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Burnley: Local Pub Promise To Change Name To ‘The Dyche’ If Clarets Go On To Qualify For Europe This Season

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With Burnley riding high in the Premier League after an impressive start to the campaign, the club's fans have started to entertain thoughts of qualifying for European football for the very first time.

The Claretsare currently dangling up in sixth place (and one point off the top five) with 14 games, leading a local pub have taken the opportunity to up the ante by making a wager with manager Sean Dyche.

Sean Dyche angered by Arsenal’s late penalty; “the bigger clubs seem to get the decision”

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Burnley manager Sean Dyche said bigger clubs seem to get more favourable refereeing decisions after his side lost 1-0 to an added-time penalty for Arsenal.

Burnley would go with a point from the game after holding Arsenal to a 0-0 draw till the dying stages, before it ending in heartbreak.

Arsenal: Gunners Beat Burnley With Injury-Time Goal For Third Game In A Row After Contentious Sanchez Spot-Kick (Video)

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Arsenal moved into fourth place in the Premier League on Sunday after a hard-fought victory away to high-flying Burnley.

The victory came in controversial circumstances, with Alexis Sanchez netting an injury-time penalty afterJames Tarkowski was adjudged by ref Lee Mason to have pushed Aaron Ramsey in the box.

Dyche departure would be ‘blow’ for Burnley

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London (AFP) – Burnley’s Jack Cork said it would be a “massive blow” for the club if manager Sean Dyche leaves for Premier League strugglers Everton.

Dyche celebrated five years in charge last week but remains heavily linked with the Toffees, whose caretaker boss David Unsworth is striving to make an impression before this month’s international break.

Is Burnley boss Sean Dyche related to Benjamin Franklin?

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“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes”.

When Benjamin Franklin wrote that phrase back in the 18th century, it’s fair to assume he hadn’t thought it could be linked to the Premier League in 2017.

Step forward Mr Sean Dyche.

The Burnley manager’s criticism of the Football Association’s review of the disputed penalty involving Manchester City’s Bernardo Silva last weekend was as certain as death and taxes.

This is the latest manager to turn down the Leicester City job

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Burnley manager Sean Dyche has ruled himself out of the running for the Leicester City vacancy, insisting he’s happy with the Clarets and not looking to move, reports the Guardian.

The 46-year-old has been in charge of Burnley since October 2012, presiding over 228 games, and having won promotion twice to the Premier League.

‘At Some Stage, He Needs To Go To The Next Level’ – Arsenal Legend Ian Wright Backs Burnley Boss Sean Dyche To Take Over From Arsene Wenger

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Arsenal hero Ian Wright has suggested that Sean Dyche should be considered a prime candidate to take over from Arsene Wenger as and when the wiry Frenchman vacates his post at the Emirates.

Discussing Dyche's merits after Sunday's 1-0 win over Everton elevated the Clarets to sixth in the table, Wright was asked if he'd be happy to see the Swarfega-gargling copper-top given a chance to manage his beloved Arsenal in the future.

England keeper Heaton ‘out for months’

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Burnley (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton is set to be sidelined “for months” after undergoing surgery on his shoulder, Clarets manager Sean Dyche said Thursday.

Heaton, capped three times by England, landed awkwardly on his shoulder after colliding with team-mate Ben Mee as he caught the ball in the first half of Burnley’s 1-0 Premier League win at home to Crystal Palace last weekend.

Burnley looking to sign French defender, club officials have flown out to seal the deal

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Burnley manager Sean Dyche is hoping to sign French defender Nicolas Isimat-Mirin from Dutch side PSV Eindhoven.

Respected French journalist Romain Collet-Gaudin reported on Twitter that Burnley club officials are in the Netherlands to negotiate a deal for the 25-year-old.

Dyche has been keen to add to his defensive options after selling Michael Keane to Everton for £30 million earlier this summer.

