Seven teams have made full-time appointments for the coming campaign, but only Sunderland chose a British coach in David Moyes.
Kettering-born Dyche believes there is an “edge towards foreign coaches and managers”.
“Why do you buy a branded pair of jeans rather than the other pair? Because you think they’re better, but they might not be,” he said.
“I think there’s a bit of that, sometimes it’s just ‘a bigger name is a bigger name’. There are foreign owners, there are lots of foreign players, so it might be that a foreign manager is chosen to work with foreign players.
“There’s a bit of spin. There’s still a thirst from the populace for foreign managers and foreign players. They’re a bit more snazzy, ‘let’s see what this Belgian manager or this Argentinian manager can do’.”
‘England role preposterous’
Dyche has won two promotions in three seasons at Turf Moor, guiding the Clarets back to the Premier League at the first attempt last term.
He and 38-year-old Eddie Howe were mentioned as possible contenders for the England manager’s job before it was given to Sam Allardyce last month.
But Dyche believes neither he nor the Bournemouth boss are ready for the national team job.
“We’re nowhere near ready, us youngsters. We’re kids in the grand scheme of things,” he said.
“We’re novice hurdlers, we’re still learning. It’s preposterous for any of us young managers to be linked with the England job.”