Burnley have sacked supervisor Sean Dyche with eight games left of their season within the Premier League.

The Clarets, who’ve lost 5 of their final six top-flight games, are 18th and 4 factors from safety.

Dyche was the Premier League’s longest serving supervisor, having taken over at Turf Moor in October 2012.

Burnley chairman Alan Pace stated it was “an extremely troublesome resolution” to half firm with the 50-year-old, however “we really feel a change is required”.

Dyche’s last sport in control of Burnley saw them lose 2-0 to Norwich City, who’re backside of the Premier League.

Assistant supervisor Ian Woan, first-team coach Steve Stone and goalkeeping coach Billy Mercer have additionally left the membership.