A pub named after former Burnley manager Sean Dyche has pledged it will "squeeze something good out of a bad situation".
Earlier this week Burnley FC announced the club had parted company with Sean Dyche as well as a number of the coaching staff. The announcement came as a shock as fans blasted Burnley chairman Alan Price online.
Following the surprise sacking, a pub in Burnley has confirmed that they are now looking to "squeeze something good out of a bad situation". The Royal Dyche turned heads when it announced its name change in 2018 after Dyche led the Clarets to the qualification rounds of the Europa League.
The pub confirmed on social media that it will keep the name with no one able to "undo the good work" that Sean Dyche brought to the club which now sits in 18th place in the Premier League. The Lancashire pub also announced that anyone who goes into the pub and asks if the pub will change names will be asked to donate £1 to a local hospice.
The statement said: "Regardless of recent actions by the football club, it is unquestionable that we WILL remain The Royal Dyche. "Nobody can undo the good work the Gaffa has done over the last 9 years, how far he has taken us and finally putting Burnley FC back on the map!
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"Anyone who comes into the pub and asks if we will change our name will be asked to donate £1 to Pendleside Hospice Anything to squeeze something good out of a bad situation.
"Thank you for everything Sean, it’s been an incredible journey and an era us Burnley fans will always remember #UTC."
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