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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.
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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.
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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.
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.
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