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Just weeks before the start of the European Championships in 2016, UEFA kindly provided us with a handy guide for those who aren't very good at pronouncing names.
With the likes of Polish midfielder Krzysztof Mączynsk, Turkey defender Sener Ozbayrak and Sweden winger Emil Forsberg, which is apparently pronounced 'Fosh-berry', plenty of commentators spluttered their words on the odd occasion.
We helped you Impress your mates in the pub with this impressive pronunciation guide, with some of the hardest names in football being included in the list.
But even the simplest names can be deceiving.
Just look at Burnley manager Sean Dyche. Throughout his time in football many people have pronounced his name as 'Sean Dy-ssssh', but the man himself has quashed those rumours.
BBC Radio 5 Live brought up the discussion on their show earlier this week, directing the question to Burnley's official Twitter account: 'Hi @BurnleyOfficial, Is your manager's surname pronounced: Dy-ssssh or Dy-chh'
Here's how Twitter reacted to the revelation:
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