Mean this metaphorically not literarily, Maupay is a ratty kind of player, feeds of scraps and not to be used as the main striker and think he is perfect for Dyche 2nd striker in the two up top where he can hassle and work opposition back line.What Dyche brings in is a different set of tactics. It was frustrating under Lampard as we never seemed to want to change our approach too much. Playing 2 strikers could ve world changing for us. Who knows, Maupay might actually bag some goals or assists if he has someone up there with him. And whiping the ball in with 2 big CFs in Dom and Simms certainly sounds appealing to me. Would have been nice to get another striker or winger in but we need to remember we are going to be playing a different style now. Part of me is actually kind of excited to watch us play now.
Agreed. We haven't been playing him to his strengths. He was never going to ve a back up target man for usMean this metaphorically not literarily, Maupay is a ratty kind of player, feeds of scraps and not to be used as the main striker and think he is perfect for Dyche 2nd striker in the two up top where he can hassle and work opposition back line.
You are spot on.Personally think he did well with the budget he had. And the last 18 months at yous he did predict you would likely go down without better investment. Think it was the season as you said you only signed a 4 choice keeper and dale Stephen’s. The season after with ageing squad you started to decline from there. Let me know if I am wrong though.
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Some of you don’t deserve this man. Or the lads that were top drawer up the road….
Buzzing for him.
No need. I have every confidence in him, tarky, keano and McNeil!Maybe wait till full-time.
we have some good defensive players, today is how we expect them to playNo need. I have every confidence in him, tarky, keano and McNeil!
Buzzing for him. You will finish mid table now he’s in the building.WOW!!! What a performance by our team. I know it’s only one game and only one result. But what a win - which hopefully ignites our resurgence for the rest of the season. The Sean Dyche era is up and running...
Hey hunHe had two good years and five bad ones. But because he had bad players, all of which were his signings to fit into his philosophy, that's viewed as doing really well in tough circumstances. I don't buy it.
Ahem!What I find encouraging is that Dyche's Burnley had a better record against teams in the lower half of the table than we have had for years. They also occasionally won against the so-called big six home and away. All of that done with a transfer budget of around three and sixpence ha'penny.
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