- Wed Aug 1 6:21 PM
SkySports Nick Pope has had surgery on his shoulder and will miss the Europa League second leg against Burnley, according to Sean Dyche. Watch Next. Dyche rules Pope out of Aberdeen clash · Watch Now · Herrera: We can challenge for title · Watch Now. Mourinho
- Wed Aug 1 4:40 PM
SkySports Burnley boss Sean Dyche has confirmed Nick Pope has had a successful operation on his dislocated shoulder, but no timescale has been put on the goalkeeper's return. Pope suffered the injury during the first leg of the second-round qualifier against and more »
- Wed Aug 1 2:42 PM
BURNLEY'S Nick Pope has undergone an operation on a dislocated shoulder meaning Anders Lindegaard
is set to make his first start for the Clarets in their Europa League second qualifying round second leg tie against Aberdeen.
- Wed Aug 1 2:12 PM
Sean Dyche has confirmed Nick Pope had a positive operation on the shoulder injury set to keep him out for months, leading Burnley to seek UEFA dispensation to bring in a goalkeeper.
- Mon Jul 30 3:27 PM
England goalkeeper Nick Pope is set to undergo shoulder surgery which could result in a three month absence.The Burnley keeper saw a specialist on Monday.
- Mon Jul 30 3:09 PM
Sean Dyche looks back on his time in charge of Burnley, and reveals how he expects the club to continue moving forward. Sean Dyche says the Europa League not to be feared by Burnley, despite the size of their squad and resources. Burnley and England goalkeeper Nick Pope faces up to three months o...
|I think to be fair, if you take away the noise I don't think there's ever been any real problem with him, the manager or the club,
Virtually every comment was that the tackle changed the game,
Dyche said. A tackle? Is that allowed? We have been hearing for ages that 400 passes change games. Who remembers the last time someone wrote about a tackle changing a game? Who knows, it might start a revolution and we w...
He's very experienced now Joe, he's played in enough big games of different sorts,
Statistically we got battered, by the way, but we won. I was so pleased with that. So pleased,
said Dyche. We just beat Spain, we didn't go: 'Oh we didn't keep the ball this much, ' or 'We didn't play enough passes around the back, we didn't do this, didn't do that.