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Post-match press conference: Sean Dyche v West Ham Utd


Filed: Saturday, 3rd November 2018
By: Staff Writer


Burnley boss Sean Dyche admitted that his team's defeat at the Olympic Stadium was "good for the neutral" - if not so great for Burnley.

However the Clarets manager was honest enough to admit that Grady Diangana should have been awarded a penalty, when felled inside the Burnley penalty box during the first half.

You may hear Dyche's thoughts from his post-match press conference in full, below.

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* Sean Dyche: post-match press conference


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