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“If they offered a bag of crisps & a pint of lager…” Levy Won’t Get A Bigger, Greener, Transfer Light – video
By Harry Hotspur -

Sean Dyche is quite possibly the business as far as football managers go; his behaviour is invariably honest, decent and entertaining, one would imagine he is much loved by Burnley fans. The 49-year-old knows his situation. The coach of a club with a limited budget and a limited allure. If Tottenham want Pope, then they will want big bucks. I’d take the big man’s words with a pinch of salt.

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East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago

He’s alright Dyche, just saying it like it is with his tongue in cheek. Sh*t, he’s almost normal!!

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
1 month ago
Reply to  East Stand

If dyche was at tottenham would you get behind him?

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago
Reply to  Tappaspur

If the football was both effective and we played in the Spurs tradition of being easy on they eye then of course I would.

He’d have a lot to prove to convince everyone he was up to the job coming from Burnley but if you’re doing the job well in the present then that’s all you need to do.

Most of the theory around Jose’s appointment and how good he still is, seems more based on what he’s done in the past. it’s the present that matters…

Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
1 month ago
Reply to  Tappaspur

Yes, he’s not a self obsessed egotist. Great football man with little or no track record however, but he’s a mensch. Love his attitude and think he could do better but the bookies favour Rogers following Maureen’s inevitable departure after Levy’s usual misjudgement to paper over the cracks.

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago
Reply to  Marbella Spur

Rodgers might take some shifting from Leicester though.

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
1 month ago
Reply to  East Stand

Pound notes are a great shifter.

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
1 month ago
Reply to  Marbella Spur

But he’s never been where top players/big clubs want to go. Getting top players to follow him then might be a challenge. If self obsession is what it takes to become the best maybe more managers should try it.