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Suzanne Geldard: Burnley striker does not need new contract to prove he’s stay-Ing

Lancashire Telegraph: Danny Ings

1:40pm Thursday 17th July 2014

THE debate about whether Danny Ings should or shouldn’t sign a new deal is a can of worms partially prised open.

Suzanne Geldard: Summer fitness essential for Burnley stars

Lancashire Telegraph: Tesco workers have thanked Danny Ings for his act of kindness

1:50pm Thursday 3rd July 2014

PREMIER League football moves a step closer tomorrow, with the Burnley squad reporting back to Gawthorpe for pre-season training.

Suzanne Geldard column: Burnley will be pitch perfect for Premier League

Lancashire Telegraph: The Turf Moor pitch

1:30pm Thursday 29th May 2014

LIFE’S a beach for most footballers at this time of the year as they kick back after a long, hard season – albeit a rewarding one for Burnley. But for some of the staff left behind, life’s a pitch.

Andrew Greaves: Home record was always going to go for the Clarets

Lancashire Telegraph: Assistant boss Ian Woan and Sean Dyche reflect on a rare loss

3:00pm Monday 31st March 2014

Well it was always going to happen at some point.

Suzanne Geldard: The spirit of Burnley can carry Clarets to top-flight

Lancashire Telegraph: Sean Dyche salutes Burnley's fans at Wigan

3:00pm Thursday 27th March 2014

BURNLEY'S board have come in for some stick over the years.

FULL TIME: Accrington Stanley 0 Hartlepool United 0

10:32pm Tuesday 11th March 2014

ACCRINGTON Stanley had to settle for a point at home to Hartlepool United.

Stephen Cummings: Clarets deserve bragging rights

Lancashire Telegraph: Dean Marney and Danny Ings celebrate Burnley’s derby win

1:00pm Tuesday 11th March 2014

IT must have been some time towards the end of the 1994/95 season.

Andrew Greaves: It’s fast becoming ours to lose after another fine win

Lancashire Telegraph: Andrew Greaves: It’s fast becoming ours to lose after another fine win

3:00pm Monday 3rd March 2014

WELL we now have a bit of daylight between ourselves and third place after a very professional performance against Derby on Saturday.

Andrew Greaves: A point on the road is a good result for Clarets

3:00pm Monday 17th February 2014

I think it is fair to say that it has been a pretty successful week on the field with seven points picked up.

Andrew Greaves: Burnley’s display warms up fans at a cold Turf Moor

Lancashire Telegraph: Danny Ings’ display warmed up Clarets fans at a cold Turf Moor

3:00pm Monday 10th February 2014

THE weather may have been cold, wet and miserable but there was plenty to keep fans warm from the Clarets’ performance.

Every week a big one for Burnley FC

Lancashire Telegraph: Dean Marney

4:00pm Tuesday 21st January 2014

THE days when Chris Kirkland was being widely touted as the answer to the national team’s goalkeeping problems appear to be firmly consigned to the past.

Suzanne Geldard: Vokes moves out of Austin’s shadow

Lancashire Telegraph: Sam Vokes and Charlie Austin

3:00pm Thursday 9th January 2014

“GENERAL Hindsight never lost a battle,” is a favoured saying of former Burnley chairman Barry Kilby.

Stephen Cummings: Now is the time for Clarets to act

Lancashire Telegraph: Sean Dyche

3:00pm Tuesday 31st December 2013

IN just a few short hours from now the transfer window will be flung open, signalling the commencement of clubs’ annual scramble to recruit reinforcements in the pursuit of promotion, or the avoidance of relegation.

Andrew Greaves: Stay positive is the Clarets New Year message

Lancashire Telegraph: Andrew Greaves: Stay positive is the Clarets New Year message

3:00pm Monday 30th December 2013

WELL we go into 2014 outside the top two but there is still plenty to be positive about.

Stephen Cummings: A huge opportunity for Dyche’s Clarets

Lancashire Telegraph: Scott Arfield scored the winner

3:00pm Tuesday 24th December 2013

LAST Saturday, we were informed by those who know about such things, was the shortest day of the year.

