Liverpool Fans Want Action Taken Against Sean Dyche and Burnley After Joe Gomez Leg Break

Liverpool Fans Want Action Taken Against Sean Dyche and Burnley After Joe Gomez Leg Break

Joe Gomez is facing several months on the sidelines after it was confirmed he broke his leg in last night’s win over Burnley – and the club’s supporters are keen to see action taken against Sean Dyche and his side.

Gomez was taken off during last night’s 3-1 win at Turf Moor after a tackle by Ben Mee, and the England international looked to be in a fair amount of pain as he was replaced.

And now, via the official Liverpool website, it’s been confirmed the 21-year-old sustained a fractured leg during the challenge, and faces at least six weeks out of action.

The news comes as a blow to Jurgen Klopp and plenty of Reds fans reckon the injury came about after Dyche instructed his players to play in an overly physical manner:

Burnley are known to be a a pretty difficult team to beat, particularly at home, but does their tactics overstep the mark at times?

What do you make of the reaction?

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