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Lancashire Telegraph - Fri Mar 2 3:20 PM
ASHLEY Barnes could become Burnley's next international with Austria coach Franco Foda admitting he's watching the Clarets striker.
Soccernet - Fri Mar 2 1:56 PM
Burnley's Ashley Barnes has an Austrian grandmother. Austria coach Franco Foda has said he is looking at Burnley striker Ashley Barnes, who has an Austrian grandmother and made an under-20s appearance for the country in 2008. Foda told Austrian news agency APA that assistant coaches Thomas Kristl...
Sky Sports - Fri Mar 2 1:13 PM
SkySports Our friends at Football Whispers have scoured the continental media to bring you Friday's headline news from across Europe. Austria. Burnley striker Ashley Barnes is in line for a shock recall to the Austria setup, 11 years after winning a cap for and more »
Lancashire Telegraph - Thu Mar 1 2:59 AM
EVERTON goalkeeper Jordan Pickford is setting his sights on Burnley’s seventh place in the Premier League table.
Mirror - Wed Feb 28 1:09 PM
The England centre-half had a difficult start to life on Merseyside after his summer switch from Turf Moor
Soccernet - Tue Feb 27 4:12 PM
Nick Pope has been in outstanding form for Burnley. Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope is being considered for a senior England call-up ahead of next month's friendlies against Netherlands and Italy, sources have told ESPN FC. Pope, 25, only made his Premier League debut in September when a shoulder in...
Lancashire Telegraph - Tue Feb 27 2:49 PM
EVERTON goalkeeper Jordan Pickford is setting his sights on Burnley’s seventh place in the Premier League table.
I think the added maturity is a key thing. Experience at this level is really important, Dyche said.
The first marker for probably 14 (clubs), apart from that top group and Everton historically, is 40 points, Dyche said.
Everyone knows it could have been anything, looking at the draw with the amount of different teams from different countries involved, Dyche said.
We can only go on evidence, most players we've signed settle in really quickly, as people and professionals, said Dyche.