Burnley boss Dyche misses out on LMA honour

Sean Dyche

Sean Dyche

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BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche has missed out on the LMA's Championship manager of the year award to Leicester City's Nigel Pearson.

Pearson was announced as the winner at an awards ceremony in London tonight after guiding Leicester to the Championship title.

He pipped Dyche to the award despite the Clarets boss securing automatic promotion against all odds this season.

Dyche - but not Pearson - made the final shortlist for the overall LMA manager of the year award together with Liverpool's Brendan Rodgers, Crystal Palace's Tony Pulis and Everton's Roberto Martinez. Rodgers won the honour.

Bournemouth's former Burnley boss Eddie Howe and Wigan's Uwe Rosler were also contenders for the Championship award.

Former Burnley assistant boss Russ Wilcox won the League Two manager of the year award after taking Scunthorpe United to automatic promotion.

He also claimed a special rmerit award, which he received from Sir Alex Ferguson, for breaking a world record with a 28-match unbeaten start to his reign as Scunthorpe boss.

Pulis won the Premier League award, while Wolves' Kenny Jackett and Leyton Orient's Russell Slade shared the League One honour.

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5:42am Tue 13 May 14

ChickinLickin says...

Rediculous!!! If any manager deserved that award it is Mr Dyche. The result makes me think it's not worth winning
Rediculous!!! If any manager deserved that award it is Mr Dyche. The result makes me think it's not worth winning ChickinLickin
  • Score: 7

6:29am Tue 13 May 14

Chris P Bacon says...

Not worth winning. They've just rubber-stamped first place without taking into consideration the much larger achievement pulled off against massive odds by Dyche.
Not worth winning. They've just rubber-stamped first place without taking into consideration the much larger achievement pulled off against massive odds by Dyche. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 9

7:57am Tue 13 May 14

A Darener says...

Must be the start of the downfall.
Must be the start of the downfall. A Darener
  • Score: -11

8:15am Tue 13 May 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

And so it begins the Dingles getting upset like the old days , never mind just wait until you are getting pasted every week! What then Dyche Out? We are still waiting for your predictions on next season ie transfer targets, budget etc? Oh sorry what was i thinking your all too busy posting on our site, my my we will have some fun on here lads. RTID
And so it begins the Dingles getting upset like the old days , never mind just wait until you are getting pasted every week! What then Dyche Out? We are still waiting for your predictions on next season ie transfer targets, budget etc? Oh sorry what was i thinking your all too busy posting on our site, my my we will have some fun on here lads. RTID George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: -6

8:23am Tue 13 May 14

garry_stockton says...

The manager of the year should go to the winnersof the respective leagues.............
................
SD should have been up for a special award , based on what football is about.......operatin
g with what you have got , not what you havent got or cant afford. Sh-tewood folk wont understand because that is why they cannot attract the right calibre of manager to their animal farm, and why they are in the proverbial farm yard mire. SD will prove he is a good manager by maintaining his dignity and Burnley FC's and doing what we all expect, and that is playing attractive football in the PREMIER league
The manager of the year should go to the winnersof the respective leagues............. ................ SD should have been up for a special award , based on what football is about.......operatin g with what you have got , not what you havent got or cant afford. Sh-tewood folk wont understand because that is why they cannot attract the right calibre of manager to their animal farm, and why they are in the proverbial farm yard mire. SD will prove he is a good manager by maintaining his dignity and Burnley FC's and doing what we all expect, and that is playing attractive football in the PREMIER league garry_stockton
  • Score: 2

8:26am Tue 13 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

We all know who the real winner was. Sean Dyche has taken Burnley into the Premier League after spending £400k. Simply incredible.

And quite bizarre that we have two no-dads commenting, the desperation to have something to gloat about is overwhelming for some of them.

So Burnley's manager narrowly misses out on the Manager of the Year award for taking Burnley into the Premier League and that's the start of the downfall?

What if he keeps us up? Would they deny him the award next time?

I love how much shame we've heaped on them this season. Love it.
We all know who the real winner was. Sean Dyche has taken Burnley into the Premier League after spending £400k. Simply incredible. And quite bizarre that we have two no-dads commenting, the desperation to have something to gloat about is overwhelming for some of them. So Burnley's manager narrowly misses out on the Manager of the Year award for taking Burnley into the Premier League and that's the start of the downfall? What if he keeps us up? Would they deny him the award next time? I love how much shame we've heaped on them this season. Love it. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 4

8:36am Tue 13 May 14

A Darener says...

