Burnley boss Sean Dyche says Burnley will always be “a work in progress” in their annual battle to remain in the Premier League. After a run of three successive defeats, the Clarets scraped a 1-0 win over Newcastle on a bitter Lancashire day at Turf Moor that was hit by rain and sleet.
Sean Dyche said “The margins are often tight for us. We’re always a work in progress. It’s not throwing money at it and bringing all sorts in. It’s constant development, it’s little edges, little increments. A lot is down to the players, just their know-how of the Premier League and how they keep getting more and more experience within it. I liked our calmness. People start writing things about bad runs, tough runs, but there was a calmness to the performance, and I was really pleased with that. I said to the players last week (after the game at Spurs), Look, they’re a good side, and we know that. But there was a subservience, and you can’t do that. Even if you know they are a good team with good players, you can’t do that.
/ 2 days ago
#PLStories- Cherries chief executive Neill Blake explains why AFC Bournemouth chose Gary O’Neil to be permanent boss #AFCB
CHERRIES chief executive Neill Blake has explained why the club opted to make Gary...
#PLStories – Former Manchester United player Louis Saha explains why Cristiano Ronaldo hugged him but snubbed Gary Neville #MUFC
Louis Saha attempted to distance himself from what happened between Cristiano Ronaldo and Gary...
#PLStories- Jack Grealish sends Man City teammate Phil Foden message after Gareth Southgate England snub #MCFC #Worldcup2022
Jack Grealish has backed Phil Foden to play a key role in the remainder...
#PLStories- Jesse Marsch addresses Junior Firpo’s Leeds United criticisms amid January left-back hunt #LUFC
Junior Firpo’s technicality, passing, athleticism, intelligence and tactical awareness are all rated among the...
#PLStories- Brighton’s Kaoru Mitoma ready for next World Cup challenge #BHAFC #Worldcup2022 #Worldcup2026
Kaoru Mitoma says his feet are back on the ground as he goes for...