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Burnley manager Sean Dyche not panicking about his team's result

Thu 05 November 2020 | 11:04

Burnley manager Sean Dyche believes 'panic never solves anything' while his team have just gained one point from all of their six matches so far with keeping just one clean sheet and scoring just three goals.

Sean Dyche

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Burnley

manager, believes that there is no need to be concerned excessively with his side bottom of the Premier League table at this time of the season but he also admits that winning a match would be ‘psychologically good for the group.’

The Clarets have just gained one point from all of their six matches so far with keeping just one clean sheet and scoring just three goals, however, Dyche is not panicking.

“I never thought panic solves anything,” he said prior to a trip to Brighton, themselves just four points ahead.

“Would I like to be up the league, quite obviously, but there are only two things that can happen: you either go sideways and stay where you are or you go upwards.

“I say ‘there’s the table, there’s the facts’. I’ve never been one to overthink it at this stage of the season because that has never proved anything at this stage.

“The main focus for me is you want to get that first win, psychologically it is good for the group.

“Ideally you want to get that through performance but you’ll take it however it comes. But you have to work to get that.

“The focus is on us to perform. I would take an ugly win or a lucky one but the ideal way is to earn the right to win games and if you do that it is a better base to continue on from.

“You get your first win and the story changes somewhat.”

Burnley had gone through many struggles in the top flight and its manager has not any doubt about his players and their mindset and mentality.

“I don’t personally worry too much about the outside view,” he added.

“We have a group who has experienced this and know what is required and it is about delivering it rather than waiting for it to happen.

“There is an open-mindedness from me within the group and I trust them to deliver.

“You can’t have six out of seven seasons in the Premier League and not know how that worked with a group who has been here for a while.”


source: SportMob