Kieran Trippier, Danny Rose.

Kieran Trippier had a hilarious message for Sean Dyche at the darts

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Burnley have undoubtedly been the Premier League's surprise package this year.

The Lancashire outfit were one of the favourites to go down at the start of the season, but they have proved their doubters wrong with a series of impressive performances.

They have already taken points off the likes of Liverpool and Chelsea this year, and The Clarets put in another brilliant display on Boxing Day as they managed to secure a point at Old Trafford.

With his side flying high in seventh, Sean Dyche has received a number of plaudits for his side's success this year.

Ian Wright has been one of those, with the Arsenal legend claiming that Dyche is more than capable of taking over from Arsene Wenger at the club when the Frenchman retires.


Kieran Trippier played under Dyche when he was at Burnley between 2011-2015, and it is clear that the Tottenham right back is still extremely fond of his former boss.

Whilst attending the PDC Darts World Championship at Alexandra Palace with fellow Tottenham star Danny Rose, the right-back wrote a hilarious message dedicated to the Burnley manager.

In recognition of the 46-year-old's success this season, Trippier held up a sign saying: 'Ginger Mourinho = Sean Dyche.' 


And football fans absolutely loved Trippier's message, with many expressing their approval on Twitter.



Danny Rose also had a message - his for Harry Kane - joking that the record breaking striker learned all his skills from him.

But the English left back did congratulate his teammate for his goal-scoring antics, writing in the bottom corner 'Well done H'.

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