Stephen Cummings column: Turf boys really are tough to crack

Lancashire Telegraph: Sam Vokes gets a header on target

3:00pm Tuesday 17th December 2013

Should Burnley maintain their momentum and find themselves at the business end of the Championship come early May, they may well reflect on the point they gained at Leicester last Saturday lunchtime as being one of the more important ones.

Andrew Greaves: Another test passed for the Clarets

Lancashire Telegraph: Sam Vokes gets a header on target

3:00pm Monday 16th December 2013

Another Saturday has come and gone and another test of our top six credentials has been passed quite comfortably.

Stephen Cummings column: Dyche must earn credit not jeers for Turf job

Lancashire Telegraph: Sean Dyche

11:00am Tuesday 10th December 2013

IT is not a matter of public record as to whether or not Sean Dyche owns a cat. But if he does, said moggy might be best advised to hide away for a few days, lest its owner decides to vent his frustration by swinging a leg in its direction.

Andrew Greaves: Turf Moor crowd must give their full backing to Clarets

Lancashire Telegraph: Turf Moor fans are offered new bars for drink deals

3:00pm Monday 9th December 2013

WELL we’re sitting proudly back at the top of the Championship after a hard-fought but ultimately deserved victory against Barnsley on Saturday.

Suzanne Geldard column: Patience is the key word in silly season

Lancashire Telegraph: Owen Coyle

3:00pm Thursday 5th December 2013

IT’S not often I pay too much attention to what Rio Ferdinand has to say or tweet.

Andrew Greaves: Defeat was always likely for the Clarets

Lancashire Telegraph: Andrew Greaves: Defeat was always likely for the Clarets

3:00pm Monday 2nd December 2013

So I guess it was always going to happen at some point.

Suzanne Geldard column: We need more women onside

Lancashire Telegraph: Burnley put extra Huddersfield tickets on sale

3:00pm Thursday 28th November 2013

I WAS about six years old when I was first taught football’s offside rule.

Stephen Cummings column: Davies moans show Clarets are prepared

Lancashire Telegraph: Tom Heaton makes a late save at Forest

12:00pm Tuesday 26th November 2013

With 20 league goals between them before the end of November, Danny Ings and Sam Vokes could be forgiven for taking issue with the blunt assertion offered by the old adage that strikers win you games but defenders win you titles.

Clarets Blog: Forest show shows just how far we have come

Lancashire Telegraph: Tom Heaton makes a late save at Forest

12:00pm Monday 25th November 2013

A trip to Nottingham Forest was always going to be daunting but we, somehow, came away from the City Ground with our unbeaten run intact.

Andrew Greaves column: Former Burnley star Rodriguez deserves second chance to book World Cup spot

Lancashire Telegraph: Jay Rodriguez - one of three Saints players picked by England.

1:20pm Monday 18th November 2013

HE’S most certainly one of our own and on Friday night I am sure everyone with even a passing interest in the Clarets watched on with pride as Jay Rodriguez made his England debut.

Suzanne Geldard column: Burnley's shining Light Rodriguez was always destined for High life

Lancashire Telegraph: With Tunde Baiyewu of the Lighthouse Family.

3:20pm Thursday 14th November 2013

IT’S fair to say a few eyebrows were raised when I suggested in this column earlier in the year that Jay Rodriguez would not be far away from a call-up to Roy Hodgson’s England squad.

Andrew Greaves column: Two more weeks at top for Burnley

12:20pm Monday 11th November 2013

SO we’re heading into another international break sitting proudly at the top of the pile and with a bit of extra luck it could have been so much better.

No fairytale finish, but plenty of satisfaction for Burnley

11:10am Tuesday 5th November 2013

IT would have been fabulously fitting had Sean Dyche been able to celebrate his 12-month anniversary as manager of Burnley Football Club with progress to the quarter-finals of the League Cup and a handsome win over former club Millwall.

Clarets Blog: Dyche has proved us all wrong

Lancashire Telegraph: Sean Dyche

1:50pm Thursday 31st October 2013

ANYONE needing to know what a difference a year makes in football need look no further than Turf Moor.

Clarets Blog: Clarets were just too good for Barton's boys

Lancashire Telegraph: Danny Ings is fouled by Joey Barton

9:40am Tuesday 29th October 2013

THERE are those who would, not wholly unreasonably, single out Joey Barton as a shining example of all that is wrong with the modern footballer.

