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You don't want to harp on, but the playing field is completely not level; that's the madness of it. Liverpool made seven changes today, for guys they have brought here for absolute fortunes. They're bringing players off the bench at £30m a time. We can't do that, but I actually believe in my players no matter how much they cost. Our job was to find a way of getting a point, and that's what we did.feedback
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Sep 20 2017
Sean Dyche has most recently been quoted in an article called Burnley demand explanation from Ladbrokes after sponsor taunts players. Sean Dyche said, “It's a strange business, football. Twenty-odd million they've made for a club [in transfer fees] and they get slaughtered. I don't know any more how fans react to players, ex-players, all that stuff, but that's football now. Those two have been fantastic servants to Leeds, if I'm honest. But Woody has done fantastically, walking on to our pitch and scoring, and again in the shootout.”. Sean Dyche has been quoted a grand total of 60 times in 31 articles.
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Sep 11 2017

We wanted to give him a platform to deliver. Tarky was immense. Some of his defending was outstanding.feedback

Aug 27 2017

Whether they were worried about their stadium was not something I was worried about.feedback

Aug 27 2017

I thought the substitutions made a difference. They don't every time. They changed their shape slightly and Woody got on and stretched them - 1-0 is always a funny situation. We were on the front foot. We really started to get involved in the game on an attacking basis.feedback

Aug 27 2017

Wherever you play Spurs they are a top side with fantastic individuals within a top side. I felt we handled the occasion well. Our keeper made two or three top saves. Theirs did as well.feedback

Aug 13 2017

We've had it happen many times since I've been at the club. Almost every year, every other year, arguably some of the best players go out of the building. It's not ideal, of course. Nobody wants to lose their best players. It's a reality of this club and some of the challenges it faces. It's not something I want to happen, but it happens. But it's more about focusing on what you're then going to do next. I'm not really one for crying at anything. I tend not to cry too much.feedback

May 21 2017

The only thing we know is that we're in a strong position. We will wait and see what the summer brings. He's (Keane) got a year to run on his contract. If nothing happens that's suitable for us, the situation will go on and he will carry on playing. The fact is that all parties are in the loop – I am, his agent is, he is, his family and our club.feedback

May 14 2017

It's not just the TV money – they'll support it beyond the TV money. This club itself [Bournemouth] have got a backer who has supported them hugely – right from its days in the Championship – a massive, massive amount of money that they've generated from his resource. We just haven't got that. Even if we did have, I'm not sure the club believe in that. The board want to run it as a business concern as well as have a football club and have it in good shape.feedback

May 14 2017

We've never been market leaders financially. We have money but it has to be managed wisely. If I was at another club and I didn't have that challenge, I'd manage whatever I had. If someone said, here's £200 million – we want you to go for your life' then I would because that's what I've been told to manage. When you're talking about the Premier League and half the Championship, the reality is you've got people who own the clubs who have hundreds and hundreds of millions. We haven't.feedback

Apr 29 2017

It's been a long wait and it's a tough challenge to go away in the Premier League, but the focus and mentality from the players was outstanding. We felt the tactical plan would be important, they're on a roll although they've had three games in a week. Keeping our two banks of four was an important factor. We had bodies around the ball when it dropped and we did the ugly stuff fantastically well. There were moments of quality too and you need those in the Premier League.feedback

Apr 29 2017

We normally like to press high and early but we came away with that slightly as they are not familiar with having the ball. The only challenge was that they put the ball in early and you have to be on your game. Our centre-backs were outstanding and we kept the ball when we needed to. We mixed it up and that was effective for us.feedback

Apr 29 2017

This win has been coming. We got our tactical plans right today, and the players delivered them to perfection.feedback

Apr 29 2017

He wouldn't have felt it, he's got a big head. Look, Keano often gets the headlines, but Tarky was making his first start against a player like [Christian] Benteke, gets hit by a lighter and still retains his focus. He was absolutely outstanding.feedback

Apr 28 2017

We as a club, without a shadow of a doubt, are in really good shape going into this last bunch of games. But we aren't naive enough to think it takes care of itself, because it doesn't. We have to take care of what we need to.feedback

Apr 27 2017

We know the rules. Joey knew the rules, let's make that clear. Everyone knows you don't gamble on football when you're in football. There's no trying to swerve what the incident is. It's the outcome of that and we fully accept the FA's decision. But I must make it clear, as Joey has in his statement, his integrity is clear. There's no pointed fingers at anything other than his personal bets on a game. No angles of consortium betting, no angles of trying to change results - just his personal betting on a game.feedback