‘I’ve Had The Best Three Years Of My Life Here’ – Michael Keane Emits Classy Farewell Message To Thank Everybody At Burnley

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Michael Keane may have seen his £30million move to Everton go through yesterday, but it's nice to know that the centre-half is leaving Burnley on good terms.

Indeed, after spending the past three seasons at Turf Moor, Keane made sure to emit a sincere farewell message to everybody at the club before going on his merry way.

‘You’ve Never Had To Work’ – Patrick Bamford Reveals He Was Teased By Burnley Boss Sean Dyche For Being Privately Educated

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It took him six years, but Patrick Bamford finally escaped the Chelsea loan farm earlier this month when he joined Middlesbrough on a permanent deal.

After enduringa transient (seven loan moves in six seasons) beginning tohis young career, the 23-year-old striker is now hoping to settle at the one club where he actually did himself justice back in 2014/15.

Official: Burnley Sign Belgian International Steven Defour For Club Record Fee (Photo)

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In what represents a fairly significant coup, pokey oldBurnley have signed Belgium international midfielder Steven Defour from Anderlecht in a club record deal.

Defour has signed a three-year deal at Turf Moor, with the Clarets paying £7.5million for the privilege.

‘I’d Be Called A Genius If I Was Foreign’ – Burnley Boss Sean Dyche Struggles With British Manager Identity Complex

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Burnley manager Sean Dyche has said, for the umpteenth time, that he believes British coaches are not getting a fair rub of the green as they continue to fight against the "branded jeans" mentality currently rife in the modern game.

With an influxof dashing foreign super-coaches arriving to take top jobs in the Premier League over the summer (of the seven permanent appointments made in the top flight, only one Sunderland's David Moyes is of British stock), Dyche has become increasinglyconcernedabout the lack ofopportunities being afforded to indigenous managers.

Burnley move closer to Premier League return

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Burnley moved a step closer to returning to the Premier League as the Championship leaders swept to a 3-1 win at Huddersfield on Saturday.

Sean Dyche's team are nine points clear of the play-off places after goals from Stephen Ward, Sam Vokes and Ben Mee scored in the first half.

Joe Lolley briefly made it 2-1 before Mee scored just before the break to give the Clarets a sixth successive second tier victory.

Burnley move closer to Premier League return

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Burnley moved a step closer to returning to the Premier League as the Championship leaders swept to a 3-1 win at Huddersfield on Saturday.

Sean Dyche's team are nine points clear of the play-off places after goals from Stephen Ward, Sam Vokes and Ben Mee scored in the first half.

Joe Lolley briefly made it 2-1 before Mee scored just before the break to give the Clarets a sixth successive second tier victory.

Watch Hull City 0-1 Burnley match highlights [VIDEO]

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Sean Dyche refused to be drawn on his future as Burnley boss after his side's relegation from the Barclays Premier League was confirmed despite their 1-0 win at Hull.

Danny Ings struck the only goal of the game in the 62nd minute at the KC Stadium, but results elsewhere doomed the Clarets to the drop after a single season in the top flight.

Watch Hull City 0-1 Burnley match highlights [VIDEO]

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Sean Dyche refused to be drawn on his future as Burnley boss after his side's relegation from the Barclays Premier League was confirmed despite their 1-0 win at Hull.

Danny Ings struck the only goal of the game in the 62nd minute at the KC Stadium, but results elsewhere doomed the Clarets to the drop after a single season in the top flight.

Watch West Ham 1-0 Burnley match highlights [VIDEO]

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Burnley manager Sean Dyche admits a miraculous recovery is required for his side to retain their Premier League status following the 1-0 loss at West Ham.

The Clarets are eight points adrift of safety with three games remaining after Michael Duff's controversial sending off and Mark Noble's resulting penalty earned the Hammers victory at Upton Park.

Watch West Ham 1-0 Burnley match highlights [VIDEO]

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Burnley manager Sean Dyche admits a miraculous recovery is required for his side to retain their Premier League status following the 1-0 loss at West Ham.

