Sean Dyche offered up a tactical masterclass on curry during live radio, it's an absolute must-watch
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Former Burnley manager Sean Dyche offered up a football level of masterclass analysis of a curry selection and sundries on live radio -- and it’s a sensational watch for fans.
Dyche has been out of management since he was axed by Burnley in 2022, but he has been tipped to make his sensational return to the Premier League.
According to The Daily Mail, former Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa is set to reject the chance to succeed Frank Lampard at relegation-threatened Everton.
Bielsa’s decision to turn down Everton has opened the door for Dyche, who is reportedly keen for the struggling Premier League club to offer him a long-term deal.
Ahead of Dyche’s potential return to the Premier League, the ex-Watford boss once hilariously impressed fans with his passionate conversation on all things curry (watch it in the video player above).
Dyche was in his element during a live appearance on BBC Radio Lancashire, with the 51-year-old meticulously talking about an assortment of different items.
From pakoras and samosas to mushroom rice and lamb curry, the Burnley legend does not mess around when it comes to his food.
“Now we’re talking,” Dyche said after being passed the lamb curry, before adding: “Okay. Yeah.
“See, you know the oiliness? I love that. I know you’re not meant to love it. I know it’s not very good for you, but oh, it’s so good that is.
“Yeah, it should be naturally out there meat and then the ghee, isn’t it? That should be the mixture.”
Dyche’s segment on BBC radio left fans in stitches, with one fan saying he was brave to handle curries while wearing a white T-shirt -- and we very much agree with that.
“Props to Sean, although the madman is handling and opening curry tubs with a white T-shirt on, very risky,” one fan pointed out.
Someone else tweeted: “Mate, like... who wouldn’t want to bring him along to a stag [do]?”
A third hilariously wrote: “So much is happening [here]. He even laid the boxes out in a classic 4-4-2.”
Another Twitter user posted: “Knows his way round a curry, I genuinely thought I couldn’t love him more...”
While one fan said: “This turned me into a Sean Dyche stan.”