FULL-TIME: Burnley 4 Ipswich Town 0

Lancashire Telegraph: CANTER Burnley's Chris McCann (right) scoring his side's third goal CANTER Burnley's Chris McCann (right) scoring his side's third goal

BUOYANT Burnley made sure boss Eddie Howe had a 34th birthday to remember as they thumped poor Ipswich Town at Turf Moor tonight.

The Clarets coasted home against Paul Jewell's Tractor Boys as they won back-to-back Championship games in style with this result coming hot on the heels of Saturday's amazing comeback against Hull City.

The Clarets were rampant during the opening period and on-loan Sam Vokes opened the scoring on 33 minutes.

The Welshman had promised to perform in memory of Wales boss Gary Speed, who died at the weekend, and his goal put Burnley on top.

And Chris McCann doubled the advantage on the stroke of the break.

It got better for Burnley on 66 minutes when skipper McCann made it 3-0 and then Jay Rodriguez grabbed the fourth 13 minutes from time to round off a fine night for the Clarets.

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9:41pm Tue 29 Nov 11

Burnley59/60 says...

Absolute Magic Grand
Absolute Magic Grand Burnley59/60

9:44pm Tue 29 Nov 11

Burnley59/60 says...

As I said The Clarets will be there or there abouts at the end of the season
As I said The Clarets will be there or there abouts at the end of the season Burnley59/60

9:49pm Tue 29 Nov 11

FCBurnley says...

4-0............could have been 14-0 !

Happy birthday Eddie

Another great result for agent Kean.

What a nice night.
4-0............could have been 14-0 ! Happy birthday Eddie Another great result for agent Kean. What a nice night. FCBurnley

10:29pm Tue 29 Nov 11

masher50 says...

FCBurnley wrote:
4-0............could have been 14-0 !

Happy birthday Eddie

Another great result for agent Kean.

What a nice night.
But for a great performance from the Ipswich goalkeeper, and some slips from Burnley in the 2nd half, 8 or 9 easily.
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: 4-0............could have been 14-0 ! Happy birthday Eddie Another great result for agent Kean. What a nice night.[/p][/quote]But for a great performance from the Ipswich goalkeeper, and some slips from Burnley in the 2nd half, 8 or 9 easily. masher50

11:00pm Tue 29 Nov 11

nontetleydrinker says...

Great evenings entertainment at the turf tonight, And just to top it off agent kean has not let us down again. Well done keano Report to base in india tomorrow for further instructions. Or better still just meet up with the Accrington clarets for a few beers and a good laugh at our interbred friends from deadwood....
Great evenings entertainment at the turf tonight, And just to top it off agent kean has not let us down again. Well done keano Report to base in india tomorrow for further instructions. Or better still just meet up with the Accrington clarets for a few beers and a good laugh at our interbred friends from deadwood.... nontetleydrinker

11:29pm Tue 29 Nov 11

burnleyglentoran says...

Anybody fancy a cheaky point at west ham after this result!!!!!


GOD SAVE THE KEAN!
Anybody fancy a cheaky point at west ham after this result!!!!! GOD SAVE THE KEAN! burnleyglentoran

4:35am Wed 30 Nov 11

Burnley59/60 says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Anybody fancy a cheaky point at west ham after this result!!!!!


GOD SAVE THE KEAN!
I fancy all three mate and Im sure we can do it the seasons turning around Up The Clarets Long Live Turf Moor
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Anybody fancy a cheaky point at west ham after this result!!!!! GOD SAVE THE KEAN![/p][/quote]I fancy all three mate and Im sure we can do it the seasons turning around Up The Clarets Long Live Turf Moor Burnley59/60

8:40am Wed 30 Nov 11

bobinspain says...

Boffo smash!
Top hole!
Happy birthday EH. (nice pressie).
Boffo smash! Top hole! Happy birthday EH. (nice pressie). bobinspain

9:01am Wed 30 Nov 11

bobinspain says...

By the way, I note there are 229 comments on the Rover's thread, following their defeat at the hands (feet?) of Cardiff City.
Most are calling for Kean's testicles on a platter.
Does this mean that 'the chickens have come home to roost?'
(Just a thought).
By the way, I note there are 229 comments on the Rover's thread, following their defeat at the hands (feet?) of Cardiff City. Most are calling for Kean's testicles on a platter. Does this mean that 'the chickens have come home to roost?' (Just a thought). bobinspain

10:16am Wed 30 Nov 11

gudari says...

bobinspain wrote:
By the way, I note there are 229 comments on the Rover's thread, following their defeat at the hands (feet?) of Cardiff City.
Most are calling for Kean's testicles on a platter.
Does this mean that 'the chickens have come home to roost?'
(Just a thought).
It's pretty depressing every day having to hear how the venkys and Sir Steve are ruining a once proud club. ( proud? When?) I'll say one thing about grintwums and that is they know how to whine!!! Things will begin to fall into place when they realise that nobody cares what happens to them one way or the other.

