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October 31, 2017, 04:28:13 PM
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Sean Dyche  :'(

Awful choice if this is true, no more than David Moyes the 2nd.

We need a pragmatist with tactical knowledge, not Dyche who will be happy to see us hard to beat and go away from home for a point.

Please speak to anyone who watches Burnley regularly over the past 5 years, yes they all like him, but they also admit the style of football is dull and he is very slow to make meaningful changes from the bench.

An utterly uninspiring signing as manager
Blue


October 31, 2017, 04:44:00 PM
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therealdunc


Correct.
Dyche will not change his approach, he is a negative manager who shows his tactical limitations by his inability to change games and refusal to swap from his plan A as he often doesnít have a plan B beyond Ďget behind the ball and hit it long to a big maní.

Iím sorry, people need to educate themselves and watch the Burnley game last night. Or the game against our poor team at Goodison this season, we where there for the taking and in the end we nearly got a point cause Burnley went negative and didnít make any positive changes.

Speak to Burnley fans, and donít confuse their fondness of him (they are a championship club living the dream) to the fondness of the limitations of their game set up, play and tactics.

Nothing against Sean Dyche, but we donít need another David Moyes.

And Sean Dyche would be coming on a 3 year contract, the argument we just get him in until the end of the season simply wouldnít happen.
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October 31, 2017, 04:58:45 PM
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Jim white has a direct line to Moshiri, whatever jim white puts out you can guess he might have some inside info.

Not saying itís right that our main owner chats to a tv and radio presenter, but itís his choice.
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October 31, 2017, 10:18:14 PM
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We have a decent team, the problem is we had Ronald Koeman who made a multitude of errors and we have a stand in caretaker manager who has shown himself to be tactically clueless at this level.

A decent manager and we will do okay.
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October 31, 2017, 10:27:15 PM
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See other thread

Rafa Benitez or Sam Allardyce
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