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Irish Independent - Sat Feb 3 4:07 PM
Pep Guardiola refused to blame a glaring Raheem Sterling miss for Manchester City’s failure to win at Burnley.
Guardian - Sat Feb 3 2:42 PM
Johann Berg Gudmundsson ensured Manchester City rued their profligacy with an 81st-minute half-volley that grabbed Burnley an impressive draw against the champions-elect. Raheem Sterling was the visitor’s prime culprit missing a series of easy chances, the last of which came inches out of an open...
Soccernet - Sat Feb 3 11:39 AM
John Stones and David Silva miss Manchester City's trip to Burnley. Pep Guardiola has only named six substitues as his side look to go 18 points clear at the top with a win at a wet and windy Turf Moor. Gamecast Live
Daily Star - Sat Feb 3 8:36 AM
MANCHESTER CITY playmaker David Silva is doubtful for the Premier League leaders' trip to Burnley.
Daily Mail - Fri Feb 2 5:28 PM
The Clarets confirmed earlier this week that Defour needs surgery to correct the knee cartilage problem that has been troubling him in recent games, and he may now also miss the World Cup.
Irish Independent - Fri Feb 2 4:30 PM
Burnley midfielder Steven Defour is expected to miss the rest of the season through injury, manager Sean Dyche has said.
Lancashire Telegraph - Fri Feb 2 3:49 PM
STEVEN Defour is set to miss the rest of the season and probably the World Cup in the summer as he prepares to go under the knife of Monday.
Sky Sports - Fri Feb 2 11:59 AM
SkySports Burnley midfielder Steven Defour will undergo knee surgery to repair damaged cartilage and faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines, manager Sean Dyche said. Belgium international Defour has started 24 league games this season and played through pain in and more »
Independent - Fri Feb 2 9:48 AM
Belgian could be out for two months after surgery, but midfielder takes to Instagram to suggest his season might be over
Daily Mail - Fri Feb 2 7:01 AM
Burnley midfielder Steven Defour will undergo knee surgery to repair damaged cartilage and faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines, manager Sean Dyche said.
Sky Sports - Thu Feb 1 1:34 AM
SkySports Steven Defour requires surgery on his knee and could be sidelined for "a matter of months", Burnley boss Sean Dyche has confirmed. Defour has struggled with injuries throughout his career and will now undergo an operation to treat an ongoing knee and more »
Daily Mail - Thu Feb 1 12:40 AM
A statement on the club's official website, burnleyfootballclub.com, said: 'Steven Defour has been ruled out for at least two months with a knee injury, manager Sean Dyche has confirmed.
Lancashire Telegraph - Wed Jan 31 8:03 PM
STEVEN Defour is set to miss a couple of months of action as he requires surgery on a knee problem.
Soccernet - Wed Jan 31 8:03 PM
Steven Defour hopes to go to the World Cup with Belgium this summer. Burnley midfielder Steven Defour is facing at least two months on the sidelines after scans revealed he needs surgery on a knee injury. The 29-year-old Belgium international was ruled out of Wednesday night's Premier League trip...
BBC - Wed Jan 31 7:55 PM
Burnley midfielder Steven Defour is out for two months as the Belgium international must undergo a knee operation.
Irish Independent - Wed Jan 31 7:47 PM
Burnley midfielder Steven Defour is facing at least two months on the sidelines after scans revealed he needs surgery on a knee injury.
Lancashire Telegraph - Wed Jan 31 12:24 PM
CLARETS captain Tom Heaton will feature for the Under-23s as part of his comeback from shoulder surgery.
We have kind of gone full circle in a very short time frame. Most people outside of us thought, Burnley proved [what they could achieve] last season, Dyche said.
Sky Sports - 9:07 PM
It's not been a lack of effort, but there have been a couple of performances that are not us, Dyche said.
He's had a minor operation, it was a minor hernia operation, Dyche said. The specialist says things are pretty simplistic. He felt it against Olympiakos. This early in the season, you can't carry it.
I don't think he's got anything to prove, he might feel he has himself, I don't know, I've not really spoken to him about it, Dyche said.