Sean Dyche does NOT want to be Aston Villa’s Next Manager
Posted by Featured Articles | Published on March 31, 2016
Sean Dyche has distanced himself from speculation linking him with the vacant Aston Villa job.
Villa sacked Remi Garde on Tuesday night and lie bottom of the Premier League with relegation looking almost certain.
Dyche is admired at Villa Park, although the unemployed David Moyes and Nigel Pearson are thought to be the leading contenders for the job. But Dyche’s main focus is on getting Burnley back into the Premier League and has no intentions of leaving.
He told the Lancashire Telegraph, “It’s one of them situations. I’ve had a few over the last year or so,” regarding the links to the West Midlands club.
“I don’t take it lightly, it’s a paper story. We know how that can work.
“We’re making a good first of what we can achieve here, that’s my focus, it’s the team’s focus, we want to get Burnley in the Premier League.
“There’s a lot of things said, a lot of angles, a lot of connections over nothing. My focus is here.”