FULL TIME: Barnsley 1 Burnley 1

First published in Sport

CHARLIE Austin scored his 21st goal of the season as Burnley drew at Barnsley in the Championship tonight.

Austin headed in from Ross Wallace's corner in the fifth minute to put the Clarets ahead at Oakwell.

But Barnsley hit back eight minutes before half time as Marcus Tudgay got his head to Scott Golbourne's cross.

Substitute Danny Ings hit the post in the second half, with the draw leaving Burnley 14th in the Championship table.

Burnley: Lee Grant, Kieran Trippier, Michael Duff, Jason Shackell, Ben Mee, Marvin Bartley (Danny Ings 46), Brian Stock (David Edgar 81), Chris McCann, Ross Wallace (Sam Vokes 83), Charlie Austin, Martin Paterson. Subs not used: Brian Jensen, Danny Lafferty, Cameron Stewart, Junior Stanislas.

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11:49pm Tue 27 Nov 12

burnleyglentoran says...

Would've took a point beforehand, and 4 points from 6 away is decent enough for most.

Hope Trips is ok for Sunday tho looked a bit iffy.

Two big positives are Charlie's goal and he DIDNT pick up a yellow.

That means he's playing Sunday!!!

CHARLIE AUSTIN -

SCORING GOALS HE'S GOT IT MASTERED.

IT'LL BE A HAT-TRICK AGAINST THE .............
Would've took a point beforehand, and 4 points from 6 away is decent enough for most. Hope Trips is ok for Sunday tho looked a bit iffy. Two big positives are Charlie's goal and he DIDNT pick up a yellow. That means he's playing Sunday!!! CHARLIE AUSTIN - SCORING GOALS HE'S GOT IT MASTERED. IT'LL BE A HAT-TRICK AGAINST THE ............. burnleyglentoran
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7:56am Wed 28 Nov 12

A Darener says...

Jordan Rhodes will score loads
Just you wait and see
Sundays match will be the test
Austin? .... Rhodes, who is the best?
Jordan Rhodes will score loads Just you wait and see Sundays match will be the test Austin? .... Rhodes, who is the best? A Darener
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8:49am Wed 28 Nov 12

lancs1985 says...

you shambollick supporters not sold out for your biggest game yet??????/
you shambollick supporters not sold out for your biggest game yet??????/ lancs1985
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8:51am Wed 28 Nov 12

Jonny_Boy says...

Nice to see Danny Ings playing , would be good to see him playing him in position though! Danny and Charlie had something special working together before Danny's injury upfront, think we need that edge. Must be frustrating for the lad sat on the bench! What an A class strike that was though! Shame it hit the post a glimpse of why we bought him and why he should be starting every game!
Nice to see Danny Ings playing , would be good to see him playing him in position though! Danny and Charlie had something special working together before Danny's injury upfront, think we need that edge. Must be frustrating for the lad sat on the bench! What an A class strike that was though! Shame it hit the post a glimpse of why we bought him and why he should be starting every game! Jonny_Boy
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9:56am Wed 28 Nov 12

accyweb says...

Fantastic report of the game, I dont know why you bother telegraph! I suppose thats all we will get after sunday's game if Burnley win.
Fantastic report of the game, I dont know why you bother telegraph! I suppose thats all we will get after sunday's game if Burnley win. accyweb
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10:12am Wed 28 Nov 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

Its been a long time coming. The Burnley masses have been in dreamland since the beginning of the season, waiting for the day. They will soon get to see the mighty Rovers gracing their cesspit. where they will watch in awe, as always, and take a good pounding, as always, and then go home so happy they will wreck their own town centre.
Blinding.
Its been a long time coming. The Burnley masses have been in dreamland since the beginning of the season, waiting for the day. They will soon get to see the mighty Rovers gracing their cesspit. where they will watch in awe, as always, and take a good pounding, as always, and then go home so happy they will wreck their own town centre. Blinding. Return of the Magnificent se7en
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11:18am Wed 28 Nov 12

roverfoxy says...

I must admit I came on here to read a little bit about how our "friends" performed in the build up to Sunday and have to say that this report is absolute tosh!! Learnt more about the game from the vidiprinter last night!! See you Sunday!! COYB!!!!
I must admit I came on here to read a little bit about how our "friends" performed in the build up to Sunday and have to say that this report is absolute tosh!! Learnt more about the game from the vidiprinter last night!! See you Sunday!! COYB!!!! roverfoxy
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12:33pm Wed 28 Nov 12

vintageclaret says...

Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
Its been a long time coming. The Burnley masses have been in dreamland since the beginning of the season, waiting for the day. They will soon get to see the mighty Rovers gracing their cesspit. where they will watch in awe, as always, and take a good pounding, as always, and then go home so happy they will wreck their own town centre. Blinding.
I have not posted for quite some time considering that the Claretsmad blogs are more interesting and without the often childish comment seen in LET but because of seeing who has climbed out of the mire yet again acting like a Phoenix, I had to post

Looks like another name change by Tetley.

