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Late leveller hurts Burnley

CHARLIE Austin's early opener was cancelled out by Barnsley substitute Tomasz Cywka, to leave the Clarets without a home win in four games.

Burnley went ahead in the ninth minute when Austin converted Danny Lafferty's left wing cross for his 26th goal of the season.

But the Clarets failed to capitalise on their early advantage.

Referee Carl Boyeson played his part, by failing to spot a foul by ex-Claret Stephen Foster on Martin Paterson, who was through on goal with the defender already on a booking.

Austin was later fouled by Martin Cranie in the box, but Boyeson missed the incident and the Clarets missed out on a clear penalty.

Although Barnsley applied late pressure, Burnley looked as though they might have done enough to end a disappointing home run.

But Cywka picked up the ball on the edge of the box from David Perkins, and picked out the top right corner to earn a point for the Tykes.

Burnley now have just two points from a possible 12 at Turf Moor, and have scored only twice in those four games.

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10:36pm Tue 5 Mar 13

MightyClaret says...

Rubbish performance
Rubbish performance MightyClaret
  • Score: 1

10:36pm Tue 5 Mar 13

MightyClaret says...

And worryingly decreasing attendences aswell
And worryingly decreasing attendences aswell MightyClaret
  • Score: 1

10:37pm Tue 5 Mar 13

McClaret says...

Yet another dose of excitment
Yet another dose of excitment McClaret
  • Score: 0

11:03pm Tue 5 Mar 13

merlinrabbit says...

MightyClaret wrote:
Rubbish performance
Never mind. You can pretend you have something to boast about on the rovers report. What a Pratt you are.
[quote][p][bold]MightyClaret[/bold] wrote: Rubbish performance[/p][/quote]Never mind. You can pretend you have something to boast about on the rovers report. What a Pratt you are. merlinrabbit
  • Score: 0

11:10pm Tue 5 Mar 13

burnleyglentoran says...

Another game ruined by the ref.

He had a stinker.

Charlie should've had a nailed on pen.

Overall a fair result.

Their equaliser was a belter to be honest.

Improvement on last week overall
Another game ruined by the ref. He had a stinker. Charlie should've had a nailed on pen. Overall a fair result. Their equaliser was a belter to be honest. Improvement on last week overall burnleyglentoran
  • Score: 0

7:18am Wed 6 Mar 13

Elysiumfire says...

Another frustrating result! You can whinge and whine all about the bad ref decisions given (or not given) you want, but in the end, Burnley did not play well enough to merit the full three points. Three bad decisions by the ref don't tell the tale of the whole game, which Burnley should have put to bed in the first half.

The win against Charlton was wholly unexpected and against form, but it would seem things were restored to 'indecisive' form order last night. Even Dyche stated that they "...were not at the races...", and he was stating the obvious. Hull will provide a very stern test come next Monday night, and if the Claret's play to their lacksidaisical form, Hull will take the points. Burnley will have to raise their game, and solidify their midfield and defence, and remain focussed for the whole game.

It's frustrating because Burnley have a very good and strong team, and should be winning these games, but the lack of team focus does not seem to be helping. I would hope for a draw against Hull, but I fear they may be too wily and competitive to walk away with just a point?
Another frustrating result! You can whinge and whine all about the bad ref decisions given (or not given) you want, but in the end, Burnley did not play well enough to merit the full three points. Three bad decisions by the ref don't tell the tale of the whole game, which Burnley should have put to bed in the first half. The win against Charlton was wholly unexpected and against form, but it would seem things were restored to 'indecisive' form order last night. Even Dyche stated that they "...were not at the races...", and he was stating the obvious. Hull will provide a very stern test come next Monday night, and if the Claret's play to their lacksidaisical form, Hull will take the points. Burnley will have to raise their game, and solidify their midfield and defence, and remain focussed for the whole game. It's frustrating because Burnley have a very good and strong team, and should be winning these games, but the lack of team focus does not seem to be helping. I would hope for a draw against Hull, but I fear they may be too wily and competitive to walk away with just a point? Elysiumfire
  • Score: 0

9:19am Wed 6 Mar 13

midas says...

