We’ve seen how John Carver, mainly because of his inexperience, has reacted to the immense pressure on him for losing eight games in a row and putting Newcastle into relegation trouble, when we hardly expected that, when we were 9th in the league at the beginning of the year when he took over – but that’s what’s happened.
Sean Dyche – impressive Burnley manager
Newcastle will need to appoint a new head coach in the summer, and it’s very unlikely that will be John Carver, well at least we hope that’s the case, after John has been little short of a complete disaster this year.
We have been very impressed with Burnley manager Sean Dyche all season, as the newly promoted club have been struggling against relegation all season, and were finally relegated on Saturday even though they won 1-0 at Hull City.
Sean never seemed to show too many signs of stress at all, and was always upbeat and positive in his interviews and on the touchline, and he even seemed to be enjoying being a coach in the Premier League.
Is that allowed?
He has not had too many good players available to him, but he seemed to get the very best out of them and Burnley have paid the price for not being able to strengthen their squad enough last summer.
But Burnley players played with pride and effort all season, so certainly Dyche can inspire his players – one of the biggest attributes of any coach.
And we never heard Dyche ever say his players were not good enough for the Premier League, and they would be leaving the club in the summer.
Two of the promoted sides QPR and Burnley are relegated, and it’s only because the other promoted side Leicester have won six of the their last seven games under former Newcastle coach Nigel Pearson, that they will probably now survive.
It’s looking like Hull or Newcastle will be relegated as the third bottom club.
We’re sure Sean has impressed quite a few clubs with both his calm and cool personality, which is a contrast to that of the rather hot-headed and self-promoting John Carver.
Dyche also set up Burnley to win games, and has them attacking the opposition, and he got one or two good wins for the side and two draws with Newcastle.
With better players, Sean could take a club into the higher reaches of the Premier League.
Mike Ashley likes to sign Englishmen to the position of Newcastle manager/head coach – so we wouldn’t be too surprised if Sean could be a target of Newcastle this summer.
The 43 year-old former center-back started his management career at Watford back in 2011, and he moved to Burnley in October of 2012 replacing Eddie Howe who moved back to Bournemouth, and got them promoted this season.
Sean Dyche got Burnley promoted in his first full season in charge of the club, and he’s still young at just 43.
With Steve McClaren having turned down the Newcastle job and John Carver not being good enough, it has thrown the position of head coach at Newcastle wide open – and it’s now anybody’s guess who Newcastle will appoint this summer.
And forget about new players – the head coach position is the top signing for Newcastle this summer, and Sean Dyche may have an outside chance of being offered the job.
What do you think?
Sean Dyche would certainly be a good front man for Newcastle United, and so much better than John Carver, who has a very bad habit of saying exactly the wrong thing in his press conferences.