Congratulations should go to venkys for their foresight in choosing a manager to prepare them for League 1.!
[quote][p][bold]bobinspain[/bold] wrote: By the way, I note there are 229 comments on the Rover's thread, following their defeat at the hands (feet?) of Cardiff City. Most are calling for Kean's testicles on a platter. Does this mean that 'the chickens have come home to roost?' (Just a thought).[/p][/quote]It's pretty depressing every day having to hear how the venkys and Sir Steve are ruining a once proud club. ( proud? When?) I'll say one thing about grintwums and that is they know how to whine!!! Things will begin to fall into place when they realise that nobody cares what happens to them one way or the other. Congratulations should go to venkys for their foresight in choosing a manager to prepare them for League 1.! gudari

10:41am Wed 30 Nov 11

gudari says...

Last night was a vindication of everything that Eddie Howe is doing for us at Burnley. We have an exciting young team that , on its day, is a match for any team in the division. We have problems with consistency but once they are ironed out we will be a force to be reckoned with. Many people are too impatient and call for money to be spent on "journeymen "and "experienced old heads" to "steady the ship" . Let's take a look at the Ipswich team who played last night then. They have a manager with out-dated ideas and he has obviously passed these on to his "experienced" players! There are far too many players and managers of this calibre in the division. It will take time but Eddie Howe is building something special for us here. Some of us, however, are unable or unwilling to see this. We need to be a little more patient.
Last night was a vindication of everything that Eddie Howe is doing for us at Burnley. We have an exciting young team that , on its day, is a match for any team in the division. We have problems with consistency but once they are ironed out we will be a force to be reckoned with. Many people are too impatient and call for money to be spent on "journeymen "and "experienced old heads" to "steady the ship" . Let's take a look at the Ipswich team who played last night then. They have a manager with out-dated ideas and he has obviously passed these on to his "experienced" players! There are far too many players and managers of this calibre in the division. It will take time but Eddie Howe is building something special for us here. Some of us, however, are unable or unwilling to see this. We need to be a little more patient. gudari

4:32pm Wed 30 Nov 11

no ney never says...

Not sure about all three points at West Ham, but we have cetainly shown that by beating those below and around us that we are at least mid table to play off potential and the recent league table should be about the closest to relegation we get this season.
.
I continue to be fully supportive of EH even though there are more ups and downs to come. At least he knows how much work there is to do and what he needs to do to progress, which is more than can be said for our two premier league neighbours.
.
What a great season this has been so far. Bstrds got rid of Allerdyce, just what the fans asked for. Bolton got their man and though us clarets didn't know it at the time, we've realised it as a lucky escape. As for us, I am absolutely delighted.
.
The future looks good too. Our board have experience of operating a football club at this level of budget. What those two are going to do when they come down with their high salaries and debts remains to be seen, but I fear the worse.
Could EH progress us further next season?..He certainly can.
Could Coyle get Bolton back up?...I think he's lost it.
Keane....if you believe one bstrd poster, he could be in prison by next season!
.
4-0
three players on target and nothing conceded...get in!
.
Howe the Lads
Not sure about all three points at West Ham, but we have cetainly shown that by beating those below and around us that we are at least mid table to play off potential and the recent league table should be about the closest to relegation we get this season. . I continue to be fully supportive of EH even though there are more ups and downs to come. At least he knows how much work there is to do and what he needs to do to progress, which is more than can be said for our two premier league neighbours. . What a great season this has been so far. Bstrds got rid of Allerdyce, just what the fans asked for. Bolton got their man and though us clarets didn't know it at the time, we've realised it as a lucky escape. As for us, I am absolutely delighted. . The future looks good too. Our board have experience of operating a football club at this level of budget. What those two are going to do when they come down with their high salaries and debts remains to be seen, but I fear the worse. Could EH progress us further next season?..He certainly can. Could Coyle get Bolton back up?...I think he's lost it. Keane....if you believe one bstrd poster, he could be in prison by next season! . 4-0 three players on target and nothing conceded...get in! . Howe the Lads no ney never

