Simon Jordan has suggested on talkSPORT (10:09am, May 11, 2021) that Sean Dyche would be a good managerial candidate for Tottenham Hotspur.
The former Crystal Palace chairman has asked why Dyche would not be a candidate for Tottenham managerial role.
Spurs are on the hunt for a new manager following the sacking of Jose Mourinho last month.
Ryan Mason has been placed in charge of the Tottenham first team until the end of the season.
Jordan said on talkSPORT (10:09am, May 11, 2021): “Why wouldn’t Sean Dyche be an opportunity for Tottenham to take a manager that has earned his corn, plied his trade, got his stripes, and for whatever reason because he speaks in a gravelly voice, so he is a bit earthy, and he is a bit of a send-up merchant with the media at times he doesn’t get a look-in.”
Dyche has not been linked with the Tottenham managerial role yet.
There are no reports or rumours suggesting that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is looking at the 49-year-old Englishman.
But should he?
Dyche has been in charge of Burnley since 2012 and has done a really terrific job.
The Clarets do have to fight for survival in the Premier League season after season, but somehow Dyche manages to keep them in the top flight.
Burnley are an unfancied club and do not have a huge budget.
Just look at the likes of Fulham and West Bromwich Albion. They have been relegated, but Burnley are safe.
True, the Clarets’ football is not great, but Dyche does not have the right players to play the way some of the big clubs do.
It is unlikely that Dyche will be in charge of Spurs next season, but as a manager, no one can knock him down.