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Post-match press conference: Sean Dyche v West Ham [video]

Filed: Sunday, 15th October 2017
By: Staff Writer

Sean Dyche confessed to being 'delighted' at earning a point from a losing position against West Ham at Turf Moor.

However the Burnley manager will have left more than a few unbiased onlookers scratching their heads by claiming that the Clarets deserved to win a game in which they trailed until the 85th minute.

Listen to Dyche's post-match comments in full here.

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