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I admire Burnley and like Dyche who has done a amazing job and they keep building teams that scrap one nil wins, thats not luck and football is just about winning. Could he build a team at a Club with better resources? Pulis struggled at other Clubs so moving on comes with risk. Enjoy the good times Burnley.
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Dyche continues to do a superb job at Burnley. Wonderful manager.
@ 309 Fin de Cloche couldent agree more. Dyche may have the look of a man who is constantly chewing a wasp, but boy the guy isnt half an excellent coach. Some managers get constantly sacked, then immediately taken on by other clubs? Blokes like Sean and Nuno at Wolves are loved by their fans for a reason, they know the teams their in charge of wouldent be as consistent without their leadership.
314. Posted bysapientia9on1 minute agoCan anyone tell me when Premiership football will be restarting?===The Ladbrokes Premiership in Scotland? Not sure.
Can anyone tell me when Premiership football will be restarting?
Burnley my favourite team after the Man city game
"294. Posted by SivWell said your post won’t last long nor will this. The BBC cannot seem to report sports now without reference or link to BLM.BBC YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO BE IMPARTIAL PLEASE KEEP POLITICS OUT OF SPORT"Indeed, it was removed. Enjoy your post while it lasts too. BBC keep silencing large volumes of the public. I repeat - who do the BBC represent? Not ordinary folk.
Frustratingly Palace can’t keep a run of wins going, Young blood is needed to refresh their line up. Not enough goals from Zaha and Benteke. Leicester next, another test , a win is a must to give them a chance of a place in Europe.
Lots of sides below Burnley in the table with arguably better squads yet time again Dyche gets his teams getting results No Wood , Barnes , Hendrick , Lennon etc and unable to fill the bench You could argue even Norwich have more marketable assets just shows that football is quite easy but so many find ways to lose games with tin pot organisation and abysmal purchases
With no disrespect to Burnley's playing staff, I wonder where they'd be without Sean Dyche? The manager makes them orders of magnitude better: I doubt there are three of the Burnley players who'd get in any other Premier League squad, but Dyche gets every bit of quality out of them, and then more again. Dyche is their crown jewel: could be his generation's SAF with a real Premier standard squad.
Who is he kidding?One goal wonders? No goals much in this lot at all . No Chance...
@300I love your posts, it’s like, being transported to the good old days, and I mean that in a nice way.I wish I had your strength to ignore all the brown stuff that’s flying around these days, what’s your secret?
Looking at the players that Palace have had for the last 4-5 seasons and the money they have paid for them they have seriously underachieved.Woy is getting more out of them but considering their price tags and reputation, its not enough.They now have an ageing squad and probably need to spend £100M + in the next two seasons to stay viable.Do they have that sort of money available?
@259 jasperstail: “If he wasn't British he would be a shoe in for a top job.“Pedants’ corner: the expression you are looking for is “shoo-in”, I.e. a 100% cert. Who’s to say he doesn’t already have a “top job”?Listened to Dyche on Crouch podcast. Old school type, been one of the “lads” himself as a player, knows all the dodges.Love his penalty shootout regime. Southgate: listen & learn.
293. Very true sadly, except for Leicester. They are clever with employing the right type of managers that fit with the way they work (and disposing of them quickly if they are not getting the results).
Rhino - "Sean Dyche best manager in the Premiership". Sunday will be interesting when he comes up against Chris Wilder again. Blades played more like their pre lockdown selves v Arsenal and will be looking for the double after the 3 nil win at B/Lane.
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