SC, pots, kettle, black! You and your fellow stirrers spent the last few years gloating about the demise of the Rovers. It is obvious that from now on it will be our turn to gloat as we see that what happens to Burnley from now on.
SC, pots, kettle, black! You and your fellow stirrers spent the last few years gloating about the demise of the Rovers. It is obvious that from now on it will be our turn to gloat as we see that what happens to Burnley from now on. A Darener
  • Score: -2

8:59am Tue 13 May 14

34 years says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
We all know who the real winner was. Sean Dyche has taken Burnley into the Premier League after spending £400k. Simply incredible.

And quite bizarre that we have two no-dads commenting, the desperation to have something to gloat about is overwhelming for some of them.

So Burnley's manager narrowly misses out on the Manager of the Year award for taking Burnley into the Premier League and that's the start of the downfall?

What if he keeps us up? Would they deny him the award next time?

I love how much shame we've heaped on them this season. Love it.
34 years
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: We all know who the real winner was. Sean Dyche has taken Burnley into the Premier League after spending £400k. Simply incredible. And quite bizarre that we have two no-dads commenting, the desperation to have something to gloat about is overwhelming for some of them. So Burnley's manager narrowly misses out on the Manager of the Year award for taking Burnley into the Premier League and that's the start of the downfall? What if he keeps us up? Would they deny him the award next time? I love how much shame we've heaped on them this season. Love it.[/p][/quote]34 years 34 years
  • Score: -4

9:06am Tue 13 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
We all know who the real winner was. Sean Dyche has taken Burnley into the Premier League after spending £400k. Simply incredible.

And quite bizarre that we have two no-dads commenting, the desperation to have something to gloat about is overwhelming for some of them.

So Burnley's manager narrowly misses out on the Manager of the Year award for taking Burnley into the Premier League and that's the start of the downfall?

What if he keeps us up? Would they deny him the award next time?

I love how much shame we've heaped on them this season. Love it.
34 years
Since you last saw your father?
[quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: We all know who the real winner was. Sean Dyche has taken Burnley into the Premier League after spending £400k. Simply incredible. And quite bizarre that we have two no-dads commenting, the desperation to have something to gloat about is overwhelming for some of them. So Burnley's manager narrowly misses out on the Manager of the Year award for taking Burnley into the Premier League and that's the start of the downfall? What if he keeps us up? Would they deny him the award next time? I love how much shame we've heaped on them this season. Love it.[/p][/quote]34 years[/p][/quote]Since you last saw your father? Super_Clarets
  • Score: 5

9:20am Tue 13 May 14

midas says...

34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote: We all know who the real winner was. Sean Dyche has taken Burnley into the Premier League after spending £400k. Simply incredible. And quite bizarre that we have two no-dads commenting, the desperation to have something to gloat about is overwhelming for some of them. So Burnley's manager narrowly misses out on the Manager of the Year award for taking Burnley into the Premier League and that's the start of the downfall? What if he keeps us up? Would they deny him the award next time? I love how much shame we've heaped on them this season. Love it.
34 years
43 years
[quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: We all know who the real winner was. Sean Dyche has taken Burnley into the Premier League after spending £400k. Simply incredible. And quite bizarre that we have two no-dads commenting, the desperation to have something to gloat about is overwhelming for some of them. So Burnley's manager narrowly misses out on the Manager of the Year award for taking Burnley into the Premier League and that's the start of the downfall? What if he keeps us up? Would they deny him the award next time? I love how much shame we've heaped on them this season. Love it.[/p][/quote]34 years[/p][/quote]43 years midas
  • Score: 4

9:22am Tue 13 May 14

digitusjonfred says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
We all know who the real winner was. Sean Dyche has taken Burnley into the Premier League after spending £400k. Simply incredible.

And quite bizarre that we have two no-dads commenting, the desperation to have something to gloat about is overwhelming for some of them.

So Burnley's manager narrowly misses out on the Manager of the Year award for taking Burnley into the Premier League and that's the start of the downfall?

What if he keeps us up? Would they deny him the award next time?

I love how much shame we've heaped on them this season. Love it.
34 years
Since you last saw your father?
Super-claret..Super-
tosser .. FULL STOP !!
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: We all know who the real winner was. Sean Dyche has taken Burnley into the Premier League after spending £400k. Simply incredible. And quite bizarre that we have two no-dads commenting, the desperation to have something to gloat about is overwhelming for some of them. So Burnley's manager narrowly misses out on the Manager of the Year award for taking Burnley into the Premier League and that's the start of the downfall? What if he keeps us up? Would they deny him the award next time? I love how much shame we've heaped on them this season. Love it.[/p][/quote]34 years[/p][/quote]Since you last saw your father?[/p][/quote]Super-claret..Super- tosser .. FULL STOP !! digitusjonfred
  • Score: -2

9:25am Tue 13 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

digitusjonfred wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
We all know who the real winner was. Sean Dyche has taken Burnley into the Premier League after spending £400k. Simply incredible.

