Sean Dyche

Sean Dyche

Sean Dyche

  • Current club: Burnley
  • Date of Birth: 28 June 1971
  • Birthplace: Kettering, Kettering, England

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Dyche's old boys inspire Everton to stunning win over Arsenal
Sean Dyche breathed new life into Everton 's Premier League campaign by masterminding a 1-0 defeat over leaders Arsenal at Goodison Park in ...
04/02 19:55

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Richarlison to rejoin Everton on loan?

Everton are reportedly eyeing an ambitious loan move for Tottenham Hotspur forward Richarlison.

Everton want to sign Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher

Everton have reportedly made a surprise approach to sign Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher before Tuesday's transfer deadline.

Manchester United without three stars for Burnley game

Manchester United will be missing three key players for the midweek Premier League clash against Burnley.

Burnley vs Arsenal: Premier League Preview, H2H & Predicted Line-ups

Underperforming Arsenal head to Turf Moor to take on hot relegation candidates Burnley in a must-win Premier League showdown on Saturday.

Tottenham Hotspur will need to pay £50m for England star

Tottenham Hotspur will have to cough up £50m in order to land the signature of Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope.

Predicted Chelsea lineup (4-2-2-2) vs Burnley, Kante and Werner start

Chelsea are scheduled to host Burnley in the Premier League this afternoon. The Blues will be eyeing their first victory under manager Thomas Tuchel, who took charge last week.

Predicted Liverpool lineup (4-3-3) vs Burnley, Matip and Salah start

Liverpool will be aiming to end a four-match winless league streak when they host Burnley at Anfield tonight.

Manchester United defender fears he could miss out on Burnley move

Manchester United defender Phil Jones is reportedly worried that he could miss out on a move to Burnley amid talks of a potential takeover.

Jurgen Klopp wins BBC viewers’ manager of the season vote

Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp has won a poll put on by the BBC where viewers voted for the best manager in last season’s Premier League. Klopp came out top with 49 percent of the vote, far ahead of his nearest rival, Sheffield United’s Chris Wilder in second place with 32 percent of the vote.

Arsenal to sign former Manchester City star?

Arsenal could reportedly make a shock move to sign Burnley goalkeeper Joe Hart with Bernd Leno potentially sidelined for the long-term.