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Dyche: 'A thorough victory'

Sean Dyche was rightfully happy with his side's display as they beat a poor Portsmouth side 2-0 at the Vic'.

Speaking afterwords to the Official Site, Dyche said:

'For me, it was a thorough performance without it ever feeling spectacular - but that's not say there wasn't plenty to like about what went on out there.

'I'm not suggesting we're the finished article or that everything's completely rosy, but it's a big motivator for the players starting the match to be looking at the bench and feeling that they've really got to perform.'

Victory today makes it three straight home wins on the bounce and four for the season. Vicarage Road is slowly and surely becoming something of a fortress lately - which makes a nice change.






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Writer: Tom Bodell Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday November 19 2011

Time: 7:12PM

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Maybe SD can continue to turn around the fans with good performances like against Portsmouth.. Hope in continues next week at Donny...
watford1881
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20/11/2011 07:03:00

Well it would suggest that he has turned you around considering your comments from a month ago.
ANDY710
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20/11/2011 07:30:00

I still don't like him 100% but like I said after the fans forum GT trusts him so I will because I trust GT... He asked after the radio show finished for all of us to give SD a real chance.. What he said I accepted... End of story (for now)
watford1881
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20/11/2011 09:36:00

Lets enjoy this new-found form whilst it last eh. It can only do the team and management good to get behind them.
wfc123
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20/11/2011 10:31:00

 

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