And quite bizarre that we have two no-dads commenting, the desperation to have something to gloat about is overwhelming for some of them.

So Burnley's manager narrowly misses out on the Manager of the Year award for taking Burnley into the Premier League and that's the start of the downfall?

What if he keeps us up? Would they deny him the award next time?

I love how much shame we've heaped on them this season. Love it.
34 years
Since you last saw your father?
Super-claret..Super-

tosser .. FULL STOP !!
Another one with daddy issues I see.

I always feel sorry for you lot on the third Sunday of June. It must be such a confusing and upsetting time.
[quote][p][bold]digitusjonfred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: We all know who the real winner was. Sean Dyche has taken Burnley into the Premier League after spending £400k. Simply incredible. And quite bizarre that we have two no-dads commenting, the desperation to have something to gloat about is overwhelming for some of them. So Burnley's manager narrowly misses out on the Manager of the Year award for taking Burnley into the Premier League and that's the start of the downfall? What if he keeps us up? Would they deny him the award next time? I love how much shame we've heaped on them this season. Love it.[/p][/quote]34 years[/p][/quote]Since you last saw your father?[/p][/quote]Super-claret..Super- tosser .. FULL STOP !![/p][/quote]Another one with daddy issues I see. I always feel sorry for you lot on the third Sunday of June. It must be such a confusing and upsetting time. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 4

10:04am Tue 13 May 14

McClaret says...

A Darener wrote:
SC, pots, kettle, black! You and your fellow stirrers spent the last few years gloating about the demise of the Rovers. It is obvious that from now on it will be our turn to gloat as we see that what happens to Burnley from now on.
Blackburn who?

They always award the honour to the Championship (And usually prem) to the manager that finishes top of the pile. Pelligrini didn't get it because he had so much money, squad etc, O hang on a minute, slight contradiction there then from the LMA, which is why I for one take this with the pinch of salt it deserves.
Not long now until our fixtures are out and the planning begins in earnest. Lots of no dads saying we will achieve what we did last time. I would take Be nice to take 7 points off the top 4 again.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: SC, pots, kettle, black! You and your fellow stirrers spent the last few years gloating about the demise of the Rovers. It is obvious that from now on it will be our turn to gloat as we see that what happens to Burnley from now on.[/p][/quote]Blackburn who? They always award the honour to the Championship (And usually prem) to the manager that finishes top of the pile. Pelligrini didn't get it because he had so much money, squad etc, O hang on a minute, slight contradiction there then from the LMA, which is why I for one take this with the pinch of salt it deserves. Not long now until our fixtures are out and the planning begins in earnest. Lots of no dads saying we will achieve what we did last time. I would take Be nice to take 7 points off the top 4 again. McClaret
  • Score: 2

10:24am Tue 13 May 14

34 years says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
We all know who the real winner was. Sean Dyche has taken Burnley into the Premier League after spending £400k. Simply incredible.

And quite bizarre that we have two no-dads commenting, the desperation to have something to gloat about is overwhelming for some of them.

So Burnley's manager narrowly misses out on the Manager of the Year award for taking Burnley into the Premier League and that's the start of the downfall?

What if he keeps us up? Would they deny him the award next time?

I love how much shame we've heaped on them this season. Love it.
34 years
Since you last saw your father?
Longer than that, actually. No, 34 years is the time it took you to beat your nearest rivals, which will never ever be equalled anywhere, any time.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: We all know who the real winner was. Sean Dyche has taken Burnley into the Premier League after spending £400k. Simply incredible. And quite bizarre that we have two no-dads commenting, the desperation to have something to gloat about is overwhelming for some of them. So Burnley's manager narrowly misses out on the Manager of the Year award for taking Burnley into the Premier League and that's the start of the downfall? What if he keeps us up? Would they deny him the award next time? I love how much shame we've heaped on them this season. Love it.[/p][/quote]34 years[/p][/quote]Since you last saw your father?[/p][/quote]Longer than that, actually. No, 34 years is the time it took you to beat your nearest rivals, which will never ever be equalled anywhere, any time. 34 years
  • Score: -1

10:48am Tue 13 May 14

RobH2O says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
And so it begins the Dingles getting upset like the old days , never mind just wait until you are getting pasted every week! What then Dyche Out? We are still waiting for your predictions on next season ie transfer targets, budget etc? Oh sorry what was i thinking your all too busy posting on our site, my my we will have some fun on here lads. RTID
Challenged by the English language and standard thought pressures eh? Well, i look froward to laughing like a drain at your future attempts to communicate and make a valid point. You are pure comedy at its most basic.