having taken the lead we played to catch them on the counter attack - which we did twice only for their last man to either pull the shirt (on Patterson) or mistime their tackle (on Austin).
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Would of, Could of etc but one nil up, Barnsley down to nine and a penalty to take is a much better scenario!
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Can't play Bartley and Edgar in midfield as neither can pass and Stanislas is out of form. Impressed with their midfield player Perkins, he ran the game!
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Not much to play for now, we will stagger to safety!
having taken the lead we played to catch them on the counter attack - which we did twice only for their last man to either pull the shirt (on Patterson) or mistime their tackle (on Austin). . Would of, Could of etc but one nil up, Barnsley down to nine and a penalty to take is a much better scenario! . Can't play Bartley and Edgar in midfield as neither can pass and Stanislas is out of form. Impressed with their midfield player Perkins, he ran the game! . Not much to play for now, we will stagger to safety! midas
  • Score: 0

9:47am Wed 6 Mar 13

mjp 53 says...

Another dismal home performance, yet the board would like us to part with our hard earned money this month on a new season ticket even though this season has not ended yet.
There will be even less as far as attendances go next season because we all know the board will sell Austin & Trippier at the end of the season and i cannot see any money getting put back into the club for new players.
How is it teams like Barnsley who have a lower average attendance than ourselves can get several players on loan, 2 of them premiership players, yet we struggle to bring anyone in on loan. It makes you wonder if the board have the same ambition as the supporters, it wasnt so long ago that Barry Kilby took a punt on a certain Ian Wright, increased gate attendances, promotion all came along that season, why when after January when we were sat just outside the play offs didnt the board think of doing something similar or even splashing out on a couple of quality signings to give us that extra push towards the end of the season.
Maybe when they see only 8000 on the Turf next Monday they will realise what will happen next season.Another wasted season that started out with so much promise.
Another dismal home performance, yet the board would like us to part with our hard earned money this month on a new season ticket even though this season has not ended yet. There will be even less as far as attendances go next season because we all know the board will sell Austin & Trippier at the end of the season and i cannot see any money getting put back into the club for new players. How is it teams like Barnsley who have a lower average attendance than ourselves can get several players on loan, 2 of them premiership players, yet we struggle to bring anyone in on loan. It makes you wonder if the board have the same ambition as the supporters, it wasnt so long ago that Barry Kilby took a punt on a certain Ian Wright, increased gate attendances, promotion all came along that season, why when after January when we were sat just outside the play offs didnt the board think of doing something similar or even splashing out on a couple of quality signings to give us that extra push towards the end of the season. Maybe when they see only 8000 on the Turf next Monday they will realise what will happen next season.Another wasted season that started out with so much promise. mjp 53
  • Score: 0

10:33am Wed 6 Mar 13

midas says...

