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Post-match press conference: Sean Dyche vs West Ham Utd

Filed: Thursday, 15th December 2016
By: Staff Writer

Sean Dyche was left with a bitter taste in his mouth after watching his Burnley side fall to a narrow defeat against West Ham in Stratford tonight.

The Clarets boss was furious that West Ham were awarded a penalty in the first half and felt that his team were robbed of at least one point.

Hear what a deeply disappointed Dyche had to say about the evening's events during his post-match press conference...

*Sean Dyche: post-match press conference

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