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Charity football tournament and fund raising day will be in honour of tragic teen Oliver

Hundreds of people are expected to go along to a grand charity football match and fund raising day in honour of  a popular teenager who died in January.

Bristol City's Aden Flint blocks a cross from Burnley's James Tarkowski

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Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round - Burnley v Bristol City - Saturday 28th January 2017 - Turf Moor - Burnley
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The next game always the biggest for Tarky

The next game is always the biggest for Clarets defender James Tarkowski, regardless of the opposition or the circumstances surrounding the fixture.

Joey Barton

Barton ban and Dafabet deal - Dyche discusses odd scenario

Sat in front of an advertising board bearing the name of gambling company Dafabet, wearing a training shirt with the same logo, discussing a player banned for breaking FA betting rules.

Joey Barton

FA give written reasons for Barton ban

The FA have given their written reasons for Joey Barton's 18-month suspension.

Burnley's Johann Gudmundsson attempts to control the ball inside the Lincoln box

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Emirates FA Cup Fifth Round - Burnley v Lincoln City - Saturday 18th February 2017 - Turf Moor - Burnley 
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Ice man wants to win away

Icelandic winger Johann Berg Gudmundsson is determined to clinch that first away win for the Clarets having returned to full fitness.

Ben Mee

Mee a doubt for Palace, but Tarky no risk

Sean Dyche has no qualms playing James Tarkowski at Crystal Palace if Ben Mee is ruled out.

Joey Barton

Barton suspension 'harsh' - Dyche

Clarets boss Sean Dyche feels midfielder Joey Barton's 18-month FA suspension for gambling offences is "a bit harsh".

The council is due to dig it up Chatburn Road roundabout.

Second round of works to busy roundabout

Business owners have vented their fury after a second round of work in five months is set to begin at one of Clitheroe’s busiest junctions.

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Burnley's Scott Arfield

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The Premier League - Sunderland v Burnley - Saturday 18th March 2017 - Sunderland Stadium of Light - Sunderland

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Midfielder can’t believe how far the club has come

Scott Arfield has to pinch himself whenever he contemplates the club’s development since he first walked through the doors almost four years ago.

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Blues boss says: I’ll be back!

Blues boss says: I’ll be back!

Simon Haworth has stepped in to allay any fears surrounding his future by confirming that he’s committed to Clitheroe Football Club.

Joey Barton

Barton hit with 18-month suspension

Joey Barton has been suspended from football and all football activity for 18-months with immediate effect after he admitted an FA misconduct charge in relation to betting.
Joey Barton

Barton responds to suspension

Clarets midfielder Joey Barton has responded to news of his 18-month FA suspension.

Johann Gudmundsson in action

Gudmundsson ready to battle for place

Icelandic international Johann Berg Gudmundsson is ready to hit the ground running again after seeing his progression in the Premier League blighted by injury.

Sean Dyche

Dyche admits Clarets don’t do things the easy way

Sean Dyche confessed that nothing has ever come easy to him during his time at Turf Moor.


Wins for Read and Padiham on opening day of season

Read got off to winning ways under new skipper Andrew Rushton in the Ribblesdale Cricket League as they saw off Brinscall at Whalley Road.

Daniel Agyei battles with Manchester United's Ashley Young

Learning process for teen Burnley striker Agyei

Dan Agyei’s cameo appearances for the Clarets in the Premier League are all part of the learning process for the teenage striker says boss Sean Dyche.

James Tarkowski

James Tarkowski relishing opportunity to impress

James Tarkowski is looking forward to getting a few more minutes under his belt between now and the end of the season.


Honesty not always best policy - Sean Dyche

Burnley boss Sean Dyche felt that midfielder Joey Barton was too honest in the build up to Manchester United’s opening goal at Turf Moor.

Scott Arfield and Steven Defour

Time to make a change?

"I'm very happy. It's not easy to win here and it's even harder to be in control and we were in control for 90 minutes."

Burnley 0, Manchester United 2

First half goals from United strike duo Anthony Martial and Wayne Rooney means the Clarets will go in to the final four games of the campaign with a five-point advantage over Swansea City.
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