Stephen Ward: 'Blow if Burnley lose Sean Dyche'

'Sean Dyche leaving would be a blow,' says Burnley's Stephen Ward

'Sean Dyche leaving would be a blow,' says Burnley's Stephen Ward

The Clarets' boss has headed the betting for the job ever since Ronald Koeman was dismissed from his post last week, but now Sky Sports News are reporting the club want to make Dyche their next manager.

SEAN DYCHE INSISTS the prospect of being offered the manager's job at Everton will not distract him from the task in hand at Burnley. "It'd be a blow to lose him", the Burnley defender said.

Realistically, Dyche is not going to be handed a top-six job so the opportunity to manage Everton can not be turned down.

TMW claim Burnley are considering the Reading manager to replace Dyche should he leave.

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"It's not something we're thinking about right now (shortlist of replacements), there is one person on our list and that is Sean Dyche".

Burnley are now seventh in the Premier League after 10 games, having won four times so far this season.

From Burnley's perspective, Gary Neville added on MNF that the Clarets must do all they can to keep the 46-year-old at the club for at least the remainder of the campaign.

Everton have lost both of their games under current caretaker manager David Unsworth so far, losing 2-1 to Chelsea in the Carabao Cup fourth round and being beaten 2-0 by Leicester in the Premier League on Sunday, leaving them 18th in the table.

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Sam Allardyce is the favourite to take over at Goodison Park but Dyche is a close second with the bookies.

Sean Dyche continues to be linked with the vacant Everton job.

They have been renowned for their high energy levels throughout their manager's tenure and Ward, who has previously worked under the likes of Mick McCarthy, Martin O'Neill and Giovanni Trapattoni for club and country, admits nobody has worked him harder than Dyche.

"I just keep getting on with my job, simple as that", Dyche told Sky Sports, when asked what he would do if a call came in from Everton. Everton are the next step.

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