# Sean Dyche

Last month
February 2023
# fresh start
'No ego, no cutting corners and no excuses' - How Sean Dyche can inspire Everton
Stephen Ward insists his old boss is meticulous, honest and relentless, and he will need to draw on all his experience to avoid relegation.
# love him or hate him
'Not everyone wants you' - Everton's new 'Marmite' manager Sean Dyche
The former Burnley boss takes over with the club only staying off the bottom of the Premier League on goal difference.
This year
# new boss
'It’s an honour to become Everton manager' - Sean Dyche confirmed as Merseyside club's new boss
Former Burnley boss has signed a two-and-a-half-year contract at Goodison Park.
# the dyche is cast
Sean Dyche emerges as favourite for Everton job
The former Burnley boss could be confirmed in the next 24 hours.
Last year
# Didn't Expect That
Dyche sacking from Burnley 'a shock to the players'
Dyche was the Premier League’s longest-serving manager before his dismissal on Friday.
# Sacked
Burnley sack Sean Dyche ahead of Premier League relegation run-in
Dyche was the longest-serving manager in the Premier League.
# Motivation
'I said to our players that this lot don't know how to win a game' - Dyche
Victory saw Burnley remain in the relegation zone but move to within a point of Everton.
# Biding his time
Using the Tarkowski Method to make Nathan Collins a Premier League star
Burnley boss Sean Dyche and captain Ben Mee tell The42 of how the Ireland international is primed to reach the top.
# remote working
Pep Guardiola tests positive for Covid amid major outbreak at Man City
City plan to face Swindon in the FA Cup despite 21 Covid cases in their camp.
All time
# Back and forth
'Absolutely no need to do that' - Dyche hits back at Klopp criticism
The Liverpool manager singled out Clarets duo Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood as he complained about some of the tackles in their match.
# doubt
Ireland international Robbie Brady's future is unclear, admits Sean Dyche
The Dubliner was a club-record signing when he joined from Norwich in January 2017 for £13million.
# Outlook
Sean Dyche: Fast-track footballers for Covid-19 vaccinations
The Burnley boss clarified he doesn’t want players to skip the queue ahead of essential workers, the elderly and the vulnerable.
# Concern
Sean Dyche fears over Robbie Brady injury
Dwight McNeil also had to be taken off in the win over Wolves.
# Hendrick
'The situation could have been avoided' - Dyche on Hendrick departure
The Irish international left Burnley for Newcastle in the summer on a free transfer.
# Speculation
'The players work on what’s going on inside the camp, not outside it'
Sean Dyche praises his Burnley players for ignoring the speculation surrounding his position at Turf Moor.
# down to the wire
Dyche critical of Burnley for failing to tie down key players like Hendrick
The Ireland midfielder is one of five Burnley players with a contract that’s due to expire on 30 June.
# Frustrated
'Arsenal still very far from what I want' - Arteta demands improvement after Burnley draw
The Gunners were underwhelming in attack at Turf Moor as their poor run of form continued.
# blues cruise
Jorginho, Abraham and Hudson-Odoi provide home comforts for Lampard
Chelsea were 3-0 winners against Burnley in a game which saw more VAR controversy.
# London Calling
Danny Drinkwater to return to Chelsea after making just two Burnley appearances
The England international is heading back to his parent club after failing to nail down a starting spot.
# Reaction
'People get into scrapes' - Sean Dyche on Danny Drinkwater nightclub incident
The on-loan Chelsea midfielder was reportedly attacked outside a venue in Manchester.
# Equality
'Does being gay mean you can’t be a good footballer? No. So let's crack on' - Dyche
The Burnley boss says nobody in his dressing room would have an issue with the sexuality of a team-mate.
# still in the hunt
Coleman finds the net as Silva's Everton end home campaign on a high
A rampant first-half display saw Everton cruise to a 2-0 win over Burnley in their final home Premier League game of the season.
# Hot Water
Sarri charged with misconduct following sending-off against Burnley
With only three games of the season remaining, the Italian could be hit with a touchline ban for his behaviour on Monday night.
# Safety
Hendrick strike helps Burnley all but secure Premier League status with draw at Chelsea
Maurizio Sarri’s side failed to capitalise on defeats suffered by their top four rivals this evening.
# Explanation
Burnley boss insists half-time withdrawal of 'terrific' Hendrick was tactical
The Irish international made way for Johann Berg Gudmundsson in Saturday’s defeat to Crystal Palace.
# missed opportunity
Barnes late strike shocks Tottenham at Turf Moor
Harry Kane made a goalscoring return to the side, but Spurs missed their chance to cut the gap on league leaders Liverpool and Manchester City.
# veteran
At 38 years old, Peter Crouch is back in the Premier League
Burnley have also announced the departure of Sam Vokes to Stoke.
# Not happening
Dyche rubbishes Tarkowski to Liverpool link as a 'bizarre rumour'
The Reds have been linked with a move for the Burnley defender in January.
# Seeing Red
'It's a loose challenge, not a nasty one. Robbie's not like that' - Burnley boss
Ireland international Robbie Brady was sent off last night, blighting his return from injury.
# Relief
Burnley earn first league win since September against Brighton
Elsewhere today, there was no ‘new manager bounce’ for Ralph Hasenhüttl and Southampton.
# meaty challenge
'There were some excellent tackles': Dyche defends Burnley players after Klopp criticism
The Burnley boss defended his players after a heated affair at Turf Moor with Liverpool on Wednesday.
# annoyed
Klopp frustrated by physical Burnley as Liverpool suffer Gomez blow
Joe Gomez had to leave the Turf Moor pitch on a stretcher, leaving Jurgen Klopp frustrated by the physical approach taken by Burnley.
# Magpies
Ireland defender Ciaran Clark on target as Newcastle march on with third straight win
Matt Ritchie produced a contender for the worst miss of the season but the Magpies ran out 2-1 winners.
# kdb
De Bruyne returns from injury in comfortable Man City win over Burnley
Sergio Aguero was among the goalscorers for Pep Guardiola’s side.
# Premier League
Sam Vokes the match-winner for Burnley as Cardiff slip to fourth successive defeat
Burnley taught Cardiff City a lesson in taking their chances, as Sean Dyche’s men left Wales with a 2-1 win.
# Back in business
'Robbie is on his way back' - 10 months after knee surgery Brady due back for Nations League double-header
The Dubliner played 83 minutes during an U23 game for Burnley earlier this week.
# Greek tragedy
Strong Irish contingent involved as 10-man Burnley's European dream dealt big blow in Athens
Kevin Long, Stephen Ward and Jeff Hendrick all started as the Clarets went down 3-1 to Olympiacos.
# Between the sticks
Joe Hart keeps clean sheet on Burnley Premier League bow against Saints
The former England number one kept a clean sheet as Burnley drew 0-0 with Southampton.
# Report
Joe Hart keeps clean sheet on debut as Burnley's European hopes in the balance
Istanbul Basaksehir played out a battling goalless draw with the Premier League side.
# give it chrissy
Chris Hughton among big-name nominees for Premier League Manager of the Year
The nominees for the Premier League Manager of the Year prize include the former Ireland international, Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp and others.