Trippier: Dyche has made Burnley tougher

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KIERAN Trippier has credited manager Sean Dyche for making Burnley mentally tough enough for a top two tussle.

The Clarets maintained a four-point gap over third placed Queens Park Rangers after they slipped to a 3-1 defeat at home to Reading on Sunday, 24 hours after Dyche’s side had come back from behind to earn a draw at Bournemouth.

It was one of the 16 occasions that Burnley have gone into the break level and come out of the game with at least a point.

All told, they have won six, drawn nine and lost just once when drawing at half-time earning 27 of their 60 points.

In 31 games the Clarets have trailed five times going into the second half, but have recovered to draw three of them. While on the 10 occasions the Clarets have gone into the break ahead, they have gone on to win them all.

Trippier says the statistics don’t just showcase the team’s increased fitness levels, but a strong mindset too.

And the right back insists that is all down to Dyche.

“When we went down at Leicester, we were 1-0 down at half-time and it could’ve been four, but he didn’t go mad, he didn’t get angry. He just told us how good we are as players and we should go out there and believe,” he said.

“We went out there and got an early goal and got the draw.

“He doesn’t hammer people, he just gives you a lot of confidence and lets you know what you can do better.

“He doesn’t go mad, he just lets you know what you can do in the second half to make an impact.

“His man management is really good and he lets you know if you’re out of line and when you're doing well.

“He’s done an unbelievable job.”

Trippier revealed he felt the benefit of Dyche’s words of guidance and wisdom most recently when he endured a difficult start against Bolton last week – a game the Clarets went on to win 1-0 after a goalless first half.

“For the second half at Bolton for instance, he just let me know not to dive in on Chung Yong Lee and I thought I defended better,” the former Manchester City defender continued.

“He hasn’t ever ‘lost it’ with the players, he just lets you know that you can do better.”

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11:31am Wed 19 Feb 14

McClaret says...

Hello Fake Bristols. About as good to see you back as Domestos is welcomed in turdy city. Interested to see what drivel you can concoct out of the form table today. (Not)

To those who know something about football............
.........
We will need to show all that inner strength over the next 2 games. Personally I would take 4 points now if offered, however we all know we can take more if we are at our best. Lots to win but more to lose and draws against your rivals at this stage of the season are not to be sniffed at, especially when you are above them. That said I believe we are more than capable of beating both sides as we have already done this season.
I wouldn't be surprised to see Forest try and strangle the game whereas I think Derby might come to win as it seems to be their way of playing. I would back us in an open game anytime.
UTC
Hello Fake Bristols. About as good to see you back as Domestos is welcomed in turdy city. Interested to see what drivel you can concoct out of the form table today. (Not) To those who know something about football............ ......... We will need to show all that inner strength over the next 2 games. Personally I would take 4 points now if offered, however we all know we can take more if we are at our best. Lots to win but more to lose and draws against your rivals at this stage of the season are not to be sniffed at, especially when you are above them. That said I believe we are more than capable of beating both sides as we have already done this season. I wouldn't be surprised to see Forest try and strangle the game whereas I think Derby might come to win as it seems to be their way of playing. I would back us in an open game anytime. UTC McClaret
  • Score: 8

12:03pm Wed 19 Feb 14

BubblePopFC_11K_Fans says...

The article is correct, Dyche has made Burnley tougher, tougher to watch judging by the paltry home attendances. Second in the league and only 11000, still the supporters aren't fooled and know the Devon Loch finish is right on cue. I've got me popcorn and slushie ready to watch it all unfold. Better still, now I have sky+ I can watch it over and over again.
The article is correct, Dyche has made Burnley tougher, tougher to watch judging by the paltry home attendances. Second in the league and only 11000, still the supporters aren't fooled and know the Devon Loch finish is right on cue. I've got me popcorn and slushie ready to watch it all unfold. Better still, now I have sky+ I can watch it over and over again. BubblePopFC_11K_Fans
  • Score: -18

12:40pm Wed 19 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

BubblePopFC_11K_Fans wrote:
The article is correct, Dyche has made Burnley tougher, tougher to watch judging by the paltry home attendances. Second in the league and only 11000, still the supporters aren't fooled and know the Devon Loch finish is right on cue. I've got me popcorn and slushie ready to watch it all unfold. Better still, now I have sky+ I can watch it over and over again.
And here he is again, Catweasel with the old attendance jibes, completely failing to grasp the comedy in his ramblings given that per head of population Burnley attract the bigger crowd. Always have, always will. Someone should tell him to stop making a fool of himself.

