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Sky Sports - Sun Oct 14 8:52 PM
SkySports Tom Heaton admits he is open to leaving Burnley in January as he seeks a return to regular first-team football. The 32-year-old has struggled for minutes this season after recovering from a long-term shoulder injury that kept him out for almost a year and more »
Daily Mail - Sun Oct 14 1:56 PM
Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton has admitted that he is keeping his options open in the January transfer window as he continues to struggle for minutes at Turf Moor.
Mirror - Sun Oct 14 8:21 AM
EXCLUSIVE: Heaton fell down the Clarets pecking order behind Nick Pope and Joe Hart after his injury
Sky Sports - Sat Oct 13 4:51 PM
SkySports Burnley midfielder Jeff Hendrick says he "enjoys" working with Republic of Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane. Keane was previously embroiled in a row with Harry Arter - leading, in part, to the Cardiff midfielder being left out of the squad - with a and more »
Lancashire Telegraph - Fri Oct 12 6:39 PM
FOUR Burnley fixtures have been moved in December and January as the Premier League revealed the latest round of television games - but only Clarets game will be shown live.
Lancashire Telegraph - Fri Oct 12 4:28 PM
BURNLEY Under 23’s fought back from two goals down to draw 2-2 against a strong Leeds United side at Elland Road, writes Josh Bunting.
Daily Mail - Fri Oct 12 12:16 PM
Wolves went undefeated for the entirety of last month, taking 10 points from a possible 12 with wins over West Ham, Burnley and Southampton, as well as a draw at Manchester United.
Lancashire Telegraph - Fri Oct 12 11:40 AM
CLARETS youth team striker Michael Fowler is joining Radcliffe FC on loan after a successful spell with Padiham.
Lancashire Telegraph - Fri Oct 12 5:22 AM
SEAN Dyche is hopeful Burnley will regain some of their missing fluidity when Steven Defour and Robbie Brady return to action.
Lancashire Telegraph - Thu Oct 11 5:49 AM
SEAN Dyche believes Johann Berg Gudmundsson is continue to show himself to be a proven Premier League performer as the Iceland winger continues to create for the Clarets.
Daily Telegraph - Thu Oct 11 12:30 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Burnley could be the first visitors to Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium with the club still hoping to move in before Christmas. Manager Mauricio Pochettino revealed that chairman Daniel Levy had told him that Spurs are on schedule to finish work on the and more »
Sky Sports - Wed Oct 10 9:25 PM
SkySports Burnley defender Kevin Long has signed a new contract until the summer of 2021. The 28-year-old centre-back has been with the Clarets since joining from Cork City in January 2010. "Talks started at the end of last season and moved on from there, " said and more »
Goal.com - Wed Oct 10 7:23 PM
The Republic of Ireland centre-back - who joined in 2010 - has signed a new three-year contract with the Premier League side
Lancashire Telegraph - Wed Oct 10 6:52 PM
BURNLEY could open Tottenham's new stadium on December 15, according to a report in the Daily Telegraph.
Irish Independent - Wed Oct 10 4:10 PM
Burnley defender Kevin Long has signed a new contract with the club running to the summer of 2021.
Daily Mail - Wed Oct 10 2:52 PM
Burnley have announced defender Kevin Long has signed a new contract with the club running to the summer of 2021. He has been with the Clarets since joining from Cork City in 2010.
BBC - Wed Oct 10 2:50 PM
Republic of Ireland and Burnley defender Kevin Long signs a new deal with the club.
Lancashire Telegraph - Wed Oct 10 2:43 PM
KEVIN Long insists there is more progress to come at Burnley after the club's longest serving player extended his stay further.
Lancashire Telegraph - Wed Oct 10 5:49 AM
WELL that was a bit frustrating wasn’t it?
Lancashire Telegraph - Wed Oct 10 5:49 AM
BURNLEY'S success in recent seasons is leading international managers to keep a close eye on their Turf Moor stars.
We're waiting on Johann, said Dyche. He's getting better but it'll be a judgement tomorrow.
I don't think we performed as well as in the last two games, but you have to find a way to win, said Dyche.
There are a lot of rumours out there, and not much fact, Dyche said on talkSPORT.
Daily Express - 11:37 AM
It's not like we put him in for the sake of it, it's because we think he can deliver performances, which he has done, said Dyche. I think we've timed our run well with that.
Guardian - 12:01 AM