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Be In With A Chance To Win Dyche’s Tracksuit In Support Of EitC

Evertonians have the chance of getting their hands on the tracksuit manager Sean Dyche wore in the week which saw the Toffees win three out of three, including a memorable derby-day victory.

The tracksuit will make its way to a Blues fan after Dyche agreed to donate the clothing item to help raise vital funds for Everton in the Community, the Club’s official charity.

In recent weeks, the Everton manager swapped his touchline attire from suit to tracksuit, and many have joked the change of look has brought good fortune for the Toffees, who are unbeaten with 10 points from four matches since the switch.

Fans can be in with a chance of owning the tracksuit by entering a charity raffle for just £5, with tickets available here –

Victories against Nottingham Forest and Brentford in the space of six days were sandwiched inbetween a memorable night at Goodison, where goals from Jarrad Branthwaite and Dominic Calvert-Lewin saw the Blues get the better of their Merseyside rivals, Liverpool.

Dyche, who first donned the tracksuit for Everton’s 2-0 win against Nottingham Forest, is hoping to pull off another victory, by raising significant funds to support the charity’s life-changing provision.

Speaking to, he explained:

“Although I don’t necessarily buy in to 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.

“This club and its supporters have a lot to be proud about, and one of those is the work of its pioneering charity, Everton in the Community, which I know has an excellent reputation in supporting thousands of individuals across the city.”

The raffle will close at midnight on Monday 3 June and one lucky winner will be drawn at random. Supporters can enter more than once to increase their chances of winning.

Established in 1988, Everton in the Community is one of the UK’s top sporting charities and is considered one of the Premier League’s leading community schemes due to the impact and reach of its 60+ programmes and initiatives.

The charity harnesses the unifying power of football to drive social change and address societal challenges across Liverpool City Region such as education, unemployment, anti-social behaviour, mental health and exploitation.

To enter the charity raffle click here –

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