Dyche freezes out critics
Daily Express|November 30, 2021
SEAN DYCHE does not care about the flak aimed at Burnley following the postponement of their clash with Tottenham on Sunday.
David Anderson

Former Spurs defender Ramon Vega said the decision to call off the game at Turf Moor just 45 minutes before kick-off was unfair on traveling fans.

But Clarets manager Dyche said it was impossible for it to proceed after a late downfall of snow.

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