What Sean Dyche Does To Punish Players Could Be Reason Behind Burnley's Incredible Form
Former Burnley goalkeeper Paul Robinson has revealed Sean Dyche's bizarre training methods that could be a factor behind their incredible Premier League form.
Robinson, who spent two years at the club before retirement, has spoken about the manager's methods in training - going into detail about his honesty and straight forward personality, as well as the punishments he hands out on a daily basis.
Burnley have surprised plenty this season and are currently in 6th after an impressive win against Bournemouth earlier this week. Is this the reason behind their superb run of form?
Take it away, Paul Robinson. This is incredible.
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Many have applauded Dyche's efforts at Turf Moor in recent years and Arsenal legend Ian Wright was certainly complementary about him back in October, saying that he could take over at his former club in the future.
Speaking to BBC Radio 5 live, via the Telegraph, he named Sean Dyche as the man he'd like to see take over saying:
"I believe he (Dyche) is somebody that needs to go, at some stage, to the next level. He's an experienced manager in the Premier League. He's done his groundwork with relatively smaller teams and got them set up well."
And when asked if Dyche would be a good replacement for Wenger, Wright added: "Yeah. The fact is would they give Sean Dyche that job? In respect to how his team sets up when they're defending, he's obviously got acumen - but will he get a job like that? I don't think he will."
It would certainly be a very interesting appointment, but despite the fact that Dyche has done brilliantly to get Burnley into the Premier League, and keep them there for a season, you can't really imagine Dyche being the right fit to move from the Clarets to the Gunners.
Let us know if you think Sean Dyche could manage a team like Arsenal in the future.