Sean Dyche is currently one of the longest-serving managers in English football, and second in the Premier League, having been in charge of Burnley since 2012.
Dyche started his managerial career with Watford a year earlier, giving the club their highest league finish in four years, however, after a change of ownership, Watford deemed Gianfranco Zola a better fit.
Dyche has since cemented himself as a succsesful manager with Burnley, leading the Clarets up into the Premier League on two occasions - the lastest being in 2016, before preserving their top-flight status.
However, few could have predicted the club's success in 2017/18 with Dyche leading the Clarets to 7th and thus into Europe.
You don't have to be a foreign coach to be successful.
I have to chuckle when I hear opposing fans ginger jibes. Surely they must realise that at 42, I've heard every ginger joke in the book.
I've never been a brandist, I don't use words like philosophy, that sort of stuff isn't for me. It's over-complicating things, it doesn't really mean anything. Football management is about managing people.
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The Sack Race's Opinion
Sean Dyche has proven to be a successful British manager in his relatively short time in the dugout, and with Burnley back in the Premier league, his future is bright.