The Clarets are eight points adrift of safety with three games remaining after Michael Duff's controversial sending off and Mark Noble's resulting penalty earned the Hammers victory at Upton Park.

Watch Everton 1-0 Burnley match highlights [VIDEO]

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Burnley manager Sean Dyche claims his side are being punished for playing the game the right way and not haranguing referees in order to win decisions.

The Clarets lost 1-0 at Everton after Ashley Barnes was sent off on the stroke of half-time for two bookable offenses yet Toffees goalscorer Kevin Mirallas escaped with only a yellow card for a studs-up challenge on George Boyd.

Watch Everton 1-0 Burnley match highlights [VIDEO]

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Burnley manager Sean Dyche claims his side are being punished for playing the game the right way and not haranguing referees in order to win decisions.

The Clarets lost 1-0 at Everton after Ashley Barnes was sent off on the stroke of half-time for two bookable offenses yet Toffees goalscorer Kevin Mirallas escaped with only a yellow card for a studs-up challenge on George Boyd.

Premier League Manager of the Season Nominees

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There may still be six games to go for most teams in the Premier League but the league table is shaping up fairly clearly for the first time this season. Chelsea look to have a tight grip on the title, as they have for the majority of the season.

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A year ago our good friend and fellow AAcontributor DanDan passed away. His calm analysis of all things Arsenal is much missed.Dandan was a lifelong Gooner but moreimportantly a family man and a real gentleman. May he rest in peace.

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Mourinho vs Dyche; Burnley manager responds to Jose Mourinho claims

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The fall-out from Chelsea's draw with Burnley continued on Monday night as Sean Dyche responded to criticism of one of his players.

The Burnley manager was moved to film a 10-minute video interview which was published on his club's YouTube channel and was named 'Dyche brings balance to Stamford Bridge events'.

Mourinho vs Dyche; Burnley manager responds to Jose Mourinho claims

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The fall-out from Chelsea's draw with Burnley continued on Monday night as Sean Dyche responded to criticism of one of his players.

The Burnley manager was moved to film a 10-minute video interview which was published on his club's YouTube channel and was named 'Dyche brings balance to Stamford Bridge events'.

Dyche responds to Mourinho comments

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Burnley manager Sean Dyche has hit back at Jose Mourinho's criticism of referee Martin Atkinson after the Chelsea boss blamed poor decisions for his side's 1-1 draw with the Clarets on Saturday.

After the game, Mourinho cited four "crucial moments" as decisive in the result at Stamford Bridge, the most controversial of which saw Chelsea's Nemanja Matic sent off in the second half.

Best of Britain Approach Paying Dividends for Burnley in Premier League

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The best of British is helping Burnley confound expectations in the Premier League, according to manager Sean Dyche.

Aside from third-choice goalkeeper Alex Cisak, the Clarets' squad is entirely made up of players from the British Isles.

And in an era when fielding all foreign teams is more normal than all British ones, Dyche believes traditional British values can still be a major asset.

Best of Britain Approach Paying Dividends for Burnley in Premier League

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The best of British is helping Burnley confound expectations in the Premier League, according to manager Sean Dyche.

Aside from third-choice goalkeeper Alex Cisak, the Clarets' squad is entirely made up of players from the British Isles.

And in an era when fielding all foreign teams is more normal than all British ones, Dyche believes traditional British values can still be a major asset.

Sean Dyche Appreciates Praise for Burnley Team

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Sean Dyche is pleased his Burnley side are beginning to be appreciated for more than just hard work.

The Clarets failed to win any of their first 10 games following promotion but in their subsequent 10 games they have won three times and drawn four more.

Their last two matches have both ended in notable draws, with Burnley fighting back from 2-0 down at Manchester City last Sunday and then coming from behind three times on Thursday in a 3-3 draw at Newcastle.

