- Mon Oct 30 11:34 PM
The Clarets boss refused to be drawn on speculation linking him with the vacant position at Goodison Park, preferring to focus on his current team
- Mon Oct 30 10:48 PM
Jeff Hendrick's 74th-minute winner earned the Clarets three points against Newcastle and Dyche has insisted his side are taking each game as it comes.
- Sun Oct 29 12:47 AM
DAVID MOYES will be the name on Burnley lips if Sean Dyche gets lured from Turf Moor. The ex-Everton and Manchester United chief lives locally and started his managerial career at nearby Preston. The Scot wants a way back into football after leaving Sunderland and is a steady figure the Clarets l...
- Fri Oct 27 9:30 AM
After Ronald Koeman revealed that Olivier Giroud
nearly signed to Everton, the FC guys ponder how the striker would've fit. Sean Dyche vows that he is committed to Burnley despite rumours linking him to Everton's manager vacancy. Following their Carabao Cup loss to Chelsea, David Unsworth spoke o...
- Thu Oct 26 11:14 PM
Sean Dyche vows that he is committed to Burnley despite rumours linking him to Everton's manager vacancy. Sean Dyche has revealed there has been no contact with Everton regarding their managerial vacancy as he prepares to celebrate his five-year anniversary at Burnley. The Clarets boss, who was a...
- Thu Oct 26 10:58 PM
Sean Dyche offered no guarantees he will remain Burnley manager for the long term as he admitted he is flattered by links to Everton. The 46-year-old is a frontrunner for the job at Goodison Park.
- Thu Oct 26 10:30 PM
Boss linked with Leicester last week and now to Ronald Koeman's old job is about to celebrate five years in charge
- Thu Oct 26 7:16 PM
Sean Dyche vows that he is committed to Burnley despite rumours linking him to Everton's manager vacancy.
- Thu Oct 26 7:15 PM
Ronald Koeman was sacked by Everton who are now searching for his replacement
- Thu Oct 26 10:17 AM
LEEDS UNITED are the favourites to sign Liverpool striker Danny Ings.
|He had to sit and wait and work behind Ben (Mee) and Keano but he kept working, that's the key thing,
Dyche said of Tarkowski. Charlie Taylor is the next one. Nobody has really seen him yet but he's progressing. Nick Pope working beyond Robbo and Tom Heaton last season and progressing. It...
When I first got here I wanted to buy him, but we couldn't afford it,
Dyche said. It was £300, 000 and he went to Brentford.
Last season he wasn't even on the bench and I assured him 'you are moving forward, trust me, you are developing and moving forward',
Woody has a chance. We have been careful with that one. We'll make a decision (on Friday), he was out on the grass with us today,
Dyche said. Steven Defour looked good on recovery (on Thursday), probably due to his experience because he knows his body. It's settled down. So he comes back ...