- Mon Oct 2 11:09 AM
Sean Dyche continues to oversee Burnley's brilliant start to the season to condemn Ronald Koeman to more misery
- Fri Sep 29 9:04 PM
Scans have shown the striker did not break his hand in Everton's Europa League match against Apollon Limassol and will be ready for the weekend clash
- Fri Sep 29 2:27 PM
Defenders Phil Jagielka
and Michael Keane will be given every chance to be fit for the visit of Burnley on Sunday. The pair both missed the win over Bournemouth last weekend and Thursday's Europa Leag
|That's what we hope, that's what he's working towards and that's what we as a team aim with him for,
said Dyche. He's certainly got the quality to and his mentality is continually improving. He has the belief in himself and belief in delivering at this level; the World Cup, the Euros and ...
You take your 1-1, we take seven points out of nine and we say, 'OK, we're getting back somewhere to where we think we should be',
said Dyche. We're not there, but we are getting back, and we are scoring goals again, which is pleasing.
In the first half we were effective and should have been out of sight,
Dyche said. In the second, credit to Huddersfield because they didn't relent, kept playing and we lost our way. It's seven points out of nine and we are getting back to somewhere we were last season.
I think Gareth has got good reason to like him, but he's still developing as a player,