Chelsea’s hope of top four stands shrinked after their 2-2 home draw and all blames shifted the visitors for delaying time, but Burnley boss Sean Dyche has dismissed the scuffles as ‘handbags, manbags, bumbags’ and rejected the accusations from Luiz of his team’s style of play.
Chelase star, David Luiz had accused Dyche’s side of playing a deadly part in their 2-2 misfortune, what he called an ‘anti-football while speaking with Sky sports after the tie and the Burnley boss has this to say;
”That’s 28 points from 16 games and you can’t do that with anti-football,’ ‘You have to play some football to get that many points.
”They can have whatever opinion they want. Everyone is allowed an opinion.
”If we could afford the players they have, I’d love, and all managers would love to play 600-pass football and win all the time.
”It’s simply not that easy. You have to do what you do to win and be successful. Look at the amount of players we’ve developed, the diligence of the group, where the players have come from to play in the Premier League.
”You have to enjoy the moment, and we certainly enjoyed the moment. I’m extremely proud.