Lewandowski: "Dyche Doesn't Deserve S***"
With the Capital One Cup Final around the corner, Manchester United and Poland striker Robert Lewandowski has hit back at comments made by Burnley manager Sean Dyche. Sean Dyche, who has led Burnley to the top of the Championship table, made comments in a pre-match interview about David Moyes, Manchester United, and the squad. Dyche told Sky Sports News:
"David Moyes has no skill. At Everton, he won nothing in over 10 years. Nothing! Then, he comes to Manchester United, and just because he reaches the final and is top of the league, he thinks he's a great. There's one reason he does it. Money. Without money, United are nothing, Moyes is nothing. Without money, Lewandowski, Fellaini, Baines, would all be still at their old clubs. I despise Manchester United. We will go out, and hammer them, give them what they deserve. All fans are glory hunters, they don't support a proper team like Burnley. Enjoy your night David, after all, we are the team that deserve it."
Many fans took to the internet to complain about the comments of Dyche, often now called 'Sean Dyke' across many footballing forums. However, the name is suggested to be from Blackburn Rovers fans, who have a historic rivalry with Burnley. Fans felt it was uncalled for, and that Moyes had changed Everton, and led Manchester United against teams who also had money, and in some cases, more money.
Robert Lewandowski spoke to Manchester Sport Daily after a training session, saying he felt the comments were un-needed, and not true. He told them, "I hadn't heard of Sean before this game, and there's a reason. He knows who I am, he knows who Moyes is. But I don't know him. That shows a lot. We will go out as a squad, and prove to Dyche we are the better team, we deserve it more, and that he is not worthy of being a manager, especially at Burnley. Dyche doesn't deserve s***, and I hope he gets sacked soon. I feel a ban is needed due to what he has said about others. What a w*****."
Manchester United will face Burnley in 2 days time on 24th February at Wembley Stadium, in what is expected to be a very heated game.