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Allergy ey for Everton, Moyes for West HamProblem solved!
Why would Dyche leave a club that's full of confidence and whose support love him for Everton, a club with more history but with no momentum and who seem to have no loyalty for managers any longer? Wishful thinking I think.Well done Burnley, an inspiration to all 'unfashionable' clubs that they can compete.
Tony @ 70Cheers. There's a lot of dissenting voices regarding Burnley, I don't react the majority of the time, but certainly will to an appreciative football supporter.Not glamorous by any stretch, but playing to their strengths and evolving all the time. Who's to say we won't see a more expansive game from the team once we have the infrastructure in place as we continue to evolve?
Sean Dyche has done a wonderful job at Burnley and if he does move to another club I hope the fans will not turn on him.I don't think that Burnley will stay in the top half of the league whatever happens but I hope they will be safe and I wish Sean all the best whatever he decides.Burnley are in a far better position both financially and player wise than when Sean took over 5 years ago!
Southampton are rapidly becoming as boring as their manager. Entertainment value about same as watching grass grow. Some MotD pundits last week said they were 'overcoached.' Not sure whether there's anything in that. They certainly don't seem to be overcoached on where the goal is and how to put the ball in it. Raheem Sterling, 72 minutes per goal. Southampton, 110 mins per goal.
Nick Pope, James Tarkowski and Sam Vokes were fantastic individual performances, within a great team performance!
Great thing going on at burnley. A clear alignment between club status, owners' strategy, manager's style and fans expectations. The Everton job looks like a poisoned chalice just now - the new manager will have to limp along until they can buy a striker in January.
The Burnley/ Sean Dyche story is so refreshing. An inspiration to everyone. Compare it with the managers at Manchester clubs especially and other so-called big clubs, who won't sign until they have a guarantee that £150m+ is available. Would Mourinho or Guardiola really succeed on Dyche's funds? I doubt it.Conclusion. Many overrated prima donna managers and one b....y good manager at Burnley
Dyche is not money orientated, because he kicks players out who only want more money, Shackell, and the latest Gray. So why would he then move? Dyche loves the challenge, and that is not yet finished. Dyche was sacked at Watford for no reason. The rest is history, and I don't think he will do the same to us, as Watford did to him. He will take the plaudits but knows he doesn't have to move!
@35 in highest rated commentsFor me Sean Dyche is only behind Guardiola and Pochettino as the best manager in the league. Sensational underrated manager who does not get the credit he deserves.———————JM 3x Prem League winner, not in your best managers in the Prem league, yet PG or MP have never won it?
@78You’re right, stability pays in the long runThere’s always an exception to the rule, R Madrid replace their manager on average every 18 monthsI get the feeling with Dyche that he wouldn’t be as successful elsewhere, he should stay at Burnley for me. It’s not just the manager at that club, it’s the whole set up that is run professionally, just look at Coyle for instance, serial failure
Dyche is waiting for the Gooners job but only after Burnley in Europe!!
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