Sean Dyche wins Premier League Manager of the Month for February after leading Burnley to an unbeaten streak of four games
- Sean Dyche won with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Mikel Arteta and Chris Wilder
- Burnley made an unbeaten streak of four games in the Premier League in February
- They defeated Southampton and Bournemouth – moved to both Arsenal and Newcastle
- Dyche’s Burnley side rose to 10th for coronavirus delay
Sean Dyche has been announced as Premier League Manager of the month after a fantastic spell with Burnley in February.
The Clarets manager received the award after accompanying the club in an unbeaten run of four games in February, which has moved the club to 10th place in the Premier League.
After a goalless draw with Arsenal early in the month, Burnley defeated Southampton and Bournemouth before retiring from Newcastle.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche proudly poses with his Manager of the Month award for February
BURNLEY’S FAB FEB
February 2: Burnley 0-0 Arsenal
February 15: Southampton 1-2 Burnley
February 22: Burnley 3-0 Bournemouth
February 29: Newcastle 0-0 Burnley
Dyche gave lead counterparts Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Mikel Arteta and Chris Wilder to the award.
It represents the first Manager of the Month award from the Burnley boss since March 2018.
It is important to mention that it is a collective prize. I am very satisfied with everyone involved, ”said Dyche.
‘As a manager you cannot achieve anything without your staff and you certainly cannot do without the players. The players earn a lot of credit.
“It is only for February, but since mid-January, when we started to change things, we have achieved great results against large teams.
Burnley made an unbeaten streak of four games in the Premier League in February under Dyche
“You always get a little greedy and there were probably a few points left, be it the Arsenal game or the Tottenham game.
“I think we could have won them both, but a lot of good work has been done by the players and my staff.
“It’s a bit cliché to recognize everyone, but it’s true. Without the whole team – the playing team and the team behind the team – you don’t win anything. ‘
In fact, Burnley had extended their unbeaten streak in the UK top flight to seven games prior to the Premier League postponement due to the corona virus crisis.
Burnley achieved two wins and two draws in the month to move them into tenth place