Sean Dyche’s Net Worth, Salary and Endorsements
English manager Sean Dyche had his first tryst with football playing for Nottingham Forest. He then moved to Chesterfield and later, Bristol City, helping the latter earn a promotion. His final few teams were Millwall, Watford ad Northampton. Unfortunately, he picked up an injury that left him with a permanent bend.
Since his retirement, he managed Watford in 2011 after Malky Mackay left. He led the club to its best finish of 11th, though a change of leadership culminated in his dismissal.
Following his dismissal, he joined Burnley in 2012, succeeding Eddie Howe. Dyche was named Championship manager of the month in 2013. Under him, the team broke numerous club records and were promoted to the Premier League. Later, Sean Dyche helped Burley to a Europa League qualification for the first time ever.
Sean Dyche has earned the Football League Championship runner up with Burnley. In the process, he helped the team get a promotion to the Premier League.
Dyche’s methods are traditional in the sense that he opts for tried and tested methods, applying his own spin on them to good effect in a variety of different situations. Setting his teams up to be tough to defeat, Dyche has a side with disciplined players who understand the importance of defending, as well as a few with attacking flair, helping to balance their approach in different match situations.
|Clubs Managed||Watford, Burnley|