Sean Dyche Appreciates Praise for Burnley Team

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Sean Dyche is pleased his Burnley side are beginning to be appreciated for more than just hard work.

The Clarets failed to win any of their first 10 games following promotion but in their subsequent 10 games they have won three times and drawn four more.

Their last two matches have both ended in notable draws, with Burnley fighting back from 2-0 down at Manchester City last Sunday and then coming from behind three times on Thursday in a 3-3 draw at Newcastle.

Sean Dyche Targets Experienced Players In Burnley’s January Buys

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Sean Dyche has identified previous Barclays Premier League experience as the key attribute he desires in any potential Burnley buys this January.

The Clarets manager is ready to add to his squad in the new year as they bid to prove the naysayers wrong and avoid an immediate demotion back to the second tier.

Sean Dyche Targets Experienced Players In Burnley’s January Buys

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Sean Dyche has identified previous Barclays Premier League experience as the key attribute he desires in any potential Burnley buys this January.

The Clarets manager is ready to add to his squad in the new year as they bid to prove the naysayers wrong and avoid an immediate demotion back to the second tier.

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Sean Dyche says Aaron Ramsey did NOT dive for Arsenal’s last minute winner

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It is very refreshing to hear a manager that has lost a game thanks to a last minute penalty being honest enough not to accuse the opponent of diving, but that is exactly what the Burnley boss Sean Dyche has done today. He was directly asked if he thought that Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey went down [...]

Burnley v Arsenal – View from the enemy – Is Dyche the Northern Wenger?

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This week's View From The Enemy comes from the Lancashire Telegraph, who are very impressed with the work done by the Claret's manager Sean Dyche and sees some similarities to the work done by a younger Arsene Wenger when he first arrived at Arsenal. Dyche himself obviously admires Le Prof greatly and you can see [.

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Wenger Says Referee Got Controversial Decision Penalty Right

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Arsene Wenger declared Arsenal's latest stoppage-time winner against Burnley 'a clear penalty' but the decision left opposite number Sean Dyche with a bitter case of deja vu at Turf Moor.

Arsenal have now won their last three games against the Clarets in added time, with another Alexis Sanchez spot-kick settling matters at the Emirates in January and a Laurent Koscielny handball breaking Burnley hearts three months earlier.

How Sean Dyche and James Tarkowski are resurrecting the lost art of defending at Burnley

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It was one of the non-transfer stories of the summer. With Everton's £25m payment for Michael Keane burning a hole in their pocket, Burnley were expected to dip into the transfer market to bring in a...

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Stubborn Burnley ready to fight again… even if it all hinges on Gray

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There are so many narratives in the Premier League ahead of the new season that one of the better ones has been criminally overlooked. With plenty of gravelly laughs and more than a few stern...

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Burnley keeper Heaton faces long absence after shoulder injury

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Burnley (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton is likely to be sidelined for several months after the England international suffered a suspected dislocated shoulder in Sunday’s 1-0 win over Crystal Palace.

Heaton landed awkwardly on his shoulder after colliding with team-mate Ben Mee as he caught the ball in the first half at Turf Moor.

Burnley keeper Heaton faces long absence after shoulder injury

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Burnley (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton is likely to be sidelined for several months after the England international suffered a suspected dislocated shoulder in Sunday’s 1-0 win over Crystal Palace.

Heaton landed awkwardly on his shoulder after colliding with team-mate Ben Mee as he caught the ball in the first half at Turf Moor.

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Crystal Palace Almost Lost Their Footing For A Moment There, But Now Everything’s Nice And Predictable Again

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After trying and systematically failing to transform Crystal Palace into a working facsimile of the 1974 Holland side in the space of four matches, Frank de Boer's micro-tenure at Selhurst Park is today officially at an end.

Did he take on too much, too soon in attempting to impress an expansive 3-4-3 formation upon a team long-steeped in the dreary brine of Tony Pulis, Neil Warnock, Alan Pardew and Sam Allardyce?