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Farke hits out at ‘stupid’ Norwich performance after double red cards

Date published: Saturday 18th July 2020 9:01 Daniel Farke said that Norwich “walked into the trap” set by Burnley as they lost their last home Premier League game after having two men sent off. Both Emiliano Buendia and Josip Drmic were sent off for Norwich, who are already relegated and guaranteed to finish bottom, in the first half. That made competing with Burnley an uphill struggle – and things went from bad to worse when Chris Wood’s opener was followed up by an own goal from Ben Godfrey. It was a miserable day at the office for Norwich, who would have been hoping to go out on a high note in their last game at Carrow Road in the top flight. And Farke accepted that there were no excuses for the manner of their performance...
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Two factors convince Man Utd to weigh up swoop for ex-Burnley midfielder

Date published: Wednesday 15th July 2020 3:20 Former Burnley midfielder Jeff Hendrick is on Manchester United’s list of options in their hunt for a new signing, according to a report. Hendrick left the Clarets on June 30 after refusing to extend his contract at Turf Moor. As such, he is a free agent and Football Insider claims there will be a “Europe-wide” race for his signature. United are among those keen, with the Red Devils reportedly monitoring Hendrick’s situation ahead of a potential swoop. Nevertheless, they hold a concrete interest and admire Hendrick’s ability to play in several positions. The Republic of Ireland international played across the midfield, including on the right, for Burnley this season. In doing so, ...
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Robertson insists Liverpool still giving 100%; tips duo for big careers

Date published: Saturday 11th July 2020 7:09 Andy Robertson insisted that Liverpool are still giving their all despite being held to a draw by Burnley, while praising two academy products. Robertson looked to have put Liverpool on course for another victory when he headed home the opener, but Burnley claimed a draw thanks to a Jay Rodriguez equaliser. It means Liverpool have missed out on becoming the first top flight team in over a century to win all their home league games in a season. In fact, it’s the second time Liverpool have failed to win in their four games since being crowned champions, after they lost 4-0 away at Manchester City. But Robertson insists that his teammates are still working hard and should have beaten ...
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Dyche reveals HT message that inspired Burnley comeback at Liverpool

Date published: Saturday 11th July 2020 6:17 Sean Dyche hailed Burnley’s mentality after they became the first team to take points from Liverpool at Anfield in the Premier League this season. Burnley looked on course to be the next team in a long line of victims at Anfield when Liverpool took a one-goal lead into the break after a dominant first-half performance. However, a well-taken Jay Rodriguez strike, as well as a string of fine saves from Nick Pope, ensured Burnley took a share of the spoils back to Turf Moor. The Clarets even had a chance to win it late on when Johann Gudmundsson hit the bar. However, Dyche accepted that the draw was what Burnley deserved. “We hit the bar late on but I think three points would have bee...
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Liverpool fail to win at Anfield for first time in Prem this season as Burnley draw | teamtalk.com

Date published: Saturday 11th July 2020 4:56 Liverpool were held by Burnley to end their dreams of becoming the first top flight team to win all their home games in a season in over 100 years. Already champions, Liverpool are now chasing multiple records – but while they extended their mammoth unbeaten home run, they failed to win in the league at Anfield for the first time this season. Liverpool took the lead through a surprise scorer in Andy Robertson. The left-back headed the ball across goal and into the net to give the champions the early advantage. However, despite the hosts dominating possession, Burnley found a way back in the second half. Jay Rodriguez reacted to a knock-down in the box before firing past Alisson to ...
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Burnley v Sheffield United: When is it, where can you watch it, team news and what are the odds? | teamtalk.com

Date published: Friday 3rd July 2020 3:00 When is Burnley v Sheffield United? Barring any health emergencies, the game is scheduled to take place on Sunday July 5. What time does Burnley v Sheffield United kick-off? The game is scheduled for a 12pm kick-off and is the first of four Premier League matches that day. What is at stake? Sheffield United’s poor form since the restart and Burnley’s two wins on the bounce has seen this game become quite important in the race for a Europa League spot. Burnley have climbed above the Blades in the table, although they have played a game more. Where can I watch Burnley v Sheffield United? The match will be broadcast by Sky Sports. Is Burnley v Sheffield United free-to-air? It is,...
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West Brom leading charge to sign former England goalkeeper | teamtalk.com

Date revealed: Monday 29th June 2020 11:01 West Brom are reported to be the newest facet all in favour of signing Burnley goalkeeper Joe Hart. The keeper will depart the Lancashire membership on June 30, after the Premier League outfit determined towards providing the 33-year-old a brand new contract.Hart’s profession spotlight is profitable the Premier League with Manchester Metropolis in 2012 and he has a really respectable 75 caps for England. Nonetheless, since becoming a member of Burnley at first of the 2018/19 season, he has struggled to nail down the No 1 spot in Sean Dyche’s facet, with Nick Pope forward of him within the pecking order. Regardless of the dearth of first-team soccer during the last two years...