mjp 53 wrote:
Another dismal home performance, yet the board would like us to part with our hard earned money this month on a new season ticket even though this season has not ended yet. There will be even less as far as attendances go next season because we all know the board will sell Austin & Trippier at the end of the season and i cannot see any money getting put back into the club for new players. How is it teams like Barnsley who have a lower average attendance than ourselves can get several players on loan, 2 of them premiership players, yet we struggle to bring anyone in on loan. It makes you wonder if the board have the same ambition as the supporters, it wasnt so long ago that Barry Kilby took a punt on a certain Ian Wright, increased gate attendances, promotion all came along that season, why when after January when we were sat just outside the play offs didnt the board think of doing something similar or even splashing out on a couple of quality signings to give us that extra push towards the end of the season. Maybe when they see only 8000 on the Turf next Monday they will realise what will happen next season.Another wasted season that started out with so much promise.
If you are going to buy a season ticket then now is the time to buy it or are you one of those supporters that waits to see what the board are going to do before deciding whether to support or not?
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Of course Austin and Trippier will be sold, if the right money is offered and the player want to leave. When has it been any different?
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Loan players aren't a panecea. Dyche has already said that he couldn't get the players he wanted. We could have got Jason Scotland! or paid 20k a week for DJ Campbell!!!
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The Board, who run the club, read the accounts and invest their own money possibly don't have the same ambitions as the fans that play Football Manager on their computers!
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It was a fluke we got to the Premiership and its not going to happen again. For ambition to have any point it needs to be realistic and, at best, our realistic ambition is to avoid relegation and at best tobe pushing for a top 10 finish with an outside chance of getting into the playoffs.
[quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: Another dismal home performance, yet the board would like us to part with our hard earned money this month on a new season ticket even though this season has not ended yet. There will be even less as far as attendances go next season because we all know the board will sell Austin & Trippier at the end of the season and i cannot see any money getting put back into the club for new players. How is it teams like Barnsley who have a lower average attendance than ourselves can get several players on loan, 2 of them premiership players, yet we struggle to bring anyone in on loan. It makes you wonder if the board have the same ambition as the supporters, it wasnt so long ago that Barry Kilby took a punt on a certain Ian Wright, increased gate attendances, promotion all came along that season, why when after January when we were sat just outside the play offs didnt the board think of doing something similar or even splashing out on a couple of quality signings to give us that extra push towards the end of the season. Maybe when they see only 8000 on the Turf next Monday they will realise what will happen next season.Another wasted season that started out with so much promise.[/p][/quote]If you are going to buy a season ticket then now is the time to buy it or are you one of those supporters that waits to see what the board are going to do before deciding whether to support or not? . Of course Austin and Trippier will be sold, if the right money is offered and the player want to leave. When has it been any different? . Loan players aren't a panecea. Dyche has already said that he couldn't get the players he wanted. We could have got Jason Scotland! or paid 20k a week for DJ Campbell!!! . The Board, who run the club, read the accounts and invest their own money possibly don't have the same ambitions as the fans that play Football Manager on their computers! . It was a fluke we got to the Premiership and its not going to happen again. For ambition to have any point it needs to be realistic and, at best, our realistic ambition is to avoid relegation and at best tobe pushing for a top 10 finish with an outside chance of getting into the playoffs. midas
  • Score: 1

10:57am Wed 6 Mar 13

Gammon Flap says...

mjp 53 wrote:
Another dismal home performance, yet the board would like us to part with our hard earned money this month on a new season ticket even though this season has not ended yet.
There will be even less as far as attendances go next season because we all know the board will sell Austin & Trippier at the end of the season and i cannot see any money getting put back into the club for new players.
How is it teams like Barnsley who have a lower average attendance than ourselves can get several players on loan, 2 of them premiership players, yet we struggle to bring anyone in on loan. It makes you wonder if the board have the same ambition as the supporters, it wasnt so long ago that Barry Kilby took a punt on a certain Ian Wright, increased gate attendances, promotion all came along that season, why when after January when we were sat just outside the play offs didnt the board think of doing something similar or even splashing out on a couple of quality signings to give us that extra push towards the end of the season.
Maybe when they see only 8000 on the Turf next Monday they will realise what will happen next season.Another wasted season that started out with so much promise.
If you don't want a season ticket, don't get one - it really is that simple!

Dyche has been on record as saying he attempted to get players in on loan but they elected to sign for other teams - what is he or the board supposed to do about that? get inferior loan players in just to appease the crowd (Think Eddie Howe and Cameron Stewart).

If the board sell Austin (Which they will) and maybe Trippier then we should get at least £10 million for the pair. Do you really think that Dyche won't get any of this money to buy replacements, I mean really?

