Not much action is expected at Turf Moor today, but keep checking NNN where Jamie Smith and Adam Haworth will bring you all the action.
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Burnley continued their cup run yesterday, with a 3-1 win over Burton Albion in what was to be an average affair – but enough to see the Clarets through to the last 16, where they face West Ham United away. Continue reading “Report: Chris Eagles was the difference”
Swindon supporter Adam Johnson guest writes for NoNayNever.net introducing Clarets fans to new signing Charlie Austin. Continue reading “Second to none: Swindon fan on Austin”
New signing Charlie Austin was yesterday introduced to the crowd at Turf Moor – and I was always confident that Eddie Howe would land his man despite interest from other clubs. Continue reading “Austin gamble is worth the risk”
Eddie Howe takes charge of Burnley FC at Turf Moor for the first time with lower-league opposition the visitors with a place in the fifth round of the FA Cup at stake. Continue reading “Preview: Burnley v Burton Albion”
Burnley could be on the brink of two major transfer deals, as Jamie Smith reports.
Continue reading “Austin in, Iwelumo out”
Luigi Cennamo- remember him? Any Burnley fans who travelled to Cheltenham for an FA Cup tie in 2002 certainly will. It was January 27th and the fourth round draw had taken us to Whaddon Road. Continue reading “Previous encounters: Lower-league opposition in the FA Cup”
Eddie Howe has got off to a flying start – better than anybody could have possibly hoped for. Continue reading “Too soon to call it a turning point”
Howe’s that!!!!!! Well, it’s two away games undefeated for the Clarets under the stewardship of Eddie Howe following last night’s well deserved victory at Fratton Park. Continue reading “Match report: Welcome back Burnley”
Eddie Howe has led his Burnley team to an away win after Dean Marney’s overhead kick sealed a 2-1 win at Fratton Park. Continue reading “Report: Portsmouth 1-2 Burnley”