Tuesday , June 22 2021

The manager & # 39; Burnley Sean Dyche expects questions about poor form Premier League



Burnley have won only four & # 39; from their 20th game in & # 39; this season in all competitions

The boss & # 39; Burnley Sean Dyche know "questions will be asked" after scoring home 2-1 by Newcastle went wrong beginning of his side for the season.

Burnley, who have lost four & # 39; of six matches in their league & # 39; Turf Moor, they point & # 39; above the three in 17.

Speaking on BBC Radio 5 live, former England international Danny Mills asked if Dyche will begin under pressure from Clarets fans.

"There are signs but want to get better results, we know that" said Dyche.

"The mindset is intact. M & # 39; there is no shortage of & # 39; character – where we do not come without character".

Seventh & # 39; & # 39 season; Burnley in the last season, which led to qualification & # 39; Europa League, built on defensive resistance by the objective totaled only 39 in the entire league campaign.

But the victory & # 39; & # 39 in Newcastle, Turf Moor on Monday means that Dyche already got 27 goals in & # 39; & # 39 passing; just games. Have 31 & # 39; March to allow them in & # 39; most of 2017-18.

Former defender & # 39; Leeds Mills, who commented on the game Monday for BBC Radio 5 Live, fans wondered if & # 39; Burnley starting to lose patience with & # 39; Dyche if the results are improved.

"You start thinking that Burnley are in trouble," said Mills. "Here I was asked to fans & # 39; Burnley: f & # 39; what point, if ever, the Sean Dyche is under pressure?

"I am a huge fan of & # 39; Sean and let me be clear, I do not think that should be under pressure. He worked wonders in & # 39; this club and they stakkjaw on their weight for so long.

"But you can not stay & # 39; play like that – pumping long balls up two big lads up front.

"They need something different. They need to change the way how."

Burnley unsuccessful in & # 39; six matches but Dyche said he saw some positive signs in their defeat by Newcastle.

"There is a process at the moment that the team becomes more b & # 39; his health," he said. "It takes work, mental distress – we have – and resilience.

"The fact is that there will be questions asked, but we move beforehand.

"Rarely we fancied team – we've had fighting for everything that we had & # 39; now and we continue to do this.

"I think there was something good tonight tonight but inevitably – and I never naive enough to think otherwise – you really get results."


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