13 September, 2017
Despite having the lions share of play, the Eagles failed to turn their dominance into goals, and their wait for Frank De Boer's first point in English football goes on.
"I think there's a respect among managers and try to call it right".
But the win took Dyche's side to seven points after four games and he was happy to see his side dig in for the victory.
The fact that these talks about De Boer's future only seems to stress how ridiculous modern football truly has become, managers do not have the opportunity anymore to implement their own brand of football or to bring in their own players over a sustained period of time.
Undoubtedly the best chance of the game also fell to Dann, when in the dying moments he was presented with a free header three yards from goal after Cabaye stood up a flawless cross, but the former Blackburn centre half somehow headed wide. "We know that we have started a project and we're going to finish that project".
'I'll stand my record up against any chairman we've had in 118 years.
The Dutchman, who was in charge for just 77 days, had the shortest ever reign in terms of Premier League matches.
"We spent over 30m on top of the 40m plus loan fees and wages in Jan. Let me ask you a question, who has the better squad us or Burnley?".
"We are four games in, it's a bad start but we have to stick together". "I will sign for this every game if we create that amount of chances".
Dyche added that he felt Palace caused his side more problems by changing their style, adding that he would have preferred to have faced the Eagles playing a system with three at the back as they have been early on this season.
"We discussed it and everybody agreed", he says.
Only two players arrived at Selhurst Park during the transfer window - Jairo Riedewald from Ajax and Mamadou Sakho from Liverpool. "That is all I can do", the former Dutch worldwide said. "I think it was quite dynamic". They took the game to Burnley and they were the team who dominated, not the Clarets. But sources claim it is a matter of "when not if" De Boer is fired.