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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Consistency still eludes Clarets

7:51am Monday 15th April 2013

THE seaside should always be a place to have fun.

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.

Clarets Blog: There’s much more to come from the Clarets

7:44am Monday 24th September 2012

Clarets boss Eddie Howe could be forgiven for wanting to play at Pride Park every week after brace from on-fire Charlie Austin was enough to lift us up to 15th in the Championship table.

Clarets Blog: Turf jeers bordered on the ridiculous

8:33am Monday 3rd September 2012

I do not think I have ever been more thankful for an international break.

Clarets Blog: Too soon to press the panic button

7:22am Monday 27th August 2012

The joy and the euphoria of beating Owen Coyle’s Bolton a week ago has well and truly disappeared after a woeful showing at Huddersfield on Saturday.

Clarets column: I don’t think the lack of Turf atmosphere helps

8:38am Monday 30th April 2012

The season ended, somewhat predictably – with honours even after a drab end-of-term affair at Turf Moor.

Clarets Column: Derby drubbing hurt after being so good on our travels

8:14am Monday 23rd April 2012

After such a good season on the road, Saturday’s mauling at the hands of promotion-chasing Blackpool was a major shock.

Clarets Blog: There is no shame in falling short after a good season

8:16am Monday 16th April 2012

We have been saying it for the last few weeks but any slim chances of making the play offs really did fizzle out on Saturday.

Clarets Blog: Charlie and Dan step up to the plate to fill Jay Rod void

8:28am Monday 2nd April 2012

After a bit of a torrid run of late, it was fantastic to get such a resounding won at Portsmouth on Saturday.

Clarets Blog: Burnley make hard work of it but things are looking up

8:20am Monday 19th December 2011

Sometimes it doesn’t matter how you get a win, as long as you get it.

Clarets Blog: Defeat was another harsh lesson for Howe

11:30am Monday 12th December 2011

Another game, another lesson to be learned for the Clarets.

Clarets Blog: A point is well made

8:05am Monday 26th September 2011

It is amazing the difference a draw against the league leaders can do.

Clarets Blog: The players have to shoulder the blame

4:40pm Monday 4th April 2011

Many will have trudged away from Turf Moor on Saturday evening thinking the dream of Premier League football next season had slipped away once and for all.

Burnley FC blog: Millwall blow isn't the end of a dream

Lancashire Telegraph: Burnley FC blog: Coates’ passing is doubly upsetting

4:40pm Monday 14th March 2011

Andrew Greaves column: Well, that wasn’t meant to happen was it? Some would say it was very typical of Burnley, get the fans believing we had turned a corner and then go and “throw one in”.

Clarets Blog: Play-off hopes well on course

4:10pm Monday 7th March 2011

THE Clarets’ promotion wagon continued to rumble on after a well-deserved win against a poor Crystal Palace side.

Clarets Blog: That's the sweetest of feelings

3:40pm Monday 28th February 2011

There is no better feeling than an away win at one of your bitterest rivals.

Clarets Blog: Let's get back on promotion trail

4:00pm Monday 14th February 2011

SAY it quietly but I think the push for promotion may be back on.

Burnley FC blog: Future is looking bright as new boss is up and running

Lancashire Telegraph: Burnley FC blog: Coates’ passing is doubly upsetting

4:10pm Monday 24th January 2011

Frustrating is probably the best way to describe our draw at Scunthorpe on Saturday.

Burnley FC blog: Top marks to Kilby for getting the right man

Lancashire Telegraph: Burnley FC blog: Coates’ passing is doubly upsetting

4:40pm Monday 17th January 2011

Andrew Greaves column: We, as football fans, are an easily distracted bunch.

Clarets Blog: Thanks for the limited memories Brian

8:54am Wednesday 29th December 2010

The boos are becoming as much a fixture of the half time entertainment as the R’n’B hits and the line of kids firing footballs at a giant pie.

Clarets Blog: We must stand by Laws

3:00pm Monday 22nd November 2010

One away win in 31 games stretching back to last season is a pretty shocking record.

Burnley FC Blog: There was more to our defeat than the referee

4:00pm Monday 25th October 2010

Had I not taken 24 hours to reflect on what as a thoroughly appalling day at the office, this column would have read a lot differently.

Burnley FC blog: Draw felt like a loss

Lancashire Telegraph: Burnley FC blog: Festive month will shape our season

3:10pm Monday 18th October 2010

Andrew Greaves column: Goalscorer Dean Marney described it as criminal while boss Brian Laws was clearly frustrated with our inability to see out a game in which we were comfortable at 2-0 up.

Clarets blog: Laws is now playing total football

10:50am Wednesday 29th September 2010

I mentioned the need to resume normal service in my column on Monday and that is exactly what happened last night as the classy Clarets tamed the already rather toothless Tigers.

Burnley FC blog: Football is a cruel game

Lancashire Telegraph: Burnley FC blog: Festive month will shape our season

3:50pm Monday 22nd March 2010

Andrew Greaves column: Football is a cruel, cruel game and the Clarets bore the full brunt of that cruelty on Saturday.

Lack of fight is a worry for Clarets

8:47am Monday 1st March 2010

EVEN as I sit down to write this column, the horror show of Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to Portsmouth is still fresh in the memory.

Clarets Blog: Scrap is finely poised

11:40am Monday 15th February 2010

Finely poised is probably the best way to describe the Premier League scrap for survival this season.

Burnley FC blog: Fans show the meaning of football

Lancashire Telegraph: Burnley FC blog: Festive month will shape our season

8:42am Monday 1st February 2010

Andrew Greaves column: If ever there was a metaphor for how greed and arrogance succeeds in the modern world, Burnley’s defeat to Premier League leaders Chelsea was it.

Burnley FC blog: Don't blame Laws for Cup exit

Lancashire Telegraph: Burnley FC blog: Festive month will shape our season

9:20am Monday 25th January 2010

Andrew Greaves column: A former Burnley manager once accused me of not being able to balance realism with expectation.

Burnley FC blog: Every Clarets fan will back Kilby

Lancashire Telegraph: Burnley FC blog: Festive month will shape our season

9:10am Friday 15th January 2010

Andrew Greaves column: Well, after the week that was, I have to say that I am delighted the whole sorry ‘Coylegate’ sage has now been put to bed.

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