Arsene Wenger does not get enough credit for his work with English players, according to Burnley boss Sean Dyche.
The Frenchman celebrates his 20th anniversary as Arsenal manager on Saturday and his arrival at Highbury is seen as a key staging post in the prevalence of overseas talent on the pitch and in the dugouts of Premier League clubs.
On February 14, 2005, Wenger became the first manager to send out a starting XI with no Englishmen, but Dyche thinks the subtle reintegration of homegrown prospects...
Burnley boss Sean Dyche expects interest in Michael Keane to continue but insists the defender is not for sale.
Keane, 23, has been linked with Leicester City and Chelsea having been a key figure this campaign and in last season's promotion push. After scoring in Monday's 2-0 win over Watford, the centre-half declared himself happy at the club in line with his manager's stance.
"We've made it clear he's not for sale, among others who are not for sale, and he's still at the club so that's ongoing,"...
Paper talk linking Chelsea with a big-money move for Michael Keane was the last thing Burnley supporters wanted to read in the wake of their 2-0 Premier League win over Watford on Monday.
Keane was the subject of numerous bids from Leicester City during the summer transfer window, with the Foxes reported to have offered up to £15 million for a player they had on loan from Manchester United earlier in his career.
Michael Keane does not regret missing out on the chance to join Premier League champions Leicester City this summer, even though it offered the opportunity to play Champions League football.
Keane, 23, has impressed since joining Burnley from Manchester United in January 2015 and is also reportedly a target for Chelsea, but the defender is confident he can reach that level in his own time.
"It's flattering when teams like that come in, but I am really happy here," he said. "The fans have been brilliant...