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Wednesday, 30 January 2019

Sean Dyche identifies the return of Sir Alex Ferguson's influence at Manchester United

Sir Alex Ferguson's influence at Old Trafford since Ole Gunnar Solskjaerarrived has been clear, but one of his favourite tactics could be returning as well according to Sean Dyche.
Sean Dyche
Sean Dyche was unhappy with the amount of added time at Old Trafford
The Burnley boss was furious to see five minutes added on as his side tried to hang on to their slender advantage

at Old Trafford. Paul Pogba's 87th-minute penalty had dragged United back into the game and now the sight of the fourth official's board gave them further impetus.

They still trailed to goals from Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood but the pressure was increasing and the comeback was complete in added time when Victor 
Dyche was disappointed at the penalty award when Jeff Hendrick put his arm on Jesse Lingard's shoulder in the box and he felt Lindelof was offside when Sanchez sent his injury-time header in on goal.
But most of all he was frustrated at the sheer length of added time, despite his team's time-wasting tactics throughout the second half. And Dyche used the famous old phrase 'Fergie time' to describe United's relentless approach late on, with Ferguson's United regularly producing dramatic comebacks in time added on.
"There were no physios on the pitch, it's impossible it could be longer than three - three and a half," Dyche said.
"Every minute counts, you just want a reason and there wasn't a reason. It's more the mentality it brings. Fergie time as they used to call it. You could sense it, everyone rises. I just don't know where it came from.
Sean Dyche

"In the history of this club, everyone believes when five minutes go up."
On the penalty decision, Dyche added: "I just don't like it when there's a touch on the shoulder and their legs don't work but it's modern football. I'm not saying he does it all the time.
"They're strong these lads and how come their legs don't work I don't know."


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