- Fri Nov 10 10:53 PM
Bill Kenwright is keener than Farhad Moshiri on the 46-year-old but getting him out of Turf Moor won't be easy
- Wed Nov 8 7:00 PM
Jeff Hendrick says Burnley’s players are hoping Sean Dyche will remain at Turf Moor amid interest from Everton.
- Wed Nov 8 5:02 PM
Ings joined Liverpool in the summer of 2015 The player has struggled with injuries during his time at Anfield Newcaslte boss Rafa Benitez is eager to add firepower to his squad with loan transfer See More: Liverpool braced for shock £48million bid for star player in January transfer window Liverp...
- Wed Nov 8 8:56 AM
Today’s fluff is damp Everton have stepped up their search for a new manager. Sean Dyche may offer promise, Sam Allardyce guarantees. But only Diego Simeone brings international glamour. Title-winning coaches from La Liga have done reasonably well on Merseyside in the past, so this could work, yo...
- Tue Nov 7 10:30 PM
The 25-year-old has had a rough time with knee injuries since moving to Liverpool from Burnley and has been making progress in Liverpool U23s.
- Tue Nov 7 6:31 PM
Burnley midfielder Jack Cork
has impressed since his £8million move from Swansea and has been rewarded with an England call-up for the upcoming friendlies with Germany and Brazil.
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- Tue Nov 7 4:27 PM
Rafa Benitez is said to be eager to sign Liverpool striker Danny Ings on loan for Newcastle United in January, …
- Tue Nov 7 10:36 AM
SEAN Dyche has revealed he tried to sign James Tarkowski for just £300, 000 in his early days as Burnley boss, but lost out on the centre half to Brentford because the Clarets couldn't afford the deal.
|I think it is a special time in the club's history,
said Dyche. I think it's a time to be enjoyed, but the best way of enjoying it is to win games and that's our main priority.
He'll be around it. I haven't made a decision on the actual side yet, I've got the basis of it,
Dyche said. He played against yesterday but just 60 minutes to keep his eye in.
We've got to have an eye on Sunday in reality but it is only one eye,
We need to see beyond the constant noise of the Europa League, and too many games, and all that sort of stuff,
Dyche said. That does play its part in the players' minds, not so much my mind.