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Transfer Assessment: Burnley

Burnley Sep 3, 2014
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Burnley haunted by finishing woes in West Ham loss

Burnley manager Sean Dyche explains his side need to find the winning element if they are to remain in the Premier League, following their 1-3 defeat to West Ham.

Quality of finishing was the difference between the teams at Turf Moor on Saturday as Burnley's woes in front of goal continued.

The Clarets were dominant in an impressive first half performance but their failure to get on the scoresheet was costly and Burnley were soon down two after the break when a couple of devastatingly incisive West Ham attacks scorched the home side. It was a brutally harsh lesson in the realities of Premier League football for Sean Dyche's team.

Lukas Jutkiewicz has had a...

3 days ago

Sack Dyche? Don't be ridiculous - Burnley need stablity, not sackings

On borrowed time? Sean Dyche has been the subject of speculation over his job at Burnley the the fans want him to stay

Burnley have a great chance to put premature chatter about Sean Dyche's future to bed with a first win of the season on Saturday. Dyche has been the subject of some wild speculation over the international break, although he's under no pressure whatsoever from Burnley supporters.

The truth is that his side could be relegated with a new record low Premier League points total and the Burnley board would still stand by him. He is one of the finest managers the club has had in recent history and while...

Oct 5, 2014

Finding the net and their character, Burnley are battling

Burnley manager Sean Dyche discusses his team's resilient effort in a 2-2 comeback draw against Leicester City.

Burnley's hard-fought 2-2 draw at Leicester City might just be a turning point for the Premier League strugglers. It needed a 96th minute free-kick from substitute Ross Wallace but a draw was a fair result and the character Burnley showed with seven first team players injured was hugely impressive.

David Jones, Dean Marney, Danny Ings, Sam Vokes, Matt Taylor and Nathaniel Chalobah were all missing and right-back Kieran Trippier was taken off late on as the injury problems continued to pile up for...

 By Ben Jacobs
Oct 4, 2014

Two points dropped as Burnley surprise Leicester in injury time

Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson indicated his frustration as his side conceded a late equaliser to Burnley, but is hoping to move forward with the one point.

Nigel Pearson will inevitably view Leicester's 2-2 home draw with Burnley as two points dropped. It's hard not to, given the Clarets equalised five minutes into stoppage time -- the latest Premier League goal so far this season.

The Leicester boss might also grill referee Phil Dowd as to where the seven minutes of added time came from. The bulk was due to Kieran Trippier's nasty ankle injury, but I am sure Pearson expected to see a couple less minutes on the fourth official's board. Nonetheless,...

Oct 3, 2014

Dyche faces selection headache as Burnley's toil continues

Burnley manager Sean Dyche expresses his disappointment with his side's defensive posture and lack of finishing in a 4-0 defeat to West Bromwich Albion.

Sean Dyche has all sorts of injury problems for Saturday's trip to Leicester City -- the Burnley manager is without his first choice strikers Danny Ings and Sam Vokes while central midfielders Dean Marney, David Jones and Nathaniel Chalobah are all ruled out.

Matt Taylor makes it six first team players unavailable and Dyche faces an uphill struggle after his patched-up team looked well out of their depth in their 4-0 humiliation against West Brom last weekend.

- Dyche: We were poor

Dyche's options...

Sep 26, 2014

West Brom look to Sebastian Blanco to break down stalwart Burnley

Sebastian Blanco showed he has the potential to be a major asset for West Brom this season.

West Brom will be looking to continue the momentum they have picked up over the past week when they face Burnley on Sunday.

After picking up his first win as Albion head coach against Spurs, Alan Irvine secured a second consecutive win in midweek after defeating Hull 3-2 in cup action. The clash with Burnley presents Albion with a big opportunity to pick up a third win in a row.

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It won't be an easy game, as Burnley haven't conceded a goal in their previous three games, which suggests the onus will...