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Burnley sack Sean Dyche – A Bizarre football decision ever

Burnley sack Sean Dyche - A Bizarre football decision ever
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Burnley sack Sean Dyche: Why Burnley Sacking Sean Dyche is genuinely up there as one of the most bizarre decisions in football history

What are they smoking over there at Burnley? Whatever the long-term plan here is, I’m not sure sacking Sean Dyche at this point in the season is the appropriate first step.

Burnley gave Sean Dyche £21m (net) to spend since the start of the summer 2017 transfer window. Investment in the squad was chronically low, yet he kept them in the Premier League for six seasons and even qualified them for Europa League. His miraculous overachievement will go down in the Premier League history books. The pioneer of Sufferball.

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Sacking Dyche is genuinely up there as one of the most bizarre decisions in football history, for as long as I have been watching anyways. With the squad/resources they have at their disposal, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to discern – Sean Dyche was over performing, greatly so. I had be surprised if this doesn’t age absolutely horribly.

Sean Dyche and Burnley were previously associated as one. The feelings each word invoked on me were equal. Sean Dyche was Burnley and Burnley was Sean Dyche. Now it’s the opposite. “Sean Dyche” is alone in the romanticism of his name, whereas “Burnley” makes me repulse.

True analysts realize what Sean Dyche was at Burnley – coach who gave his team the best possible chance of winning every week and NOT in the manner that people thought. Burnley press high in every game they played under him to a top standard. They were only forced back due to quality.

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However, when they were pinned back they defended within another compact block. Sean Dyche even had the tactical nous to adapt his 4-4-2 press to 3 at the back teams and things like this. They were one of the trickiest tactical outs in the league but quality most failed them.

Way more affected by Sean Dyche being sacked than I should be man. I developed a genuine fondness for the big lug over the years. Farewell disk beard, I hope you smash the next job too.

But the opportunity that has arisen for him is an outstanding one. He will *SURELY* get a job at another far superior Premier League club. Everton is the optimal choice as soon as Lampard inevitably gets the chop. Blood and thunder high intensity togger with a mentality of maximizing physicality and high press. I’m convinced Sufferball will enter its peak.

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