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Burnley's Dyche confident in Premier League's safety guidelines and ready to get on with season

Sean Dyche is ready to get back to business. The Burnley manager has been through the box sets, soaked up the Michael Jordan experience by binge-watching "The Last Dance" documentary and jet-washed everything in sight, but with Premier League clubs given the green light to return to training this week, he insists that he and his players will be ready to restart the season on June 12 if required.

"I wouldn't want to do those things forever, but I enjoyed that little window," Dyche told ESPN. "Little,...

Premier League managers ranked by touchline attire: How do Klopp, Guardiola and Mourinho measure up?

The Exploding Heads delve into how clubs are struggling to keep players from injuring themselves while locked down at home.
Find out where Jose Mourinho lands on The Exploding Heads' list of best Premier League managers to self-isolate with.
ESPN FC's Ian Darke wouldn't vote for Jurgen Klopp for Manager of the Year

Most managers would like to think that it is their tactical nous or the way they act as the figurehead of their club that makes the biggest impression among football fans.

But, when it comes down to it, the impression of them formed by spectators will be based chiefly on how they are dressed when they take to the touchline to bawl instructions at their players.

For years the options available to coaches were limited to two: standard club-issue tracksuit and sneakers or tailored three-piece with...

Mee on Premier League captains creating #PlayersTogether to help NHS during coronavirus crisis: 'We want to do our bit'

Mark Ogden shares the latest updates on the Premier League's response to coronavirus after their Friday meeting.
Mark Ogden explains why keeping fans from Premier League games doesn't mean the season can quickly restart.

Ben Mee, the Burnley captain, paused for a moment and then explained, in simple terms, why 20 Premier League captains joined forces to create the #PlayersTogether campaign that will see players from English football's biggest clubs donate a portion of their wages to help front-line workers during the coronavirus crisis.

"Ultimately, the vast majority of footballers are working-class lads with a social conscience," Mee told ESPN. "We want to do our bit by doing what we can to recognise the contribution...