The Clarets star sustained the devastating problem during his side's 1-0 away defeat to Leicester City, and the prognosis for Brady does not make for good reading.
Brady landed awkwardly in a clash with Harry Maguire at the weekend and is set to undergo surgery. Examinations afterward revealed the full extent of the injury to the tendon, and the midfielder will need a long-term recovery lasting into next summer.
That is frustrating news for player and club, with Brady a key creative outlet and dead-ball specialist in Burnley's rise to seventh in the Premier League table, but Dyche wants others to step forward in his absence.
Brady is the sixth Burnley player to suffer a serious knee injury in four-and-a-half years, with Sam Vokes, Kevin Long, Dean Marney, Ashley Barnes and Lukas Jutkiewicz all being diagnosed with cruciate ligament injuries, with Marney close to a first-team return after his second such injury in three years.
"We're very happy with the work that has been done", said Dyche.Читайте также: House Passes Stopgap Spending Bill to Avert Weekend Government Shutdown
"I have spoken to him briefly and he's fine".
"It always amazes me". It would be too general.
"We will be looking to be active to fill the gap". "I've said many times, we aren't a club that can cherry pick".
His outstanding run of form has helped the Clarets make a best start to a top-flight season since 1973/74, with Dyche's side now sitting seventh in the table. I think he's moulded into what we do as a group and his part within that.
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