Everton interested in Burnley manager Sean Dyche

01 November, 2017, 00:57 | Author: Laura Christensen
  • 'Sean Dyche leaving would be a blow,' says Burnley's Stephen Ward

Since joining Burnley in 2012, Dyche has experienced great success at Turf Moor, helping guide the club to two Premier League promotions - he is now the third longest serving manager in the division behind Arsene Wenger and Eddie Howe.

Whatever the truth is, Dyche is an underwhelming choice as Everton boss.

Asked about Burnley potentially losing their manager, Garlick said: "It's not something we're thinking about right now". "There's one person on our list and that's Sean Dyche".

However, Burnley chairman Garlick is hopeful that Dyche will stay with the club to add to the five years already under his belt.

This clip is taken from 5 live Sport on Monday 30th October.

But he would not be drawn on reports after the victory last night, saying: "I just keep getting on with my job, it's as simple as that".

"From the time I've been here he's been outstanding - to see what he's done with a club of Burnley's stature is an unbelievable job", Ward told Burnley's official website. They should be happy with him if they get him and view his appointment with an open mind. "Another five years, hopefully". Nevertheless, they bounced straight back up at the first attempt and won the Championship title.

Defender Matt Lowton has suggested the club are more than capable of finishing in the top half of the Premier League if they continue their momentum.

"Since I've been here the gaffer's been linked with a job every couple of months".

"We just keep getting on with it". We've given ourselves a great platform to move on throughout the season. "We keep that clarity of thought and I keep that clarity of thought myself".

"I really enjoy it and I'm probably as fit as I've felt in my career".

"We work hard during the week but that's the bare minimum he wants on a match-day and then he gives us that freedom to go and play football".



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