17 points you imbecile.
[quote][p][bold]BubblePopFC_11K_Fans[/bold] wrote: The article is correct, Dyche has made Burnley tougher, tougher to watch judging by the paltry home attendances. Second in the league and only 11000, still the supporters aren't fooled and know the Devon Loch finish is right on cue. I've got me popcorn and slushie ready to watch it all unfold. Better still, now I have sky+ I can watch it over and over again.[/p][/quote]And here he is again, Catweasel with the old attendance jibes, completely failing to grasp the comedy in his ramblings given that per head of population Burnley attract the bigger crowd. Always have, always will. Someone should tell him to stop making a fool of himself. 17 points you imbecile. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: 10

1:02pm Wed 19 Feb 14

BubblePopFC_11K_Fans says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
BubblePopFC_11K_Fans wrote:
The article is correct, Dyche has made Burnley tougher, tougher to watch judging by the paltry home attendances. Second in the league and only 11000, still the supporters aren't fooled and know the Devon Loch finish is right on cue. I've got me popcorn and slushie ready to watch it all unfold. Better still, now I have sky+ I can watch it over and over again.
And here he is again, Catweasel with the old attendance jibes, completely failing to grasp the comedy in his ramblings given that per head of population Burnley attract the bigger crowd. Always have, always will. Someone should tell him to stop making a fool of himself.

17 points you imbecile.
Sorry, forgot Dingles have their own counting system other than decimal. More fans than Barcelona
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BubblePopFC_11K_Fans[/bold] wrote: The article is correct, Dyche has made Burnley tougher, tougher to watch judging by the paltry home attendances. Second in the league and only 11000, still the supporters aren't fooled and know the Devon Loch finish is right on cue. I've got me popcorn and slushie ready to watch it all unfold. Better still, now I have sky+ I can watch it over and over again.[/p][/quote]And here he is again, Catweasel with the old attendance jibes, completely failing to grasp the comedy in his ramblings given that per head of population Burnley attract the bigger crowd. Always have, always will. Someone should tell him to stop making a fool of himself. 17 points you imbecile.[/p][/quote]Sorry, forgot Dingles have their own counting system other than decimal. More fans than Barcelona BubblePopFC_11K_Fans
  • Score: -6

2:04pm Wed 19 Feb 14

u owe u owe says...

BubblePopFC_11K_Fans wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
BubblePopFC_11K_Fans wrote:
The article is correct, Dyche has made Burnley tougher, tougher to watch judging by the paltry home attendances. Second in the league and only 11000, still the supporters aren't fooled and know the Devon Loch finish is right on cue. I've got me popcorn and slushie ready to watch it all unfold. Better still, now I have sky+ I can watch it over and over again.
And here he is again, Catweasel with the old attendance jibes, completely failing to grasp the comedy in his ramblings given that per head of population Burnley attract the bigger crowd. Always have, always will. Someone should tell him to stop making a fool of himself.

17 points you imbecile.
Sorry, forgot Dingles have their own counting system other than decimal. More fans than Barcelona
Unlike the counting system that Venkyvilles employ (only scumburn with darwen count).
[quote][p][bold]BubblePopFC_11K_Fans[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BubblePopFC_11K_Fans[/bold] wrote: The article is correct, Dyche has made Burnley tougher, tougher to watch judging by the paltry home attendances. Second in the league and only 11000, still the supporters aren't fooled and know the Devon Loch finish is right on cue. I've got me popcorn and slushie ready to watch it all unfold. Better still, now I have sky+ I can watch it over and over again.[/p][/quote]And here he is again, Catweasel with the old attendance jibes, completely failing to grasp the comedy in his ramblings given that per head of population Burnley attract the bigger crowd. Always have, always will. Someone should tell him to stop making a fool of himself. 17 points you imbecile.[/p][/quote]Sorry, forgot Dingles have their own counting system other than decimal. More fans than Barcelona[/p][/quote]Unlike the counting system that Venkyvilles employ (only scumburn with darwen count). u owe u owe
  • Score: 5

