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Touted by many as the closest thing to what you call a perfect replacement, Sean Dyche is probably the best man to take Leicester City forward. It has been six years since Dyche was appointed at Burnley, and he has never looked back since, establishing himself as the best English manager at present.
Extremely defensively in style, Dyche’s Burnley are known for their discipline and organisation across all the areas, an aspect that you’d generally relate with a title contender. The Clarets have the fourth best defensive record in the league, conceding only six goals in eight matches whilst racking up 13 points (seventh in the table).
If Dyche can lead Burnley so well with the availability of both funds and truly capable players being as is, there’s no doubting what he can do with Leicester City, a side that’s currently crying out for the Englishman’s discipline.
The Foxes reportedly have him on top of their list with an offer of £2 million-a-year for the 46-year old. Whether or not would Sean Dyche want to leave, however, is an interesting question.