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Lancashire Telegraph - Wed Sep 13 2:08 PM
SEAN Dyche insists Burnley never had any plans to sell striker Ashley Barnes during the summer transfer window.
Lancashire Telegraph - Wed Sep 13 5:00 AM
SEAN Dyche is pleased with the attacking options available to him after Burnley’s late splurge on strikers in the transfer window.
Irish Independent - Sun Sep 10 4:36 PM
They stood just yards apart for most of the afternoon but seldom could the respective fortunes of two managers have offered such a stark contrast as those of Sean Dyche and Frank de Boer at Turf Moor.
Daily Mail - Sat Sep 9 11:55 PM
IAN HERBERT: Burnley's preparations for the arrival of Crystal Palace have included their new £15m striker sitting across the bridge from the new £10.5m training facility.
Sky Sports - Sat Sep 9 7:22 PM
SkySports Chris Wood feels he has a point to prove as he attempts to establish himself as a Premier League striker with Burnley. The New Zealand international was the top scorer in the Sky Bet Championship with Leeds last season with 27 goals in the competition and more »
Lancashire Telegraph - Sat Sep 9 10:00 AM
HAD things worked out differently this summer Sean Dyche could have been returning to Turf Moor tomorrow as the manager of Crystal Palace.
Daily Express - Sat Sep 9 12:07 AM
SEAN DYCHE believes under-pressure Crystal Palace boss Frank de Boer needs to brush off the eBay generation and pay more attention to Howard Wilkinson.
They will certainly be in and around at this stage, Dyche said.
The games at the training ground are important, Dyche said. We've got two training ground games which means they will virtually all play 90 minutes. The Friday will be very similar with the two games, so that's the change, adding those two games in and getting four 90s into the pla...
Steven has got a minor calf so we're being protective of him, which often happens when you've been out for a longer period, said Clarets boss Sean Dyche.
I think that's the complexities of the market, not many deals get done quickly and if they do it's normally for enormous amounts of money, Dyche said.