2:59pm Wed 19 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

BubblePopFC_11K_Fans wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
BubblePopFC_11K_Fans wrote:
The article is correct, Dyche has made Burnley tougher, tougher to watch judging by the paltry home attendances. Second in the league and only 11000, still the supporters aren't fooled and know the Devon Loch finish is right on cue. I've got me popcorn and slushie ready to watch it all unfold. Better still, now I have sky+ I can watch it over and over again.
And here he is again, Catweasel with the old attendance jibes, completely failing to grasp the comedy in his ramblings given that per head of population Burnley attract the bigger crowd. Always have, always will. Someone should tell him to stop making a fool of himself.

17 points you imbecile.
Sorry, forgot Dingles have their own counting system other than decimal. More fans than Barcelona
Can you count as high as 17?
[quote][p][bold]BubblePopFC_11K_Fans[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BubblePopFC_11K_Fans[/bold] wrote: The article is correct, Dyche has made Burnley tougher, tougher to watch judging by the paltry home attendances. Second in the league and only 11000, still the supporters aren't fooled and know the Devon Loch finish is right on cue. I've got me popcorn and slushie ready to watch it all unfold. Better still, now I have sky+ I can watch it over and over again.[/p][/quote]And here he is again, Catweasel with the old attendance jibes, completely failing to grasp the comedy in his ramblings given that per head of population Burnley attract the bigger crowd. Always have, always will. Someone should tell him to stop making a fool of himself. 17 points you imbecile.[/p][/quote]Sorry, forgot Dingles have their own counting system other than decimal. More fans than Barcelona[/p][/quote]Can you count as high as 17? look.up.blackburn
  • Score: 3

4:20pm Wed 19 Feb 14

houseclaret says...

McClaret wrote:
Hello Fake Bristols. About as good to see you back as Domestos is welcomed in turdy city. Interested to see what drivel you can concoct out of the form table today. (Not)

To those who know something about football............

.........
We will need to show all that inner strength over the next 2 games. Personally I would take 4 points now if offered, however we all know we can take more if we are at our best. Lots to win but more to lose and draws against your rivals at this stage of the season are not to be sniffed at, especially when you are above them. That said I believe we are more than capable of beating both sides as we have already done this season.
I wouldn't be surprised to see Forest try and strangle the game whereas I think Derby might come to win as it seems to be their way of playing. I would back us in an open game anytime.
UTC
Agree with all that, mate. Especially the 4 points. Was thinking exactly the same an hour ago.
[quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Hello Fake Bristols. About as good to see you back as Domestos is welcomed in turdy city. Interested to see what drivel you can concoct out of the form table today. (Not) To those who know something about football............ ......... We will need to show all that inner strength over the next 2 games. Personally I would take 4 points now if offered, however we all know we can take more if we are at our best. Lots to win but more to lose and draws against your rivals at this stage of the season are not to be sniffed at, especially when you are above them. That said I believe we are more than capable of beating both sides as we have already done this season. I wouldn't be surprised to see Forest try and strangle the game whereas I think Derby might come to win as it seems to be their way of playing. I would back us in an open game anytime. UTC[/p][/quote]Agree with all that, mate. Especially the 4 points. Was thinking exactly the same an hour ago. houseclaret
  • Score: 1

4:28pm Wed 19 Feb 14

houseclaret says...

Radio Lancashire, Monday night football show. Official: Burnley have the 6th best away support in the championship!! If we lack numbers because of the local economy (as I've posted before) we don't lack commitment. Now I ask myself, "Which would I prefer, a team second in the table and winning plaudits from all over the place or a team struggling in mid-table with an average attendance a couple of thousand more than ours (at best, despite the 50% higher population - fact)?" Well, I'll leave others to answer that one.
Radio Lancashire, Monday night football show. Official: Burnley have the 6th best away support in the championship!! If we lack numbers because of the local economy (as I've posted before) we don't lack commitment. Now I ask myself, "Which would I prefer, a team second in the table and winning plaudits from all over the place or a team struggling in mid-table with an average attendance a couple of thousand more than ours (at best, despite the 50% higher population - fact)?" Well, I'll leave others to answer that one. houseclaret
  • Score: 2

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