Let's put some things into perspective

a) How are the mighty fallen. BRFC are not a mighty team and have never held such a status. Unless of course being in the Hall of Fame Academy of being the greatest laughing stock in English football which is a trully great status to have and one I wholeheartedly agree with.
b) Clarets supporters will never be in awe of such a team(if thw word team can be applied as a description). Tears of laughter at the shennanigans that go on there is probably a mopre apt application.
c) The season in the Championship is a long one with many decent teams already played and beaten and all Clarets fans are looking foward to completing the hat-trick of local Derbys, after beating Bolton and Blackpool.
d) It is time to accept the wake up call and to admit BRFC are just a down and out Premier League team and are in fact a mediocre Championship one, incapable of playing consistent football and will become even more so as the season drags on.

On this basis I feel it will be BRFC fans who will be watching in awe as the MIGHTY Clarets go forward
[quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: Its been a long time coming. The Burnley masses have been in dreamland since the beginning of the season, waiting for the day. They will soon get to see the mighty Rovers gracing their cesspit. where they will watch in awe, as always, and take a good pounding, as always, and then go home so happy they will wreck their own town centre. Blinding.[/p][/quote]I have not posted for quite some time considering that the Claretsmad blogs are more interesting and without the often childish comment seen in LET but because of seeing who has climbed out of the mire yet again acting like a Phoenix, I had to post Looks like another name change by Tetley. Let's put some things into perspective a) How are the mighty fallen. BRFC are not a mighty team and have never held such a status. Unless of course being in the Hall of Fame Academy of being the greatest laughing stock in English football which is a trully great status to have and one I wholeheartedly agree with. b) Clarets supporters will never be in awe of such a team(if thw word team can be applied as a description). Tears of laughter at the shennanigans that go on there is probably a mopre apt application. c) The season in the Championship is a long one with many decent teams already played and beaten and all Clarets fans are looking foward to completing the hat-trick of local Derbys, after beating Bolton and Blackpool. d) It is time to accept the wake up call and to admit BRFC are just a down and out Premier League team and are in fact a mediocre Championship one, incapable of playing consistent football and will become even more so as the season drags on. On this basis I feel it will be BRFC fans who will be watching in awe as the MIGHTY Clarets go forward vintageclaret
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1:12pm Wed 28 Nov 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

vintageclaret wrote:
Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
Its been a long time coming. The Burnley masses have been in dreamland since the beginning of the season, waiting for the day. They will soon get to see the mighty Rovers gracing their cesspit. where they will watch in awe, as always, and take a good pounding, as always, and then go home so happy they will wreck their own town centre. Blinding.
I have not posted for quite some time considering that the Claretsmad blogs are more interesting and without the often childish comment seen in LET but because of seeing who has climbed out of the mire yet again acting like a Phoenix, I had to post

Looks like another name change by Tetley.

Let's put some things into perspective

a) How are the mighty fallen. BRFC are not a mighty team and have never held such a status. Unless of course being in the Hall of Fame Academy of being the greatest laughing stock in English football which is a trully great status to have and one I wholeheartedly agree with.
b) Clarets supporters will never be in awe of such a team(if thw word team can be applied as a description). Tears of laughter at the shennanigans that go on there is probably a mopre apt application.
c) The season in the Championship is a long one with many decent teams already played and beaten and all Clarets fans are looking foward to completing the hat-trick of local Derbys, after beating Bolton and Blackpool.
d) It is time to accept the wake up call and to admit BRFC are just a down and out Premier League team and are in fact a mediocre Championship one, incapable of playing consistent football and will become even more so as the season drags on.

On this basis I feel it will be BRFC fans who will be watching in awe as the MIGHTY Clarets go forward
And then you will wreck your own town centre.
Blinding
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: Its been a long time coming. The Burnley masses have been in dreamland since the beginning of the season, waiting for the day. They will soon get to see the mighty Rovers gracing their cesspit. where they will watch in awe, as always, and take a good pounding, as always, and then go home so happy they will wreck their own town centre. Blinding.[/p][/quote]I have not posted for quite some time considering that the Claretsmad blogs are more interesting and without the often childish comment seen in LET but because of seeing who has climbed out of the mire yet again acting like a Phoenix, I had to post Looks like another name change by Tetley. Let's put some things into perspective a) How are the mighty fallen. BRFC are not a mighty team and have never held such a status. Unless of course being in the Hall of Fame Academy of being the greatest laughing stock in English football which is a trully great status to have and one I wholeheartedly agree with. b) Clarets supporters will never be in awe of such a team(if thw word team can be applied as a description). Tears of laughter at the shennanigans that go on there is probably a mopre apt application. c) The season in the Championship is a long one with many decent teams already played and beaten and all Clarets fans are looking foward to completing the hat-trick of local Derbys, after beating Bolton and Blackpool. d) It is time to accept the wake up call and to admit BRFC are just a down and out Premier League team and are in fact a mediocre Championship one, incapable of playing consistent football and will become even more so as the season drags on. On this basis I feel it will be BRFC fans who will be watching in awe as the MIGHTY Clarets go forward[/p][/quote]And then you will wreck your own town centre. Blinding Return of the Magnificent se7en
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