One thing I find encouraging about Shaun Dyche is that he seems to learn from his mistakes and improve. If you think Burnley got to the premiership as runners up, got relegated, get promoted as champions, survived with an abysmal away record, which he has already bettered this season.
He has also proven to have a decent record with strikers it seems after they sold Charlie Austin, who was replaced by Danny Ings who was replaced by Andre Gray, now he didn't buy all those and you can put it down to luck but he's managed to maintain a decent goalscorer throughout his time there despite obviously not having the Wonga.
I just think he has shown positive signs as a manager, unlike many flavour of the month championship managers like aidy boothroyd, Owen coyle, Paul Jewell, Malkie Mackay, Iain Dowie, Tony Mowbary, Billy Davies, Aitor Karanka, Brian McDermott or Paul Lambert who reached their ceiling and decline very very rapidly Dyche is still improving and learning lessons which says to be he at least has potential.
It's also easy to forget we are the worst team in the premiership by a country mile, the foundations of anything resembling a team has been destroyed by Ronald Koeman, now is not the time for tuchel to come in and start waxing German tiki taka philosophy on this shower or shite, we need some who can galvanise create a solid defence and motivate the team from someone who captained 4 sides to promotions in his playing career I think he's in with at least a shout x