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Kieran Trippier is still a huge fan of his former manager Sean Dyche.
The former Burnley defender, who spent three years at the club before joining Tottenham Hotspur in 2015, sat next to teammate Danny Rose on Wednesday afternoon and both players had a message for their mates.
Rose penned a message saying that Harry Kane 'learned it all from me', while Trippier's sign was a tribute to the legendary Sean Dyche, who has performed wonders for Burnley this season.
Trippier impressed during his spell at Turf Moor, making 145 appearances between 2012 and 2015, and his performances earned him a deserved move to Tottenham that summer for just a reported £3.5 million.
Burnley and Dyche could have arguably got more for the defender, who has since made three appearances for England.
"Ginger Mourinho = Sean Dyche. Love you pash!!!" Trippier's sign read - a great message to the great man.
Burnley themselves sit just two places behind Tottenham in the league, and Trippier's message to the 'Ginger Mourinho' went down a treat with Twitter.
Here are some of the best reactions:
Rose and Trippier at the darts.- Jake :goat: (@DancingFirmino) December 27, 2017
Did anyone else see Trippier's white board on the darts earlier :joy::joy: pic.twitter.com/FbdECboNXr- Nirav (@N1rAvThAnKi90) December 27, 2017
So this does mean Danny rose is staying at Spurs , nothing can go wrong now... pic.twitter.com/A9u60NsiCn- :goat: (@11__Rn) December 27, 2017
Well played, Kieran Trippier and Danny Rose.
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