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TOM HEATON THE former Manchester United goalkeeper became Sean Dyche’s first permanent signing in the summer of 2013.Eyebrows were raised in some quarters about his arrival but the signing will not only go down as one of the finest of Dyche’s reign, but in the club’s history.Heaton’s reputation has flourished at Turf Moor, and not even relegation from the Premier League could curtail his emergence onto the international scene.The son of a Clarets fan, in May 2015 he became the first Burnley player to be called up for England since Martin Dobson.A virtual ever-present in all competitions until suffering a dislocated shoulder last month.
This season a crucial goal in the draw with Liverpool at Anfield for the Canada international maintained Burnley’s impressive start away from home.
ASHLEY BARNES BOSS Dyche had to exercise patience before landing the striker from Brighton, and finally break into his Burnley budget.
At £450,000, Barnes did not command the biggest fee, but he went on to play his part in some big moments, not least firing the Clarets to promotion at the end of his first season at Turf Moor with a superb team goal against Wigan Athletic securing a place in the Premier League in 2014.
JOEY BARTON SWAYED by Dyche’s culinary skills and coaching methods, the outspoken midfielder became a surprise signing after Premier League relegation.
He was pivotal in helping the Clarets bounce straight back.
Barton left for the new experience of Scottish football with Rangers, but Dyche proved he doesn’t hold a grudge when he welcomed the outspoken Scouser back amid betting scandal allegations a few months later.