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One of the best things about games in empty stadiums without crowd noise is hearing what is being said by managers and players.
Dyche was his usual bellowing self on the Turf Moor touchline in his side's 3-0 Carabao Cup defeat to Manchester City last night, with the microphones clearly picking up his shouts and screams.
And in the second half, the former Watford manager was heard ranting at Raheem Sterling for a challenge he made on Matthew Lowton.
The England star, who struck twice in the victory, was booked for a late tackle right near the touchline and Dyche's x-rated rant could be heard clear as day.
Can Sean Dyche just shut up, he's so loud ffs- Akio Fernandes :wolf: (@BlueWolf_09) September 30, 2020
Sean Dyche telling Raheem Sterling he spends half of his life on the floor will make your day. pic.twitter.com/HhP0k8WgDZ- The Anfield Talk (@TheAnfieldTalk) September 30, 2020
"Are you f***ing sure Sterling? You spend your whole life on the f***ing floor," a voice sounding exactly like Dyche's can be heard saying, with his assistant Ian Woan also involved.
The commentator had to apologise for "industrial language" on a number of occasions such was the sheer amount of Dyche's loud f-bombs.
It made for great viewing/listening, however - with the 49-year-old's constant berating of the referee sounding like your average Sunday League manager decked head to toe in ProStar gear.
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