Burnley boss Sean Dyche was appointed on October 30th, 2012

In pictures: The 25 key fixtures from Burnley boss Sean Dyche's time in charge at Turf Moor

Burnley boss Sean Dyche has taken charge of 317 games during seven years at Burnley Football Club.

The former Watford defender has won 119 of those fixtures, drawing 88. Here's a collection of some of the key moments from the 48-year-old's time in charge at Turf Moor.

Striker Martin Paterson scored the first goal of Sean Dyche's tenure, beating goalkeeper Carl Ikeme in the 18th minute at Turf Moor. Charlie Austin netted Burnley's second.

1. November 3rd, 2012: Burnley 2 Wolves 0

Striker Martin Paterson scored the first goal of Sean Dyche's tenure, beating goalkeeper Carl Ikeme in the 18th minute at Turf Moor. Charlie Austin netted Burnley's second.
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On their way to promotion to the Premier League, goals from Jason Shackell and Danny Ings secured a famous win at Ewood Park. It was the first time Burnley had got the better of their rivals in nearly 35 years.

2. March 9th, 2014: Blackburn Rovers 1 Burnley 2

On their way to promotion to the Premier League, goals from Jason Shackell and Danny Ings secured a famous win at Ewood Park. It was the first time Burnley had got the better of their rivals in nearly 35 years.
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Ashley Barnes and Michael Kightly scored the crucial goals to seal promotion to the top flight in what was boss Sean Dyche's first full season at the helm.

3. April 21st, 2014: Burnley 2 Wigan Athletic 0

Ashley Barnes and Michael Kightly scored the crucial goals to seal promotion to the top flight in what was boss Sean Dyche's first full season at the helm.
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Scott Arfield netted the Clarets' first goal in the Premier League under Sean Dyche, but the Blues hit back with goals from Diego Costa, Andre Schurrle and Branislav Ivanovic.

4. August 18th, 2014: Burnley 1 Chelsea 3

Scott Arfield netted the Clarets' first goal in the Premier League under Sean Dyche, but the Blues hit back with goals from Diego Costa, Andre Schurrle and Branislav Ivanovic.
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