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Sean Dyche: Ex-Burnley boss open to managing abroad

Former Burnley boss Sean Dyche says he would be open to managing abroad. Dyche was sacked last month after almost 10 years in charge with the Clarets 18th in the Premier League, four points from safety. They have moved out of the relegation zone under caretaker Mike Jackson with three...
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Vincent Kompany in contention to take over at Burnley after Sean Dyche sacking - Paper Talk

All the top stories and transfer rumours from Saturday's national newspapers... Vincent Kompany has emerged as a contender to become the next permanent manager of Burnley. Manchester United are searching for a new figure to handle transfer negotiations after Matt Judge resigned ahead of this summer's window in order to pursue a fresh challenge in the latest structural changes at the club.

Football rumours: Burnley eyeing Wayne Rooney to succeed Sean Dyche

What the papers sayWayne Rooney is reportedly Burnley’s first choice to take over from former manager Sean Dyche. According to one outlet, the Derby manager heads a list of candidates which includes Middlesbrough’s Chris Wilder and Alex Neil of Sunderland. The national paper says bosses at the club believe Rooney’s stature in the game could help with attracting players, while the ex-England striker’s desire to coach in the Premier League is well known.The Daily Mail reports Liverpool are considering a summer move for Monaco midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni. Jurgen Klopp is believed to be a big fan of the 22-year-old, while...

Sean Dyche reflects on ‘truly incredible times’ he enjoyed at Burnley

Sean Dyche has reflected on the “truly incredible times” he enjoyed at Burnley following his recent sacking.The 50-year-old was fired by the Clarets last week in a bid to preserve their Premier League status with just eight games of the season to go.His surprise dismissal ended a 10-year reign at Turf Moor where he won acclaim for securing two promotions to the top tier and then establishing the Clarets at that level, including taking them into Europe.Dyche said in a statement released through the League Managers Association: “I would like to thank the people of Burnley and fans of the...

Sean Dyche successor as Burnley boss still unknown - Mike Jackson

Burnley caretaker manager Mike Jackson says he does not know who will take charge of the club's relegation fight on a permanent basis as he prepares them to face Southampton on Thursday. The Clarets sacked Sean Dyche on Friday after 10 years with the club. "I spoke to the chairman...

Sean Dyche sacking can ‘jolt’ Burnley into securing survival, says Mike Jackson

Burnley caretaker boss Mike Jackson believes the shock sacking of Sean Dyche last week has made clear to the players the precarious position they find themselves in.The Clarets are no strangers to a relegation battle, but this season’s feels different, with a side who have won only four league games all term showing few signs they are about to dig themselves out of this hole.Dyche paid the price on Good Friday as the club abruptly ended his nine-and-a-half-year reign only months after giving him a new four-year contract.“I think that can be a trigger for a team sometimes,” Jackson said....