9:08pm Wed 30 Nov 11

gudari says...

no ney never wrote:
Not sure about all three points at West Ham, but we have cetainly shown that by beating those below and around us that we are at least mid table to play off potential and the recent league table should be about the closest to relegation we get this season.
.
I continue to be fully supportive of EH even though there are more ups and downs to come. At least he knows how much work there is to do and what he needs to do to progress, which is more than can be said for our two premier league neighbours.
.
What a great season this has been so far. Bstrds got rid of Allerdyce, just what the fans asked for. Bolton got their man and though us clarets didn't know it at the time, we've realised it as a lucky escape. As for us, I am absolutely delighted.
.
The future looks good too. Our board have experience of operating a football club at this level of budget. What those two are going to do when they come down with their high salaries and debts remains to be seen, but I fear the worse.
Could EH progress us further next season?..He certainly can.
Could Coyle get Bolton back up?...I think he's lost it.
Keane....if you believe one bstrd poster, he could be in prison by next season!
.
4-0
three players on target and nothing conceded...get in!
.
Howe the Lads
Coyle lost it after about 8 games with us in the prem. We have a far better manager now. He deserves everything he gets!
[quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Not sure about all three points at West Ham, but we have cetainly shown that by beating those below and around us that we are at least mid table to play off potential and the recent league table should be about the closest to relegation we get this season. . I continue to be fully supportive of EH even though there are more ups and downs to come. At least he knows how much work there is to do and what he needs to do to progress, which is more than can be said for our two premier league neighbours. . What a great season this has been so far. Bstrds got rid of Allerdyce, just what the fans asked for. Bolton got their man and though us clarets didn't know it at the time, we've realised it as a lucky escape. As for us, I am absolutely delighted. . The future looks good too. Our board have experience of operating a football club at this level of budget. What those two are going to do when they come down with their high salaries and debts remains to be seen, but I fear the worse. Could EH progress us further next season?..He certainly can. Could Coyle get Bolton back up?...I think he's lost it. Keane....if you believe one bstrd poster, he could be in prison by next season! . 4-0 three players on target and nothing conceded...get in! . Howe the Lads[/p][/quote]Coyle lost it after about 8 games with us in the prem. We have a far better manager now. He deserves everything he gets! gudari

6:11am Thu 1 Dec 11

Burnley59/60 says...

no ney never wrote:
Not sure about all three points at West Ham, but we have cetainly shown that by beating those below and around us that we are at least mid table to play off potential and the recent league table should be about the closest to relegation we get this season.
.
I continue to be fully supportive of EH even though there are more ups and downs to come. At least he knows how much work there is to do and what he needs to do to progress, which is more than can be said for our two premier league neighbours.
.
What a great season this has been so far. Bstrds got rid of Allerdyce, just what the fans asked for. Bolton got their man and though us clarets didn't know it at the time, we've realised it as a lucky escape. As for us, I am absolutely delighted.
.
The future looks good too. Our board have experience of operating a football club at this level of budget. What those two are going to do when they come down with their high salaries and debts remains to be seen, but I fear the worse.
Could EH progress us further next season?..He certainly can.
Could Coyle get Bolton back up?...I think he's lost it.
Keane....if you believe one bstrd poster, he could be in prison by next season!
.
4-0
three players on target and nothing conceded...get in!
.
Howe the Lads
Have faith all three points at West Ham Im sure the lads will do it
[quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Not sure about all three points at West Ham, but we have cetainly shown that by beating those below and around us that we are at least mid table to play off potential and the recent league table should be about the closest to relegation we get this season. . I continue to be fully supportive of EH even though there are more ups and downs to come. At least he knows how much work there is to do and what he needs to do to progress, which is more than can be said for our two premier league neighbours. . What a great season this has been so far. Bstrds got rid of Allerdyce, just what the fans asked for. Bolton got their man and though us clarets didn't know it at the time, we've realised it as a lucky escape. As for us, I am absolutely delighted. . The future looks good too. Our board have experience of operating a football club at this level of budget. What those two are going to do when they come down with their high salaries and debts remains to be seen, but I fear the worse. Could EH progress us further next season?..He certainly can. Could Coyle get Bolton back up?...I think he's lost it. Keane....if you believe one bstrd poster, he could be in prison by next season! . 4-0 three players on target and nothing conceded...get in! . Howe the Lads[/p][/quote]Have faith all three points at West Ham Im sure the lads will do it Burnley59/60

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