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Never been a fan but the job he’s done at Burnley has got to go up with some of the best jobs done around.

 

I think he’ll be in demand but he’ll struggle to have the same sort of success elsewhere. Managers who have been at a club for a long time generally struggle to replicate their success elsewhere?

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Weren't rumours on here about him wanting to quit the club last Summer? 

 

In any case, this must go down as one of poorest decisions in Premier League history. Awful. 

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It’s all about money. That takeover isn’t what it seems. They are in a mess financially. Dyche is one of the best paid managers in the league and just hung on for his pay off. 

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Meh - I think Dyche was taking them down anyway this season. Owners probably thinking let’s gamble on the off chance they get a new manager bounce.

 

I think Dyche would have walked away at the end of the season if he’d taken the down. He’s been there over 10 years. 
 

So not sure why everyone is up in arms.

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Nobody is up in arms  - nobody is even bothered so you can park the hyperbole

 

people are just commenting on a very surprising decision and think that the manager who has given the club so much deserved better

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5 hours ago, mildatheart67 said:

Dyce gets the bullet

 

He deserved better 

4 hours ago, beswetherick said:

Losing to Norwich seems to be the kiss of death for managers - and if you include them sacking Farke, a manager has lost their job following 4 of Norwich’s 5 wins this season

Can we arrange a friendly with Norwich?

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6 minutes ago, scram said:

Nobody is up in arms  - nobody is even bothered so you can park the hyperbole

 

people are just commenting on a very surprising decision and think that the manager who has given the club so much deserved better


Have you been on Twitter? 

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Managers get sacked all the time. Welcome to football. Same gets said every time a well liked manager loses his job. ‘Didn’t deserve it’ ‘how dare they’ bad decision’.

 

Reality is they’ve won 4 games all season and look like they’re going down. Owners have taken a gamble to try and stay in the league. Dyche will walk into another job with ease. 

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12 minutes ago, SallyCinnamon said:


Have you been on Twitter? 

 

 

Not regarding this, no

 

But he has given them by far the most sustained period of achievement in the premier league era and it maybe warrants some leverage when they hit a down turn

 

Also they have a crucial match this weekend - if they thought his race was run after the abysmal Norwich result them surely that was the time to pull the trigger?

 

Who's leading them on Sunday - the youth team coach?

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3 hours ago, scram said:

Be very ironic if Watford went in for him

 

Though i'm pretty sure he'd tell them to f*ck off

 

I think you're right, he'd tell them to jog on unless they changed the way they work


He left them the first time as he didn't want to work under a DoF.

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1 hour ago, SallyCinnamon said:

Meh - I think Dyche was taking them down anyway this season. Owners probably thinking let’s gamble on the off chance they get a new manager bounce.

 

I think Dyche would have walked away at the end of the season if he’d taken the down. He’s been there over 10 years. 
 

So not sure why everyone is up in arms.

Sally in taking opposite view shocker.

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6 minutes ago, SiJ said:

Sally in taking opposite view shocker.


Not really. They’ve won 4 games all season. 
 

There’s 8 games left. Where are the wins to stay up going to come from?

 

Not out of the ordinary for owners to sack a manager at this stage in the hope a new man can come in and get a new manager bounce.

 

Worth the risk if they really want to be a Premier League club next season. 

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2 minutes ago, SallyCinnamon said:

 Where are the wins to stay up going to come from?

So what you are saying is there only hope of staying up is a new manager boost.

 

It's a huge gamble and I'd suggest the odds are it won't work out.

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15 minutes ago, Gob_Bluth said:

 

I think you're right, he'd tell them to jog on unless they changed the way they work


He left them the first time as he didn't want to work under a DoF.

 

 

He was sacked by the new owners

 

The club wanted to install Zola

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1 minute ago, SiJ said:

So what you are saying is there only hope of staying up is a new manager boost.

 

It's a huge gamble and I'd suggest the odds are it won't work out.


Yes it is let’s be honest. Clubs fighting for their lives do it every season. Sack a manager towards the end, in the hope someone can come in and work miracles. 
 

They’ll probably go down with or without Dyche. And I got the impression Dyche was going to leave at the end of the season anyway.

 

A season too far on that budget. 

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