Sean Dyche once again laughed off questions over his Burnley future after a strong finish to the Premier League season ended in a whimper as they were beaten 2-1 at home by Brighton. It was Burnley’s first home league defeat since New Year’s Day, an outstanding run given the challenges the Clarets have faced on and off the pitch since the season restarted. Dyche’s future has been in focus after he voiced his frustrations with the club’s board when a raft of players left out of contract in June, leaving the Clarets short-handed as injuries also hit. The 49-year-old has repeatedly said when asked about his future that “things can change in football”, and he offered no further guarantees after the full-time whistle.
Sean Dyche said “I’ve been asked that question about 4,000 times and I answer the same every time, I’ll be going on holiday tomorrow, that’s what I’ll be doing. Every manager is ambitious, We’ve been ambitious within the framework we’re given. The ambition here is making the best we can of everything we’re given and that’s a big challenge. We’re trying to rinse every drop out of every situation. It can be tough at times but it’s also enjoyable.”
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