Sean Dyche Demonstrates The Beauty Of Matches Without Fake Crowd Noise
Sean Dyche's Burnley side may have suffered a 3-0 defeat to Manchester City in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday, but the English manager still provided a memorable moment from the Turf Moor toucline.
With the game already decided in the 75th minute, Man City striker Raheem Sterling put in a hard foul on Clarets right back Matthew Lowton. Sterling protested the foul, which resulted in a booking, and in return received a few wise words from Dyche on the Burnley bench.
"You spend half your f*cking life on the f*cking ground son."
Wise words from Dyche to one of the Premier League's most clever (and deceitful) foul-earners.
Dyche has never been the type of manager to mince words, and his Burnley club has never been the type of side to shy away from contact or embellish fouls.
In the same way that Athletic Bilbao only sign Basque players it's great that Burnley have a similar policy where they only sign lads who have forklift licenses.— Rick (@BanditNanna) December 28, 2019
After two losses to start the Premier League campaign, the Ginger Mourinho will hope to lead his hard-tackling Clarets side to victory against Newcastle at St James' Park on Saturday.