Sport Bilic: Dyche could manage England

18:46  12 october  2017
18:46  12 october  2017 Source:   Sky Sports

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Although he wouldn’t be viewed as a particularly exotic or exciting appointment, Dyche would offer sustainability, honesty and graft. Again, the former England manager may not an appointment to set the pulses racing, but Oct 3, 2017. Read more. West Ham’s Full-back Balance Could Save Bilić .

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Burnley boss Sean Dyche is good enough to manage England in the future, according to his West Ham counterpart Slaven Bilic.

Dyche has guided Burnley to sixth place in the Premier League after claiming points off the likes of Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool at the start of the new season.

The Hammers travel to Turf Moor on Saturday in search of their first away win of the campaign and Bilic admits the Clarets' strong start to the campaign has taken him by surprise.

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Burnley defender Michael Duff believes Clarets boss Sean Dyche could one day manage England . I've learned a lot from him, little things he does, and I think he will go on to be a top manager .” Duff also has hopes of following Dyche into management after retirement.

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"He's definitely a good manager. Does their start surprise me? Yes, it did, especially their away form because last year they waited until March or whenever to beat Palace away and get that first away win," said Bilic.

"If you ask which team has beat Chelsea and Everton and drew against Spurs and Liverpool and didn't know it was them, you would say Manchester United and not Burnley.

"It's a big achievement and it did surprise me, but they now have experience of the Premier League and have confidence and play with more bravery and more freedom when they have the ball, but they didn't lose the steeliness and compactness that is still the core of their philosophy.

"They are a very good team and all the credit goes to Sean Dyche."

When asked if Dyche could become England manager in the future, Bilic added: "Why not, definitely.

"It is always good for the national team to have a domestic manager. It is not a club - you have to understand the whole nation and the culture, the history, the legacy, the expectations.

"He is definitely one of them that has it. He is young, he looks strong and he's got that voice! I'm joking, but he is doing a really good job.

"Last year his success was a bit underrated and he is still at Burnley, which makes it easier in a daily job because you can afford some bad games.

"But on the other hand it makes it harder to get that ultimate recognition."

Wood earns Burnley late point .
Chris Wood's 85th-minute header salvaged a 1-1 draw for Burnley against 10-man West Ham at Turf Moor on Saturday. Michail Antonio gave West Ham the lead after 19 minutes, with the former Nottingham Forest man latching onto Joe Hart's long ball and rounding Nick Pope to score.But Andy Carroll was sent off for two bookings in quick succession 10 minutes later, and Burnley's pressure finally told late on as Wood met Johann Gudmundsson's cross.Burnley remain in the top six despite failing once more to replicate their away form, while West Ham rise two places to 14th, above Brighton and Stoke City.

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