Don't give up the day job!
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: And so it begins the Dingles getting upset like the old days , never mind just wait until you are getting pasted every week! What then Dyche Out? We are still waiting for your predictions on next season ie transfer targets, budget etc? Oh sorry what was i thinking your all too busy posting on our site, my my we will have some fun on here lads. RTID[/p][/quote]Challenged by the English language and standard thought pressures eh? Well, i look froward to laughing like a drain at your future attempts to communicate and make a valid point. You are pure comedy at its most basic. Don't give up the day job! RobH2O
  • Score: 6

11:01am Tue 13 May 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Pity he deserved it for dragging our small derelict supporterless arse over the finish line. Credit where its due, he deserves the honour just for being here.
Pity he deserved it for dragging our small derelict supporterless arse over the finish line. Credit where its due, he deserves the honour just for being here. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -5

11:13am Tue 13 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
We all know who the real winner was. Sean Dyche has taken Burnley into the Premier League after spending £400k. Simply incredible.

And quite bizarre that we have two no-dads commenting, the desperation to have something to gloat about is overwhelming for some of them.

So Burnley's manager narrowly misses out on the Manager of the Year award for taking Burnley into the Premier League and that's the start of the downfall?

What if he keeps us up? Would they deny him the award next time?

I love how much shame we've heaped on them this season. Love it.
34 years
Since you last saw your father?
Longer than that, actually. No, 34 years is the time it took you to beat your nearest rivals, which will never ever be equalled anywhere, any time.
Still hurts you so much doesn't it.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.
Burnley Promoted to the Premier League.
Blackburn Rovers prevented from reaching the play-off's by virtue of the 3 points that Burnley took of you.
Burnley receiving a minimum £120million.
Blackburn Rovers already £60million+ in debt and yet to face Financial Fair Play punishment for massive overspending.

Embarrassed for you pal if that's what we've reduced you to. What a pitiful excuse for a no-dad.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER...... LOVE CLARETS.x
[quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: We all know who the real winner was. Sean Dyche has taken Burnley into the Premier League after spending £400k. Simply incredible. And quite bizarre that we have two no-dads commenting, the desperation to have something to gloat about is overwhelming for some of them. So Burnley's manager narrowly misses out on the Manager of the Year award for taking Burnley into the Premier League and that's the start of the downfall? What if he keeps us up? Would they deny him the award next time? I love how much shame we've heaped on them this season. Love it.[/p][/quote]34 years[/p][/quote]Since you last saw your father?[/p][/quote]Longer than that, actually. No, 34 years is the time it took you to beat your nearest rivals, which will never ever be equalled anywhere, any time.[/p][/quote]Still hurts you so much doesn't it. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Burnley Promoted to the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers prevented from reaching the play-off's by virtue of the 3 points that Burnley took of you. Burnley receiving a minimum £120million. Blackburn Rovers already £60million+ in debt and yet to face Financial Fair Play punishment for massive overspending. Embarrassed for you pal if that's what we've reduced you to. What a pitiful excuse for a no-dad. STAYING DOWN FOREVER...... LOVE CLARETS.x Super_Clarets
  • Score: 3

1:01pm Tue 13 May 14

noddy57 says...

l must admit l thought Dyche would have won the award for his shear determination if nothing else in doing a **** good job with what everyone including me thought was a relegation threatened club. Pearson already had the squad there to continue the good previous seasons work so he did not need much tinkering round the edges but l guess these awards are like the rock and roll hall of fame a complete waste of time.when you look at some of the bands included in it some l would not even want to call a band .
l must admit l thought Dyche would have won the award for his shear determination if nothing else in doing a **** good job with what everyone including me thought was a relegation threatened club. Pearson already had the squad there to continue the good previous seasons work so he did not need much tinkering round the edges but l guess these awards are like the rock and roll hall of fame a complete waste of time.when you look at some of the bands included in it some l would not even want to call a band . noddy57
  • Score: 1

1:04pm Tue 13 May 14

slants says...

ChickinLickin wrote:
Rediculous!!! If any manager deserved that award it is Mr Dyche. The result makes me think it's not worth winning
are you real these are just pat on the back buuullshit awards rather like the Oscars.
[quote][p][bold]ChickinLickin[/bold] wrote: Rediculous!!! If any manager deserved that award it is Mr Dyche. The result makes me think it's not worth winning[/p][/quote]are you real these are just pat on the back buuullshit awards rather like the Oscars. slants
  • Score: -1

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