I don't know if you started supporting Burnley in 2009 but we have ALWAYS sold to survive, and done it really well. Without external (Senile Jack Walker-style) investment we will be forced to carry on in this fashion - that is the life of being a fan of a provincial Championship club that is possibly the smallest club in the league, and yet carries on defying the nay-sayers and doom merchants.
[quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: Another dismal home performance, yet the board would like us to part with our hard earned money this month on a new season ticket even though this season has not ended yet. There will be even less as far as attendances go next season because we all know the board will sell Austin & Trippier at the end of the season and i cannot see any money getting put back into the club for new players. How is it teams like Barnsley who have a lower average attendance than ourselves can get several players on loan, 2 of them premiership players, yet we struggle to bring anyone in on loan. It makes you wonder if the board have the same ambition as the supporters, it wasnt so long ago that Barry Kilby took a punt on a certain Ian Wright, increased gate attendances, promotion all came along that season, why when after January when we were sat just outside the play offs didnt the board think of doing something similar or even splashing out on a couple of quality signings to give us that extra push towards the end of the season. Maybe when they see only 8000 on the Turf next Monday they will realise what will happen next season.Another wasted season that started out with so much promise.[/p][/quote]If you don't want a season ticket, don't get one - it really is that simple! Dyche has been on record as saying he attempted to get players in on loan but they elected to sign for other teams - what is he or the board supposed to do about that? get inferior loan players in just to appease the crowd (Think Eddie Howe and Cameron Stewart). If the board sell Austin (Which they will) and maybe Trippier then we should get at least £10 million for the pair. Do you really think that Dyche won't get any of this money to buy replacements, I mean really? I don't know if you started supporting Burnley in 2009 but we have ALWAYS sold to survive, and done it really well. Without external (Senile Jack Walker-style) investment we will be forced to carry on in this fashion - that is the life of being a fan of a provincial Championship club that is possibly the smallest club in the league, and yet carries on defying the nay-sayers and doom merchants. Gammon Flap
  • Score: 0

1:46pm Wed 6 Mar 13

Elysiumfire says...

@Gammon Flap
Yep, Burnley is a 'provincial' town, very working-class hit hard by the engineered economic downturn fulfilling Euro-politic agenda.

It's a proud little town, with a fair amount of history, and on the edge of some of Lancashire's beautiful countryside to the north. Even so, it is probably fairing slightly better than it's economic rival just down the road. Blackburn really is dying and practically dead on its feet.

Burnley still has a nightlife at the weekend, Blackburn has nothing compared to what it had in the '90s, the town centre is literally a ghost town Friday and Saturday evening. Whalley has more to offer with its central 4 pubs than Blackburn. Sad fact is, the all East Lancashire is nothing more than a fading remnant of its economic past, with the football teams being the only real bright lights for each town.

The economic degradation for both towns has been slow, but more keenly seen and felt now than ever before. There's no chance of real investment, certainly not like the £5 billion pound redevelopment given to Liverpool recently. Neither Burnley or Blackburn could raise £5 million at the moment.

Austerity has hit jobs. I know this, because the company I worked for lost mine for me (thanks for that, really appreciated), and there's no jobs to be had at the moment. This of course, hits attendences at football matches, so clubs have to find altenative ways to remain competitive, and selling players (often your best ones) is the only way to recoup season losses.

They could join Burnley and Blackburn into one big town and call it Depressedville, and it would certainly go along with the mood of both town's populations. Huh? 21st century and poverty is more rife than ever before, and not due to a natural cause, but an unconscionable political one.
@Gammon Flap Yep, Burnley is a 'provincial' town, very working-class hit hard by the engineered economic downturn fulfilling Euro-politic agenda. It's a proud little town, with a fair amount of history, and on the edge of some of Lancashire's beautiful countryside to the north. Even so, it is probably fairing slightly better than it's economic rival just down the road. Blackburn really is dying and practically dead on its feet. Burnley still has a nightlife at the weekend, Blackburn has nothing compared to what it had in the '90s, the town centre is literally a ghost town Friday and Saturday evening. Whalley has more to offer with its central 4 pubs than Blackburn. Sad fact is, the all East Lancashire is nothing more than a fading remnant of its economic past, with the football teams being the only real bright lights for each town. The economic degradation for both towns has been slow, but more keenly seen and felt now than ever before. There's no chance of real investment, certainly not like the £5 billion pound redevelopment given to Liverpool recently. Neither Burnley or Blackburn could raise £5 million at the moment. Austerity has hit jobs. I know this, because the company I worked for lost mine for me (thanks for that, really appreciated), and there's no jobs to be had at the moment. This of course, hits attendences at football matches, so clubs have to find altenative ways to remain competitive, and selling players (often your best ones) is the only way to recoup season losses. They could join Burnley and Blackburn into one big town and call it Depressedville, and it would certainly go along with the mood of both town's populations. Huh? 21st century and poverty is more rife than ever before, and not due to a natural cause, but an unconscionable political one. Elysiumfire
  • Score: 1

4:08pm Wed 6 Mar 13

madari says...