Apr 27 2017

When you look at some of the other incidents down the years in football - time-wise or games-wise - I still think it's a little bit harsh. The legend that is Eric Cantona got a nine-month ban [for kicking a Crystal Palace supporter]. There''s no intent other than his own personal gambling, no attempt to change games. 18 months seems a long time to me.feedback

Apr 27 2017

Eighteen months seems a long time to me in light of other things I've seen in the sport.feedback

Apr 23 2017

Who knows what [how many points] we will need.feedback

Apr 23 2017

Until the moment it is all done we will keep fighting and see what we can get.feedback

Apr 23 2017

They are very strong, tactically, technically and with game knowledge. We huffed and puffed and stuck at it. They scored two poor goals from our point of view, we have to make a foul on the first one. We stuck at it. I am pleased with the mentality of the second half. They killed the game. They are a top side. That is the reality of playing some of the top sides. You can't always get above where you are.feedback

Apr 22 2017 - Manchester United

They're not short of options, without a shadow of a doubt. The one everyone thinks is not that good anymore, I think he's decent - the boy Rooney, I always think he ain't bad. I certainly think if they chose to play him, I don't think he would let anyone down. You get to an age where you're questioned regardless of performances. He's a top-class player; you can't achieve what he's achieved in the game and not be a top-class player. You can't cheat the system. Whatever his journey forward is he will remain a top-class player in my eyes.feedback

Apr 22 2017 - Manchester United

On that day I think they were the best side we've played this season. We had to give every bit of air in our lungs to try and get something. Tom made saves and the defensive unit just stuck to the task. They're a fine side, in my opinion. There's a bit of noise about them being up and down but I still think they're a really good side with a top-class manager.feedback

Apr 15 2017

They had three minutes where they turned up the heat.feedback

Apr 15 2017

I'm disappointed with the result but not the performance. That type of performance has to win you a game away from home eventually.feedback

Apr 04 2017

I just don't think they're thought of in the same way sometimes as what their foreign counterparts are. There's no angle in that, I just think it's the reality of where it's at.feedback

Apr 04 2017

Alan Pardew was spoken about as the England manager, then a few months later was out of a job because of the complexities of football. He is still a top-class manager. There's Sam Allardyce, of course, Eddie Howe is doing a fantastic job down at Bournemouth.feedback

Apr 04 2017

Maybe over time the feeling about football changes. I just don't think English managers have still got the kudos of some of their foreign counterparts. That's not a big deal, that's the nature of what it is at the moment. I think for Arsenal I need some more experience, more depth to my experience, more growth as a manager and I think it's fair to say that we're working hard at what we do here. I just think it's a reality, I don't think it's sad at all. The nature of the market is that. There's some really good British managers out there. Tony [Pulis] is well versed in what's going on.feedback

Apr 03 2017

As the season goes on and things adjust due to results, people soon forget that everyone gave us no chance of even being in the division let alone anything else. We haven't lost sight of the realities, we know it's a tough challenge and it still will be. There are important games coming up and they will be important for everyone.feedback

Apr 01 2017

It is not rocket science to work out there's a few interested. This club is in unbelievable shape. Have you seen the finances? Incredible. In my time here there has only been one time, Charlie Austin [in 2013], where we have had to sell a player. We have never had to sell, apart from that one where he was running out of contract and the club needed the money, literally needed the money. Since then, we have been in good shape.feedback

Mar 16 2017

There were a lot of good signs. We've got to keep creating and scoring goals. The fine details have gone against us, but we're not a million miles away. We were pleased with a lot of things at Liverpool. It was a huge step forward after Swansea [City], we got back to what we are about.feedback

Mar 16 2017

They have been here long enough to mature with the team with a good thing for us and for them. Both have been fantastic with what they've done for us and now we'll see what they do on international duty.feedback

Feb 18 2017

They used everything they needed to use. They played our pitch well, played resolutely with their back four not going anywhere and they got the ball forward. I think they only had one chance, credit to them. My team were nowhere near the level they can show.feedback

Feb 04 2017

We knew this was a tough part of the season and we're still in good shape. We've earned the right to be in good shape and we need to focus and concentrate on the challenge in front of us. The next game [at home to Stoke City on Tuesday] comes quickly.feedback

Feb 04 2017

I thought for the first half it was a very good performance. And in the second half we started strong and we were in it, but we gave a really poor goal away and it changed the whole feeling. They're a good side obviously, they're second in the Premier League for a reason and they kept the ball better. I was pleased with the team we picked and the way we delivered a performance until the goal, which defused us and it gave them a lift.feedback

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