was down to our tactics. Brighton went suicidal when they went 1-0 down and we picked them off. I doubt they’ll repeat that mistake (but I still think we’ll win a tight encounter - VAR don’t give a shite about either team).

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