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Dyche has Karren Brady’s support

West Ham Vice Chairman Karren Brady is a big admirer of Burnley manager Sean Dyche.

In 2018 the West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady recommended the club speak to Burnley manager Sean Dyche about succeeding David Moyes at the London Stadium, according to a report by The Times. at the time.

The newspaper claimed that the Baroness put forward Dyche as an alternative to Manuel Pellegrini and Rafa Benitez.

The Times reported that Brady’s husband, former footballer Paul Peschisolido, works for Dyche’s management agency.

In 2017 Brady wrote in her Sun column “Quick fixes can be popular with fans but if I had Sean Dyche at Burnley or Eddie Howe at Bournemouth, with four years’ service, I’d hang on to them.”

ClaretandHugh has been told that the Kettering born Burnley manager would be interested in talking to West Ham should the position became available and his club give permission for West Ham to speak to him.

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About Sean Whetstone

I am Season Ticket Holder in West stand lower at the London Stadium and before that, I used to stand in the Sir Trevor Brooking Lower Row R seat 159 in the Boleyn Ground and in the Eighties I stood on the terraces of the old South Bank. I am a presenter on the West Ham Podcast called MooreThanJustaPodcast.co.uk. A Blogger on WestHamTillIdie.com a member of the West Ham Supporters Advisory Board (SAB), Founder of a Youtube channel called Mr West Ham Football at http://www.youtube.com/MrWestHamFootball, I am also the associate editor here at Claret and Hugh. Life Long singer of bubbles! Come on you Irons! Follow me at @Westhamfootball on twitter

11 comments on “Dyche has Karren Brady’s support

  1. He will be a cheap option so of course he will have support . Again money over the right quality.

  2. I would like Eddie Howe as I think he is more progressive than Dyche – I still feel that we should have kept Moyes & Stuart Pearce but it looks like Moyes is going back to Everton – who we get will still have a big job due to the unbalanced squad – and also the goalkeeper problem until Fab is back – I feel that we are now in the territory of when rather than if and it would come as a relief

    What I would really like – whoever it is – is some stability – where we dont change manager for 3 or 4 seasons – or even longer

  3. Of course MP has to go but dragging out the uncertainty makes it an AWFUL atmosphere and distraction in the changing room.
    Get him replaced THIS WEEK and get it done NOW before we’re in the bottom 3 and struggling.. The season is over for us!!! Mid table if we change managers, the Oxford shambles was the start of the end for MP… It’s 100% clear he’s LOST the dressing room. Saturday was an awful display of players unwilling to move, make space, make unselfish runs, defend in numbers, attack in numbers… Absolutely Zero cohesiveness, we looked like a side completely devoid of ideas, no plan and OMG what the heck is the point bringing Sanchez on? What is he? Is he some game changer like Olivier Giroud?
    Anderson is way, way overrated, too lazy and NOT a premier league player. Yamelenko one footed player, easy to defend against.. Wilshere awful decision to give 3 year contract. Lanzini NEVER recovered from injury. Poor left back choices, Haller isolated and looks uninterested. Noble is getting on but geez at least he looks interested. Goalie horrendous. Should have bought Cahill to give experience to the defense.
    We have amateurs running our great club, the sooner the Brady bunch and her 2 muppets go the better. I’ve NEVER known a women to give so much advice to other clubs and players and NOT have the ability to apply it for us… She should shut up until she gets us sorted out!!! 3 PATHETIC directors!!

  4. Houghton would be the cheap option as no compensation to pay. Dyche would cost alot more to bring in.

  5. Hopefully this happens. Love what he has done at Burnley and his tactics are underrated. He’s not ‘Little Big Sam’ like people able him to be.

    Would make our leaky back 4 much more solid thats for sure.

  6. This guy would be brilliant here.

  7. Let’s be honest people come on ? we are not a big club as some people I.M.O think we are, or are under that illusion? We have in place Management that are use to freely spending millions ie 45mill here 47 mill there etc and end up with journey men, with no real heart and passion that as us fans have? if anything at all that came across last Saturday that made my mind up, watching Anderson and Yarmolenco proved that? We are a mid to bottom team we can of course be better than that , but we need a manager that knows the players in all levels of play from bargains at all league clubs home and abroad and sussing out who we need at a price we can afford and some one thats hungry for the shirt and go on to prove it? Dyche has done this at Burnley so please don’t knock him, he got them to Europe last season and on a team of moderate player’s, also he has come through the school of hard knocks in his playing and coaching career , he also knows that playing in Europe made Burnley suffer in the premiership, so he would have learned from that. All I’m saying we need a passionate manager to get a passionate team of players to please a passionate lot of supporters at sensible price to the owners, so yes I would take Dyche Howe, or Hughton (Brighton were never that easy to play against?) or any manager that comes from the school of hard knocks that you have to know where you’ve come from to know where you want to go to ??? KEEP THE FAITH C.O.Y.I

  8. I’m indifferent about Dyche. I’m not exicited by the appointment if it were to happen. I would like to know why we gave up our home and Upton Park for this though. It’s a shambles..

  9. Not sure I can listen to Dyches scratchy voice week in week out.

  10. Hicksey ..I would rather listen to his voice than the bull s..t coming out of Pellergrini and the players at the moment

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