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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.

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.

Chris Flanagan Blog: Title contenders must take control now

7:30am Wednesday 24th October 2012

AT Championship games up and down the country, an increasingly familiar tale has been told in recent weeks.

Burnley FC column: Beast deserved chance for his final Turf roar

2:10pm Thursday 12th July 2012

LIKE the Beast of Bodmin, sightings of the Beast of Burnley were few and far between last season.

Burnley FC blog: Shackell is just what Clarets need right now

2:50pm Thursday 5th July 2012

THERE are few better ways to assess the merits of a signing than to gauge the opinions of the fans of the club he is leaving.

Clarets Blog: Jay has chance to become a legend

12:30pm Thursday 2nd February 2012

FRESH from scoring both of Burnley’s goals in their win at Nottingham Forest on Tuesday night, Jay Rodriguez collected his thoughts and uttered a simple sentence that said an awful lot.

Sports Blog: It's time to back your club

8:40am Wednesday 6th April 2011

IT is well over a decade since Blackburn Rovers, Burnley and Accrington Stanley all reached this stage of the year with such uncertainty about which division they would be playing in next season.

Burnley FC blog: Iwelumo must wonder about Carroll fee

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

10:19am Wednesday 2nd February 2011

Chris Flanagan column: This time last year, Andy Carroll had scored the sum total of four Championship goals. Right now, Chris Iwelumo has 10.

Burnley FC blog: LMA statement had the strange timing

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

8:48am Wednesday 5th January 2011

Chris Flanagan column: As the last echoes of the boos from the night before still rattled around Turf Moor, the League Managers’ Association prepared their statement.

Sports blog: It's been a year to forget for our trio

8:46am Wednesday 29th December 2010

REMEMBER those times, at the start of 2010, when East Lancashire football was at its highest point for almost half a century.

Clubs should be made to announce embargoes

4:20pm Wednesday 17th November 2010

Chris Flanagan's sports column: In the past two years, Accrington Stanley have had four transfer embargoes, Burnley two. We know this not because either club decided to tell their fans, but because on most occasions there was a puzzling lack of signings and questions started to be asked.

Burnley FC blog: Players like Cork have to make it

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

2:05pm Wednesday 13th October 2010

Chris Flanagan column: The problem with young footballers today, we’re told, is attitude.

Burnley FC blog: Coyle has plenty to lose on Turf trip

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

2:20pm Wednesday 1st September 2010

Chris Flanagan column: Brian Laws’ text to Owen Coyle must have pretty much summed up how the former Burnley boss was feeling after Saturday’s Carling Cup draw. It read simply, ‘Ouch’.

Burnley FC blog: Pato can be the key for the Clarets drive

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

3:40pm Wednesday 4th August 2010

Chris Flanagan column: When Burnley start their season on Saturday, many will look to new boy Chris Iwelumo to find the goals to replace the departed Steven Fletcher.

Burnley FC blog: Eagles remains of great worth to Clarets

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

2:57pm Wednesday 21st July 2010

Chris Flanagan column: The dilemma was obvious, the answers difficult. But the gamble of accepting Rangers’ bid for Chris Eagles may have been just as great as the risk posed by turning it down.

Burnley FC blog: Carlisle proves there is hope

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

2:00pm Wednesday 26th May 2010

Burnley FC blog: The BBC approached a number of footballers to appear in Monday night’s documentary, The Last Taboo. Only one agreed, Burnley’s Clarke Carlisle. It was typical of the man.

Burnley FC blog: Nothing wrong with dreaming of Europe

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

2:10pm Wednesday 5th May 2010

Chris Flanagan column: On July 1, Burnley could be 6,443 miles away in Kazakhstan playing Lokomotiv Astana in the first qualifying round of the Europa League.

Burnley FC blog: Clarets do not need to break up squad

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

12:20pm Wednesday 28th April 2010

Chris Flanagan column: Before each match at Turf Moor this season, the same touching video has been played on the big screen.

Burnley blog: Is Alexander the greatest penalty taker of all time?

6:10am Tuesday 13th April 2010

Chris Flanagan blog: The names of many of the current Burnley squad will live on for decades to come. Wembley saw to that. But one name may live on the longest, the name of arguably the greatest penalty taker football has ever seen.

Burnley FC blog: Leave McDonald out for one game, and one game only

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

6:20am Thursday 8th April 2010

Chris Flanagan column: Burnley might like to follow the example of Martin O'Neill when they address the thorny issue of Kevin McDonald.

Burnley FC blog: Two scapegoats but that misses point

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

10:20am Wednesday 7th April 2010

Chris Flanagan column: Every club has its scapegoat, and right now Burnley have two.

Blame game isn’t always about refs

10:54am Wednesday 31st March 2010

Chris Flanagan column: The most intriguing part of Brian Laws’ assessment of the penalty that decided the derby was not the assertion Martin Olsson had ‘conned’ the referee, but that no blame should be attached to the player.

Dunn would be real loss for Blackburn Rovers at Turf Moor

2:20pm Thursday 25th March 2010

Chris Flanagan's sports blog: Brian Laws had left Ewood last night when Burnley's derby preparations received an unexpected boost. He departed knowing Sunday's main task would be stopping David Dunn, yet Barry Ferguson may have done the job for him.

Burnley FC blog: Laws will never go Megson way

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

3:23pm Wednesday 17th March 2010

Chris Flanagan column: After the boos of Saturday, the debate raged among some Burnley fans. Will Brian Laws become their Gary Megson? But the truth is he never will.

Burnley FC blog: Don't write Clarets off, we've been here before

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

6:10am Thursday 4th March 2010

Chris Flanagan's sports blog: After defeat on home soil, the assessment was damning, the season written off. But it requires the shortest of memories to give up all hope of Burnley’s survival.

Burnley FC blog: Defenders could give Laws edge over Coyle in window

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

5:40am Thursday 4th February 2010

Chris Flanagan blog: The success of Leon Cort and Danny Fox could decide whether Burnley are better off with Brian Laws’ January signings or those that Owen Coyle would have brought to Turf Moor.

Blackburn Rovers and Burnley blog: This season’s stats really don’t add up

Lancashire Telegraph: BUSY KEEPER: Paul Robinson

3:20pm Thursday 3rd December 2009

Chris Flanagan's column: Played 14, won one, drawn one, lost 12. Scored 13, conceded 46. Yes, that’s the combined away record of Blackburn Rovers and Burnley in the Premier League this season.


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