Sean Dyche is a pretty terrifying bloke, isn’t he?
The kind of guy that would probably be great to have a pint with, but at the same time you’re scared sh*tless the whole time that you might say something that will upset him.
Last night we caught a glimpse at what that might sound like…
After a hefty challenge from Raheem Sterling on Matthew Lowton, let’s just say Dyche voiced his displeasure with the attacker – something along the lines of the attacker “spending half of his time on the floor” interjected with a few “f*ckings”.
If there’s one remotely good thing about having no crowds in grounds, it is these little outbursts we get to hear that we would have otherwise missed.
Dyche vs. Sterling is everything I needed on a Wednesday evening ? pic.twitter.com/RRdeKcPFnd— SNM (@JackCook95) September 30, 2020
Obviously Pep’s side went on to win the game 3-0, because this is the Carabao Cup and that’s just what they do and they’ll probably win the whole thing, because again, it’s the Carabao.
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