‘Realist’ Sean Deitch remains positive after Burnley’s excellent start

‘Realist’ Sean Dyche staying positive after tough start for Burnley

Burnley Boss Sean Deutsche says he’s not one to worry about results.

Deutsche, who has beaten the team in all three Premier League games so far this season, says he is focused on planning things to come.

Clarett’s next clash was with West Brom on Monday in Hawthorne.

They lost 4-2 in Leicester in the first leg of their campaign, then 1-0 against Southampton and 3-1 in Newcastle.

When asked when to worry about not getting results, Deutsche said: “I never have to worry too much.

“I have always been a realist. There is always a concern at any moment in football. But I don’t really have to worry.

“I think we plan: we plan, we reconsider, we add details, we look at ourselves. I always look at myself first, the staff, and we look at what we do.

“Then we add to the realities of the challenge, the injuries, etc., and then we add the realities of the challenge to the games we play, because we remind ourselves that this is the Premier League, which is a very tough league.

“Then we process everything and put everything together and look forward.

“We are constantly working to get the best out of the players, because if we do, you will get results.”

Deutsche missed seven players due to injury a few weeks ago. Ben Mee, Jack Cork and Matt Lawton will miss three games ahead of Monday’s game.

The manager hopes former West Brom striker Jay Rodriguez will be able to play a role in every match with an ankle problem after missing the last three games, and Burnley Johan Berg Goodmondson (nerve), Bailey Peacock-Farrell (hip).

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Ashley Barnes, James Tarkovsky, Goodmondson and Robbie Brady all returned to the Machday squad just before the international break.

Ditch said: “I think we ‘ve got a team coming back together, of course a mood, it’s intact, there’s a focus.

“They know the challenge. We now have a more experienced group due to the years we have played in the Premier League. We know the challenges and we know you can do tough spells in the Premier League.

“You get points on board very early, it’s a kind of safety net, and everyone feels right about themselves.

“It simply came to our notice then. So that’s the task: to get off to a tough start, to fix things, to give the best performances. ”

Following the promotion, Burnley face West Brom, who have scored one point from four games so far this season.

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