Ex-Burnley star reveals Dyche ‘rules’ after latest

Paul Robinson claims new Everton manager Sean Dyche “is a big believer in self-discipline” in his squad.

exclusive speech football insiderThe former England number one, who played for Burnley under Dyche, revealed that “a lot of rules” will be introduced at Goodison Park.

The Toffees beat Arsenal 1-0 in Sean Dyche’s first game in charge.

Everton players were tested for noise in training days before the game.

as quoted daily mail (Feb. 4), Dyche confirmed that his players had undergone such fitness tests.

when asked football insider For insights into Dyche’s training methods, Robinson said: “Sean Dyche is very honest.

“He wants the players to practice the way they play. The shin pads in training are nothing new. That’s how he’s always dealt with it. That’s how we train at Burnley. We do it every day.

“He also doesn’t have a hood, leggings or gloves on the training ground. That’s how he operates.

“Discipline is at the core. He is a big believer in self-discipline. There will be a lot of rules and regulations, but they will be policed ​​by the players.

“His people management skills have been outstanding. Obviously, he’s made an impact on the team. They played really well against Arsenal and I think they fully deserved the three points. I think he’ll do well there very good.”

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