Madari the snake charmer says:
BRING BACK OWEN COYLE!!
Madari the snake charmer says: BRING BACK OWEN COYLE!! madari
  • Score: 0

5:34pm Wed 6 Mar 13

Stone Island: says...

Why is there a boycott on at Turd Moor?
Why is there a boycott on at Turd Moor? Stone Island:
  • Score: 0

5:44pm Wed 6 Mar 13

Fan@clared says...

Elysiumfire wrote:
@Gammon Flap
Yep, Burnley is a 'provincial' town, very working-class hit hard by the engineered economic downturn fulfilling Euro-politic agenda.

It's a proud little town, with a fair amount of history, and on the edge of some of Lancashire's beautiful countryside to the north. Even so, it is probably fairing slightly better than it's economic rival just down the road. Blackburn really is dying and practically dead on its feet.

Burnley still has a nightlife at the weekend, Blackburn has nothing compared to what it had in the '90s, the town centre is literally a ghost town Friday and Saturday evening. Whalley has more to offer with its central 4 pubs than Blackburn. Sad fact is, the all East Lancashire is nothing more than a fading remnant of its economic past, with the football teams being the only real bright lights for each town.

The economic degradation for both towns has been slow, but more keenly seen and felt now than ever before. There's no chance of real investment, certainly not like the £5 billion pound redevelopment given to Liverpool recently. Neither Burnley or Blackburn could raise £5 million at the moment.

Austerity has hit jobs. I know this, because the company I worked for lost mine for me (thanks for that, really appreciated), and there's no jobs to be had at the moment. This of course, hits attendences at football matches, so clubs have to find altenative ways to remain competitive, and selling players (often your best ones) is the only way to recoup season losses.

They could join Burnley and Blackburn into one big town and call it Depressedville, and it would certainly go along with the mood of both town's populations. Huh? 21st century and poverty is more rife than ever before, and not due to a natural cause, but an unconscionable political one.
One point you miss here is that there are many 'local' football fans that do not go to Burnley or Blackburn because theyall support Man U or another premiersip team. Another factor is the inability to attract the young Asian kids to matches - though most of these who do like football are Man U fans.
[quote][p][bold]Elysiumfire[/bold] wrote: @Gammon Flap Yep, Burnley is a 'provincial' town, very working-class hit hard by the engineered economic downturn fulfilling Euro-politic agenda. It's a proud little town, with a fair amount of history, and on the edge of some of Lancashire's beautiful countryside to the north. Even so, it is probably fairing slightly better than it's economic rival just down the road. Blackburn really is dying and practically dead on its feet. Burnley still has a nightlife at the weekend, Blackburn has nothing compared to what it had in the '90s, the town centre is literally a ghost town Friday and Saturday evening. Whalley has more to offer with its central 4 pubs than Blackburn. Sad fact is, the all East Lancashire is nothing more than a fading remnant of its economic past, with the football teams being the only real bright lights for each town. The economic degradation for both towns has been slow, but more keenly seen and felt now than ever before. There's no chance of real investment, certainly not like the £5 billion pound redevelopment given to Liverpool recently. Neither Burnley or Blackburn could raise £5 million at the moment. Austerity has hit jobs. I know this, because the company I worked for lost mine for me (thanks for that, really appreciated), and there's no jobs to be had at the moment. This of course, hits attendences at football matches, so clubs have to find altenative ways to remain competitive, and selling players (often your best ones) is the only way to recoup season losses. They could join Burnley and Blackburn into one big town and call it Depressedville, and it would certainly go along with the mood of both town's populations. Huh? 21st century and poverty is more rife than ever before, and not due to a natural cause, but an unconscionable political one.[/p][/quote]One point you miss here is that there are many 'local' football fans that do not go to Burnley or Blackburn because theyall support Man U or another premiersip team. Another factor is the inability to attract the young Asian kids to matches - though most of these who do like football are Man U fans. Fan@clared
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