Dyche defends his side's "honest challenges" against Liverpool.
Dyche defends his side’s “honest challenges” against Liverpool.
Sean Dyche was right to be upset with Jurgen Klopp’s comments about Burnley’s tackling, Mark Schwarzer told The Debate.
The Burnley boss hit back on Thursday at his opposite number and defended his side’s “honest” challenges in the 3-1 defeat at Turf Moor, in which Joe Gomez suffered a leg fracture following a tackle from Ben Mee.
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Klopp had been frustrated by challenges – including Mee’s – which he likened to bowling for taking the player as well as the ball, and said referees should step in to make sure they “don’t happen constantly”.