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Sean Dyche Was Very Pissy In His Post Match Interview

Sean Dyche Was Very Pissy In His Post Match Interview
Eoin Lyons
By Eoin Lyons
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Burnley boss Sean Dyche wasn't in a great mood in the immediate aftermath of his side's 3-1 defeat to Arsenal at the Emirates in the early kick-off today.

The England man spent most of his post match interview complaining about the referee and Arsenal players, accusing three of diving.

Noone wants to see diving in the game but there were two today, well three I think with Xhaka late on when Vydra goes through with him and I know he's dived because he's looking at the referee within a milisecond of going down.

I don't want to see that and I don't think anyone else should want to see that.

I can't accuse individuals but nobody wants to do anything about it. And to top it off, I think that's 60 games without a penalty.

I'm alarmed by how often it happens.

No-one wants to do anything about diving in the game apart from me.


Dyche's annoyances are surely exacerbated by the fact he finds his side in the relegation zone after 18 Premier League games, having been the league's breakaway success last season, qualifying for the Europa league in the process.

For the second time in recent weeks, Dyche has brushed up against his opponent in the dugout. Last week it was Jurgen Klopp and this week Unai Emery took exception to Dyche's remonstrating with the referee:

Dyche revealed that Emery was questioning his opponent for shouting at the referee, with the 47-year-old then confirming:


'You were questioning the referee'. I said yes I was.


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