Clarets Blog: Dyche deserves praise for Burnley job

8:07am Tuesday 15th October 2013

SEAN Dyche doesn’t immediately strike you as being the kind of bloke who would have spent the last 10 days staring at the Championship table.

Burnley Clarets continue to defy all the odds

Lancashire Telegraph: That’ll do nicely – Burnley celebrate another three points against Reading to stay top of the Championship table

3:58pm Tuesday 8th October 2013

PRE-MATCH, it was hard to shake the nagging feeling that this might just be the week where things started to take a turn for the worse.

Burnley FC blog: Heaton has been brolly good deal

2:10pm Thursday 3rd October 2013

HE arrived twirling an umbrella, like a modern day Mary Poppins.

Clarets Blog: The classy Clarets are now an attractive proposition

7:55am Tuesday 24th September 2013

It’s not every day that you hear Burnley managers being interviewed live on national radio.

Andrew Greaves: A Clarets derby win is not far away

7:44am Monday 16th September 2013

THE wait goes on but the tide is definitely starting to turn in our favour.

Suzanne Geldard column: Clubs can help bridge the player-fan divide

2:10pm Thursday 13th June 2013

THE closed season can often be a frustrating period for football writers, particularly when transfer news is thin on the ground.

Suzanne Geldard column: If Austin moves, so will Clarets’ conveyor belt

12:50pm Thursday 6th June 2013

THIS time last year there was a clamour for Burnley to keep top scorer Jay Rodriguez.

Suzanne Geldard column: Future uncertain for some Burnley players

1:00pm Thursday 30th May 2013

FOR a work project I was asked this week to list the Burnley players who would definitely be at Turf Moor next season.

Suzanne Geldard column: Former Burnley star Rodriguez made for Roy’s Lions

1:10pm Thursday 16th May 2013

ROY Hodgson will today announce his England squad for the end-of-season friendlies against Republic of Ireland and Brazil.

Suzanne Geldard column: Non-league should not be non-starter for Burnley

1:20pm Thursday 9th May 2013

‘AND the exciting summer of transfers starts in earnest ...’ ‘Nowt like picking the creme de la creme is there #baffled’.

Burnley column: Without words, it’s time for action

2:10pm Thursday 18th April 2013

IMAGINE holding an in-depth discussion with a plumber after successfully unblocking a U-bend, or asking a secretary to assess their day in the office.

Consistency still eludes Clarets

7:51am Monday 15th April 2013

THE seaside should always be a place to have fun.

Burnley comment: Austin has competition for award

1:50pm Thursday 11th April 2013

IF the voting for Burnley’s player of the season began and ended in 2012, Charlie Austin would win. No contest.

Steve Cummings blog: Play-offs too big a hurdle

5:37pm Tuesday 26th February 2013

I CLOSED last Tuesday’s column by describing Burnley’s game against Middlesbrough that evening as a “must-win” fixture.

Coleman exit could change Reds' dynamic

10:20am Wednesday 23rd January 2013

JOHN Coleman’s heart must surely have sunk when he heard the news that Keith Hill had been sacked by Barnsley. He would have known what it meant.

Andrew Greaves column: Derby draw is a turning point

4:05pm Monday 3rd December 2012

It is not often that I break press box etiquette and jump up and scream when the Clarets score but when Sam Vokes snatched the equaliser yesterday, it was the last thing on my mind.

Suzanne Geldard column: Competition is fierce for derby places

Lancashire Telegraph: DREAM Ben Mee

4:15pm Tuesday 27th November 2012

COMPETITION for places has been fierce since Sean Dyche took charge at Turf Moor.

Suzanne Geldard column: ‘Player trading’ will not enthuse Burnley fans

1:20pm Thursday 22nd November 2012

ON publication of Burnley Football Club’s annual financial report, it wasn’t just a £3.16million profit that stood out. It was the reasons for it.

Clarets Blog: Clarets count the cost of controversial card

7:30am Tuesday 20th November 2012

YOU could have understood it completely had Sean Dyche spent the past week or so repeatedly jabbing several large and particularly pointy pins into a wax effigy of a referee.

Suzanne Geldard column: Hotshot Austin is on fire for Clarets

2:50pm Thursday 8th November 2012

A MODERN day attacking ‘Marvel’, Charlie Austin is in the form of his life.



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